The Transportation Planner II in the Transportation Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning must be able to apply transportation planning and traffic engineering methods to duties related to the identification of current and future needs for all transportation modes, but with a focus on bicycles and pedestrians. This position will apply transportation planning principles to the preparation of master plans and long range facility planning, working with agencies and stakeholders on creative solutions to addressing transportation issues. The selected candidate will also be required to ensure compliance with transportation planning guidelines and regulations, coordinate review activities with other agencies, prepare technical reports, deliver presentations, attend community meetings, and respond to information requests from residents, developers, planners, engineers, attorneys and public officials. Fieldwork and occasional evening meetings are required.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in planning or a closely related field; considerable experience in professional planning and zoning work or a related field; and a valid non-commercial Class C motor vehicle operator's license
Experience with all aspects of multimodal transportation planning, including the NEPA process.
Experience with bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure planning.
Experience and proficiency at producing and maintain GIS mapping products using ESRI ArcMap/Arc GIS.
Experience in public outreach; hosting public hearings and meetings; presenting planning studies in front of a variety of special interest groups (HOA’s, civic associations, etc.) or the public at large; and taking public comments in meetings, through phone calls, emails or personal visits.