The City of Ashland, Kentucky, is hiring a Planner I/II.
Min. beginning salary per grade: $42,689/yr. / $52,266/yr.
Class Characteristics: Under general direction, performs short and long term planning involving research, analysis, and administration of planning, zoning, historic preservation and other development controls; conducts research related to and prepares applications for federal, state and local grants.
General Duties and Responsibilities: Evaluates applications and prepares staff reports for various permits, amendments, appeals, or other applicable programs/regulations. Presents information to the Board of Zoning Adjustment, Planning Commission, or other groups. Answers inquiries regarding zoning and subdivision ordinance requirements. Researches planning-related issues and prepares reports with findings and recommendations. Reviews building permits and site plans for compliance. Inspects property for compliance with approved plans and property maintenance code. Prepares correspondence in response to requests for information and to compel compliance with ordinances. Assists with community development activities. Researches information related to federal, state, and local grants. Prepares applications for federal state and local grants. Performs other related duties as assigned.
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American Structurepoint is looking for a supportive and energetic project planner that shares our interest in improving the quality of life for our clients and the communities we serve. Candidates should have a strong belief in the value of community engagement, should be comfortable working in a collaborative environment and should have a passion for providing informed, innovative and creative strategies and solutions. Click here for the full job announcement.
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