Woolpert, Inc., an Architectural, Engineering, and Geospatial (AEG) leader, is seeking a highly motivated individual to join the Federal planning team as a Master Planner. Ideal candidates should have two (2) to six (6) years of experience in federal or military master planning to be a key team member on a wide variety of planning projects.
The successful candidate will assist in all aspects of developing plans while working in a collaborative team environment to complete tasks and produce deliverables that meet and exceed requirements. The ideal candidate will be able to work independently to accomplish tasks to a high standard, while collaborating with project teams to provide exceptional planning-related services for a variety of federal and military clients. Woolpert allows for a flexible geographic working location based on the successful candidate's experience.
Woolpert, Inc. seeks a Master Planner with experience on a variety of planning projects ranging from Installation Development Plans, Area Development Plans, Installation Planning Standards, Form-Based Codes, Facility Utilization Surveys, Requirements Analyses, Programming Charrette Reports, cost estimating, and DD Form 1391s. The successful candidate will have strong GIS, Adobe Suite, and infographic skills, with knowledge and application of planning and urban design principles. Experience in sustainability and resiliency planning is favorable. Military service is a plus.
Key duties include but are not limited to:
Perform existing conditions assessments, data collection analysis, and research related to projects and clients
Create report maps and presentation graphics using a variety of software and media
Contribute to a collaborative team to produce report narratives, data analysis and charts, mapping, graphics, and other items to meet client and project needs.
Actively participate in planning workshops/charrettes in the field at project locations, virtually, and/or in the local office.
Conduct site visits to perform analysis, photography, and field evaluations of land uses, facilities, and infrastructure (buildings, roads, parking, utilities, etc.).
Proactively pursue new 3D, mapping, infographic techniques, and GIS technologies while keeping current on urban design and master planning practices.
Analysis of current planning studies and related research
United States and International travel
S. Citizenship and a U.S. Passport
Undergraduate or graduate degree in Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Geography, or related field
Previously demonstrated skills in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), ESRI ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)
Previously demonstrated written and analytical skills
Strong facilitation and presentation skills
Preference will be given to candidates with strong knowledge of:
Unified Facility Criteria (UFC) for Master Planning and other UFCs
Other Federal and DoD Instructions, Technical Manuals, Executive Orders, etc.
Planning data collection and site inventory methods
Planning Workshop Facilitation and Charrette methods
Facility Condition Assessment and Facility Use Survey methods
Calculating Requirements and Authorizations
DD Form 1391s
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