The Hardin County Planning & Development Commission is hiring a Land Use Planner.
CHARACTERISTICS: This entry level position is under the direct supervision of the Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and the Director of the Commission. The Land Use Planner must understand and be able to explain the County’s development standards to the general public.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Four year degree with emphasis in geography, land use planning, urban planning, public administration or a related field. Previous internships and/or planning or real estate experience preferred.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: The Land Use Planner must have a desire to work with citizens and possess the ability to explain regulations to applicants so they understand development procedures and successfully complete projects. Responsibilities include taking and processing a variety of applications, preparing public hearing packets, producing maps and graphics to illustrate proposals, perform site visits and develop knowledge of public records maintained by government offices to evaluate development proposals. Requires working with surveyors, engineers, developers, real estate agents, elected officials, government employees, property owners and neighbors of proposals. The planner must review subdivision plats and development plans for compliance with the Development Guidance System Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations. The planner must be able to interpret flood maps (FIRM) and aerial photographs. Skills needed include written & oral communication, Microsoft Office computer skills, ArcGis mapping. The Planner must attend Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment Public Hearings in the evenings.
The starting salary range for this position is $30,000 - $40,000 depending on qualifications.
Please submit resumes with cover letters & references to:
Hardin County Planning & Development
Director, Adam King, AICP
150 N. Provident Way, Suite 225
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
The Bullitt County Planning Commission is accepting applications for one full time Planner 1/Numbering and Enforcement Officer. The staff member will be responsible for assisting in day to day operations of the planning and zoning department, assigning street addresses based on the Bullitt County Numbering System, data entry, and maintenance of all maps and enforcement of zoning and subdivision regulations. The staff member will also assist other staff members as needed. The successful candidate shall have a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, GIS, Geography, or related field and a valid driver’s license.
Applications will be accepted through October 13, 2017. Applications can be picked up at the Bullitt County Fiscal Court Office located at 300 S. Buckman Street. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Please see job description at http://bcplannin6.wixsite.com/bullitt-county-pandz.
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Bullitt County Fiscal Court is an equal opportunity employer.
Louisville Metro Public Works is hiring a Transportation Planner Supervisor.
Supervises and coordinates the development and implementation of studies, plans, policies and projects to improve and protect the City's street and transportation systems
Supervises and trains staff and serves as a technical expert for transportation studies
Provides technical and policy guidance to staff as well as other departments
Exercises supervision over subordinate personnel.
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Planning and Development Services of Kenton County (PDS) is seeking a full‐time professional planner to join the Planning and Zoning Administration team. Located in the heart of the Cincinnati metro region, our agency serves 160,000 residents that live, work, and play in a dynamic setting. Our landscape ranges from rural agricultural areas to true urban development patterns with everything in between. We are neighbors of downtown Cincinnati and are a key part of an energetic region that features diverse arts,
major league sports, multiple higher education institutions, and the natural beauty of hills and valleys of Kentucky's Outer Bluegrass region.
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