The Zoning Associate Planner position is a great professional opportunity for someone with a strong interest in zoning and land use regulation to develop their knowledge and skills in an active planning office that engages with a wide range of contemporary urban development issues. Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, real estate, architecture, landscape architecture, historic preservation, government administration, or related field with a minimum of four years directly relevant professional experience.  A master’s degree in a related field may be substituted for two years of experience.  In exceptional instances, specialized education, training, and/or experience may be substituted for part of the educational requirement. Professional and/or volunteer experience or advanced coursework in the comprehension and application of zoning codes. $62,338 – $88,021 annually. Submit a resume, letter of interest, and a written sample or excerpt from a work product (professional-, academic, or volunteer-related) related to issues of zoning, no more than four pages (including any charts, images or diagrams), accompanied by a brief statement explaining why the material was prepared and your role in its preparation  by June 2 to We are an AA/EEO Employer. For a complete job description, visit link