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GovTemps - Interim Planners

Seeking experienced Planners for potential interim assignments.


GovTempsUSA, a division of GovHR USA, assists local governments across the country with their short and long-term staffing needs. Many of these positions are in the Planning field such as Community Development Directors, Senior Planners, Zoning Planners and more. Interim assignments can be as short as one month for project type assignments or as long as a year. The work week can range from 20-40 hours/week.  Interim assignments are perfect for retirees, professionals in transition, and candidates who are seeking a career in local government.  


Why Choose GovTempsUSA? 


  • Earn Income. The pay rate is competitive and the benefits are good. Eligible employees can take advantage of available medical benefits and an employer matched IRA of up to 3% of salary.
  • Security. GovTemps maintains professional liability insurance and workers’ compensation for all its employees.
  • Secure a full-time job that is not always posted. Several GovTemps employees have been hired on a permanent basis. 
  • Stay Sharp.  Learn new skills and refine existing ones. 


If you are a retiree and receiving a government pension, you may be restricted in your ability to continue working for a local government in the State in which you are receiving the pension.  As an employee of GovTemps, those restrictions typically do not apply.


To learn more, contact Senior Vice President Mike Earl at 224-261-8366 or  


Posted:Feb 05, 2018

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