Current listing of jobs submitted by GPA members and non-members.
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is the regional planning and intergovernmental coordination agency that focuses on issues critical to the region’s success, including growth and development, transportation, water resources, services for older adults and workforce solutions.
The Southern Georgia Regional Commission is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Regional Transportation Planning Technician (Intern). This position involves interaction with local governments throughout an 18-county region. Position is responsible for assisting Regional Transportation Planners and other staff with assistance to member local governments in transportation planning and other regional planning activities.
Position is responsible for analyzing loans within the City’s housing loan portfolio to ensure compliance with a wide variety of financial terms and requirements. Position collaborates with developers and sponsors of assigned multifamily and commercial housing development portfolio, insures project financing is structurally sound, maximizes the leveraging of public funds and mitigates the risk for the City, evaluates the feasibility of the project including a review of financial structure and project level operations, and address portfolio performance issues.
In the fall of 2015 the City of Atlanta launched an exhaustive analysis of its building permit operations and a study of similar operations in cities across the United States. This resulted in a unique, business-minded plan for making Atlanta’s service the best anywhere. In May, 2016 the City of Atlanta Department of City Planning started the remaking of its building permit operations. In the 12 months that followed we have put cornerstone aspects of this plan in place. The Department of City Planning is now seeking a leader for permitting that can fully execute the plan.
To serve as the principal staff resource for community / economic development and implementation of the county’s community / economic development program. This position oversees Building Inspections & Code Enforcement, Planning & Zoning, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and Solid Waste.
The Northeast Georgia Regional Commission (NEGRC) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Project Specialist within its Planning & Government Services (PGS) Division. The Project Specialist is primarily responsible for assisting in local and regional efforts related to community and economic development and planning.
The purpose of the Landscape Architect Senior position in the Department of Planning and Community Development is to enforce the City’s tree protection ordinance. The Landscape Architect Senior assists citizens with tree preservation on construction sites and with obtaining tree removal permits as necessary.