(Mods, this was the most pertinent title I could come up with...don't want to put the precise name in the thread.)
Stumbled across a multitude of job postings thanks to my zoning search agent. Part of the job description reads like a good segue from wireless site acquisition. (Edits are mine)
Supervise outside vendor[s], engineers, title search firms ... to ensure transactions close within defined timeframes, ... [work on] transaction documents, easements, warranty deeds... [create] zoning and permitting applications. [file for zoning and monitor the] application review process. ...
However, I've never heard of this assn. There is no local office. Most planning & engineering consultants already have a zoning department. I can't imagine that there'd be a need for a regional HQ to file for zoning (two major cities in my lovely state). And full-time, too.
The assn started uploading these openings in mid-August.
Any insight? Keep in mind that Cyburbia is searchable and would show up on a Google alert-type of search agent.