City of Everett WA, Planner
The City of Everett is accepting applications on an open/competitive basis for the Civil Service examination process for a PLANNER.
This position will provide many opportunities for planners to work on exciting plans and projects. Projects include extension of light rail transit to downtown Everett, light rail station area planning, downtown redevelopment, corridor planning, waterfront industry, urban infill housing, and a major update to our comprehensive plan. Everett is the “metropolitan city” within Snohomish County, and located about 25 miles north of Seattle, in the beautiful and fast-growing Puget Sound region. Everett is a major employment center (Boeing, Naval Station Everett, health care, tech companies, higher education). Come join a great team in a supportive city government to take on challenging yet rewarding professional planning work.
This is senior level professional work in urban planning. Employees in this class exercise originality, independence, and judgment in preparing and developing portions of the comprehensive plan or in project reviews. The work involves conducting studies, assembling and analyzing socio-economic data, and preparing proposals regarding future development and redevelopment in the City. Successful completion of work requires the application of specialized knowledge and skills in urban planning to the problems of the City and its environs. Employees in this class are expected to perform highly responsible assignments with limited supervision and may coordinate the work of other employees in relation to these assignments. The work is performed with considerable independent judgment and action within the scope of department programs and policies. The work includes preparing and making public presentations on planning issues before public bodies, including, but not limited to, the Hearing Examiner, Planning Commission, and City Council. The work is performed under the supervision of the Planning Director or designee, and is reviewed by observation and through evaluations of reports and projects and on the basis of other established performance criteria.
For a full description of this position, please see the class specification on the City’s website.
HOW TO APPLY
Filing Opens: January 27, 2020 Filing Closes: February 21, 2020