Website City of Jacksonville

This is professional urban planning, coordinating and regulatory work including data collection, analysis, studying infrastructure and developing and implementing policies. Work requires a basic understanding of and application of the theories, principles and practices of urban planning, which is usually gained through degree granting schools or equivalent training and experience. Contacts with others require skills in understanding and influencing people and are important in implementing urban planning projects, discussing and resolving work-related issues and problems, and presenting and defending recommendations and decisions. The work is clearly defined in that tasks are covered by substantially diversified procedures and specialized standards, requiring the use of judgment in search for solutions or new applications. Work is performed primarily in an office environment though the employee will be required to make field visits to project sites in order to evaluate project or gather statistical data. Operates bicycles, motor vehicles, and standard office equipment including a computer and programs like Microsoft Office. The physical demands consist mainly of sitting at a work station for extended periods of time, occasionally lifting and moving light objects or file boxes, visiting field sites, and conducting walk audits. Work is performed under limited supervision wherein the work assignments are varied, and the worker plans and organizes the work, and determines priorities based on established procedures, practices, and precedents. 

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