The Green River Area Development District, a multi-jurisdictional planning and development agency, has an opening for the following full-time position, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNER.
Seeking a motivated individual to develop and administer a variety of Community & Economic Development Projects on behalf of local and regional entities. Responsibilities shall include (but will not be limited to) the development and administration of federally and state funded projects, the creation and implementation of strategic plans as well as long-range plans, and the completion of grant applications for funds needed to address community concerns.
Position requires Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, Public Administration, Political Science, Regional & Urban Planning, or related field. Two years of related experience preferred. Must be able to handle multiple projects, work effectively with staff, public officials, and general public on a regular basis. Applicant must possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Grant writing experience is preferred.
Submit resume by August 7, 2020 to Ms. Joanna Shake, Executive Director, Green River Area Development District, 300 GRADD Way, Owensboro, KY 42301-0200 or by email in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Owensboro/Daviess County Kentucky, home of Bluegrass and BBQ, is the regional cultural, culinary, and transportation hub for Western Kentucky. Over the past decade our community has experienced a downtown revitalization. Through public/private partnerships our downtown has grown with construction of a new state of the art convention center, two hotels (with a third in the planning stage), and multiple mixed use developments. We have an exciting opportunity to expand our planning staff and are looking for a creative, problem-solving individual to join our team.
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Assists in the coordination of Louisville Metro's bicycle and pedestrian transportation programs, budgeting of facility modifications, and works with Metro staff, neighborhood residents and community members to identify and resolve community issues.
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Under general administrative direction, plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and evaluates all activities and programs of the Department; responsible for planning functions for the city; performs related work as required.
SALARY RANGE: $61,176 - $102,405 Annually
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