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ASSOCIATE PLANNER – SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
Application Deadline: Open until filled (First review of applications will be on August 21, 2023)
Interested applicants should submit an employment application, cover letter, a resume, and one writing sample to:
Leann Buboltz – Administrative Coordinator
Subject Line: Associate Planner – Safe Routes to School
A confirmation email will be sent upon receipt of application materials.
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is seeking an engaging, dynamic, and collaborative professional to join the Safe Routes to School Program (SRTS). The SRTS Program is a component of the Transportation Program, and it focuses on making walking and bicycling to school safe and appealing for students. The Safe Routes to School Program helps local communities coordinate programs that increase children’s physical activity levels, decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and neighborhood safety.
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission serves seven counties within northeast Wisconsin with core program areas of Transportation, Economic Development, Water Quality Management/Sewer Service Area Planning, and Regional Comprehensive Planning. The Commission provides information and planning services necessary to solve problems which transcend the municipal boundaries and fiscal capabilities of individual governmental jurisdictions. The Commission has a Regional Safe Routes to School Program funded through Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) funding. Safe Routes to School is a federal program designed to make it safe, easy, and convenient for children in grades K-8 to walk and bicycle to schools.
The position is a 37.5 hours/week and offers a starting annual salary in the range of $52,544 – $68,307/year (depending on experience and qualifications) plus full benefits, including health insurance, flexible scheduling, paid time off, and participation in the State retirement plan.
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Commission will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.