Fwd: Seeking Two Senior or Mid- Level Planners in Southern CA
> "Frank D. De Safey" <fdesafey@...>__________________________________
> wrote:To: juiing106@...
> From: "Frank D. De Safey"
> Subject: Seeking Two Senior or Mid- Level Planners
> Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2005 18:35:00 -0800
> Dear Jui:
> Just wanted to drop you a short email in regards to
> a recruiting project we were
> just retained to work on here in Southern
> The COO of one of our larger and more respected
> environmental/land planning firms
> just asked us to find them two
> Transportation/Environmental Planners with CEQA/NEPA
> skill set for their Los Angeles office. As the
> planning community in southern
> California, especially professional experienced with
> doing transportation related
> activities, is so small and close knit I thought it
> wouldn't hurt to touch bases
> with you.
> The company is looking to bring on board one or two
> Senior technical project
> managers, or possibly very talented Mid-level
> individuals that could advance
> within the organization, to undertake transportation
> and environmental related
> projects throughout southern California.
> Specifically, individuals that also
> have experience working on large scale
> transportation infrastructure undertakings
> or doing Caltrans (highways, roadways, etc.) and/or
> rail projects (light rail,
> metrolink, etc).
> As you are active and knowledgeable in local
> planning circles I wondered if you
> might know an individual (friend, colleague,
> associate, etc.) that would match
> to the requirements of the position.
> They are specifically tasking us to identify a
> Planner with a minimum of 5-10
> years overall experience with several years of hands
> on project management. While
> they would ideally like individuals that could also
> take on some business development
> and marketing related aspects, this is of secondary
> consideration. The most desired
> traits they are seeking in candidates is a superior
> technical skill set and hands
> on project and multi-disciplinary team management
> These positions would report directly the Regional
> Director of southern California
> operations and would be expected to be involved with
> a number of the firm's most
> key transportation and environmental related
> initiatives in the region. Generally,
> the position would require a B.S. Degree or Advanced
> Degrees in Urban, Transportation
> or Environmental Planning with working knowledge of
> NEPA/CEQA and transportation
> planning practices and procedures. American
> Institute of Certified Planners certification
> would be a strong plus to consideration.
> As a larger company, the organization normally
> offers higher than industry standard
> salary and has one of the industries best benefits
> and compensation packages,
> including: Health/Dental/Vision, Vacation, 401k with
> company Match, Group Term
> Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment
> Insurance, Profit Sharing and Potential
> Ownership Interest.
> From a career perspective this could be the type of
> opportunity that would provide
> the sort of personal satisfaction that a more senior
> planner would be looking
> for in terms of accomplishment or application of
> his/her well developed abilities,
> or propel a talented mid-level individual on to a
> long and challenging career
> with a respected organization.
> If you happen to know of anyone that matches to the
> position I would be very
> interested in speaking with them.
> As always, thank you for your time and
> Best Regards,
> Frank D. De Safey
> Vice President, Sequence
> Sequence Staffing
> 941 Washington Boulevard, Suite 303
> Roseville, CA 95678
> Phone: 916-782-6900 x204
> Fax: 916-782-6307
> Email: fdesafey@...
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