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Many of the job postings are old, but I've left them up as they may give you ideas about what's out there and where to look.  New positions may have materialized.  EH 1/8/12

 

Posted 1/8/12

The Nature Conservancy Spring & Summer 2012 Internships

Posted 9/30/11

National Geographic 2012 Summer Internships

Posted 9/13/11

Three New Internships

Posted 5/11/10

Government Affairs Policy Analyst Internship

BASE:  Business Alliance for a Sound Economy

Posted 5/4/10

Leland, NC Intern

TOWN OF LELAND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES:  Taking applications for a student intern to conduct research, assist in preparing various studies and reports, and aid in the administration of ongoing planning projects.  Specific areas of involvement include assisting in the preparation of non-conforming use inventory throughout the Town and prepare a system to track all non-conforming uses.  The position will last for a minimum of 10 weeks with a maximum duration of 24 weeks.  Applicants should be graduate students or undergraduate students within one year of graduation from a four-year college or university, and be enrolled in related field of study.  Students should also have excellent oral and written communication skills, be able to effectively interact with officials, community groups and the general public, have some knowledge of GIS and other basic computer programs, and have a valid operator's license.  Students should apply by submitting a resume no later than May 21, 2010 to the contact information below. This is a non-funded internship.

Contact:    Ashli Barefoot, Code Enforcement Officer

Town of Leland Development Services Department

102 Town Hall Drive

Leland, NC  28451                               Phone:  910.332.4819

Posted 4/6/10

Village of Marvin, NC, Union County:  

A planning internship in the fourth fastest growing municipality in North Carolina. This is a part-time temporary internship with no benefits, 10 to 15 hours per week not to exceed a total of 160 hours through June 30, 2010. The position may continue past that date contingent on funding in the fiscal year 2010-2011 budget starting on July 1, 2010.

 

Posted 2/19/10

Student Cartographer, USACE

 

Posted 2/8/10

TILLAMOOK COUNTY SEEKS LAND USE PLANNER:  Tillamook County is seeking a Land Use Planner 3. The Land Use Planner 3 researches, develops, reports on, analyzes, interprets, and enforces state and local land use regulations and plans. The Land Use Planner 3 is the senior level staff member who has responsibility for the more complex planning and land use issues as well as current planning actions and decisions. The Land Use Planner 3 has primary responsibility in the development of recommendations for final action by the Planning Commission or Board of Commissioners. This position is specifically responsible for Coastal Resource Planning duties including implementing and maintaining the Countyís Coastal Resource Planning Program (including the Coastal Zone Management Act. Applications must be received by March 1. To apply: obtain an application from the Tillamook County Office of Personnel, (503) 842-3418, 201 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, OR 97141; the State Employment Department Office, 3600 East Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141; or at our website: www.co.tillamook.or.us Completed applications must be submitted to the Personnel Office by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date (postmark accepted).

Posted 2/1/10

Chatham Country Soil and Water PAID

Posted 1/26/10

CIA Summer Internships:  PAID

Posted 1/26/10

City of Wilmington Storm Water Services:  PAID Summer Internships

Posted 1/11/10

NC Geological Survey Summer Internships

Posted 5/20/09

US Army Corps of Engineers Cartographer

Posted 1/9/09

Full-time, Paid, AmeriCorps Internship

Job Title: Watershed Research Assistant - GIS

Start Date: June 1, 2009                      End Date: May 31, 2010

Posted 12/9/08

Holly Springs Internship Spring '09

Posted 12/2/08  

RISE:  German Summer '09 Internships

Posted 11/12/08

Homeland Security Internships

Posted 11/10/08

Centralina Council of Governments

Career Services

Posted 9/24/08

If Submit Resume is available above, click it to submit your resume directly to this employer.  If it is not, please read the Application Instructions below for details on how to send your resume to the employer.

 

*Job ID:

14758

*Job Title:

GIS TECHNICIAN.

Organization Name or Last Name, First Name Businesses:  Please use your company name

Personal:  Please use your last name, your first name :

BCD Council of Govts

Referenced Schedule:

 

No of Openings:

 

Work Schedule (hrs, days and etc.):

 

Wage/Salary:

 

Employment Start Date:

 

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*Job Description:

The Berkeley Charleston Dorchester (BCD) Council of Govts. Provide GIS analysis, mapping, and project assistance in planning policy, comprehensive plans, land use planning and regulation, urban design, transportation and other infrastructure planning, water and air quality, economic development and other planning and rel issues.

Qualifications:

Req AA or 2-yr certificate in GIS mgmt and analysis or BA/BS in Geography, planning, or closely rel field; proficiency in ArcGIS 9.2 software

*Application Instructions:

Resume/sal reqs to Personnel, BCD Council of Govts, 1362 McMillan Ave, Ste 100, North Charleston, SC 29405. Fax: 843-529-0305. Email: robinm@bcdcog.com.

On-line Application Address If your company has a website where students can apply, enter the address in this field. :

 

 

 

 

 Contact Information

*First Name:

Personnel

Middle Initial:

 

*Last Name:

Office

*Address Line 1:

1362 McMillan Ave

Address Line 2:

Ste 100

*City:

North Charleston

*State:

SC

*Zip:

29405

Map of Address Above:

Online Map

*Phone:

111

Fax:

843-529-0305

*Email If you do not have an email account; please create a free one at one of the following websites: www.yahoo.com, www.hotmail.com, or www.gmail.com :

robinm@bcdcog.com

Website:

 

 

 

 

 Posting Information

 

*Job Location (City, State):

Charleston, SC

Job Category:

 

Position Type:

Full-time

Minimum GPA:

 

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Classification:

 

Degrees:

Bachelors

Majors:

Geography
Master of Public Administration

*Post Date:

09/23/2008

*Expiration Date:

10/23/2008

 

Posted 8/25/08

National Geographic Interns wanted.  Application deadline 10/10/08

 

Posted 8/18/08

Environmental Planning Internship with the City of Wilmington  Paid

 

Posted 8/12/08

VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITIONS IN LOCAL HEALTH CARE FACILITY

The research and curriculum development department of the South East Area Health Education Center (SEAHEC) invites application from undergraduate students for volunteer research assistant's positions.

This program provides a training site for undergraduates who are pursuing a career in medicine, public health, or applied research.  Each year, the students have the opportunity to present their research results at national and regional conferences. 

 The interested candidates may apply to  

Rema Menon, PhD, Director

Research and Curriculum Development

SEAHEC

2131 South 17th Street

Wilmington, NC 28402

 

Shirley Redd, Secretary

Research and Curriculum Development

SEAHEC

2131 South 17th Street

Wilmington, NC  28402

(910)343-2516 ext. 298

shirley.redd@seahec.net

 

 

Posted 6/25/08

US Army Corps of Engineers Positions

 

Posted 6/3/08

PUBLIC SERVICES
GIS Technician (Engineering Technician)-Stormwater
Job# 208112
Candidate will be responsible for providing GIS (Geographic Information System) support to Public Services and Storm Water Services using ESRI software and extensions (ArcGIS 9.X - Arc/INFO, ArcEdit, ArcPad, Spatial Analyst Extension, GPS Analyst Extension, ArcHydro, Geoprocessing with Python Scripts, etc.) and maintaining data for purposes of stormwater utility billing, infrastructure mapping, and drainage project scheduling and management.  Primary responsibilities will include digitizing, trouble-shooting and database management issues, answering customer requests, providing general GIS support to the Public Services Department, GPS data collection, data entry and analysis and other tasks related to Storm Water Services goals.  Associateís Degree in Engineering, Drafting, or a related field from an accredited college or university and valid driverís license is required must meet NC DMV standards.  One year of experience with  ESRI ArcGIS products, database analysis, public works/municipal type infrastructure and field data collection preferred.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK & DEGREE VERIFICATION IS REQUIRED.  Minimum Starting Rate: $30,753.  Comprehensive benefits package including retirement, paid vacation, sick and holidays, health insurance and 4.5% contribution to a deferred compensation plan.  Currently accepting applications through Friday, June 6, 2008 at 5:00pm.

If interested in applying for any position listed below, submit applications on-line at www.wilmingtonnc.gov
 

Or in person at the City of Wilmington Human Resources, 320 Chestnut Street- 2nd floor, PO Box 1810, Wilmington, NC, 28402 or by fax to 910.341.5841.  Hearing impaired, dial 711 TTY/Voice.
TO BE CONSIDERED: A CITY OF WILMINGTON APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO HR BY 5:00PM ON THE CLOSING DATE.

APPLICANTS SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT IF THEY HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING ANY INFORMATION ON THIS DOCUMENT.

 

APPLICATION INFORMATION

q        Read the job announcement carefully to make sure you understand what the position is looking for and that you have the requirements.
q        Make sure all the requested information is filled in completely and accurately.  Just putting ďsee resumeĒ is not acceptable.
q        Must provide an official copy of your university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made, for individuals applying for positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications
q        Donít leave any gaps in your employment history.
q        List job duties or skills that you have, which are relevant to the position you are applying for.
q        Proofread your application material.
q        Write legibly, if you are handwriting your application.
q        Include your resume and cover letter only as supplemental documents, but not as replacements for the requested information.
q        Sign and date your application.
q        Return your application to Human Resources prior to the posted closing dates/times.


Employment Citizenship Requirement-effective October 1, 2005
United States citizenship or legal alien status (must provide proof of identity and eligibility to work in the United States).  The City of Wilmington does not engage in special visa programs such as H-1B and H-2A.

DEGREE VERIFICATION
Individuals selected for conditional offer of employment on positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications, must provide an official copy of their university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made.  The college or university must be accredited. A list of accredited institutions is available on our website.  


Hearing impaired, dial 711 TTY/Voice.    EOE

 
Posted 5/21/08

PLANNER I/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

The Town of Burgaw is seeking an entry-level planning professional with some
experience in municipal planning and zoning.  Successful candidates will
possess knowledge and skills necessary to administer several community
development programs, including code enforcement.  Candidates must possess
working knowledge of planning and zoning principles, site plan approval, and
the subdivision review process.  Excellent written & oral skills are
required.  The position reports directly to the Planning Administrator and
assists in providing staff support to the Board of Commissioners, Planning
Board, Board of Adjustment, NC Small Town Main Street Program, and other
advisory groups as required.  Successful candidates must possess a four year
degree from an accredited college or university with a major in planning,
geography, public administration, or other related field and some level of
professional experience.  Master's degree in a related field and GIS
experience is preferred.  Salary range is $28,000 to $39,000.  All
applicants must complete a Town of Burgaw employment application which can
be accessed on-line at www.townofburgaw.com <
http://www.townofburgaw.com/>
under "Online Forms" in the rolling menu.   Completed applications should be
mailed to: Sheryl Swinson, Personnel Technician, 109 North Walker Street,
Burgaw, NC  28425.  Open until June 13, 2008.  EOE

 

Posted 2/7/08

5 jobs with US Census for 2010, starting soon

More info on Census 3/25/08

 

Posted 2/08

NEW INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Geotimes, the monthly news magazine of the earth sciences, is now accepting applications for its 2008 summer internship. We are looking for individuals, preferably with a geoscience background, who are interested in science writing and journalism. Based at the American Geological Institute in Alexandria, Va., the internship is 12 weeks long and includes a $3,500 stipend. Please pass the attached flyer and information along to your students. The announcement is also posted on our Web site at http://www.geotimes.org/

We'd appreciate your help in getting the word out about this opportunity. Please contact me with any questions.

Sincerely,

Meg Sever

************************************************

Meg Sever

Managing Editor, Geotimes

American Geological Institute

email: kms@agiweb.org

http://www.geotimes.org

 

 

 

 

May 23, 2007  

Planning Intern-Planning Division (TEMP)

City of Wilmington

Important Dates

Current Cycle: 
Perpetual Cycle

Searchable Range: 
5/22/07 - 6/01/07

Pre-select deadline: 
N/A

Application Range: 
5/22/07 - 6/01/07

Applications

All applications to this job will be received offline.

Job Details

Job Title: 
Planning Intern-Planning Division (TEMP)

Description: 
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Planning Intern-Planning Division (TEMP)
Job# 207116
New:  Candidate will perform research and data collection tasks which may include the following:  research of current regulations in other jurisdictions regarding development, urban planning, and environmental planning; research and analyze quality of life data and indices, research available technology or design alternatives, assist with data collection on and verification of existing land uses, environmental features, and development practices city-wide.  Applicant should demonstrate good research and writing skills and working knowledge of GIS.  Candidate must be currently enrolled as a student at an accredited college/university working toward a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in any one of the following areas: Land Use Planning, Urban Planning, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Public Administration, Historic Preservation or closely related field and have a valid North Carolina Driver's License is required.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED.  TEMPORARY POSITION:  20  hours per week Ė flexible to accommodate school schedule.  Hourly Rate: $10.00/hr.  Currently accepting applications through Friday,
June 1, 2007 at 5:00pm.

Opportunity Type: 
Internship

Contact: 
Tracy Lawson

Status: 
Part-time

Job Locations: 
Wilmington, NC

Compensation Type: 
Paid

Application Qualifications: 

 There are no required qualifications for this position.

 The following qualifications are desired:

Degree: 
Master of Public Administration

Major: 
Environmental Studies, Exercise Science, Film Studies, Finance, French, Geography

 

Require a Cover Letter? 
No

Application Method: 
Offline - via Other (see below)

Additional Instructions: 
Candidate must be currently enrolled as a student at an accredited college/university working toward a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in any one of the following areas: Land Use Planning, Urban Planning, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Public Administration, Historic Preservation or closely related field and have a valid North Carolina Driver's License is required.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED.  TEMPORARY POSITION:  20  hours per week Ė flexible to accommodate school schedule.  Hourly Rate: $10.00/hr.  Currently accepting applications through Friday,
June 1, 2007 at 5:00pm.

 

Posted 1/10/07

Title:

Tax Mapper

Department:

Tax Assessor

Salary:

$25,451 - $40,632

Description:

Under the direction of the GIS Administrator, the successful candidate will perform specialized clerical and drafting duties in the operation and maintenance of records for the Pender County Tax Office and Land Records Office; will receive assignments designed to ensure that property records comply with legal and technical requirements; will receive directions that define objectives, priorities and deadlines. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

High School diploma or GED and one year of base mapping experience; or equivalent combination of education and training supplemented by satisfactory completion of training and the NC Property Mapping School and the Tax Listing and Assessing course. Degree in Geography or related field and experience using ArcGIS Geodatabase with SDE preferred.

Deadline:

Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Apply on-line at www.pender-county.com or print an application from the web site at "Opportunities". An application may also be obtained from and submitted to the personnel technician at 805 S. Walker Street, PO Box 1578, Burgaw, NC 28425 of the ESC. Previous applicants need not apply. Pender County is an Affirmative Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

 

Posted 10/19/06


Intern-Fire & Life Safety-(2 Positions)
Job# 206218 & #206220
New: Candidate will be responsible for collecting data from the City of Wilmingtonís fire hydrant locations using GPS equipment provided by the City.  Candidates should be capable of moderately strenuous physical activity including carrying a backpack GPS unit and handheld data logger. GPS/GIS experience is preferred.  Candidate must be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university working towards an Associateís, Bachelorís or Masterís Degree.  Valid North Carolina driverís license required.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED.  TEMPORARY POSITION - 20 hours per week Ė Anticipated duration: 3 months.  Flexible to accommodate school schedule.  

Hourly Rate: $10.00.

See http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/cityemployment/tabid/56/Default.aspx for more information.

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Jim Sahlie, P.E.
GIS Coordinator
ESRI Authorized ArcGIS Instructor
City of Wilmington
305 Chestnut St.
Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 341-5826
jim.sahlie@wilmingtonnc.gov
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 Posted 3/13/06

PLANNER I 

The City of High Point, NC, (pop 94K), seeks to fill an entry-level position within the Development Services Division of the Department of Planning & Development. 

Duties:  Major responsibilities include providing information to the public regarding development regulations, assisting in the review of plans for compliance with development regulations, and assisting in the evaluation of voluntary annexations, rezonings, ordinance amendments, special use permits, street closings, variances and other development proposals.

 Requirements:  Essential skills include the ability to communicate clearly with the public regarding development regulations and the development review process, including the ability to express technical terms associated with work in understandable terms to the public, and the ability to work both independently and in a team environment.  Qualifications include any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelorís degree in planning or related field with some professional planning experience.

 Salary:  Starting from $36,217 annually with excellent benefits.

 How to Apply:  Interested applicants should obtain, complete and return required City application form on or before closing date of March 31, 2006, from City of High Point, Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 230, High Point, NC  27261, or fax request to 336/883-8581, or telephone request to voice mail system at 336/888-6805.

 

 Posted 3/13/06                                                       Town of Elizabethtown

 The Elizabethtown Planning Department is seeking an individual that would be interested in completing an internship with the Town of Elizabethtown. The intern would work closely with the Planning Director in all areas of city planning.  As a small community, the Planning Department provides administrative assistance to the Airport/Economic Development Commission, Recreation Commission, Planning Board, and town Cemetery. The main focus of the internship would be assisting the Planning Department in updating the Zoning Ordinance and other projects as assigned. The internship with the Elizabethtown Planning Department would provide a unique insight into the day-to-day operations of a municipal government.  This is a paid full-time temporary position, not to exceed three months. Those interested should submit a cover letter, resume and Town application for employment to Elizabethtown Planning Department, P.O. Box 716 Elizabethtown, NC 28337 or e-mail mgollnitz@elizabethtownnc.org.

 

Posted 1/20/06

State Of NC Summer Internships for 2006 Handbook

 

Posted 12/5/05

New Hanover Soil & Water Conservation

 Internship Available!!!

   Possible Projects include:  Environmental Education  Land Conservation   Water Quality Improvement   Public Outreach   Earth Day 

vOffice close to campus vDiversity of projects

vEarn class credit vGet real world experience

         Contact Shelly Miller (email: shelly.miller@nhswcd.org) or

 Dru Harrison (email: dru.harrison@nhswcd.org) at the

New Hanover Soil & Water Conservation District

230 Market Place Dr, Suite 100

Wilmington, NC 28403

798-6032

Posted 11/18/2005

The U.S. Census Bureau has posted vacancy announcements for a Geographer position at the Charlotte Regional Office. There are separate announcements at the GS-7 and GS-9 levels. Applicants may apply through either or both of the vacancy announcements. However, a single position will be filled through these announcements.

To view this announcements, please go to the following web site:

http://www.census.gov/hrd/www/jobs/emp_opp.html

and select the ďHeadquarters and Field Office JobsĒ link near the bottom of the blue box. Scroll down to the Geographer positions for Charlotte.

Or go to http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/ and search for Keyword "Geographer" in Charlotte, NC.

Applications must be made online through the Automated Commerce Employment System (ACES) for the U.S. Department of Commerce (also known as QuickHire) at the following web site:

https://jobs1.quickhire.com/scripts/doc.exe

The Charlotte Region of the Census Bureau covers five states: Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. The Geography Staff in the regional offices are heavily involved in the development and maintenance of the TIGER system, which is the Census Bureauís digital mapping system, and the Master Address File (MAF) in preparation for the 2010 census. Duties of regional office geographers include the following:

∑ Contacting state, regional, tribal, and local officials to obtain information about and acquire digital, online, and paper reference sources for use in TIGER and MAF update operations.

∑ Working with local and other officials to update the MAF through the Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) Program.

∑ Working with state, regional, tribal, and local officials in various programs to review, revise, or establish boundaries of geographic tabulation areas for the 2010 census. Programs include the Redistricting

Data Program (dealing with voting districts), the Statistical Areas Program (dealing with census tracts and other statistical areas),

Boundary and Annexation Survey (dealing with corporate limits, county boundaries, and American Indian reservation boundaries), and federal and state tribal programs.

∑ Delineating or reviewing geographic areas for field operations, including census enumerator assignment areas and local census offices. ∑ Producing paper maps for census operations.

∑ Participating in state or national conferences dealing with GIS and other geographic issues.

∑ Performing interactive update of TIGER and MAF using Census Bureau-developed or commercial software.

∑ Using GIS to review digital data or to prepare specialized maps for various census operations.

∑ Listing, verifying, and updating census maps and address list through field observation.

∑ Providing geographic support to census field offices.

∑ Reviewing, providing feedback, and implementing geographic methodology, operations, and procedures,

∑ Supervising geographic support staff in any or all activities listed above.

Census Bureau geographers will have a major impact on the success of the 2010 census. This is an opportunity to participate in a challenging, significant national activity that will influence future government and private sector policies and actions for many years.

Please distribute this message to anyone you feel might be interested in this position.

You may direct questions about the Geography Program at the Charlotte Regional Office to Cathy Friedenrich, Program Coordinator, at 704-424-6405, or to the Geography Staff at 704-424-6420.

David Wiggins, Geographer

Charlotte Regional Office

U. S. Bureau of the Census

901 Center Park Dr Suite 106

Charlotte NC 28217-2935

704-424-6422

1-800--331-7358 Ex 46422

Fax: 704-344-6169

 

Posted 7/26/05

Outreach & Education Intern with Storm Water Services for the Fall 05 semester and/or Spring 06
semester, in case you know of any interested college students.

The description is below.  Click link for description and instructions for
the application process.  http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/Portals/0/jobs.pdf

Outreach & Education Intern-Storm Water Services, Job# 205158
Candidate will be responsible for supporting various storm water outreach and education efforts. The candidate will work with City staff to conduct storm water education presentations for 8th grade students, deliver storm water presentations to HOAs (homeowner associations) and community groups, implement storm water mass media campaigns, coordinate and implement special events and grant activities, develop storm water education materials, such as brochures and newsletter articles and perform other duties as assigned. Candidate should have good oral and written communication skills, ability to multi-task and work independently.

CRIMINAL AND DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED. OCCASIONAL WEEKEND AND NIGHT HOURS REQUIRED.

Work hours: 10-15 per week, flexible to accommodate school schedule.

Stipend: $1,250 per semester.

Candidate must be currently enrolled in an accredited College/University working towards a degree in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, Public Administration, Communication Studies or related fields and a valid driver's license required. Adobe InDesign, Illustrator or Photoshop computer skills are preferred. Note: This is a Fall 2005 internship, but may lead to a Spring 2006 internship.

Currently accepting applications through Monday, August 8, 2005 at 5:00pm.

*Please note the new web and email addresses.
Jennifer DiLullo Butler, Outreach & Education Coordinator
Storm Water Services
City of Wilmington
P.O. Box 1810
Wilmington, NC  28402
Phone: (910) 341-5895
Fax: (910) 341-7801
Jennifer.Butler@wilmingtonnc.gov

http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/stormwater/tabid/81/Default.aspx

6/27/05

-----Original Message-----

From: Ben Grosser [mailto:ben.grosser@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 3:00 PM

To: Morris, Catherine

Subject: job opportunity

If any of you are looking for a good starting job, there are several positions opening up in the DC area working on FEMA flood plain studies. The work is not glamorous or difficult, but it does require some computer skills and it pays really well. If anyone is interested you can send me an email at Ben.Grosser@gmail.com or you can look on: thingamajob.com, monster.com, or washingtonpost.com for the job. The title is "mapping associate." The job doesn't involve any mapping though. If anyone is interested feel free to contact me. Thanks, Ben Grosser

 

Posted 6/17/05

The following position is available at the Town of Leland. Applicants must submit a completed application, answering every question and include all education and job experience. Please note the application deadline of 5:00 PM, Friday, 7/22/05.

All applications must be directed to the Human Resources Department at the following address below:

Attn: Human Resources

Associate Planner I Stormwater Management

102 Town Hall Drive

Leland, NC 28451

____________________________________________________________________________

Title: Associate Planner I Ė Stormwater Management

Department: Developmental Services

Reports to: Director of Developmental Services

Application deadline: 5:00 pm Friday, 7/22/05

Salary range: $21,210 $30,330 + excellent benefits

FLSA Non- Exempt; Hourly Compensation ____________________________________________________________________________

Descripition:

Incumbent is responsible for staff support on the NPDES Phase II Storm water regulations and management policies that are intended to address storm water run off and storm water quality issues within the town. Work includes public contact functions with contractors, engineers, developers, the general public and various state and local government officials by giving information, answering inquiries, and carrying out the Town ordinances in the areas of Storm water management, and other land use policies. Work includes preparing and modifying maps and drawings, reviewing development proposals for compliance with appropriate regulations and preparing reports, and collecting statistical and demographic information to be evaluated by various department heads as well as appointed and elected officials. Work requires the performance of technical support duties such as geographic information system, routine inspections and doing research work for any planning related project for the Town.

Minimum requirements:

Bachelorís degree in any of the related fields of urban planning, geography, environmental science, or and equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and at least one year of professional experience is preferred but not required.

Benefits:

Generous paid leave; paid holidays; excellent medical, dental, vision, and long term disability insurance and Life Insurance; local government retirement; 401(k) & deferred compensation plans; credit union direct deposit; training opportunities.

Hours:

8AM-5PM weekdays; must be available for evening meetings Incumbents may be subjected to travel

How to apply:

A completed Town of Leland application form must be

received, by 5:00 pm Friday 7/22/05 Attn: Town of Leland Human Resources Associate Planner I Stormwater Management, 102 Town Hall Drive, Leland, Noth Carolina 28451 Office Hours are from 8:00AM-5:00PM, M-F.

You may pick up an application package at the Town of Leland, 102 Town Hall Drive, Leland, NC 28451

 

 

Posted 4/12/05

 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


All new employees will be required to successfully pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen. If interested in applying for any position listed below, submit applications on-line at www.ci.wilmington.nc.us or in person at the City of Wilmington Human Resources, 320 Chestnut Street- 2nd floor, PO Box 1810, Wilmington, NC, 28402.  Or fax to 910.341.5841TO BE CONSIDERED: A CITY OF WILMINGTON APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO HR BY 5:00PM ON THE CLOSING DATE.

 

Individuals selected for conditional offer of employment on positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications must provide an official copy of their university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made.

Job offers are made conditionally based upon successful completion of the pre-employment physical, drug screen, background checks, degree verification, reference checks an d other pre-employment requirements.  Candidates for positions that require a CDL or will require a CDL, will need to complete a DOT physical.

 Associate Planner-Development Review

Job# 205058

Candidate will serve within the Planning Division.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to reviewing site plans, interpreting the City ordinance, managing and processing development projects, researching, preparing and presenting staff reports during public hearings of various boards, commissions, and City Council and serving on the Technical Review Committee.  Candidate must employ a progressive approach to site plan review given the areaís environmental issues and challenges; possess solid writing and oral presentation skills, be able to successfully manage multiple work assignments and duties, thrive in an active, fast-paced Development Services Department, be committed to providing quality governmental services, outstanding customer service and continuous process improvement.  Interaction with the general public, developers and various City departments is a key component of the job. Bachelors Degree in Planning, Geography, Political Science or related degree and 2 years of professional level planning experience (development review) OR Masterís Degree in any of the fields listed above or related fields with 1 year of professional level planning experience required.  Valid NC driverís license required.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED.  Minimum Starting Rate: $42,101.  Market Rate:  $46,408.  Comprehensive benefits package including an additional 4.5% contribution to 401k or 457 plan. Currently accepting applications through Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at 5:00pm (deadline extended)

 Associate Planner-Transportation Planning

Job# 205062

Candidate will be responsible for providing analysis of transportation planning related information in the areas of demographics, traffic operations and forecasts, collector street planning, neighborhood traffic issues, land use, and development review; and presenting the results in the form of maps, technical memoranda, public meeting presentations, and graphic displays.  This position will provide data, analysis, and reporting in support of the programs and projects of both the City of Wilmington and the Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  The candidate will be a significant contributor to the MPO Long Range Transportation Plan currently under development.  Must be able to communicate results of work with technical staff, public officials, and the general public in both written and oral forms.  Bachelorís Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, or related field and 2 years of professional level planning experience (transportation planning principles and applications) required.  Valid NC driverís license required.  Experience with a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) preferred.  Should have familiarity with ArcGIS, Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other typical office applications and the ability to communicate results of work with technical staff, public officials and the general public in both the written and oral forms is essential.  DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED.  Minimum Starting Rate: $42,101.  Market Rate:  $46,408.  Comprehensive benefits package including an additional 4.5% contribution to 401k or 457 plan.  Currently accepting applications through Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at 5:00pm (deadline extended)

APPLICATION INFORMATION

 q       Read the job announcement carefully to make sure you understand what the position is looking for and that you have the requirements.

q       Make sure all the requested information is filled in completely and accurately.  Just putting ďsee resumeĒ is not acceptable.

q       Must provide an official copy of your university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made, for individuals applying for positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications

q       Donít leave any gaps in your employment history.

q       List job duties or skills that you have, which are relevant to the position you are applying for.

q       Proofread your application material.

q       Write legibly, if you are handwriting your application.

q       Include your resume and cover letter only as supplemental documents, but not as replacements for the requested information.

q       Sign and date your application.

q       Return your application to Human Resources prior to the posted closing dates/times.

 DEGREE VERIFICATION

 Individuals selected for conditional offer of employment on positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications, must provide an official copy of their university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made.  Applicants can forward or have the school registrarís office send transcripts directly to Human Resources.  This includes both internal and external applicants.

Applicants who have obtained their education outside of the US and its territories must have their academic degree(s) validated as equivalent to the Baccalaureate or Master's degree conferred by a regionally accredited college or university in the United States.

There are several agencies that perform this specialized service.  Contact the organization(s) directly for current information, procedure and costs.

 World Education Services, Inc.

P. O. Box 745

Old Chelsea Station

New York, NY 10113

1-800-977-8263

www.wes.org

                                                                International Consultants of Delaware, Inc.

109 Barksdale Professional Center

Newark, DE 1971-3258

(302) 737-8715

www.cgfns.org/cgfns/icd

 

Educational Credentials Evaluators, Inc.

P. O. Box 514070

Milwaukee, WI 53202-3470

(414) 289-3400

www.ece.org

Josef Silny & Associates

P. O. Box 248233

Coral Gables, FL 33214

(305) 273-1616

www.jsilny.com

 

 

Posted 4/6/05

-----Original Message-----

From: Dexter Hayes [mailto:dhayes@co.new-hanover.nc.us]

Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 3:56 PM

To: NCPlan mailing list

Subject: [ncplan] job

The following position is available in New Hanover County. Applicants must be sure to submit completed applications, answering every question and including all education and job experience. Please note the application deadline of 4:30PM, Friday, 4/22/05. All inquiries must be directed New Hanover County Department of Human Resources.

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Job#: 05-033

Title: Senior Planner

Department: Planning

Application deadline: 4:30PM, Friday, 4/22/05

Minimum salary: $49,920 + excellent benefits

____________________________________________________________________________________

Description: Supervises planning activities related to zoning and subdivision ordinances and the long-term planning policy, where duties include performing research and analysis for complex projects; conducting studies on subjects related to water quality, community activities, coastal zone management, environmental protection, and land preservation; tabulating, analyzing, and presenting data to County Commission and Planning Boards and the development community; modifying developersí plans in compliance with regulations; and assisting on various committees and boards.

Minimum requirements: Masterís Degree in Planning and two years of professional level planning experience; or a Bachelorís Degree in Planning and three years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience. Knowledge of infrastructure improvements, surveying, and building trades and AICP certification desired. Must have a valid NC Drivers License, good driving record, and own transportation. Pre-employment drug screening and criminal background check.

Hours: 8AM-5PM weekdays; must be available for emergency situations.

How to apply: A completed New Hanover County application form must be received, by the date and time indicated, at New Hanover County Department of Human Resources, 320 Chestnut Street, Suite 405, Wilmington, North Carolina 28401. Office open 7:30AM-5:00PM, M-F. Apply on line at www.nhcgov.com or call the 24-hour JobLine (910.341.7163) or office (910.341.7178) to request an application. FAX: 910.341.4293; Hearing Impaired: 910.815.3595; Internet: www.nhcgov.com

Benefits: Generous paid leave; 11-12 paid holidays; excellent medical, dental and long term disability insurance; elective supplemental insurance including vision; local government retirement; 401(k) & deferred compensation plans; flexible spending accounts; credit union; direct deposit; group banking; training opportunities; and computer loan program.

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Posted 3/23/05

Week of March 20, 2005

All new employees will be required to successfully pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen. If interested in applying for any position listed below, submit applications on-line at www.ci.wilmington.nc.us or in person at the City of Wilmington Human Resources, 320 Chestnut Street- 2nd floor, PO Box 1810, Wilmington, NC, 28402. Or fax to 910.341.5841. TO BE CONSIDERED: A CITY OF WILMINGTON APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO HR BY 5:00PM ON THE CLOSING DATE.

Individuals selected for conditional offer of employment on positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications must provide an official copy of their university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made.

Job offers are made conditionally based upon successful completion of the pre-employment physical, drug screen, background checks, degree verification, reference checks an d other pre-employment requirements. Candidates for positions that require a CDL or will require a CDL, will need to complete a DOT physical.

Associate Planner-Development Review

Job# 205058

Candidate will serve within the Planning Division. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to reviewing site plans, interpreting the City ordinance, managing and processing development projects, researching, preparing and presenting staff reports during public hearings of various boards, commissions, and City Council and serving on the Technical Review Committee. Candidate must employ a progressive approach to site plan review given the areaís environmental issues and challenges; possess solid writing and oral presentation skills, be able to successfully manage multiple work assignments and duties, thrive in an active, fast-paced Development Services Department, be committed to providing quality governmental services, outstanding customer service and continuous process improvement. Interaction with the general public, developers and various City departments is a key component of the job. Bachelors Degree in Planning, Geography, Political Science or related degree and 2 years of professional level planning experience (development review) OR Masterís Degree in any of the fields listed above or related fields with 1 year of professional level planning experience required. Valid NC driverís license required. DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED. Minimum Starting Rate: $42,101. Market Rate: $46,408. Comprehensive benefits package including an additional 4.5% contribution to 401k or 457 plan. Currently accepting applications through Thursday, April 7, 2005 at 5:00pm

Associate Planner-Transportation Planning

Job# 205062

Candidate will be responsible for providing analysis of transportation planning related information in the areas of demographics, traffic operations and forecasts, collector street planning, neighborhood traffic issues, land use, and development review; and presenting the results in the form of maps, technical memoranda, public meeting presentations, and graphic displays. This position will provide data, analysis, and reporting in support of the programs and projects of both the City of Wilmington and the Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The candidate will be a significant contributor to the MPO Long Range Transportation Plan currently under development. Must be able to communicate results of work with technical staff, public officials, and the general public in both written and oral forms. Bachelorís Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, or related field and 2 years of professional level planning experience (transportation planning principles and applications) required. Valid NC driverís license required. Experience with a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) preferred. Should have familiarity with ArcGIS, Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other typical office applications and the ability to communicate results of work with technical staff, public officials and the general public in both the written and oral forms is essential. DRIVING HISTORY CHECK REQUIRED. Minimum Starting Rate: $42,101. Market Rate: $46,408. Comprehensive benefits package including an additional 4.5% contribution to 401k or 457 plan. Currently accepting applications through Thursday, April 7, 2005 at 5:00pm.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Read the job announcement carefully to make sure you understand what the position is looking for and that you have the requirements.

Make sure all the requested information is filled in completely and accurately. Just putting "see resume" is not acceptable.

Must provide an official copy of your university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made, for individuals applying for positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications

Donít leave any gaps in your employment history.

List job duties or skills that you have, which are relevant to the position you are applying for.

Proofread your application material.

Write legibly, if you are handwriting your application.

Include your resume and cover letter only as supplemental documents, but not as replacements for the requested information.

Sign and date your application.

Return your application to Human Resources prior to the posted closing dates/times.

DEGREE VERIFICATION

Individuals selected for conditional offer of employment on positions that require degrees and/or professional certifications, must provide an official copy of their university/college transcript(s) and certification(s) before a final offer will be made. Applicants can forward or have the school registrarís office send transcripts directly to Human Resources. This includes both internal and external applicants.

Applicants who have obtained their education outside of the US and its territories must have their academic degree(s) validated as equivalent to the Baccalaureate or Master's degree conferred by a regionally accredited college or university in the United States.

There are several agencies that perform this specialized service. Contact the organization(s) directly for current information, procedure and costs.

World Education Services, Inc.

P. O. Box 745

Old Chelsea Station

New York, NY 10113

1-800-977-8263

www.wes.org

International Consultants of Delaware, Inc.

109 Barksdale Professional Center

Newark, DE 1971-3258

(302) 737-8715

www.cgfns.org/cgfns/icd

Educational Credentials Evaluators, Inc.

P. O. Box 514070

Milwaukee, WI 53202-3470

(414) 289-3400

www.ece.org

Josef Silny & Associates

P. O. Box 248233

Coral Gables, FL 33214

(305) 273-1616

www.jsilny.com

 

Posted 2/24/05

INTERNSHIPS

 From: Carly Villari [mailto:cvillari@eco.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 3:52 PM
Subject: ECO Paid Internship Positions

 Greetings from the Environmental Careers Organization (ECO)!  ECO is a national non-profit organization that places college students and recent graduates into paid professional environmental internships across the country. The internships are sponsored by federal agencies, non-profit organizations, or businesses and corporations. In 2004, over 800 college students and recent graduates were placed into paid environmental internships, with agencies like Bureau of Land Management, Environmental Protection Agency, National Park Service, US Geological Survey, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. For more on ECO, visit our website at www.eco.org.

As recruiters, we occasionally have difficulty identifying qualified students, and would like to ensure students or members of your department or organization know about these internship opportunities in their field of study and interest. We have greater success in finding candidates when contacting academic professors, campus career services personnel and recruiting with organizations that are specific to the internship career goals.

 Currently we have many immediate openings available, including:

NOAA Oceanographic Data Analysis Associate

NOAA National Geodetic Survey Associate

 Most of our positions are funded for one year, and pay between $28,000 and $40,000. Feel free to forward this email to interested students or colleagues. Complete job descriptions may be viewed at www.eco.org.

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely, 

Carly L. Villari

NOAA Internship Program Coordinator

The Environmental Careers Organization

30 Winter Street, 6th Floor

Boston, MA 02108

cvillari@eco.org

www.eco.org

 

Posted 2/16/05

CITY OF JACKSONVILLE

P.O. BOX 128

JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA  28541-0128

FAX: 910-455-6761 

J O B  O P P O R T U N I T Y  B U L L E T I N

 BULLETIN # 04-45                           POSTING DATES:  February 11 thru March 2

 IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THE POSITION LISTED BELOW,

FILL OUT AN APPLICATION FOR THE POSTED POSITION.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR


POSITION TITLE:  Planner I (Urban)                       FLSA:  Non-exempt               DEPARTMENT: City Managerís Office               DIVISION:  Planning

 BASIC FUNCTION AND JOB REQUIREMENTS:

 Reviews and comments on site plans, subdivision plans, conditional use and special use plans and other site specific plans; Researches and prepares technical reports for the Department, Planning Board, City Manager and City Council; Interprets and enforces compliance for the Cityís land use planning and control documents for the public at large, applicants, agencies and other inquiries; Serves as a team member within the Planning Division to develop plans and ordinances for the future growth and development of the City.  Monitors and maintains schedules of development plans for review by TRC and other agencies; Conducts land use and windshield surveys; Makes site visits and notes all conditions on the ground; Prepares correspondence in consultation with the Zoning Enforcement Officer and Planner II regarding zoning compliance.

 Position requires graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in urban planning, city and regional planning or urban studies with one year experience.  Also, graduates of political science, geography, economics and related fields with experience in a planning or planning related agency would be considered.  Must have a valid drivers license. Salary dependent upon qualifications.  Excellent benefits.

 Applications will be accepted at Jacksonville City Hall until 5pm on Wednesday, March 2, 2005.

 The City of Jacksonville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified minorities, females and disabled are encouraged to apply.


            POSTED BY: Nancy Ortiz                                                   DATE: January 11, 2005 3pm 

If you have any questions concerning the position listed above, call 910-938-5386, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

NOTE:  (1)   City employees interested in applying for posted vacancy may fill out an application and a transfer form and give it to their supervisor for processing.

                (2)   Department Head/Supervisor will forward transfer and application to the Personnel                                                     Department.

 
Posted 2/14/05

From: Judy Hills [mailto:jhills@eccog.org]
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 10:54 AM
To: NCPlan mailing list
Subject: [ncplan] GIS Technician position available with COG in New Bern, NC

GIS Technician

The Eastern Carolina Council seeks a GIS Technician to perform a wide range of duties related to the operation of GIS, including but not limited to maintenance of spatial geodatabases, development of new spatial data sets, metadata creation, production of high quality maps, and providing GIS technical assistance to planning staff and GIS clients.  Prior experience with ESRI GIS software, GPS equipment, web site development tools, and database systems is desired.  Candidates must have strong computer and organizational skills.  Please send resume and cover letter to ECC, GIS Coordinator, PO Box 1717, New Bern, NC 28563 by close of business on Tuesday, March 8th.  The Eastern Carolina Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Judy Hills, Planning Director

Eastern Carolina Council of Governments

233 Middle Street, 3rd Floor

PO Box 1717

New Bern, NC 28563-1717

252.638.3185 Ext. 3005 Fax 252.638.3187

 ECC is a quasi-governmental planning agency serving Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Pamlico, Onslow and Wayne counties.

 Messages to/from this email address may be considered public information.