The City of Nicholasville Human Resources Department will accept applications to fill the position of Director, Department of Planning and Zoning, grade 40, grade scale range per hour min $ 42.63- max over a period of time $ 63.94. Final hiring rate determined during final step of interview process. This is a full time exempt position with a comprehensive benefit plan that includes health, vision and dental coverage on date of hire, accidental death & dismemberment insurance, life insurance, state retirement and company vehicle.
Responsible for the planning, development, coordinating and management of the activities of the department: develops formation, installation, modification and improvement of The Comprehensive Plan and specialized plans for the physical development of the City; develops goals and objectives for the department; supervises staff activities, coordinates personnel efforts; formulates, updates and administers The Comprehensive Plan, building codes, condemnation codes, subdivision regulations, flood regulations, and zoning ordinances: provides professional and technical advice to the Department, Mayor, City Commission, Planning Commission, Board of Adjustments and other City departments; performs related work as required.
Applicants must be able to attend meetings after normal working hours on a regular basis. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license issued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a condition of continued employment in the position.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in urban planning, public administration, or closely related field from an accredited college or university supplemented by five (5) years’ work experience in administrative and supervisory experience and urban planning or closely relate field. Preference given to master’s degree in urban planning.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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The Boone County Planning Commission is interested in hiring a Senior Planner. We are looking for a long-range focused individual who works well independently and in leading collaborative community discussions on a wide range of planning and community development projects. This position assists the Director of Community Development Services in performing high level land use planning and community development functions including comprehensive planning, historic preservation, land conservation, economic development, infrastructure planning and data analytics work. The perfect candidate will be capable of effectively communicating information and policies to and with community representatives.
Boone County, Kentucky is part of the Cincinnati MSA. It is the leader in population, housing and employment growth in Northern Kentucky and home to CVG Airport. The community has a diverse and growing economic base of manufacturing, logistics, retail, office, educational, tourism and recreational businesses.
Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in planning or related field and at least 3-5 years of relevant work experience in land use planning or community/economic development fields. Demonstrated technical, interpersonal, public speaking, organizational, computer (GIS), research, and written skills are required.
Certification in planning, historic preservation or economic development is preferred but not a requirement. Experience with a Certified Local Government Program is a plus but not required. Training can be provided for a candidate who demonstrates a strong desire and ability to achieve career enhancing certifications and advanced knowledge of preservation programs. Get full job description and details here.
Starting salary range is approximately $58,000-$71,000 a year dependent on qualifications and a generous benefits package includes excellent medical benefits at minimal premium and no deductible cost, zero employee cost dental coverage, paid time off, 12.5 Holidays annually, and CERS retirement benefits.
Send letter of interest and resume to: Jenna M. LeCount, AICP, Director, Community Development Services, Boone County Planning Commission,
P.O. Box 958, Burlington KY 41005,
The Township of Pierce, Ohio (Clermont County) invites sealed proposals to perform a comprehensive facility and space needs analysis for the community’s government facilities. The Township Board of Trustees set as the highest priority in the most recent two-year goal setting process an analysis of current facilities and development of options to meet the space needs of the government services for the next thirty years. This evaluation will require the support of a consultant with significant experience in space assessment of government and public safety facilities. The work will assess the current facility and space usage by Department, job functions, adjacency, and determining the needs for multi-function spaces as well as expanded public use facilities within government buildings. To request a copy of the proposal, please call the Pierce Township offices at (513) 752-6262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals are due by March 30th, 2023 by 3:00 pm. For proposals that are mailed or hand-delivered, please mark on the envelope (or in the subject section of an email) “Pierce Township: Facility Analysis & Recommendations RFP.”
Anderson Township, Ohio, seeks qualified applicants for a full-time Planner position. Located immediately east of the City of Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio, Anderson Township is a progressive community of approximately 44,000 residents and consistently ranks as one of the most desirable places to live in Greater Cincinnati. Anderson Township is well known for its initiatives in Greenspace preservation, its Anderson Trails program as well as recent efforts to develop “Downtown Anderson”. These physical planning activities and achievements have accompanied many quality of life and event offerings which have created a sense of community and enhanced the Township’s character.
The Planner position will assist the Planning and Zoning Director in land use planning, zoning administration, code enforcement, project management and other duties as assigned. This position will also provide assistance to Department customers at the reception area, on phone calls and through other contact measures. The Planner will be responsible for development services activities such as processing zoning applications/certificates, conducting zoning inspections, responding to requests for information, providing staff support to zoning related committees, and GIS mapping. This individual will also assist with other activities, including a work-study program that includes ongoing initiatives in the Township.
Applicants must have an understanding of land use planning, strong written and verbal communication skills and knowledge of computer applications related to planning and geographic information systems. Applicants must already have at least a bachelor’s degree in planning or a related field or be within three months of completing such a degree. Applicants should have at least one (1) year of planning experience (including internships) or at least three (3) years of experience in a similar position. Prior local government experience is preferred. A Master’s degree may substitute for formal planning experience. A valid driver’s license is required. The starting pay range for this position is $23 to $27/hour, depending on qualifications, and includes an excellent benefits package, paid time off, paid holidays, flexible/hybrid work schedule and tuition assistance/professional development.
Cover letters and resumes should be submitted to: U.S. Mail: Paul Drury, Director of Planning & Zoning, Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45230, E-Mail: PDrury@andersontownshipoh.gov
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