Join the Yukon’s planning dream team.
We are seeking exceptional individuals to join our small and dynamic team.
The Yukon Land Use Planning Council is seeking a motivated and action-oriented team member to lead the Dawson Regional Planning Commission in the production of a Final Recommended Plan, as directed.
This position will provide the successful applicant with valuable experience working in regional land use planning, with a dynamic volunteer commission and supported by a small and professional team at Yukon Land Use Planning Council, with the opportunity for regular travel between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Yukon.
The Dawson Regional Planning Commission has developed a Recommended Plan for the Dawson region and are ready to move on to the final stages of planning. This is an exciting time join our team and be part of the plan approval process.
The Senior Land Use Planner will:
- Spearhead the development of a Final Recommended Plan, as directed, for the Dawson Region;
- Evaluate proposed development projects in the region and provide recommendations for alignment with the Recommended Plan through the YESAB process; and
- Prepare to support implementation of an approved plan for the region.
For more information about this position, including a job description and statement of qualifications, contact Tim Sellars, Director of Yukon Land Use Planning Council at: email@example.com or by phone at (867) 667-7397 ext. 1.
Term Position: June 15, 2023 – March 31, 2024 (with likely extension)
Annual Salary: $91,860 – $110,233
Location: Dawson City preferred. Whitehorse as an alternative (with frequent travel opportunities)
Please submit your cover letter and resumé no later than 5:00 pm, June 7, 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org
As other positions become available, applicants will also be considered for future positions within the Dawson Regional Planning Commission and Yukon Land Use Planning Council.
We support the intent of Article 22.4 of the Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement. Accordingly, we seek to hire members of Yukon First Nations, when qualified candidates are found. Therefore, all applicants are asked to indicate whether they are members of a Yukon First Nation.