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Professional Planning Job listings on this site are posted for three months or until the posted deadline. Web site job ads cost $75. To submit a job ad or RFP ad email the description to and place "job ad" or "RFP ad" in the subject field.


Posting requirements:  Ads shall be submitted in word, and contain no more than 250 words.  We are happy to add links and/ or one pdf attachment.





Zoning Planner / Designer


McKenna will hire passionate, talented, tenacious, and creative community planners and designers, with specific experience in zoning, who want to make a difference and see their work efforts result in tangible, inspirational outcomes. Our work is purposeful and impacts people by influencing the state of the environment; ultimately, we take pride in helping to improve quality of life in our great Midwestern communities. McKenna’s team members enjoy the benefits of our practice, from the diversity of projects in a diverse range of communities to our fast-paced, creative, and collaborative team culture. Visit for detailed information on our open Project Manager and Project Planner and Designer positions. EOE.


Posted March 14, 2018



City of Negaunee

Planning & Zoning Administrator


The City of Negaunee is currently accepting applications for the position of Planning & Zoning Administrator that will be responsible for a variety of routine and complex analytical, clerical, administrative, planning and zoning work in the administration of City Government. A BA or BS in Planning, Urban Planning, Public Administration or equivalent with three years appropriate experience required.  A resume and cover letter along with an application for employment can be sent to the City Manager’s office, City Hall, PO Box 70, Negaunee, MI.  49866.  A full job description can be viewed at: 


Posted March 14   


Otsego County 



Otsego County is a growing community which offers a host of year round recreational activities with easy access to trail networks, river systems, inland lakes, parks, ski resorts, large forested areas, and world-class golf. Downtown Gaylord is alive a new streetscape, new eateries and shops and a central pavilion that is full with weekend entertainment, a farmer’s market and a variety of festivals.


Under the supervision of the Land Use Services Director and/or the Building Official, the Planner performs professional work related to planning, development and land use for the County. Assists with amendments to the Master Plan, preparing zoning amendments, and conducting special planning studies.  Maintains, administers, and enforces adopted codes related to land use. Works with Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, and the general public to ensure that the plans are current and appropriately implemented.


Bachelor’s degree in planning, or a closely related field, and one year of related experience, or a combination of education, training or experience. Communication skills, business writing, and an ability to work with diverse people/agencies are important qualifications.   


Experience with Microsoft Office software and Geographic Information Systems. Michigan Driver’s License required.


Visit for a complete job description and to apply on-line, click here.


Otsego County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Posted March 6, 2018


Genesee County Planning Commission

Housing Rehabilitation Specialist I


Housing Rehabilitation Specialist I

  • Genesee County - Planning Commission/AFSCME Local 496.01
  • Date Posted:   2/5/2018
  • Closing Date:  Continuous until Filled   



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Associate’s degree in building sciences, construction or engineering AND three (3) years of experience home construction, home rehabilitation services, or housing rehabilitation experience in an agency providing housing rehabilitation services to low income individuals AND have a current Builders License issued by the state of Michigan.  License must be in good standing with no state sanctions/suspensions within the last five (5) years.


Five (5) years of experience in home construction, home rehabilitation services, or housing rehabilitation experience in an agency providing housing rehabilitation services to low income individuals AND have a current Builders License issued by the state of Michigan.  License must be in good standing with no state sanctions/suspensions within the last five (5) years.

Applicants must demonstrate on their application and with relevant documents, they meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for a position.
Applicants must upload, before the deadline, all necessary documents
 to support your qualifications, ie. college transcripts, DD214, licenses, certificates, etc.




Posted February 28, 2018

REVISED  March 6, 2018



Economic Development & Design Manager


At JEI, you will have the opportunity to play a large role in a number of exciting urban, multi-family affordable and market rate housing, commercial retail, urban design and concept projects. If you are someone who is interested in an opportunity that will allow you to make a large impact, then this position may be a great match for you. Serving as a critical team member of JEI’s Economic Development program, you will have countless opportunities to make an aesthetic and physical impact throughout an entire corridor that has a rich history. Here at JEI, no two days are ever the same. You will get to experience a little bit of everything including working on the design of a building and a site plan, developing strategies for engaging community members, creating graphics, putting together a development package, performing code and feasibility analysis, climbing through a historic building, master planning an entire corridor, and bringing back a blighted area. Come to JEI and be a part of the exciting transformation that is happening in a corridor and its historic neighborhoods. 


To Apply:
Submit your resume, cover letter and references to by March 30, 2018.


Download the full position description. 


Posted February 26, 2018


Dexter Township

Ordinance Enforcement Officer


Dexter Township has an opening for an Ordinance Enforcement Officer. This part-time position, under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Zoning, requires office and field work and good computer and interpersonal skills.


Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of code enforcement, site inspection, and record keeping.  The incumbent is expected to learn and apply Township Ordinances, interpret ordinances for members of the public, compile technical information, and review zoning permit applications.


Dexter Township, located in Washtenaw County between the Cities of Dexter and Chelsea, provides rural living, lake living, and suburban living for more than 6,000 residents, just minutes northwest of Ann Arbor. The Township has active agriculture and has encouraged open space communities that preserve natural areas.  It is home to the Hudson Mills Metropark, the Pinckney State Recreation Area, the Chelsea State Game Area, the Washtenaw County West Lake Nature Preserve, several full-sport lakes, the Huron River, and the University of Michigan’s Peach Mountain Observatory.


The full job posting and description can be found on


Materials should be sent to or by mail to

Dexter Township

c/o Director of Planning and Zoning

6880 Dexter-Pinckney

Dexter, MI 48130.


Initial review of applications will begin on March 19, 2018.


HOURLY WAGE:  Commensurate with education and experience, as approved by Township Resolution and within budget constraints.


EDUCATION: A High  School diploma or GED equivalent. A Bachelor’s Degree  from an accredited college or university is preferred.


EXPERIENCE:  Familiarity with municipal government, and the principals of planning, zoning, ordinance enforcement and geographic information systems (GIS) software is preferred. Experience in building, civil engineering, or law enforcement is preferred.


REQUIREMENTS: Effectively communicate with the public, township officials, and other government officials, both verbally and in writing. Employ a professional manner that evokes respect at all times by utilizing excellent interpersonal skills. Work independently and complete assignments on schedule. Understand and interpret blueprints, building plans, survey drawings, and related engineering drawings. Physically inspect parcels, both developed and undeveloped, at all times of the year. Proficient in Microsoft software packages and can operate digital photographic equipment. Possess a valid Operator’s license. Ability to be bonded as may be required by the Township. Possess the ability to perform all duties as assigned.


GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION: Under the supervision and direction of the Director of Planning and Zoning (DPZ), enforces the Dexter Township ordinances. Conducts regular, year-round field inspections and issues ordinance violation appearance notices as appropriate. Maintains records on all ordinance matters. Assists  the  DPZ  with  reviewing  and  processing  applications.  Provides  information  to  residents  and customers on various ordinance matters.



  • Under the supervision and direction of the Township Board of Trustees and the DPZ, interpret and enforce the township’s ordinances and applicable state laws, including the Zoning Ordinance, Anti- Blight Ordinance, Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, and Public Act 110 of 2006 (MCL 125.3101 et seq).
  • Establish  and  maintain  regular  office  hours  consistent  with  the  needs  of  the  public,  meeting  with residents and customers outside of regular office hours as necessary.
  • Attend meetings of the Township Board, Planning Commission, and Zoning Board of Appeals, as directed by the DPZ.
  • Maintain records of all ordinance matters, including but not limited to, applications, permits, variances, enforcement actions, complaints, and correspondence.
  •  Counsel and advise contractors, property owners, realtors and others in various ordinance matters.
    • Collect fees consistent with the Fee Schedule established by the Township Board of Trustees, maintain detailed records of fees collected and remit said fees to the Township Treasurer on a regular and timely basis.
    • Assist the DPZ with reviewing applications, processing applications, plans for zoning permits, variance requests, special land use permits, site plans, zoning amendment requests, land divisions, private roads, temporary  dwellings,  shared  driveways,  and  other  applications  required  by  the  various  township
  • Derive, assign, and record street address numbers where required and report such assignment, in writing, to the appropriate postal office, fire department and utility companies.
  • Regularly update the DPZ regarding enforcement and other activities of immediate concern.
  • Conduct regular field inspections to identify and document possible ordinance violations.
    • Conduct preliminary and final on-site inspections and other inspections as needed to ensure compliance with applications, issued permits, and applicable ordinances. Provide photographic documentation of all final inspections and other inspections as needed.
  • Respond to requests and concerns of township officials, residents and customers and conduct inspections for possible ordinance violations.
  • When necessary, assist the DPZ in preparing monthly reports of zoning, anti-blight, and other ordinance related activities for presentation to the Township Board of Trustees, Planning Commission, and Zoning Board of Appeals.
  • With assistance from the township attorney and DPZ, represent the township’s interests regarding legal action involving ordinance violations.
  • Consult  with  the  township  attorney  on  ordinance  matters  and  provide  investigative  and  evidence gathering services for the prosecution of ordinance violations.
  • Issue  Ordinance  violation  appearance  notices  as  appropriate,  attend  judicial  hearings,  and  provide testimony as required with assistance from the Township attorney and Ordinance Officer.
  • Other duties as assigned by the DPZ or Township Board of Trustees.

Posted February 26, 2018


Wayne State University

Place-Based Initiatives Manager


Wayne State University’s Office of Economic Development is hiring a Place-Based Initiatives Manager!


Job Purpose

The Place-Based Initiatives Manager will develop strategies and execute projects and events to activate WSU's campus and strengthen connection between campus and surrounding neighborhoods. This position involves driving progress on numerous initiatives concurrently, interacting and building relationships with WSU faculty, students, administration officials, TechTown, and local and state partners.



Minimum of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business, public policy, public administration, urban and regional planning, marketing and communications, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. Advanced education or professional credentialing is preferred.


2-5 years of project management experience in a corporate, economic or community development setting. A record of driving initiatives from conceptualization to implementation in a complex, multi-dimensional environment. Reasonable knowledge of our city and region.


How to apply:

All applicants must apply online at posting number 043335


Posted February 22, 2018


City of Pontiac

Planning Manager


The City of Pontiac is seeking a Planning Manager. The Planning Manager will responsible for planning, organizing, managing and accessing the current and strategic planning activities of the planning division. The Planning Manager will also perform technical planning work involving the administration, negotiation, research, analysis and interpretation of planning, zoning, subdivision, design review, general plan and use of development issues.

Education, experience and other requirements: Bachelor’s degree in urban planning or related field; and at least five (5) years’ experience in municipal or urban planning or consulting; and at least three (3) years supervisory experience; American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) accreditation desired.


An employee in this classification must possess upon hire and maintain a valid Michigan Operators license.

Compensation: $80,000 - $85,000 annually DOQ and benefits

For a detailed job description and directions to apply, please visit ..


This position is open until filled.


Posted February 13, 2018


City of Sterling Heights

Planning Coordinator


The City of Sterling Heights, Office of Planning, is seeking a Planning Coordinator who will perform a wide variety of professional and technical duties related to the planning effort of the City including research, design, planning studies, report writing and presentation. A Bachelor’s Degree in Public or Business Administration, Urban or Regional Planning, Environmental Planning, Urban Design, or other related field is required. We are seeking an individual who has at least two years of professional planning experience preferably in a municipality. AICP or other similar accreditations are highly preferred. Strong written and communication skills are also a requirement.


Please apply online via the following link: 



Posted February 12, 2018


ROWE Professional Services Company

Certified Planner


ROWE Professional Services Company, a leading Civil Engineering and Surveying consulting firm headquartered in Flint, MI seeks an experienced, self-motivated, community planner to join our team of professionals.  Planner will be responsible for working with municipal clients in areas such as zoning, land use planning, parks and recreation planning and grant writing.  Strong written and oral communication skills are required. Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, be AICP certified or be able to become certified, and have a minimum of five years of related experience.  ROWE offers a competitive wages and benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, flex-time, 401(k) match and more.  Please send resume to:


Planner / HR

ROWE Professional Services Company

540 S. Saginaw St., Ste. 200

Flint, MI  48502



Posted February 7, 2018


ROWE Professional Services Company

Graduate Planner

ROWE Professional Services Company, a leading multi-disciplined professional consulting firm headquartered in Flint, MI seeks a self-motivated community planner to join our team of professionals.  The Graduate Planner will be responsible for working with other planning staff to assist municipal and private sector clients in areas such as zoning administration, land use planning and parks and recreation planning. Strong written and oral communication skills are required. Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a planning field with related experience preferred. ROWE offers competitive wages and benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, flex-
time, 401(k) match and more.

Interested candidates please submit your resume to:

Graduate Planner / HR
ROWE Professional Services Company
540 S. Saginaw St., Ste. 200
Flint, MI 48502


Posted February 7, 2018


Charter Township of Clinton

Assistant Planning Director


Clinton Township is seeking a permanent full-time Assistant Planning Director position, $73,176 - $85,012 annually (40 Hours per week) includes benefit package.  This position is primarily responsible for the administration of the Township’s Community Development Block Grant Program.  Also, this position seeks state, federal and other funding sources and evaluates requests for money and monitors the operation of ongoing programs.  Assists the Director of Planning and Community Development as requested.


This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning.  A minimum of five years of progressively more responsible planning experience with a municipality, which includes a minimum of five years of extensive experience with municipal land use planning, including zoning, site plan and plat review and administration of Community Development Block Grant Program and other Federal and State Financial assistance programs.  


Job description posted here


For complete details and job application, go to  Position will be open until filled.  Clinton Township is an EOE/ADA Employer.


Posted January 31, 2018


Leelanau County

Senior Planner


The Leelanau County Office of Planning and Community Development is seeking a Senior Planner. Under the supervision of the Planning Director, the Senior Planner assists in the development, implementation and revision of programs and plans to guide future utilization of land, physical facilities and resources. Additionally, assists various boards and commissions and community residents with questions concerning planning, zoning, and county programs. Serves in the absence of the Planning Director, following well-defined policies and guidelines.


For information on job duties, qualifications and compensation, click here.


How to Apply:   Applications and a complete job description are available in the Administrator’s Office or on the County’s website,; please contact Director Trudy Galla for more information –


Deadline:          Until the position is filled.


Leelanau County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Posted January 29, 2018


SAFEbuilt Studio



SAFEbuilt Studio provides a range of community planning services to clients nationwide.  We seek a planning professional with local government current planning experience for an immediate opening in our Royal Oak, Michigan office.   SAFEbuilt Studio has skilled planning professionals with decades of experience who can assist with the full range of your local planning and zoning activities. With three planning offices across the country, we are proud to offer specialized planning services and talented planners who can work in collaboration with your staff to meet your community’s needs. Learn more at our SAFEbuilt Studio site:


This planner will work closely with our planning team on ongoing public-sector client work, including zoning and development reviews and regulatory drafting. We offer a strong salary and benefits package to reward ability, education, and work experience. Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances, paid holidays, paid time off, paid training, new certification bonuses, a matching 401K Plan, and more.


Complete job description here


Apply at:


Posted January 22, 2018


SAFEbuilt Studio

Senior Planner


SAFEbuilt Studio seeks a professional with excellent planning experience for an immediate opening in our metro Detroit office in Royal Oak, Michigan.  SAFEbuilt Studio has skilled planning professionals with decades of experience who can assist with the full range of your local planning and zoning activities. With three planning offices across the country, we are proud to offer specialized planning services and talented planners who can work in collaboration with your staff to meet your community’s needs. Learn more at our SAFEbuilt Studio site:


This Senior Planner will work primarily with our Michigan and Illinois planning staff on comprehensive plan, zoning ordinance, and hands on assistance for our client communities.  Job responsibilities include:

  • Lead and/or team with other staff on the preparation and production of comprehensive plans, plan elements, studies, assessments, similar planning documents, and zoning ordinances, including public outreach, research, drafting, illustrating, mapping, and document layout and formatting
  • Serve as project manager for public sector clients providing on call planning/zoning assistance and attending meetings as needed (which will include some evenings), as well as conducting project work (zoning ordinances, comprehensive plans, etc.) for those client communities

We offer a strong salary and benefits package to reward ability, education, and work experience. Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances, paid holidays, paid time off, paid training, new certification bonuses, a matching 401K Plan, and more.


Complete job description here


Apply at:


Posted January 22, 2018


City of Wyoming

Senior/Principal Planner


Are you ready to grow in your career? The City of Wyoming’s Senior Planner position is the opportunity for you. Take the first step and apply for this position created specifically with succession planning in mind; this position has the potential to grow into our next City Planner. The City of Wyoming, Michigan, is a vibrant community of over 73,000. We’re located in the Grand Rapids metropolitan area, only 30 miles from the shores of Lake Michigan, and we seek a full time municipal planner.


To be considered for this senior-level position, you must possess a minimum of three years progressively responsible experience in land use planning and urban development and a bachelor’s degree in municipal and/or urban planning, public administration, or a related field. A master’s degree is preferred. AICP certification (or the ability to acquire) is required; proficiency in GIS preferred.


Salary range for the position is $71,427 - $90,376, and the City offers an excellent, competitive benefits package.


Applications will be accepted on the City’s website through February 8. For more information and to apply, visit


We welcome contact from potential applicants! Community Services Director Rebecca Rynbrandt and City Planner Tim Cochran are available to field your questions at or

Complete job posting here.   


The City of Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Posted January 18, 2018


Saginaw Charter Township

Community Planner


Saginaw Charter Township seeks an energetic full-time community planner to assist our growing Mid-Michigan community.  With a population of greater than 40,000, Saginaw Township is a key commercial and residential hub of the Great Lakes Bay Region (Saginaw, Bay and Midland counties).  The Township Planner will assist the Community Development Director in reviewing site plans, reviewing and drafting ordinances, engaging with Township boards and committees, promoting economic development, and myriad other related activities. 


Complete job posting here.  


Please direct applications and questions to the Township Manager’s Office at  


Posted January 18, 2018


City of Grand Rapids

Contract Planner


The City of Grand Rapids seeks a highly motivated, organized, and team-oriented professional to assist the City of Grand Rapids Planning Department.  The primary role includes assisting the Department in the implementation and maintenance of a variety of permits, processes, and projects.


Key Responsibilities

  • Provides customer service assistance for walk-in traffic and on the phone; reviews plans and permits for conformance with regulations.

  • Performs review and approval functions for fences, accessory structures, lot splits, property use verification, and other permits.

  • Assists Planners on assigned projects or portions of projects; including the City's master plan and area specific plans.


Desired Qualifications

  • Some knowledge of the principles, philosophy, and practice of municipal planning.

  • Some knowledge of the statutes and ordinances which apply to Grand Rapids.

  • Some knowledge of the municipal zoning law.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.


Minimum Training and Experience

Graduation from a four year college or university with an undergraduate degree in city planning, public administration, architecture or closely related field and some related work experience.


Compensation: Commensurate with experience


To apply, please submit resume, three references, writing sample (not to exceed three pages) and a letter of interest to  


Mail: City of Grand Rapids Planning Department

c/o Suzanne Schulz, Managing Director, Design and Development

1120 Monroe Ave. NW, Third Floor

Grand Rapids, MI. 49503


Questions can be directed to Suzanne Schulz at  

Deadline for Response:  5:00 p.m. Eastern, Friday, January 26, 2018


Posted January 17, 2018


Project Coordinator

Calhoun County


Under the direction of the Community Development Director, manages the development, operation, and maintenance of the county-wide park and recreation system. Administers land use planning and economic development initiatives and programs for Calhoun County. Designs, strategizes, and promotes community-based programs and services through education and public outreach.


Bachelor’s Degree in Park Administration, Environmental Science, Public Administration, Planning, or related field. Four to six years of progressively more responsible experience managing parks, recreation, land use planning, or similar programs. Prior experience with program planning and management, as well as budgeting and general financial management. Ability to make oral and written presentations to the Board of Commissioners, County personnel and the general public. Possess a valid Michigan vehicle operator’s license and an acceptable driving record. 


Salary Range: $50,660 - $64,720


Status: Full-Time, Exempt


Full Job Description


posted January 16, 2018





Senior Planner

Giffels Webster


Giffels Webster is seeking a qualified Senior Planner to join our growing multi-disciplinary team.  This position includes project management responsibilities and client representation. Applicants must demonstrate experience in the following key areas: site plan and development review, long-range master plans, zoning ordinance amendments, and similar projects.  Senior Planners are generally responsible for performing planning research; data collection and analysis; writing reports, reviews, and plan chapters; giving public presentations; and providing on-going client contact. 


Giffels Webster has a strong commitment to using multi-disciplinary and innovative approaches to making communities better.  Giffels Webster was designated a 2017 Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press.


Minimum Position requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree in urban planning or equivalent degree (Master’s degree preferred)
  • Minimum of five to seven years of progressive experience in urban planning
  • AICP certification strongly preferred
  • Previous experience with preparing master plans or plan amendments, zoning ordinances or ordinance amendments, and review of development plans.
  • Experience with form-based codes preferred.
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills


Complete job description here.


Interested applicants should forward a cover letter, resume, and a sample of 1) at least one planning report (e.g., master plan or plan chapter, special area plan, capital improvements program, etc.) and 2) one development review (e.g., site plan, rezoning, etc.) authored by the applicant to Kathy Risse, Giffels Webster, 28 W. Adams, #1200, Detroit, MI 48226 (  Samples of other planning-related work are also encouraged.  Digital submissions preferred. 


Posted December 20, 2017


Saline Main Street Executive Director

City of Saline


Saline Main Street, a non-profit downtown revitalization organization, is seeking an experienced Executive Director for its nationally accredited Master Level Michigan Main Street program in Saline, Michigan. Saline has strong community engagement, nationally ranked schools, rich cultural and recreational opportunities, a thriving downtown setting and proximity to big-city amenities.   The Saline Main Street program was a semi-finalist for the 2018 Great American Main Street Awards (GAMSA).


We are looking for a leader with solid people and communication skills who can develop and accomplish goals, manage people and multiple priorities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and supervisory skills are required. This individual will help continue Downtown Saline’s progress by taking the community’s volunteer organization to the next level. Candidate should be one who displays an entrepreneurial spirit as well as great organizational skills and ability to function effectively in an independent environment.


Preference will be given to candidates with education and experience in commercial district management, economic development, volunteer management, non-profit administration and small business development.  Public relations, administration, event management and historic preservation experience preferred. Candidate should also understand the issues confronting business people, property owners, public agencies and community organizations.


A comprehensive wage and flexible benefits package is offered depending upon experience. The salary and flexible benefits range is between $45,000-$55,000. 


Send cover letter, resume, wage history and three references to Saline Main Street, c/o Karen Ragland at Position open until filled. EOE


Complete job description here. 


Deadline for applications: October 27, 2017.

Posted December 20, 2017


Zoning Administrator  

Networks Northwest  


Networks Northwest seeks a highly motivated, organized, and team-oriented professional to assist our Regional Planning and Community Development Department. The primary role is to provide zoning administration services to communities engaged in a contractual relationship with Networks Northwest.    


Responsibilities include administration of contracted communities’ Zoning Ordinances; preparation of professional planning reviews; presentation of planning reviews to the contracted communities’ Planning Commission and elected bodies; preparation of planning studies, ordinance amendments and other written reports; and frequent interaction with the public.      


Specific activities are community-driven, per contracts with local community/stakeholder needs and available resources. Projects or tasks implemented/coordinated by the Zoning Administrator may include providing information and explaining procedures and requirements regarding the permit process in respective communities; accepting plans for building permits and zoning applications and verifying the accuracy and completeness of information, reviewing plans for zoning compliance, and issuing over-the-counter permits, calculating fees, and performing related duties as assigned. 


For more information, including a complete job description, please visit:


To apply, please submit résumé, three references, writing sample (not to exceed three pages), and a letter of interest in the position that includes career goals by December 29,2017 via email to or by mail to:


Networks Northwest

Attn. Sarah Lucas

Community Development Director

P.O. Box 506

Traverse City, MI 49685-0506.


Posted December 18, 2017




Poggemeyer Design Group


Nationally recognized consulting firm is seeking an individual experienced in community planning, zoning/subdivision regs, and community/ED programs for our Monroe, Michigan office.  Our team provides clients with a single-source of integrated planning, engineering, architectural, and graphic services.  Responsibilities include client relations and project development.  



▪     Degree in Planning

▪     3-5  yrs experience

▪     Project management skills

▪     Ability to manage multiple projects in multiple municipalities

▪     Presentation skills

▪     Ability to speak before governing bodies and neighborhood groups

▪     Technical writing skills

▪     Basic graphic skills


We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and employee stock ownership.  No phone calls please.  


Please reply to



posted December 13, 2017

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