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Mid-level Planner, Alta Planning

Posted by on July 19th, 2007 at 9:18 pm

Job Title – Mid-level Planner
Company/Organization – Alta Planning + Design

Job Description
Alta Planning and Design is a 25-person consulting firm with a mission to provide green infrastructure and program solutions that help people have active daily lives. We specialize in bicycle, pedestrian, trail, park, and greenway planning, design, and implementation, in addition to outreach and education programs. For more information, see our website at www.altaplanning.com.

MID-LEVEL PLANNER: This person will manage staff and projects for Alta’s numerous bike, pedestrian, and trail planning activities nationwide. This person will have been in the transportation planning field for 7+ years, with experience managing nonmotorized and active living projects for government agencies. This person will have strong management (budgets, schedules, contracts, staff management), administration, writing, analytical, and presentation skills. Travel is a must, along with passion for our field and

Salaries: $65,000 to $85,000 annually depending on experience, with competitive benefits and a dynamic, fun, fast-paced work environment.

How to Apply

No calls please. Please send to Mia Birk by e-mail or snail mail: resume, 3 references, and portfolio that indicates relevant experience. This position is open until September 14, 2007.

No calls please.

Mia Birk
Principal, Alta Planning + Design
1638 NE Davis, Portland OR 97232

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