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Jp2g's Pembroke office is seeking a talented and motivated Planner to join our team. The ideal candidate is hard working and eager to increase their responsibilities and to take on a significant leadership role within the company.

As a member of our professional team, you will be responsible for a variety of assignments for planning projects to public and private sector clients. You will be responsible for the research, preparation, and amendment of planning documents, reports, and special planning studies. You will attend meetings, responding to day-to-day client enquiries and planning matters.
You will make responsible decisions and take necessary action when required. You will outline and assign work, manage budgets, coordinate sub-consultants, advise on technical problems and methods of approach, and give technical guidance to technicians or other staff.

Role and Responsibilities
- Perform planning work related to a variety of planning assignments
- Prepare proposals and undertake specialized planning studies
- Prepare planning documents such as Planning Justification Reports and both Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments
- Manage complex development applications
- Review and process applications for official plan amendment, rezoning, site plan approval, and plans of subdivision or condominium
- Act as a liaison between clients and approval authorities
- Liaise with stakeholders to ensure completed work meets corporate standards and client expectations
- Communicate internally regarding project status
- Assist with the coordination of a multi-disciplinary team of sub-consultants to meet client timelines
- Liaise with the team to ensure completed work meets or exceeds corporate standards and client expectations
- Actively participate in a team environment, sharing your technical knowledge and learning from others
- Project coordination, sub-consultant management, directing activity, and addressing issues as they arise
- Attendance as a professional witness before the Ontario Municipal Board, as required

- Bachelor's Degree in Urban Planning or a related field
- 1 to 5 years of relevant experience
- Full Membership in the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI)
- Designation of Registered Professional Planner (RPP) (preferred)
- Membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) (recommended)
- Demonstrated knowledge of Ontario's land use planning system and municipal government processes
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong work ethic and the ability to work both independently and in a team environment
- Confidence in communicating with municipal staff, clients, stakeholders and the general public
- Interest and/or experience in development charges studies, feasibility studies, community improvement plans, community design plans would be an asset
- Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Excel, and GIS would be an asset
-Valid driver's license is required

Compensation and Benefits
- Friday afternoons off year-round (36 hour/week)
- Group RSP planning opportunities
- Professional development and advancement opportunities
- Competitive compensation and benefits package
- Shareholder opportunities
Industry 1:Engineering Services
Industry 2:Architectural and Design Services
Industry 3:Business Services - Other
Occupation:General/Other: Engineering
Level:Experienced (Non-Manager)
Status:Full Time
Job City:Pembroke
Address:12 International Drive
Company City:Pembroke
Company Province:Ontario
Company Postal Code:K8A 6W5
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