Under general supervision, reviews, processes and presents diverse and sensitive development plans and proposals; performs a variety of environmental and land use planning research, studies and analyses; develops, reviews and presents specialized graphic displays, reports, documents and correspondence; represents the Port or department in interactions with the public, tenants, other governmental agencies, member city representatives and internal contacts; assists in developing and maintaining the Port's Master Plan; and performs related duties as assigned.
Education, Training and Experience:
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in environmental resources, planning, biology, ecology, environmental science, natural resource management or geography, with courses in urban or regional planning or a closely related field; and three years of progressively responsible experience in land use, environmental, urban or regional planning or environmental research and analysis.
A Masters Degree in planning, environmental or a closely related field can be substituted for one year of experience. Time served as a District Intern will count towards the years of experience.