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The School of City and Regional Planning (SCaRP) at Georgia Tech invites applications for two tenure-track assistant professorships. The successful candidates will show great promise to make significant contributions to the advancement of housing, community, economic and/or real estate development issues in city and regional planning; will contribute to our teaching program in those fields and core curricular areas. A doctoral degree in planning or a related field is required.
The Senior Planner will support the development of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) through a firm understanding of the federal and state transportation legislative and rulemaking processes. This individual will also be responsible for coding transportation networks and running the travel demand models.
We are looking for someone with fresh and creative ideas to help local governments plan their future. This is the perfect place if you want to collaborate with experienced planners and learn in a creative environment. You will enjoy assisting 40+ local governments in a 10 county region and you will quickly lead many of the projects.
This is technical and professional planning work under the guidance of the Planning and Zoning Manager. Major Job functions include site plan review, interpretation of development regulations, research and analysis for the comprehensive land use plan and working to develop and maintain the county’s Unified Development Code. Applicant will also assist with grant preparation, administration and implementation.
Under the direction of the City Manager and/or Assistant City Manager, performs high level professional work implementing and managing special projects, capital projects and related budgets; preparing and maintaining reports; and other related work as required.