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Principal Regional Planner
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission MTC was largely focused on planning for the expansion of the region's transportation network. In the ensuing years, lawmakers in Sacramento and D.C. have given the agency broad powers involving the planning, financing, coordination and management of transportation. MTC's mission continues to evolve with the times, with a recent emphasis on syncing transportation investments with housing and development. The Principal Regional Planner in this position will work under the direction of the Assistant Director, Housing and Neighborhoods. The person in this position will oversee staff and work associated with the Climate Initiatives Program, regionally-focused South Bay transportation and land use planning and implementation efforts, and projects and programs that support the work of the Housing and Neighborhoods section of the Integrated Regional Planning Program, which serves the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). Completion of a Master's degree from an accredited college or university, in an appropriate discipline, such as public policy, urban and regional planning, transportation planning, and/or related planning fields. With three years of increasingly responsible experience in an appropriate field related to the area of assignment. A Bachelor's degree in an appropriate discipline and four years of relevant experience is an alternative qualification. Closing date for this position is 2/26/2018. For a more in-depth job description and the qualifications to be considered for these positions, go to THIS SITE IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH INTERNET EXPLORER

Posted on: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
This listing expires on: Monday, February 26, 2018

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