• Full Time
  • San Bernardino, CA
  • $87,256.00 - $120,140.80 Annually USD / Year

Website San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County Land Use Services is recruiting for a Supervising Planner to oversee and supervise Planners and other support personnel engaged in a wide variety of environmental, urban, and rural land use services, while performing the most difficult planning assignments. Supervising Planners assign, review and evaluate the work of subordinates, work with a variety of County departments, commissions, and advisory groups, and assist management with reports, data and other correspondence. In addition, Supervising Planners act as project leaders, and may also work independently on major planning programs.

Applications will be accepted until sufficient applications are received. Recruitment may close at anytime without notice.

For more detailed information, refer to the Supervising Planner job description.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The County of San Bernardino is geographically the largest in the United States and the twelfth largest in population. We are currently in the midst of historic change as our leaders have adopted a Countywide Vision that sets an exciting and ambitious course for our future. The Planning Division includes Current Planning and Advance Planning and is committed to the fulfillment of the Countywide Vision for our communities. We are a passionate team of planners looking for the right teammate to grow and learn with us as we plan for our County’s Vision. The Planning Division recently adopted a major update to the General Plan, called the Countywide Plan, and Community Action Guides, and an entirely new Renewable Energy and Conservation Element, as well as numerous other strategic initiatives in support of the Countywide Vision. We are committed to continuing education and encourage our planners to pursue AICP status as they become eligible. Our work is hard but offers the opportunity to become immersed in leading edge planning initiatives. If you are up to the challenge, are deeply committed to community development, and have the skills in planning for valleys, mountains and desert, consider joining our team and helping us serve a great cause, a great region, and a great county.

Minimum Requirements:
Candidates must meet both education AND experience requirements for one of the options listed below:

Option 1:
Experience:  Three (3) years of professional level planning experience in urban/regional planning, policy development, comprehensive land use, entitlement, environmental review, analysis or site design planning, and/or regulatory compliance, which includes one (1) year of lead work responsibility.

Education : Master’s degree in Planning, Urban Studies, Environmental Science, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Engineering, Public or Business Administration, or closely related field.

Option 2:
Experience: Four (4) years of professional level planning experience in urban/regional planning, policy development, comprehensive land use, entitlement, environmental review, analysis or site design planning, and/or regulatory compliance, which includes one (1) year of lead work responsibility.

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Urban Studies, Environmental Science, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Engineering, Public or Business Administration, or closely related field.

Option 3:
Experience: Five (5) years minimum professional level planning experience in urban/regional planning, policy development, comprehensive land use, entitlement, environmental review, analysis or site design planning and/or regulatory compliance, which includes one (1) year of lead work responsibility.

Education:  Associate’s degree or equivalent units AND one additional year of planning related experience, which may include experience as a Land Use Technician or assisting with preparation/review of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) applications for 404 permits/401 certifications (Clean Water Act), Lake and Streambed Alteration Act (LSA) permits, land use planning and site planning.

Substitution (Option 3 only): Two additional years of experience as above may substitute for the Associate’s degree.

Desired Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will possess supervisory experience with a large and diverse public agency. Current certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is desirable but not required.

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