We welcome the opportunity to meet talented professionals. If you are interested in a position with Raney, please submit your resume and cover letter to Senior Vice President Cindy Gnos.


For over 40 years, Laurin Associates, a division of Raney Planning & Management, Inc., has been dedicated to providing excellent services to assist in the provision of affordable housing and community development. Laurin Associates has successfully worked on numerous projects with local municipalities, Housing Authorities, State agencies, including California Department of Housing and Community Development, and for-profit and non-profit developers. Laurin Associates’ current specialties include:
  • Affordable and Market Rate Housing Market Studies;
  • Prevailing Wage and Labor Compliance Monitoring;
  • Residential Relocation Plans and Implementation;
  • Financing Applications;
  • Housing and Community Development Studies;
  • Grant Applications, Implementation, and Administration;
  • HOME Project Administration; and
  • Annual Monitoring for HOME-Assisted Rental Projects.

Laurin Associates is seeking a full-time employee to work primarily in the Laurin Associates Division. An ideal candidate will possess:
  • a Bachelor's degree and an interest in affordable housing and community development programs;
  • excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • strong project management abilities;
  • the ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with a diverse client base;
  • the ability to work independently, while prioritizing and managing multiple projects and deadlines;
  • the ability to interpret governmental regulations;
  • the ability to conduct interviews and make public presentations;
  • knowledge of basic mathematics and statistics; and
  • experience with Microsoft Office programs and Adobe Acrobat.

Candidates who are fluent in English and Spanish are encouraged to apply. The position requires in-office presence and will require some overnight travel.

Raney Planning & Management, Inc. is seeking a full-time employee to work primarily in the Raney Division focusing on environmental services. This position will support project managers in research and preparation of CEQA/NEPA documents.

An ideal candidate will possess:
  • A Bachelor's degree in Environmental Planning/Urban Planning, English, Journalism, History, or related field;
  • Two years of recent California professional experience;
  • Strong project management abilities;
  • The ability to coordinate and maintain relationships with local agencies and clients;
  • Knowledge of basic mathematics and statistics;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • The ability to think critically and logically with experience in reviewing technical documents and creating clear, concise client-friendly reports; and
  • Experience with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat.

The following qualifications are preferred:
  • Experience working on a wide range of public and private sector planning, community development, and CEQA projects; and/or
  • Experience with CalEEMod, AERMOD, EMFAC, Photoshop, or GIS.

Raney Planning & Management, Inc. is seeking an account assistant to the bookkeeper. The position will start as part-time, with the opportunity to turn into full-time, as individual training and proficiency in assigned tasks progress. Workload will include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, contract management, data entry, answering phones, filing, and other clerical tasks as needed. The position will also include assistance on tasks needed company wide, including Laurin Associates Division by making phone calls and site visits. Raney Planning & Management, Inc. is proud to maintain a close-knit working community and thus seeks a candidate who can be a team player and contribute to the overall success of the company.

An ideal candidate will possess:
  • College-level analytical skills and a minimum of one year of previous work experience in accounting;
  • Knowledge of MS Office products and QuickBooks software; and
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting and bookkeeping principles and procedures.

The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and multi-tasking skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. The ability to work independently, in a timely manner, and with minimal direction is strongly desired. Candidates should also possess problem-solving skills and the ability to follow complex procedures while maintaining accuracy and attention to detail.

For information on upcoming environmental and planning internships, please contact Vice President / Air Quality Specialist Rod Stinson.


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