Land Use/Environmental Planner III-Archaeology-2235505A
This listing closes on 6/30/2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana.
$87,630.40 – $107,619.20 Annually
County of San Diego, CA
Regular – Full time
Public Works, Dept of, Road
Closing date and time
6/30/2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana
Per County rules, this position is eligible for appointment at Step 1, $87630.40 . County employees are subject to the County Promotion Rule for Step Placement in Accordance with Comp Ord 1.3.5.
County of San Diego Department of Public Works – Roads is currently looking for Land Use/Environmental Planner II – Archaeology Option and Land Use/Environmental Planner III – Archaeology Option !!!!!(click here for information on Land Use/Environmental Planner II – Archaeology Option )
When you drive on county roads, fly from a neighborhood airport, or pull over for that snowplow on your way to Julian, you have interacted with our department. Your safety and convenience matter to us, and we make sure nearly 2,000 miles of roadways, bridges and guardrails, signs, traffic signals and crosswalks are ready for you, as well as the eight County airports we operate including McClellan-Palomar, Gillespie Field and Ramona. Our vast network of sewage pipes and pump stations, flood channels and water detention facilities keep things flowing for you all year long. During storm events, we keep the channels and drains clear to minimize flooding. Nearly all your county public infrastructure is designed, built, managed or operated by our team. We stand for safe communities, sustainable environments, and healthy families
Preserve, enhance and promote quality of life and public safety through the responsible development of reliable and sustainable infrastructure and services.Our Vision…
Manage resources to continually improve services, and balance safety and infrastructure needs with protection of the environment.
The County of San Diego is currently accepting applications for Land Use Environmental Planner III-Archaeology in Department of Public Works – Roads. A Land Use Environmental Planner III is responsible for performing professional environmental and planning studies, research, and analysis pursuant to state and federal regulations; this is in support of proposed projects and preparation of associated environmental documents to be considered for adoption by decision-making bodies. Incumbents may be consulting with local tribes. Working conditions may involve working in the field during varying frequencies. Fieldwork may involve exposure to wild and domesticated animals, poisonous plants, and long driving hours to survey sites.
Land Use/Environmental Planner III – Archaeologist will have…
Technical expertise in the field of archeology
The ability to prepare and review projects for potential archeological issues
A thorough understanding of the significance of prehistoric and historic archaeology or historical architectural resources.
The ability to suggest appropriate mitigation measures for the protection of resources
Experience performing professional environmental and planning studies, research, and analysis pursuant to state and/or federal regulations.
Knowledge of tribal cultures and experience working with local tribes.
Experience conducting field surveys for cultural resources
Experience making significance determinations
A strong willingness to continually learn and grow professionally
A high degree of motivation and progressive thinking.
A professional perspective and objective demeanor when positive or difficult situations occur including, understanding the perspectives of others, and embracing diversity and inclusiveness
If you believe that you possess these qualities, come and become an integral part of ourmission!!!
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- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency, in Anthropology with an emphasis in Archaeology, AND three (3) years of professional level archaeological experience as it relates to land use/environmental planning. Experience must be at the level equivalent to a Land Use/Environmental Planner II within the County of San Diego; OR
- A master’s degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency, in Anthropology with an emphasis in Archaeology, AND two (2) years of professional level experience as described above; OR
- One (1) year of experience as a Land Use/Environmental Planner II with the County of San Diego.
Note: Register of Professional Archeologists (RPA) Certification is highly desirable.
Professional level land use/environmental planning experience in a public or private agency may substitute for education on a year for year basis, for up to two (2) years of the education requirement. Degree must be from a U.S. accredited college or university, or certified equivalency for foreign studies must be provided.
A copy of an official or unofficial transcript from an accredited U.S college or university, or a copy of a certified foreign studies equivalency must be submitted by the application deadline. These documents can be attached to the application during Step 1 of the application process.
DPW – Selection Interview Dates
Interviews will take place July 22nd 2022. Candidates should be prepared to immediately complete background paperwork, upon receipt of a job offer. The timeline for this recruitment is outlined below. Please note that dates are approximate and are dependent upon the successful completion of each step of the process. Job Offer and Background Process begins in early August 2022. Pre-employment Medical Screening: Approximately 3 days following successful background investigation results. Anticipated Start Date: Start date will be based upon successful completion of background or other mutually agreed upon date.
Condition of Employment
As part of the County of San Diego’s pre-employment process, prospective candidates will undergo a background check (including fingerprinting) and a pre-employment medical screening prior to beginning County employment. Additional types of background investigations may be conducted based on the job-related activities of the position.
Qualified applicants will be placed on a six (6) month employment list based on scores received during the evaluation of information contained in their employment and supplemental applications. Please ensure all information is complete and accurate, as the responses you provide on the supplemental application questionnaire will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process, your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.
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