The Office of Advanced Planning envisions, designs, and implements long-range planning solutions to create a vibrant sense of place where people want to live, work and innovate. The strategic initiatives carried out by Advanced Planning are designed to empower neighborhoods, increase transportation access, remediate contaminated post-industrial sites, and tell the story of Louisville and its people through public art. The Office specializes in community and cross-department engagement to plan for growth, development, and investment across Louisville.
Advanced Planning is tasked with leading several key, county-wide initiatives, namely: Vision Louisville, a broad, big picture, big idea plan for the city; Move Louisville, a 20-year multi-modal transportation plan to enhancing access and mobility in our community and Plan 2040, Louisville’s recently adopted Comprehensive Plan. Advanced Planning is part of Louisville Forward which is an integrated approach to economic and community development in Louisville, KY.
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Position: Planning & Permits Technician Internship
Job Summary: The purpose of this entry level position is to assist in the accomplishment of the responsibilities and functions of both Hardin County Planning & Development and the KY Building Code Program. This includes the administration and implementation of the Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Regulations, Building & Electrical Codes and other regulations and ordinances as adopted by the Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment and Fiscal Court.
Qualifications: At a minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, architecture, business or public administration, geography, business or the social sciences with one year of work experience in a professional office environment is required. Previous internship or job experience in land use planning, real estate or government preferred.
General Duties: The Planning & Permits Technician must be highly detailed and organized, possess problem solving skills, have the ability to multitask, have a desire to work with citizens and possess the ability to explain government regulations and procedures. Responsibilities include answering phone calls, maintaining files, preparing correspondences and fielding questions from the general public. The Planning & Permits Technician will perform research and process a variety of land use / building / electrical permit applications, assist in the preparation of public hearing presentations / packets and take minutes at meetings. Requires working with surveyors, engineers, developers, real estate agents, government employees, property owners and neighbors of proposals. Skills needed include customer service, written & oral communication and Microsoft Office computer skills; ArcGIS mapping and/or QuickBooks experience a plus.
The salary for this position will depend on qualifications and experience. We offer competitive pay and an excellent retirement & benefits package.
Please submit resumes with cover letters, references, college transcripts and work samples or portfolio to: Hardin County Planning & Development,
Director, Adam King, AICP, 150 N. Provident Way, Suite 225, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgetown, KY United States
Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission is seeking an entry level, professional planner who performs a variety of administrative and technical work oriented to current, long range and/or community planning. This team member's work will include research, analysis, plan/report preparation, and work with committees and the public, in a supportive role to the Senior Planner. Serves as a staff planner for Board of Adjustment cases under the direct supervision of the Senior Planner. See full job description.
Education: Bachelor's degree in planning, public administration, or related field is required.
Experience: Minimum one (1) year of professional planning experience, including internships, of a progressively responsible nature in a public or private planning agency is required. A Master's degree may be substituted for the experience requirement.
To apply submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Deadline for applications will be March 12, 2021 at 4:30 P.M.
Salary range $36-$42,000/year Depending on qualifications.
Open Position – Entry Level (0-4 yrs)
Land Design and Development, Louisville KY
Land Design and Development, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary firm located in Louisville, KY. LD&D provides Landscape Architecture, Planning, Surveying and Civil Engineering services to the private and public sector. LD&D designs and engineers a wide variety of projects from large-scale commercial and residential developments to small scale landscape projects. Please visit our webpage at www.ldd-inc.com.
We are seeking a graduate of Landscape Architecture with design skills, computer experience, the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and adapt to changing priorities and deadlines.
To Apply: Email your cover letter, resume and portfolio to Ann Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org
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