$55.66 – $69.51/hour; $9,647.73 – $12,048.40/month; $115,772.80 – $144,580.80/year
This classification is scheduled to receive a general wage increase of 4.0% in June 2024.
The Department of Agriculture, Parks, and Natural Resources is currently accepting applications for Principal Planner.
The Principal Planner coordinates the planning activities of the Department of Agriculture, Parks, and Natural Resources with an emphasis on the Parks, Trails, and Open Space Division. This position works with both private development projects and capital improvement projects and will oversee all phases of planning and development including environmental review, permitting, subdivision conditioning, design, and construction oversight. The Principal Planner will coordinate the Department input into advanced planning projects including the Placer County General Plan update, as well as coordinate the funding programs and Development Agreement conditions for urban growth in West Placer and resort communities in the Tahoe area.
- Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible experience in land use planning and development.
- Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in urban, regional or environmental planning, or a related field.
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