The Division of Institutional Planning & Operations (IP&O) employs a workforce of approximately 2,700 staff, represented by 15 collective negotiations agreements, and is responsible for institutional strategic initiatives and operations, which encompasses an expansive range of comprehensive service and business operations across the State of New Jersey. These include planning and construction, facilities, public safety and emergency operations, environmental health and safety, transportation, housing, and auxiliary/retail operations.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking an Assistant Planner for the Division of Institutional Planning & Operations (IP&O). Under the guidance and direction of the Manager this professional is responsible for a variety of tasks including developing technical support and analysis on physical planning initiatives for various sectors of the university.
- Assist the Manager with general planning issues, including transportation planning, land use planning, site planning, data collection and analysis, and public meetings and forums.
- This position has statewide responsibilities and therefore addresses urban, suburban, and rural projects as well as a wide variety of academic, administrative, research, healthcare, and infrastructure projects.
- The position works with and provides technical support using planning principles to the Manager on University and external agency project design/site review and projects supporting the Division of Institutional Planning and Operations initiatives.
Please apply through Rutgers ROCS site, https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/209911
About Rutgers University-Institutional Planning and Operations
Under the direction of Vice President and University Architect David C. Schulz, AIA, PP, AUA Planning, Development, and Design, a department within Institutional Planning and Operations, integrates the areas of planning, development, real estate, design, environmental graphics, space management, and design and construction technology to promote a more holistic approach to planning at Rutgers University. The overall goal is to balance efficient programming with thoughtful design to create an evolving, safe, functional, and inviting environment that advances the university's institutional mission.