The incumbent will prepare studies documenting and perform analysis planning; located at US Army Engineer District, Programs and Project Management Division, Planning Branch, in Huntington, WV. Get full job description here. Deadline to apply is March 8.
The Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC) is an agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet and serves as the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). Working at the KHC provides unlimited opportunities to evaluate and support the long-term preservation of Kentucky’s irreplaceable historic assets in all of our 120 counties. The Restoration Project Manager position (Historic Preservation Tax Credit Reviewer) is primarily responsible for working with applicants seeking state and federal historic preservation tax credits for qualifying projects. This position works closely with counterparts within the agency and at the National Park Service to ensure compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Rehabilitation of Historic Properties and provides staff support to other agency programs. The eligible candidate will provide design assistance and consultation, will manage tax credit files and other information related to the review and approval of historic preservation tax credit applications, and will provide periodic training on the historic preservation tax credit process at conference sessions, symposia, workshops and public meetings. View job posting and application portal.
The deadline to apply is 2/26/2023.
City Planner I, Cleveland Heights (OH)
If you enjoy working with others to reach a common vision, then the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio has an opportunity for you! The City of Cleveland Heights Department of Planning is currently seeking a Planner/Zoning Inspector to join its growing Planning team. Cleveland Heights is an inner-ring suburb of Cleveland, Ohio with a population of just under 45,000 people and a combined 2022 budget of over $129M. Cleveland Heights is a dynamic city with a legacy of intentional economic, racial, and cultural diversity and inclusion. With a strong local economy, diverse mix of cultures, new Mayor, and adjacency to Cleveland, the City is on the cusp of a major revitalization. The Planning & Development Department is front and center in allowing that revitalization to be realized as a collaborative team of creative thinkers dedicated to building effective planning processes for our communities through equitable land use & zoning, economic development, energy efficiency & resiliency, community development, racial justice, and environmental health. Click here for for more information and to apply.
RFP - Comprehensive Plan, Greenwood (IN)
The City of Greenwood, IN is seeking proposals from qualified consultants for professional services to assist with the development of its Comprehensive Plan. Responses are solicited in accordance with terms, conditions, and instructions set forth in this Request for Proposal (RFP). All proposals are due no later than 4:30PM EST, March 23, 2023 and responses received after this time and date will not be accepted. Only electronic (submitted via parcel delivery, drop off, or email) submissions will be accepted. Please submit all proposals using the following mailing address, drop off location (installed on media device of your choice), or email (25mb size limit):
Gabriel Nelson, Planning Director
City of Greenwood
300 South Madison Ave
Greenwood, IN 46142
The RFP can be downloaded on the Planning page of the City of Greenwood’s website: https://www.greenwood.in.gov/division/blocks.php?structureid=97#blockContent-179.
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