City of Nashua
PRIMARY DUTIES: Reporting to the Director of Community Development, the Transportation and Long Range Planner performs multimodal transportation planning using engineering-led and traditional forecasting approaches; and prepares comprehensive long range municipal planning studies of varying scales from neighborhood and corridor plans to supporting a citywide Master Planning effort.
Duties shall include at minimum: leading project groups and research activities in the preparation of long-range planning studies addressing a wide variety of social, economic, physical, and facility planning issues, including research & analysis, neighborhood and public outreach, design and graphics. Candidates should be prepared to develop planning strategies to assist in the management and improvement of a multimodal transport system in Greater Nashua, and be familiar with MPO, TMA and state/federal transportation processes. Position is full time, Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Grade 14, Salary dependent upon experience.
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of 3 to 5 years relevant experience. Bachelor’s Degree in City/Urban Planning, Civil Engineering, Transportation, Geography/Geographic Information Science, Public Administration, Business Management/ Administration or related degree preferred. Knowledge of multimodal transportation planning and administration. Knowledge of Federal grant regulations, including planning, procurement, labor standards, environmental, contract procurement, disadvantaged business enterprise program, Americans with Disabilities Act, negotiation and administration. Possess computer literacy to perform the requirements of this position, including ArcView and all necessary software. Possess a valid driver’s license. Possession of Professional Planning Certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is preferred.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter, resume, and application at http://applitrack.com/nashua/onlineapp/
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – Recruiting practices shall be consistent with State and Federal Law (4/19/2022)