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Land Use Planner (Junior, Journeyman)

Company: Ecompex, Inc
Location: San Antonio
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Ecompex, IncID: 1189Location: San Antonio, TXDepartment: EngineeringWhy join Ecompex?

At Ecompex, we are more than a business - we are a team of professionals. We are an energetic, dynamic company that prides itself on quality and is constantly growing and expanding. Among reasons that we are an industry leader is because of our talented, motivated, and hardworking team of professionals. If you enjoy challenges and want to be part of a successful professional services and technology leader, then Ecompex has a place for you. Ecompex values its employees.


Benefits:
Ecompex offers a competitive benefits package for all Full-Time employees, including:


  • Health Insurance (3 medical plans, dental and vision, nationwide network)
  • Life Insurance (free policy for all employees)
  • PTO (15 days per year)
  • Holidays (paid time for all federal holidays)
  • Reimbursement for tuition and training
  • 401(k) Plan with employer matching
  • Employee assistance program



    Position Description - Land Use Planner:

    Primary work location will be Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Lackland near San Antonio, Texas. (Partial remote telework may be possible.)

    Full-Time, Salaried position. Approximately 40 hours per work week.

    Carry out tasks and reports in support of the Air Force Integrated Installation Planning program. This program is administered by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), Planning and Integration Directorate (AFCEC/CP), Comprehensive Planning Division (AFCEC/CPP).

    This project involves implementation of the Installation Development planning program, the Operational Noise Program, Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) Program, Airfield Planning and Waiver Program, and the Mission Sustainment Program (MSP). Additional information at bottom.


    Minimum Qualifications - Land Use Planner:


    • Bachelor's degree in related field such as Urban Planning, Architecture, Engineering, Geophysics, Political Science, etc.
    • 4+ years of experience in one or more of the following areas:

      • urban planning
      • land use planning
      • installation planning
      • regional planning
      • geospatial analysis
      • flight operations






        Desired Qualifications - Land Use Planner:


        • Experience in Department of Defense (DoD) installation planning or projects supporting the US Military
        • Knowledge of Installation Planning, and applicable Air Force and DoD regulations, instructions, guidance, directives, and processes



          Responsibilities - Land Use Planner:


          • Collaborate with team of Planners and Noise Modelers within the Air Force Integrated Installation Planning program to collectively accomplish all tasks below
          • Provide expertise in one or more of the following roles:

            • Climate Resiliency Project Manager
            • Planning Geospatial Analyst
            • Training & Engagement Project Manager
            • Installation Development Plan Project Manager
            • Comprehensive Planning Platform Project Manager


            • Participate in and host training events with training curriculum for Comprehensive Planning programs to include installation development planning, land use planning, stakeholder involvement/engagement, enterprise planning, etc.
            • Conduct technical studies, analyses, and evaluations that support AFCEC/CPP planning efforts
            • Assist in the analysis and tracking of requests for airfield waivers, and determine their technical sufficiency in accordance with Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC)
            • Utilize templates for Comprehensive Planning Platform migration and to any requirements in UFC (Installation Master Planning and Severe Weather/Climate Hazard Screening and Risk Assessment Playbook)
            • Draft reports detailing Transportation Network Plans and other component plans for conformance with applicable Air Force and DoD planning guidance
            • Provide support on standardization, project validation, and completeness on the current portfolio of permanent and temporary airfield waivers
            • Review planning products from other AFCEC Divisions with the AFCEC National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Center of Excellence to identify and communicate future requirements which require NEPA/ Environmental Impact Analysis Process (EIAP) and AICUZ support
            • Update the Comprehensive Planning Platform (CPP) and Planning Mission Data Sets (MDS), utilizing information in comprehensive planning products (i.e., IDP, District Plans, Operational Noise, AICUZ studies)
            • Communicate with team about new and existing processes, procedures, and associated work products in support of AFCEC/CPP installation and regional development planning programs, strategic initiatives, comprehensive planning, new mission requirements, and other strategic planning initiatives supporting enterprise planning




              Additional Information (reference):

              Project will support the mission of the United States Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC).

              Program operations include installation planning, regional planning, climate resiliency, Airfield Planning, and encroachment management as pertains to mission sustainment. This program establishes a systematic framework for informing decision-making on the physical development of Air Force installations to ensure mission sustainment.

              The overall goal of the Air Force Integrated Installation Planning program is to provide a cohesive, holistic strategy in support of Air Force objectives strongly aligned to planning principles. In support of this goal, the primary focus of Installation Development Planning is to improve and integrate installation physical development of both natural and built infrastructure with the investment planning process, legal requirements, and Department of Defense (DOD)/Air Force policies. Also, in support of this goal, the primary focus of Regional Development Planning is to preserve and protect military readiness by preventing or mitigating current and potential risks to mission caused by mission sustainment and encroachment hazards within the mission footprint of an installation.
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              EEO Employer/Protected Veteran/Disabled.

              Ecompex is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law. VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

              Ecompex has a desire for priority referrals of protected veterans. Ecompex, Inc. is compliant with requirements of 41 C.F.R. - 60-1.4(a)(3). This regulation protects applicants and employees from discrimination based on inquiring about, disclosing, or discussing their compensation or the compensation of other applicants or employees.

              Ecompex, Inc. participates in the E-verify program as required by federal law.

              Need Assistance? If you believe you need a reasonable accommodation in order to search for a job opening or to submit an application, please contact Ecompex at 703-288-3382 or hr@ecompex.com. Please indicate the specifics of the assistance needed.

Keywords: Ecompex, Inc, San Antonio , Land Use Planner (Junior, Journeyman), Professions , San Antonio, Texas

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