Auburn University has developed into one of the largest universities in the South, remaining in the educational forefront with its traditional blend of arts and applied science and changing with the needs of today while living with a respect for the traditions and spirit that are Auburn.
Campus Planner I/II and II/III
Req. No. 28325 and Req. No. 28318
The Campus Planner position supports university campus planning functions that guide the physical development of the Main Campus and all outlying university properties.
Essential Functions include but are not limited to:
-Conducts planning studies to determine the near- and long-term feasibility of proposed projects on the Main Campus and all university properties related to master planning, capital project planning, land use, space utilization, infrastructure development, transportation/circulation, landscape design, natural resource preservation, historic preservation, and other areas, as required.
-Verifies that proposed development or improvement projects comply with university standards as established in the Campus Master Plan, Landscape Master Plan, Image & Character of Auburn University, and all other appropriate university guidelines, policies and standards, and advises on such; develops and disseminates new planning guidelines, policies and standards, as appropriate.
-Assists the AVP for Facilities, the University Architect and the Director of Campus Planning and Space Management in the development and update of short-, mid- and long-range facilities planning efforts, especially the Campus Master Plan.
-Manages the use of outside consultants and planners in major planning efforts with activities that include preparing requests for proposals, overseeing the consultant selection process and administering contracts.
-Develops and maintains agreements pertaining to the use of university land or interior spaces by the campus community.
-Collects data and develops metrics data for the analysis of physical planning efforts involving land use, space utilization, campus landscape, student housing, campus transportation, sustainability and other areas; monitors and reports on such analysis regularly.
-Utilizes GIS for collecting, analyzing and disseminating planning data, especially through mapping efforts across multiple medium.
-Represents the Office of the University Architect in outreach efforts to both the on- and off-campus community by serving on, or leading, university committees and by representing Auburn University in relations with the local government, press, and residents.
-Advances university planning efforts by analyzing existing processes, and recommending and implement improvements, especially through the use of information technology
-Occasionally provides capital project design work if planner is formally trained in architecture, interior design or engineering discipline.
Entry into the applicant pool requires a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Urban Planning, Building Construction, Interior Design, Engineering, or related field. The salary range for Level I is $39,300 – $65,500.
Consideration for Level II requires a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Urban Planning, Building Construction, Interior Design, Engineering, or related field, plus 2 years of experience designing, planning, analyzing, and managing complex projects. The salary range for Level II is $45,100 – $75,100.
Consideration for Level III requires a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Urban Planning, Building Construction, Interior Design, Engineering, or related field plus 4 years of experience designing, planning, analyzing, and managing complex projects. The salary range for Level III is $59,700 – $99,600.
Requisition No.: 28325
Close Date: 5/8/19
Requisition No.: 28318
Close Date: 5/16/19
The “Close Date” indicates the date after which applications may no longer be received. Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
Refer to the above Requisition # and apply on-line at:
Auburn University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.