I've got the master's degree in planning, an internship, and I did my Master's Final Project on a proposed commuter rail system in the area. I'm fresh out of school with little experience, but I was wondering if I should pass on this. I mean, I'm sure over time I can learn how to "administer and manage" and "coordinate projects with other agencies".
Masterís degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Urban Planning or closely related field or graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelorís degree in Urban Planning or a closely related field and two (2) years of experience where writing, presentation and meeting facilitation, computer, and analytical skills were required. This position requires strong writing, analytical, presentation and meeting facilitation skills. Equipment and computer software skills required include Windows-based computers, Microsoft Office Suite, Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping Printers, and Large Format Plotters.[ <-- nope]
Administration and management of Developments of Regional Impact (DRI) review and tracking data base system.
Consultant contract administration and reporting responsibilities associated with transportation studies.
Conduct and coordinate presentations to the public regarding a variety of transportation improvement projects.
Assist in the development of the Comprehensive Policy Plan (Transportation Element).
Responsible for the coordination of transportation projects with other County Departments and regional agencies.