Alternative Job Titles
Entry-level Transportation Planner, Planner I, Traffic EIT, Transportation EIT
Operations Planning Interns gain familiarity with site, topographic, landscape, and architectural plans, learn to read and interpret zoning codes, learn to read and explain City ordinances, and provide technical support to planning staff by conducting research and preparing maps and graphics. Interns also prepare agendas and reports for review boards and meetings, provide required information for specific meetings, assist in the preparation and review of meeting minutes. The position occasionally entails answering questions and providing information to the public, researching information and assist higher level planning staff with inquiries pertaining to current or comprehensive planning, and collecting, compiling, recording and summarizing technical data. Lastly, Operations Planning Interns assist higher level staff in the implementation of the geographic information system (GIS).
Required Skills & Abilities
Typical Salary$38,000 - $77,400
- Bachelor's degree required or in progress
- Major coursework in Engineering, Public Administration, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Planning, or related field