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Planner II

Category: Other
The Planning Department Is Looking For An Experienced, Energetic, Hardworking Person That Can Think Outside The Box. This Person Can Use Creative Ways Of Addressing Issues But Stays Withing The Parameters Of The UDO And Town Ordinance. The Department Works Well As A Team And Wants To Find That Person That Is A Team Player Willing To Work To Make The Department Successful By Meeting The Needs Of The Customer. Responsibilities Conducts Review Of Various Development Applications Including Plats, Permits, Site Plans, Variance Requests And Rezoning Requests, Especially As It Applies To Transportation Regulations. Interprets And Applies Applicable State, County And Local Codes, Ordinances And Regulations Prepares And Presents Detailed Reports, And Presentations For Elected And Appointed Boards. Assists With Updates And Maintenance Of Comprehensive Plan And Unified Development Text Amendments. Writes And Presents Formal And Technical Reports, Working Papers, And Correspondence Identifies Community Problems, Issues, And Opportunities In Particular Neighborhoods That Could Be Mitigated Through Better Community Planning Develops Long Range Plans For Communities With Common Developmental Issues Evaluates Adequacy Of Community Facilities In Meeting Current And Projected Needs Does Project Management For Various Public Improvement Plans. Collaborates With The Planner 1 For Geographic Information System Maintenance And Activities To Include Mapping, Verification Of Data Accuracy, And Maintenance Of Database Information, And Coordination With Other Agencies As Needed. Qualifications Oral Communication And Interpersonal Skills To Present Research Findings To Various Boards And Committees Creative Problem-solving Skills Group Facilitation Skills Excellent Ability With Computer Programs And Applications, Which May Include Microsoft Office, Internet Applications, Econometric Or Transportation Modeling, And Database Management Experience In Community Remediation And Redevelopment, And Knowledge Of Relevant Federal Programs Ability To Work Independently Or In A Team Environment As Needed Attention To Detail While Keeping Big-picture Goals In Mind Effective Written And Verbal Communication Skills Graduation From An Accredited College Or University With A Master’s Degree In Urban Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Or Similar Field And Two Years Of Related Experience Or A Bachelor’s Degree And Three Years Of Practical Experience. North Carolina Certified Zoning Official And AICP Certification Are Preferred. Bi-lingual In Spanish Encouraged Zebulon Is An Equal Opportunity Employer. SALARY RANGE: $50,464 - $75,694 - Starting Salary Depends On Qualifications CLOSES: April 23, 2023
Employer: Town of Zebulon
Expires: 4/23/2023