Associate Planner (18930268) Irvine, California

In this new position, added to accommodate our growth, you will have the opportunity to impact multiple construction projects as we expand our nationwide infrastructure of natural gas fueling stations. You'll work as an Associate Planner, travel to potential sites, gather data and conduct investigations, pursue planning and other discretionary approvals and create reports to support the process and act as a roadmap for development. You'll work with an experienced team and continue to build and polish your skill-set, all while supporting our mission to protect our environment by providing clean-air transportation alternatives. If you have solid experience but are newer in your career, and you have the ambition and drive to grow your skills, influence progress and make an impact, the role of Associate Planner is a prime opportunity.

To be a strong fit for the role of Associate Planner, you should have:
  • A bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; or four years related experience and/or training; or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 2+ years of requisite and relevant planning experience.
  • Knowledge of regulations and laws pertaining to construction projects.
  • Familiarity and experience with attaining entitlements and building permits.
  • Knowledge of project planning, budgeting, and scheduling.
  • The ability to use MS Project, and MS Office Suite applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • The ability to effectively present to high-level audiences.
Clean Energy is the leading provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America. With experience and expertise built over more than a decade, we are committed to helping our customers -- companies operating all kinds of fleets from big rigs to public transit to taxis to solid waste trucks -- gain the measurable advantages of natural gas fueling. We have more than 1000 employees globally, we distribute products globally, and our revenues in 2011 grew 38% to $293 million.