South Central Regional Council of Governments
06473, CT United States
Please visit www.scrcog.org for the full position description, qualifications, and application requirements.
The Regional Planner will provide planning, research, administrative, and policy analysis support for the Director of Regional Planning and Municipal Services, the Executive Director and the member municipalities of the South Central Region Council of Governments (SCRCOG). SCRCOG is a Regional Planning Organization which provides planning, resources, and programming to the 15 municipalities in the Greater New Haven area.
The Regional Planner will be involved specifically in sustaining, creating, and executing organizational initiatives in the areas of land use, environmental, housing, hazard mitigation, GIS, identifying grant opportunities, and community development. The planner will also be expected to assist with municipal services-related activities such as information technology/ cybersecurity, procurement, energy, stormwater, solid waste, recycling, food waste diversion and composting initiatives involving SCRCOG municipalities. The planner will be expected to be involved in managing and coordinating multiple projects concurrently and will be directly involved in departmental decision-making alongside their direct supervisor and the other SCRCOG staff.
To be considered, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in urban or regional planning, public administration, public policy, political science or a related field and a minimum of 1-3 years of professional experience ideally in a planning related organization. An applicant who has attained a Masters Degree from an accredited university in urban or regional planning, public administration, political science or a related field is desirable.
Applicant must possess proficiency in Microsoft Office Products and hybrid meeting management software (Zoom, Teams etc.) Experience using ArcGIS (Desktop/ArcPro) and Adobe Creative Suite is preferred.
Salary will be commensurate with applicant’s experience and qualifications. The current budgeted salary of $60,000 represents the FY 2023 maximum offer. The current salary will be reconsidered for an increase during the FY 2024 budgeting process.
To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, three contacts of professional references, and voluntary affirmative action questionnaire to Mr. Carl Amento, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org