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Current Opportunities with the Cape Cod Commission


Regional Housing Specialist - Starting $76,949 - $84,074/yr. See job description.

Supports regional housing needs through technical assistance, research, analysis and community outreach.  Provides targeted assistance on affordable and other housing issues. Promotes a mix of housing types for a broad cross-section of Cape residents and incorporates mixed use and smart growth development principles with access to jobs and services. Encourages and supports efforts to plan for healthy, vibrant communities, housing and community development, while balancing the natural and human built environments.

Collects and analyzes data related to the existing housing stock, housing market, current and future housing demand, and other data; researches and provides updates on the progress of the region in reaching its housing goals.

Participates in public forums, workshops and conferences; makes presentations; facilitates discussions regarding housing and community development issues affecting the region. Monitors state and federal policies and programs. Develops grant and other funding proposals.

Requires an ability to manage and coordinate projects and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of public and private groups. Requires independent judgment, and initiative and superior communication and organization skills. Bachelor’s degree in public administration, community development, urban or regional planning/design or related plus five years of experience in community development, land use planning controls, housing or economic development planning, housing advocacy and financial analysis/underwriting; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Please apply online at

 Position open until filled


Transportation Planner/Engineer – Starting $69,802 - $76,271/yr. See job description.

Work collaboratively on a variety of transportation related projects. Determine data collection requirements and methodology, conduct field work, collect and analyze data utilizing GIS and transportation modeling software, and prepare reports and presentations.

Requires superior communication, analytical, quantitative and organizational skills; knowledge of transportation planning principles and practices, relevant land use planning, economic, sociological and environmental impacts of traffic and transportation projects. 

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in transportation planning, engineering, land use planning or related and one year of experience, including experience in analytical techniques; Master’s Degree preferred; or an equivalent combination of education and experience 

Please apply online at 

Position open until filled


Special Projects Coordinator - Starting $73,285/yr. See job description.

Works with staff and stakeholders to communicate complex information related to the economy, housing, infrastructure planning, environment, coastal resilience and other regional issues. Ability to visualize data, prepare public presentations and create graphic media. Supports public education through media outlets and by addressing local and regional officials and community groups. Ability to manage projects, plan, organize, analyze problems, formulate recommendations, and prepare reports. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of public and private groups including elected officials.

Requires superior communication, organization, writing, public presentation and graphics skills, and independent judgment and initiative. Bachelor’s degree in economics, regional or urban planning, communications, graphic design, public administration or related field plus three to five years of experience at the local, regional or state level; master’s degree preferred; combination of private and public sector experience desirable; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Please apply on-line at

Position open until filled


Traffic Counting Technicians - $19.00/hr. See job description.

Two to three positions available for the Summer 2023 season (mid-May to late August) to set up traffic counters and collect and process data collected from the counters; manage the traffic count database; assist in the Regional Transportation Planning Process; conduct turning movement counts at selected Cape Cod intersections perform speed studies and assess roadway pavement conditions. The ideal candidates will have completed at least one full year of technical courses related to the position (engineering, transportation planning), willing to work in a team environment and be familiar with Microsoft Windows, Office, spreadsheet/database programs and Geographic Information Systems.

Valid motor vehicle operator's license and access to a reliable vehicle to perform field work as well as the ability to lift objects up to 50 lbs. required.

Please apply online at, and include a resume and list of relevant courses completed or transcript.

Position open until filled.


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Human Resources
P.O. Box 427
Barnstable, MA 02630
Phone: (508) 375-6648


Items Last Updated January 27, 2023

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