The Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments (TARCOG) is seeking an Associate Planner to join their Economic Development and Planning (ED&P) Department! The deadline for this job posting is close of business, Friday, December 6th, 2019. Résumés received after 12/6/19 will not be considered for this position. EOE Résumés and a brief cover letter …Continue Reading
APPLICATIONS are being accepted by the City of Wetumpka for Development Services Director for the City of Wetumpka. This classified position’s basic responsibility is to develop plans and programs for utilization of land and physical facilities of the city. Minimum qualifications for this position, Degree in Public Administration or associated field, with a strong foundation …Continue Reading
The Lee-Russell Council of Governments is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Planning and Economic Development Specialist within its Planning and Economic Development Department. The PED Specialist is primarily responsible for assisting local and regional efforts related to community development, economic development and planning. This position reports to the Lee-Russell Council of Governments Planning …Continue Reading
The 2019 Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs (6th Edition) has ranked Auburn University’s Master of Community Planning Program among the top planning programs in the nation! Auburn’s MCP Program is 10th in the nation among the “Top Small City Programs” in cities with a population of less than 75,000 and ranks 6th among …Continue Reading
CIVIL SERVICE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT COMPANY / ORGANIZATION City of Northport, Alabama CLOSING DATE Monday, September 16, 2019 @ 4:00 p.m. If mailed must be postmarked by Friday, September 13, 2019. Turn in application to: Director of Human Resources P.O. Box 569 3500 McFarland Blvd. Northport, AL 35476 DESCRIPTION OF JOB / POSITION Under the direction …Continue Reading
2019 Award Nominations Are Now OPEN! It’s not too late but submissions are due on July 19th by 5pm!
“An Alabama City Grapples with Its Development Decisions” Atmore—a rural city in southern Alabama—is poised to make some key land use decisions that will have a great impact on both its long-term economic prosperity and its fiscal health. To grapple with these choices, the city partnered with Smart Growth America to gain a better understand …Continue Reading