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Broadband Permitting Coordinator

HUNT, a full-service A/E firm is searching for a Broadband Permitting Coordinator.

As a firm, our vision is to build vibrant communities by empowering creativity and partnership. We have accomplished this to date by being an entrusted partner to our clients/communities, providing full-service design that is innovative, practical and community focused. In addition, we offer a family friendly, flexible workplace that aims to encourage long, successful, sustainable careers through a variety of life stages. We are excited to welcome you to apply to this strong culture and hope that your values align with those of the firm, which will further enhance our culture even as we look toward targeted growth opportunities.

HUNT offices are located in Albany, Binghamton, Horseheads, Rochester, Towanda (PA).

Hunt EAS is seeking a qualified Broadband Permitting Coordinator in our IT department. Candidate must have experience with Fiber/OSP deployments while working in a fast-paced environment. Be able to effectively handle multiple priorities with a strong attention to detail, prioritize and complete assignments accurately in a timely manner. Have strong interpersonal, organizational, verbal, and written communications skills while working alone, or with a team. Be proficient in Windows Operating System, Adobe, and MS Office applications such as Excel and Word. High School Diploma or GED Required.
Job Requirements:
Develop plans including timelines, tasks, and schedules for permits and pole applications from inception through issuance.
Contact various agencies to determine what information is required when submitting permit applications.
Identify requirements and potential roadblocks and facilitating resolution so that projects stay on schedule.
Prepare permit submittal packages in accordance with jurisdictional requirements.
Develop and maintain a system to track general permit issuance.
Submit permit packages via online systems, fax, or in person at various locations.
Serve as the “point” person and liaison between Clients and State/Municipal Agencies.
Track jurisdiction specific requirements and provide that information to the team.
Prepare project folders and effectively communicate the status of each permit.
Communicate with jurisdictions, and internal/external team members to resolve any redline issues.
CADD ability is a plus.
Complete any necessary paperwork, reporting, etc. required for assigned projects.
Ensure timely completion of assigned deliverables.
Other duties as assigned.

Benefits package includes holidays, PTO, health insurance, FSA, life insurance, 401(K) plan and continuing education support.

Wage Range: $49,920 - $60,320 Per Year. Salary commensurate with experience and talent.

HUNT is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

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