EIS Planner


Honolulu, HI United States

The G70 Planning and Environmental Services team is hiring! 

We are looking for motivated, team players who are excited about working in a collaborative, fast paced environment in Honolulu, Hawaii. G70 serves a wide range of projects supporting  government, institutional and private sector clients in Hawaii and the Pacific  Region. 

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Who we are 
We are thought leaders, technologists, cultural practitioners, visualizers, and members of the community, dedicated to the design and planning of innovative and community focused places.  Within this diverse family, we support entrepreneurial and creative individuals who come to work each day aspiring to contribute to better lives and places. We are individuals who share this purpose for  action, working side by side with friends and partners, our clients and community. 
The role – EIS Planner 


  • Performs work requiring independent judgment in evaluation, selection, and adaptation/modification of standard techniques, procedures and criteria.
  • Independently solves problems encountered. 
  • Works under direction of a Project Manager (PM) and/or Principal-in-Charge (PIC). 

Responsible for: 

  • Technical writing, analysis and interpretation for environmental assessments, EIS and reports in compliance with Hawaii (HRS Chapter 343) and Federal (NEPA) requirements.
  • Preparation of land use permit application materials, assist filing with government agencies.
  • Preparation of land use master plan materials (including collection of research materials and report data, evaluation of research materials for applicability, preparation of graphic concepts, and coordination of report completion, production and distribution).
  • Attendance/participation in project team meetings. 
  • Coordination with team members, client representatives, government agency staff, consultants and community. 

Assists with: 

  • Conducting field reconnaissance of project sites.
  • Determination of regulatory requirements for specific projects. 
  • Participation in and support of community involvement programs. 
  • Participation in presentations to community, client, government and project team.
  • Coordination of subconsultant services. 

Assignments may include higher-level work for training/development purposes. 

  • Participation in professional organizations such as APA, ULI, NAIOP, etc.
  • Participation in staff meetings, office events and office committees. 
  • Development of basic competency in general planning and identification of an area of specialty. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

To perform successfully in this position, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties above 
in a satisfactory manner. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 


  • Master’s degree (or equivalent) preferred.
  • Typically, two or more years of relevant experience. 


  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to present project materials and information clearly and concisely.
  • Excellent organizational skills. 
  • Ability to understand, analyze and process complex technical information and materials. 
  • Can conduct efficient direct source research techniques, including technical reference documents, government regulations and maps.
  • Coordinate effectively with government representatives, project consultants and client representatives. 
  • Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively in a team framework. 
  • Capable of organizing project files for reports, maps and plans. 
  • Capable use of MS Office products. 
  • Ability to use sound discretion and independent judgment. 
  • Self-motivated/self-directed. 

G70 is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer – Veteran & Disability

Experience Level
Mid I (1-4 years)
AICP Level
Land Use and Development Regulation and Zoning
Salary Range