• Regional Economic Development Specialist – North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (Decatur, AL)

    NARCOG seeks a Regional Economic Development Specialist with one to three years of experience to join our team to help improve the quality of life for our three county region. The position supports the administration of the small business loan fund program, preparation and administration of various grant programs, as well as research and preparation of planning reports and studies in support of our regional and economic development programs. Experience in the financial administration of loans and/or grants is preferred. BS degree in Planning, Finance or a related field is required.

  • City Planner – Fairhope, AL

    The City of Fairhope is seeking a City Planner. The position performs a variety of complex technical work in reviewing development applications, annexation requests and performing various planning related studies.

  • Planner I – CARPDC (Montgomery, AL)

    This is an entry level planning position. Under the direction and supervision of the Senior Planner, the Planner I collects data for planning documents and reports and provides technical assistance to member governments in the administration of these documents. Additional duties may include data gathering and preparation of federal and state grant proposals and applications using established guidelines and the administration of funded grant projects. Performs other related duties.

  • Senior Planner – CARPDC (Montgomery, AL)

    Under the general direction of the Executive Director, the Senior Planner is responsible for the coordination and management of the Agency’s community planning and economic development projects. Prepares project proposals and manages funded projects in accordance with applicable guidelines. Provides technical assistance to member governments. Conducts studies and prepares reports on a variety of planning and public administration subjects. Coordinate project development, makes project assignments, monitors work progress and provides performance feedback and training to planners. Performs other related duties as required.

  • Design and Resiliency Team Applications Open

    Design and Resiliency Teams (DARTs) provide pro bono design and resiliency technical assistance to communities around the United States and Canada. Think of this as a APA-CPAT look-alike, but teams are multidisciplinary and specifically focused on resiliency challenges.