PRMS is a regional organization providing planning, safety code and GIS services to 24 member municipalities across over 4 million hectares in east central Alberta. Our Municipal membership is diverse, ranging from large rural counties to small villages, and everything in between.
PRMS members are communities that work together to create resiliency based on a foundation of regional collaboration.
The Opportunity for You
Are you looking to accelerate your planning career with more responsibility and independence? Do you enjoy the charm, beauty and affordability of small town or rural life? Are you tired of working in large organizations where change is slow?
PRMS has an opportunity for you! With a competitive salary and benefit package we’re looking for our next planning leader. Work arrangements can be suited to your needs and current location as long as you have the ability to travel when necessary. Apply today and accelerate your planning career!
Benefits of Joining PRMS
Opportunity to work on a broad range of planning projects
Work with both Rural and Urban Municipalities
Freedom to lead your own projects
Opportunity for creativity in your work
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Flexible working arrangements
Work-life Balance (every second Friday off)
Casual internal work environment
Key Responsibilities Include:
This position is a great fit for a candidate who has experience working as a senior planner or a planner looking to take the next step. The candidate will need to have experience in both current and long-range planning. Your role with PRMS will generally include:
Preparation, review, and implementation of Land Use Bylaws and statutory planning documents including Intermunicipal Development Plans, Municipal Development Plans, and Area Structure Plans.
Statutory plan and LUB amendment application processing, reporting and presentations.
Provide support and advice on planning & development questions and inquiries from municipal shareholders and residents.
Subdivision application processing (As needed)
Provide project support and advice to other staff.
The successful candidate possesses a degree in Urban and Regional Planning combined with municipal planning experience. An APPI/CIP regulated member or Candidate Member is preferred. Further, the candidate will possess the following qualities:
Ability to take initiative and work with little direction to meet deadlines.
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
Strong writing, communication, and presentation skills.
Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume outlining their experience and qualifications to the attention of the undersigned:
We sincerely thank all candidates for their interest, but only those applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted. The Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected.
Additional Job Information:
Posted Date: Feb 07, 2022
Closing Date: May 31, 2022