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The City of Laconia is seeking a responsible individual to serve in the position of GIS Coordinator to oversee the development, management and maintenance of geographic information systems for the City. Applications and resumes will be accepted until Friday, August 21, 2015.
The City of Nashua seeks qualified candidates for the position of Waterways Manager. The Waterways Manager serves as the resident expert on matters regarding waterways and waterbodies within the City of Nashua. Reporting to the Director of Community Development, guidance comes from a core management team comprised of the Directors of Community Development, Economic Development, Emergency Management, and Public Works.
Applications will be accepted until suitable candidate is found.
The Town of Milford is seeking a full-time qualified, motivated, and creative Community Development Planner to be responsible for land-use planning and technical support on behalf of the Office of Community Development. This diversified position manages the review and analysis of the Town's permitting for land use and development applications; assists and provides reports and recommendations to an active planning board and other boards and commissions, committees, developers, land owners, and the general public on Town regulations and land use data; prepares and writes documents relative to short-term and long-range planning regulations, codes, and policies; attends and participates at meetings.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday, August 5, 2015.
The Town of Merrimack, Community Development Department, seeks to hire an experienced professional for the position of Assistant Planner. This is a highly responsible position implementing the planning and zoning processes of the Town. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. Friday, July 31, 2015.
The City of Dover is hiring a Community Development Planner. This senior level planner will oversee the City’s Master Plan implementation and update, including working to ensure that the plan is accessible and incorporated into everyday operations. This work will include integrating the City’s community and economic development efforts as part of the Community Development Block Grant/Economic Loan Programs. Strong planning skills and a solid foundation of planning, development and community building skills are required as are attendance at occasional Planning Board and City Council meetings; field investigations; assistance to the public; and review and oversight of grants as needed. Candidates for the position should possess a Master's Degree or its equivalent in planning or a related field, with at least four years’ experience. Candidates must be trained in project and grant management, basic reading of engineering drawings, and have a working knowledge of NH land use and zoning statutes. This is an FLSA exempt 40/hr per week position, with full benefits. Pay range is $27.85 – $39.44/hr.
Position is open until filled.
The Southwest Region Planning Commission (SWRPC) is looking to fill the position of Senior Planner. SWRPC is based in Keene, NH and serves 34 communities of the Monadnock Region in areas such as land use, environment, economic development, and transportation. This position will be involved in a range of activities including transportation, community development, energy, and public health with a focus on sustainability.
North Country Council is seeking a Transportation Planner to begin immediately in a full-time position.
Five years prior transportation planning experience; preferably including work in transportation corridor studies, comprehensive planning, long-range transportation planning.
A full description of the expectations of the position can be found at North Country Council’s website http://www.nccouncil.org/employment-opportunities/
Send resume and cover letter to Christine Frost at North Country Council, 107 Glessner Road, Bethlehem, NH 03574 or email@example.com
The City of Manchester is seeking candiates for the position of Planner II - Growth Management. The planner performs professional planning duties in support of planning initiatives within the City of Manchester; reviews projects, prepares agendas, staff reports and recommendations to various Boards and Commissions under time sensitive deadlines; explains regulatory procedures to developers, professionals and the general public and responds to inquiries in a timely manner; prepares/makes presentations to citizen groups and Land Use Boards; communicates & coordinates projects with City employees (inter- and intra- departmental) as well as State and Federal officials; conducts on-site inspections to verify compliance with approved plans; other related duties as required. Night meetings arerequired.
OPENING DATE: May 29, 2015 CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
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NH Office of Energy and Planning
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