ROCKLAND COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING
The County of Rockland is seeking a candidate to perform technical-professional planning work of a complex nature which involves responsibility for independently concluding routine projects and assisting in the development of programs by physical planning and the use of economic and
social research techniques. Supervision is received from a technical employee of higher rank.
Evening work is frequently required in this class. Does related work as required. Candidates must possess good knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of municipal and county planning; good knowledge of subdivision design and site planning; good knowledge of the organization and operation of municipal government in New York State; ability to read and interpret land-use zoning ordinances; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; ability to present ideas clearly and concisely both orally and in writing; ability to use a personal computer and software appropriate to various planning activities*.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Planning (e.g. Urban, Regional or Community), Landscape
Architecture, Building or Civil Engineering, Geography, Social Science, or comparable curriculum and two (2) years of professional experience in municipal, community or land-use planning; or
- A Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Building or Civil Engineering, Social Science, and one (1) year of professional experience in municipal, community or land-use planning; or
- A Master’s degree in Planning (e.g. Urban, Regional or Community) or Geography.
*To be demonstrated during the probationary period.
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