The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) has opened its search to fill two full-time positions at SCCOG and a fall-semester internship.
- They are hiring for their first-ever Municipal Services Manager, responsible for managing and expanding their municipal services program, which currently includes planning, zoning enforcement, and building official services.
- They are also seeking an individual to join their team as a Planner, to assist with ongoing regional planning, municipal support, and grant development activities.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31st.
About the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments
SCCOG serves 22 municipalities with a total population of 280,430 and functions as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization. SCCOG also counts as affiliate members Connecticut’s two federally recognized Native American Tribes and works closely with the region’s two military installations, the United States Naval Submarine Base and the United States Coast Guard Academy.
Primary focus areas of SCCOG are regional planning; transportation planning and prioritization of State and Federal transportation funding; and municipal services, which includes technical assistance, the provision of specialized staff, and facilitating intermunicipal coordination. SCCOG’s office is located in Norwich, CT, at the center of a dynamic region known for its diverse assets including Mystic and the southeastern Connecticut shoreline, entertainment/casino destinations, and opportunities for urban, suburban, and rural living. The region is critically important to Connecticut’s economy for its tourism, defense, and defense manufacturing, and is New England’s hub for the growing offshore wind industry.
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