This position involves a wide range of work related to community planning such as Envision Eugene, Eugene’s collective vision for how we will grow while preserving what we love about our community including a new urban growth boundary, and other collaborative projects to further our community vision of a compact, connected, livable Eugene. Examples of tasks include: develops and maintains a GIS program for the Planning Division within the context of a larger established regional GIS; participates in advanced professional level, highly complex GIS and land use planning work such as supporting area and neighborhood planning, long-term growth planning, growth monitoring analysis, or land use permit review; provides information, GIS mapping services, and GIS assistance/training to planning project managers and other staff; conveys complex GIS and technical analysis to the general public in support of planning projects.

Salary Range:
Management Analyst 1: $55,369.60 – $71,61.40 / Annually
Management Analyst 2: $60,881.60 – $78,769.60 / Annually
Depending upon the knowledge, skills, and abilities possessed by the successful applicant, this position may be filled at either the Management Analyst 1 or 2 level.

To Apply: Please submit a City of Eugene on-line application and attach a current resume.

About City of Eugene

$60,882 - $78,770 a year
Join our team! We are looking for a positive, productive and collaborative Geographical Information Analyst/Planner with a strong background in managing data, who enjoys providing service to the community, and thrives in a team environment. The successful candidate will demonstrate adaptability to a dynamic and fast paced work environment, and be able to think and present information at multiple scales.

While this position works on both long-range and current planning, the position is housed with the Metro & Community Planning team. The focus of this team is to create a future vision for the community and put in place the tools and actions necessary to implement the vision, improving community livability and quality of life through managed growth.

City of Eugene, Human Resources
940 Willamette St, Suite 200
Eugene, Oregon, 97401.