Planner I – Montgomery, AL | 3.7.18

Name of Employer: City of Montgomery, AL

Employer Website:

Montgomery, AL

Job title: Planner I

Job Details / Description

The Planner I researches, analyzes and interprets technical data related to land use, social, economic, and population trends in the field of city planning. The Planner I is an entry-level, professional planner classification. Assignments may be made in the broad areas of land use, transportation, economic development, housing, community revitalization, public facilities, environmental management, and master planning for the Downtown/Riverfront area, as well as, other specific areas and planning studies. Major responsibilities include assisting higher level professional planners in reviewing development plans, conducting studies, managing projects, and preparing plans and strategies, interfacing with the public and performing a variety of administrative tasks. Planner Is work in the Development Department under the direct supervision of higher level professional planners. Planner Is typically receive specific assignments and assisting in determining data requirements, developing a work program, performing research and analysis, and preparing visual presentations and/or a final report. Work programs and objectives are developed with the aid and approval set forth by the supervisor; however, Planner Is must exercise initiative and judgment in carrying out these programs and in applying knowledge of standard terminology, techniques, and practices of modern urban planning.

Job Candidate Qualifications

To qualify, candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in urban/city and regional planning, community planning, geography, real estate development, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental planning, public affairs/administration, or similar.

How to Apply

Additional job information and online application are available at Applications must be submitted no later than 5 PMCST on March 23, 2018.


Posted on

March 7, 2018

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