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Posted: 09/09/2016

City of Raleigh
Raleigh Urban Design Center (UDC), a division of the Department of Cit

The UDC is a municipally-run, outward-facing service for designers,developers, and the community and an inward-facing design service for internal stakeholders throughout the city organization. The UDC team of urban designers and planners envision and design solutions that create a better built environment for the City of Raleigh. By engaging and leading the people of Raleigh in deliberate, targeted design discussions, the UDC builds consensus around innovative solutions that encourage all people to be active in shaping the physical form of their community. Raleigh has been among the nation’s fastest growing cities for four decades, and for good reason. The city is consistently ranked in the top 10 of “Best of” lists with a healthy share of number ones! We want to design environments that promote design excellence and meet the needs of a growing, diverse community. Design your own future with us!

Planner II
2016 -00352
Professional Opportunity
Raleigh, NC
$44,880.76 - $78,206.56 Annually

Supports the historic preservation program and the Raleigh Historic Development Commission. Prepares and presents oral and written reports; directs the preparation of special maps, charts, and other materials for inclusion in presentations. Compiles social, economic, and planning data used in the analysis of community planning problems. Collects and analyzes demographic, land-use, and economic statistics in order to maintain and update mapped information and computer-based information system. Evaluates, analyzes, and proposes development projects and rezoning requests. Meets with and advises municipal ocials, commission members, and citizen groups in complex planning matters; provides information and administrative support and assists in formulating policies and objectives. Conducts a variety of special studies and participates in various special projects. Assists in the interpretation and development of the comprehensive plan. Conducts major studies in such areas as land use, public services, economics, human resources, housing and urban development, and center city and neighborhood revitalization. Researches planning rules and procedures to determine compliance of real estate development proposals. Conducts and participates in meetings to help clients understand policies and rules aecting project site design. Administers contracts to vendors and consultants. Acts as liaison with various city groups, organizations, and aliations. Other duties as assigned.

Bachelor's (4-year) college degree or equivalent required. Master's degree in a eld associated with historic preservation, architectural history, or design preferred.
Applicants may substitute additional relevant experience for the required education.

At least 2 years of relevant experience is required. Applicants may substitute additional relevant education for the required experience.

Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have working knowledge of Database software, Spreadsheet software, Word Processing software, and
social media applications. Experience in GIS software is appreciated
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How to apply
To be considered, please complete an application at raleighnc.gov/jobs. Attach a letter of interest, resume, portfolio, and salary requirements along with at least (3) professional references to your electronic application. Candidates best suited for the position will be invited to participate in the interview process. For more information about Raleigh Department of City Planning or the Raleigh Urban Design Center, please visit www.raleighnc.gov/planning
Martha Lauer
Phone: 919-996-2649
PO Box 590
Raleigh, NC 27602

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