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City of Eugene
Location: Eugene, Oregon
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: $63,585 - $82,264
Application Deadline: Monday, September 27, 2021 at 5:00 pm PDT
Do you want to play a part in making a great Pacific Northwest City the most livable, prosperous, and thriving place it can possibly be?
We are seeking a positive, collaborative and inspired individual to join the City of Eugene’s land use (current/short-range) planning team to help turn our community vision into reality. This position plays a key role in promoting and implementing the community's newly adopted vision to accommodate future growth while preserving and enhancing what we love about our city.
The successful candidate will enjoy providing excellent customer service to the community, thrive in a team environment, and demonstrate adaptability to a dynamic and fast paced work environment.
This position involves a wide range of work related to current planning, with an emphasis on serving as project manager in the review of development proposals, such as site reviews, land divisions, and zone changes, and implementation of the City’s land use code. Most aspects of the position will involve working closely with the public, ranging from general inquiries to facilitating meetings with development professionals, neighborhood representatives, committees and other interest groups, and other work to further our community vision of a compact, connected, livable Eugene.
The City of Eugene is one of the largest employers in the region. We offer a wide variety of job opportunities, great benefits, opportunities for advancement and a supportive, team oriented work environment. We are looking for bright, motivated people who want to work in a challenging and dynamic environment while contributing to the success of their local government. When you choose a career with the City, you will be part of an award winning organization that is one of the most progressive and best managed cities in the United States today.