The Pendleton County Fiscal Court seeks highly motivated candidates for the position of Pendleton County Planning and Zoning Director until 4:00 p.m. on August 2, 2019 at the office of the Pendleton County Judge Executive, Courthouse, 233 Main Street, Room 4, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040. Minimum requirement is a high school diploma. A college degree and experience in the discipline of planning and zoning is preferred but not required. Salary based on education and experience. The Pendleton County Fiscal Court also provides healthcare coverage and retirement benefits.
Specific job description and duties are as follows:
Administer the Pendleton County zoning ordinance, issue zoning permits, citations for zoning violations and conduct field work for zoning compliance. Act as staff to the Pendleton County Joint Planning Commission and the Pendleton County Board of Adjustments, and when needed, administer the Pendleton County Subdivision regulations.
Position reports directly to the Pendleton County Judge Executive with input and ultimate authority provided by the Pendleton County Fiscal Court.
Must have knowledge of zoning administration, ability to meet and work well with the public and willingness to progress with suitable training to better perform job functions.
The Lincoln Trail Area Development District is seeking a motivated and dynamic individual to serve as Transportation Planner, providing direct support and coordination of Regional Transportation Planning and Highway Safety programs. Position requires a Master’s degree in Planning, Engineering, Public Administration, Political Science (with emphasis in transportation), or related field; and at least one-year related experience. A Bachelor’s degree in one of the above fields combined with three years of related experience is acceptable.
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The City of Covington, KY is seeking a dynamic, customer service-oriented, experienced, individual to administer our zoning code for this unique community of 42,000 in the Greater Cincinnati area. This is an exciting time in Covington with multiple urban revitalization projects underway and a new approach to zoning. The city is currently working with a team of national consultants to move from a Euclidean code to a hybrid form-based development code. Our new administrator will help manage the development of this new code and administer it when complete in 2020. For more details or to apply visit: https://www.covingtonky.gov/residents/employment/opportunities