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Aviation Planner Position at SFO
- From: danielle.rinsler@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 22:17:32 -0700
I am looking for an entry-level aviation or transportation planner to join my
unit at San Francisco International Airport. I am seeking someone with a strong
interest in aviation, transportation, environmental
planning, land use planning, economics and/or public policy. The position
announcement (see below) and application instructions can be found at
Danielle Rinsler, AICP
San Francisco International Airport
5278 Planner II
Filing Deadline : OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Appointment Type: Provisional or Permanent Transfer
Date Issued: June 30, 2006
Salary: $2,247-$2,732 Biweekly; $58,422-$71,032 Annual (As of Announcement
Appointment Type: Provisional. Provisional incumbents will be required to
succeed in a Civil Service Examination process for this class in order to be
considered for a permanent appointment.
Location: San Francisco International Airport – Airport Planning Division
Working Hours: Full-time, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Under general supervision, the Planner II is responsible for conducting
investigations and performing analyses to prepare reports and recommendations
pertaining to difficult airport, land use and environmental planning issues and
problems. The essential functions of this job include: conducting site and
field inspections and conducting surveys and interviews to obtain data;
preparing computer based and hard copy graphic materials; conducting research
studies and formulating recommendations to assist in airport planning studies,
policies, plans for future airport developments and determining the
environmental impacts of proposed projects. The Planner II will assist in
analyzing Airport operational trends and associated impacts to existing or
planned airport facilities, develop airport airside and terminal infrastructure
requirements against forecasted demand, records and reporting systems, air
traffic forecasts, fleet mix and uses, peak period and busy hour calculations,
capacity requirements for passengers, aircraft and baggage.
Incumbents in this job code may be required to attend evening meetings
occasionally held in community locations. Some positions may require
possession of a valid driver license, and may require specialized experience in
order to perform department-specific planning duties.
1. Possession of a Master’s degree in City, Regional or Urban Planning, or
a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture,
Geography; Urban Studies, or Environmental Studies; OR
2. Possession of a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or
university in City, Regional, or Urban Planning, or a closely related field
such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies, Public
Administration, Physical Sciences; Historic Preservation, or Environmental
Studies and one (1) year of city, regional or urban planning, transportation,
urban design, historic preservation, architectural, environmental review or
related experience; OR
3. Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or
university and two (2) years of city, regional or urban planning,
transportation, urban design, historic preservation, architectural,
environmental review or related experience.
• Airport planning and/or operational experience.
• Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Planning &
Design regulations and guidelines.
• Knowledge of FAA Orders 1050.01E and 5050.4A, State and Federal
Endangered Species Regulations, California Environmental Quality Act, National
Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, and Rivers and Harbors Act.
Supplemental Application: The purpose of the Supplemental Application is to
obtain specific information regarding your experience that relate to the
essential functions of the classification. Each applicant is required to
prepare a Supplemental Application. The Supplemental Application will be used
to evaluate training and experience of applicants to determine possession of
minimum qualifications. Failure to submit the Supplemental Application will
delay application processing.
Application Procedure: Interested applicants must submit a City and County of
San Francisco Employment Application, a Supplemental Application, verification
of educational and qualifying experience (see Verification of Qualifications
below), a judicial history supplemental, and a photocopy of valid driver’s
Resumes may not substitute for a City & County of San Francisco Employment
Applications may be obtained by contacting the Airport Commission Human
Resources Office at (650) 821-2000, in person at the Delta Building, 3rd Floor,
710 N. McDonnell Road, San Francisco, or visiting the City and County of San
Francisco Department of Human Resources at 44 Gough Street in San Francisco.
Applications are also available at the City & County of San Francisco website:
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