The City of Lexington is currently seeking a full time Senior Planner, Zoning within the Division of Planning. The Division works to provide a vision and strategy that will allow Lexington to grow and prosper while preserving, protecting, and enhancing existing neighborhoods, downtown and the rural Bluegrass cultural landscape.
The Senior Planner, Zoning is located within the Planning Services section of the Division. This sections implements the adopted Comprehensive Plan, coordinates development activities, and provides staff support for the Planning Commission including the Accela citizen portal, zone map amendments (zone changes), development plans, subdivision plats, Zoning Ordinance text amendments, Board of Architectural Review appeals, and cell towers.
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The Henderson City-County Planning Commission and GIS, which serves a one-county planning area with three governmental entities and total population of 46,000, is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Assistant/Finance Secretary.
This position requires responsible administrative work in finance, planning, organizing, and human resources for all activities of the Planning Commission. It requires a strong understanding of budgets as they pertain to a public service agency. The Executive Assistant/Finance Secretary is also responsible for assisting employees with insurance and retirement benefits, payroll, time sheets and other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred with a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in budgeting and finance. Experience using SAGE 50 Edition Accounting and Business Management software preferred. View full job description here.
The Stantec Community Development group is seeking a full-time Resilience Planner who will bring energy and creativity to Stantec’s growing resilience practice. Your work supporting development of forward-looking resilience plans and vulnerability assessments will compliment Stantec’s multi-disciplinary technical expertise in building communities that thrive in the wake of hazards, shocks, and stressors, including the impacts of a changing climate.
In this role, your strong understanding of comprehensive planning, land development regulations, and design guidelines will contribute to advancing community resilience, hazard mitigation, and climate adaptation. You will also support vulnerability assessments and stakeholder engagement to help communities understand, communicate, and reduce their current and future climate and hazard vulnerabilities. You will be responsible for supporting exceptional deliverables through project life cycles, achieving client satisfaction, and maintaining profitability for the projects we execute. View full job description here.
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