The Town of Holliston seeks a firm with economic development expertise to assist the Economic Development Committee with the following:
The firm must have a minimum of five (5) years economic development or related economic development experience. The fee per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) is subject to appropriation and currently not to exceed $10,000.
Please submit a written proposal to: Travis Ahern, Town Administrator, Town of Holliston 703 Washington Street, Holliston, MA 01746 by May 7, 2021. Questions can be emailed here.
LDS Consulting Group, LLC, a multi-disciplinary firm focusing on developing and preserving housing. We are growing with large housing planning studies in the pipeline (Cape and western MA), feasibility study work and a growing affordable home monitoring service. We need a person who can provide part-time services such as inventorying and mapping property, Registry research and demographic research. We will provide all the training necessary for this position. The hours may increase over the summer but there will always be steady work throughout the year. Much of it can be performed online, but some of it requires in person visits.
Please contact Lynne D. Sweet, principal, for additional details: firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-943-3963.
MASCO (Medical Academic and Scientific Community Organization) is hiring a Sr. Transportation Planner. This is an opportunity for a hands-on, multi-modal planner to contribute to transportation strategies, studies and designs for Longwood. The position also supervises one of the region’s first Transportation Management Associations, CommuteWorks which provides innovative travel demand management programs.
The right candidate will be a highly motivated, mission- and values-driven planner committed to customer service, has an operational focus, and is able to manage sophisticated projects leveraging strong analytical and communications skills. This visible role requires successful stakeholder engagement and relationship management across a diverse constituency— from executives of institutions to public sector leaders, to employees and residents.
See MASCO website www.masco.org/about/careers to apply.
Sasaki is seeking applications for an entry level planner with 0-3 years of relevant experience in our Boston, MA office. Sasaki is a planning and design firm of 300+ professionals. At present, the Sasaki office is working remotely due to COVID, but this position will be expected to transition to working from the Boston office in 2022.
The successful candidate will become an integral member of Sasaki's Planning and Urban Design practice, collaborating with multidisciplinary teams on research, graphics, and writing for planning, space programming, and design projects, both domestically and internationally. Applicants should have strong research, analysis, and communication skills (verbal, graphic, and written) and an eagerness to learn. The entry level planner will work across markets and on a variety of project types-for both the private and public sectors-including college and university campuses, urban/mixed use districts, corporate employment campuses, resilience planning, and community plans.
The list below describes the optimal qualifications of the entry level planner to meet typical project needs. We encourage people to apply for the position if they meet most of these attributes:
Additional Valued Skills and Characteristics
Planners at Sasaki share a common set of core competencies, but also have a range of complementary strengths and interests. The list below describes some additional skills and characteristics desirable:
See website for complete instructions www.sasaki.com .
Interested applicants must provide the following:
Interested applicants should submit their materials through the Sasaki Web Portal (www.sasaki.com/careers/). Applications are encouraged by March 31 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis for interviews. Start dates will be determined in conversation with selected applicants. Graduating students are encouraged to apply.
Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates is seeking a junior transportation planner for its Boston office to support the firm’s nationally recognized work in planning for more equitable and livable communities. A strong interest in and some understanding of transportation planning or policy is a must.
Nelson\Nygaard has led the transportation planning field with our values and innovation. We’ve always been guided by the principle of putting people first—designing transportation systems for people, not just cars.
Qualifications and Requirements
Dodson & Flinker, Landscape Architecture & Planning in Florence, MA, has has an opening for a planner/urban designer with 0-4 years of experience. We are looking for a creative, thoughtful, and well-organized person, with strong visual, verbal, and written communication skills, and an ability to work both independently and within a team. Applicants should have interests and skills that range from large-scale planning to site planning and should be excited to live and work in Western Mass.. Though the firm’s primary practice is in landscape architecture, this position is for a planner comfortable with research, writing, mapping, and quantitative analysis.
This position will be remote to start. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience. We welcome candidates from all races, ethnicities, genders, and sexual orientations. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but we anticipate scheduling the first round of interviews during the week of March 29, 2021.
Please e-mail a cover letter (addressed to Peter Flinker), resume, and portfolio or work samples to: email@example.com with “Entry Level” in the subject line. No telephone calls, please. Work samples should include professional writing, maps, and graphics.
The Town of Sharon is seeking land use planning and economic development consulting services.
Reporting to the Town Administrator, with considerable input and guidance from the Planning Board and the Economic Development Committee (EDC), the consulting firm will provide support in completing the tasks associated with the implementation of the Imagine Sharon document.
The consultant will:
It is anticipated that the consultant will work an average of approximately15-20 hours per week.
A statement of qualifications and outline of experience performing similar duties for Massachusetts municipalities or on behalf of municipalities or regional planning agencies (including information/biography/resume/CV of personnel to be assigned) and a fee proposal in a separate document should be submitted to: Frederic Turkington, Town Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on Friday, February 19, 2021.
The Town of Arlington is requesting proposals for Consulting Services to updated the Town's Housing Production Plan.
A copy of the RFP outlining the requirements for submission is available online or from the Purchasing Agent at email@example.com.
For information contact Erin Zwirko, Asst. Director of Planning and Community Development, at 781-316-3091 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proposal may be viewed and downloaded from the Town website https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.arlingtonma.gov/purchasing__;!!B5cixuoO7ltTeg!W8uQcJw5er4TgOTNEACQga1I5Bd6OEE9LMlHrulm3CxecLBb3QXKv7C9SuB4341oLvU$
Proposals will be received by the Purchasing Officer, Town of Arlington, Massachusetts on or before 2:00 PM, February 3, 2021 at the Town Manager’s/Purchasing Office, Town Hall Annex 2nd floor, 730 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, MA 02476. Late proposals will not be considered. There is a drop box in the Academy Street parking lot on the side of Town Hall for bids to be submitted as Town Hall is closed to the public.
The Town of Medway seeks proposals from qualified firms to develop a MASTER PLAN consistent with the requirements of G.L. c. 41, §81D.
Proposals must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 4, 2021, at the Office of the Town Manager, Town of Medway, Medway Town Hall, 155 Village St., Medway, MA 02053.
To view and download the RFP, you must first register at: https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.townofmedway.org/procurement/webforms/bid-contact-info__;!!B5cixuoO7ltTeg!R9xZ8IrKKYGIPBHM_hhjvI85MJCf1eG4Fcl2yNoKYOBUXeopoedGyV9_2D5E4W23iW0$
You may also obtain a copy of the RFP by contacting the Medway Community and Economic Development Department at email@example.com or (508) 321-4890.
NO INCOMPLETE, FAXED, ELECTRONICALLY MAILED, OR LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Proposals may be withdrawn prior to the scheduled time for the opening of proposals. Price proposals and non-price proposals must be submitted in separate envelopes.
Governor Baker’s recent COVID relief initiatives has funding for planning! $9 million dollars has been allocated to the Local Rapid Recovery Plan (LRRP) program, which is being managed the Downtown Initiative of DHCD.
A call for consultants has been issued through an RFR posted at COMMBUYS, the State's procurement website.
Responses are due Fri., January 12, 2021, at 3 pm. DHCD is looking for multiple consultants to provide technical assistance to communities to plan for COVID-19 recovery.
COMMBUYS BID #BD-21-1076-OCDDE-OCD01-57259