Urban / Environmental Planner
Hybrid role / U.S. Citizenship required
Project: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
System One has a temp to hire employment conversion opportunity for a Federal Facilities Capital Planner / Budget Analyst to support our clients U.S. Customs and Border Protection project. Our client is now hiring a Planner/Budget Analyst for their rapidly expanding portfolio of environmental projects supporting this federal agency client. In this role you will develop plans for utilization of land and physical facilities of cities, counties, and metropolitan areas, exercising full planning responsibility for interpreting, organizing, coordinating, and executing assignments. Planners maintain liaisons with individuals and units, both inside and outside the company, who are responsible for various planning and design phases of a project.
Must be local to Washington D.C. and a United States Citizen
Must be able to pass a Custom and Border Control (CBP) background investigation and complete all System One and Client onboarding requirements
Immediate start date
Work schedule: Monday thru Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm
2 days office / 3 days home
Urban Planner/Budget Analyst Requirements are:Bachelors degree in Urban/Environmental Planning or related field
10+ years of related work experience
Minimum 5 years project management experience
Minimum 5 years experience in capital planning and budget formulation experience for federal or commercial facilities
Certified Planner Certification is preferred at this level
Thorough knowledge of urban/environmental planning practices and procedures
Must be knowledgeable of Federal Budgeting Process
Proficiency in utilizing PC and various software packages typically used in urban/environmental planning assignments is required
Good written and oral communication skills as well as research and analytical skills
Thorough understanding of local as well as Federal statutes and environmental rules and regulations
Proven ability for performing in a lead capacity on a project
***Must be able to obtain/maintain federal agency site and system accesses.
Responsibilities:Plans, schedules, conducts, and/or coordinates detailed phases of planning work in a number of very large and important projects.
Forecasts budgets and formulates out year budgets.
Gathers, compiles, and analyzes data on economic, social, and physical factors affecting land use.
Assignments may require both conventional planning expertise and innovative solutions.
Strategically allocate federal capital resources to support the Capital Investment Plan.
Provide cost/benefit studies, financial analysis, and other analyses that support capital planning.
Draft and modify Capital Improvement Plan.
Estimates staffing needs and oversees work assignments of technicians and/or other Planners.
Confers with local authorities, civic leaders, social scientists, and land planning and development specialists to devise and recommend arrangements of land and physical facilities for residential, commercial, transportation, industrial, and community uses.
Develops recommendations based on governmental measures affecting land use, public utilities, community facilities, housing, and transportation to control and guide community development and renewal.
Prepares, coordinates, and facilitates public involvement and consensus building meetings and workshops.
Reviews and evaluates environmental impact reports and recommends changes to overall project plan as appropriate.
Reviews and evaluates Reuse and Redevelopment Master Plans.
Maintains active membership in appropriate professional organizations and societies.
Represents the Company at conferences, seminars, meetings, etc.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.