HNTB Environmental Planner III in Bellevue, Washington
What We're Looking For
Develop plans and policies to meet with social economic, and physical needs of communities, including land use transportation planning, transit planning, environmental planning, development, public facilities, and parks and recreational facilities. Develops technical solutions and strategies for medium to large sized planning projects to ensure that the client’s technical requirements for all planning aspects of projects are fully met. May serve as a Project Manager on a limited basis for select medium scale projects. Regular task assignee on multiple projects. Responsible for proactively involving other project team members in development of solutions. Oversee the work of less experienced staff.
Primary Focus Will Include:
Preparation of NEPA, SEPA, environmental reports and documentation, permits for fish passage projects.
Fish passage projects associated with transportation corridors
Fieldwork associated with preparation of environmental technical reports and permits
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Master’s Degree in Planning or relevant field
5 years of relevant experience
LEED Accredited Professional; RLA, RA, PE registration or AICP, CEP certification
What You'll Need
Analyzes the design plan and identifies deliverables.
Compiles and analyzes data associated with multi-disciplines and proposes technical solutions. Collects raw data, organizes, researches, and applies recognized tools of analysis to provide comprehensive review of the data.
Prepares graphics, technical reports, fee proposals, and responses to Request for Proposals for planning projects.
Assists in the creation of project presentation materials, concepts, graphics, and reports to the client and community groups.
Coordinates and interfaces with other project team members during the course of a project.
Coordinates with clients on a regular basis to complete assigned tasks and to perform quality checks to ensure client requirements are met.
Responsible for significant portions of presentations and public facilitation. Conducts public meetings/hearings/community workshops and interfaces with client groups and community stakeholders.
May review budgets, invoicing, and billing.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, Planning, Environmental Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Engineering, or related field and 4 years of relevant experience
Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture, Planning, Environmental Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Engineering, or related field and 3 years of relevant experience
Knows how to use Microsoft Project and client-specific programs without guidance from others.
Understands policies and procedures of the client processes (i.e., regulations, concept of final design, environmental procedure manual).
Functions as the Task Lead for simple projects with the ability to contribute to writing scopes and budgets with Project Manager oversight.
Gains an advanced understanding of environmental laws (i.e., NEPA, local, state and federal) and ensures legal compliance.
Applies knowledge to more complex documents, provides recommendations to clients, and ensures permits are completed, with oversight from more experienced staff.
Contributes to scope of work, budget, and schedule as part of task expansion or new proposals with guidance from more experienced staff.
Prepares environmental review documents for moderately complex transportation projects.
Functions as the Task Lead for environmental documents with oversight from more experienced staff.
Displays action orientation by taking on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
Communicates effectively by developing and delivering communications that demonstrate a clear understanding of the project needs to the client and Project Manager.
Drives results by consistently achieving objectives, even under tough circumstances.
Demonstrates self-awareness by using a combination of feedback and reflection to build upon personal growth.
Anticipates and adopts innovations for completing complex assignments.
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