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Land Development Administrator

Category: Other
Description:
Date: April 15, 2024 Position: Land Development Administrator Department: Development Services Salary: $55,160.03 – $71,708.06 (based On Experience) Annually - With 5% Increase After Successful 6month Probation Hours: 40 Hours /week; Office Hours Range From 8:00am-4:30pm With Some Evening Meetings GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS The Purpose Of This Position Is To Carry Out The Operations Of The Development Services Department Related To Land Use. This Includes GIS Support For Waynesville Planning, Flood Plain Management, Land Development Standards Enforcement, Sign Permitting And Enforcement, Plan Review, And Implementation Of The Town’s Comprehensive Plan. This Position Class Will Work With The Board Of Adjustment, Planning Board, Historic Preservation Commission, And/or Arts Commission; And Will Perform Related Professional, Administrative And Technical Work As Required. This Position Class Plans, Organizes And Implements Programs Within Major Organizational Policies, Reports Program Progress To Executive-level Administration Through Reports And Conferences, And Presents Information To The Town Council And The Public. ESSENTIAL TASKS The Tasks Listed Below Are Those That Represent The Majority Of The Time Spent Working In This Class. Management May Assign Additional Related Tasks Or Focused Management Of Special Projects Related To Land Use Planning And Zoning Enforcement As Necessary. • Participate In The Daily Activities And Operations Of The Development Services Department, Ensuring Department Compliance With Applicable Federal, State And Local Laws And Regulations. • Provide Staff Support, Training, And Information To The Zoning Board Of Adjustment, Historic Preservation Commission, Public Art Commission, And Planning Board As Assigned, To Ensure Members Have Knowledge And Understanding Of Their Responsibilities And Authority Under North Carolina Statutes. This Includes Evaluation And Organization Of Case Files Regarding Appeals, Variances, And Conditional Rezonings; Advisement Of Local Officials And Other Entities On Zoning Issues And Projects; Preparation Of Presentations For Local Boards And Commissions And The Public, And Making Recommendations To Such Groups As Required.   • Review And Approve Site Plans And Applications To Ensure Compliance With The Town’s Land Development Standards And Any Other Applicable Local, State Or Federal Laws. This Includes The Issuance Of Certificates Of Zoning Compliance, Preparation And Presentation Of Staff Reports Before Boards And Commissions, Sign Permits, Applications For Local Historic Landmarks Or Certificates Of Appropriateness, Subdivisions, And Other Types Of Applications. • Manage Natural Resource Tasks Such As Landscape And Stream Buffer Planning; Review And Issuance Of Sedimentation And Erosion Control Permits; Floodplain Management, Including Review And Approval Of Development Permits In Special Flood Hazard Areas, Slope And Hillside Protection, Conservation Subdivi
Employer: Town of Waynesville
Expires: 5/26/2024
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