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Posted: 11/18/2016

City of Jacksonville
Planning and Development

Local City government.

City Planner II
Professional Opportunity
Jacksonville, FL

The City of Jacksonville, FL is seeking a City Planner II for the Historic Preservation Section of Planning and Development Department, responsible for project and environmental reviews, report preparation, historic research, historic and cultural resource surveys, and review of requests for Certificates of Appropriateness to ensure standards and regulations are met. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree which includes at least thirty (30) semester hours of college coursework in urban and regional planning, public administration, political science, geography, landscape architecture, architecture, historic preservation, environmental science or closely related field.
  • Two years of professional planning experience.
  • One year of additional professional planning experience may substitute for fifteen (15) semester hours required above.
  • A Master's Degree in urban planning from a program accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board may substitute for one year of professional planning experience.


  • A valid Florida Driver's License is required prior to appointment and must be maintained during employment in this class.
  • Must qualify for prior to appointment, obtain, and maintain during employment in this class a City of Jacksonville Certification as a Public Driver.



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How to apply
Apply online at www.coj.net/jobs.
Employee Services Department
117 W. Duval Street, Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32202

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