Job Title: Land Use/Environmental Planning Manager

Job Location: San Diego

Employer Website: Planning & Development Services, County of San Diego

Job Description:

The County of San Diego Announces An Exceptional Management Level Opportunity


This is a series recruitment subject to suspend on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at 11:59 pm 

The Project Planning division reviews discretionary projects, specifically the review for compliance and conformance with Federal, State, and Local ordinances and policies. This would include but not limited to the General Plan, Zoning Ordinance, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and Community plans. Project Planning activities also include environmental reviews, mine inspections, management and training programs for the Historic Site Board, groundwater inspections, and the monitoring of Open Space.

Land Use/Environmental Planning Managers assigned to the Project Planning Division are responsible for planning, coordinating, reviewing, and directing the work of PDS expert employees including clerical, technical, planning and resource management staff.  Project Planning divisional employees perform processing, project management, and documentation of land use projects as required by Federal, State, and local regulations; develop and implement policy; and manage very complex projects.

The ideal candidate for Land Use/Environmental Planning Manager will possess the following experience, attributes, and traits:

  • Demonstrate proven management, supervisory, and professional level experience in land use and environmental planning, and policy development and implementation 
  • Demonstrate a high degree of motivation and willingness to adapt to the organizational culture
  • Demonstrate a strong willingness to continually learn and grow professionally
  • Maintain a professional and management perspective and objective demeanor when positive or difficult situations occur
  • Lead complex projects involving several functional groups
  • Communicate effectively in verbal and written form; good listener
  • Demonstrate good interpersonal and team leader skills, including building relationships and collaborating with others in order to keep projects moving in a positive direction
  • Understand the perspectives of others, and embrace diversity and inclusiveness

If you believe that you possess these qualities, then the County of San Diego would be an ideal place for your talents and career growth.  We have a great culture that values collaboration and teamwork.

Link or email to apply:

Apply by date: 03/03/2020