The City of Minneapolis has an opening for a supervisor to lead the Urban Design and Heritage Preservation work of the Long Range Planning team in the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
The supervisor will work with the Manager of Community Planning, the Director of Long Range Planning, and the Long Range Planning team to implement the policy direction of the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan through Urban Design and Heritage Preservation projects. This new position is an opportunity to contribute to a future Minneapolis with more residents and jobs, a high-quality and distinctive physical environment, physical attributes that reflect the city's history and cultures, and that is free of racial disparities.
For more information about this position and for application instructions, see the link below:
Required Education Bachelor's Degree in Urban Planning, Architecture, Historic Preservation a related field or equivalent.
Required Experience Eight years in Urban Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or Historic Preservation, which has included three years of related work in City government or equivalent.
Equivalency An equivalent combination of related education/experience may be considered.
Desirable Qualifications -- Cultural competency Ability to relate and work effectively with people from diverse cultural, economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Internal Number: 2018-00708
About City of Minneapolis
In Minneapolis, we've set the bar high. We have an award-winning parks system, clean and healthy urban lakes and Mississippi River, and we are making progress toward our goals for a zero-carbon energy future. These many accomplishments contribute to our much-praised quality-of-life setting. Part of the reason we can meet such high standards is because we are constantly planning for the future.