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The Challenge! We are looking for local candidates that have 1-2 years’ experience in Georgia planning and zoning. CH2M provides a range of custom-tailored operations and maintenance solutions. As the Planner I, you will provide and perform a variety of professional planning activities for the City. We are looking for an “Early Talent” Planner for this position with 1-2 years’ experience. The purpose of this position is to perform staff support and professional planning services for the City of Johns Creek Community Development Department.
The two interns will work as part of ARC’s Transportation Access and Mobility Division’s planning team, within the Planning and Implementation Sections, and will assist with a variety of tasks. As the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the 20-county Atlanta region, the selected interns will be exposed to a broad range of professional growth opportunities. ARC desires two talented individuals that have a variety of interests and skills and can collectively address as many of the responsibilities identified below as possible. Submitted resumes should indicate the responsibilities each applicant is best suited.
This is a highly skilled professional position responsible for supervising, coordinating, and administering the City’s planning and zoning functions. This position is also responsible for skilled planning technical work including annexation, rezoning, and variance application reviews, sign reviews; code enforcement overview; providing research and organizational support to the Director of Community Development and other staff.
The Director of Community Development performs department level supervisory and technical work associated with zoning, enforcement of codes and ordinances, issuing of permits and licenses, and planning community facility projects. Position serves at the pleasure of mayor and council with general administrative functions provided by City Manage. Mixture of outdoor field work and office activity with some night meetings required.
The purpose of this classification is to oversee land use planning and zoning activities in unincorporated areas of the County and to provide technical assistance to County Officials. Ensure the orderly development of The County, effects of the quality of economic opportunity for County residents, and affects of the overall image of the County. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing operations related to planning, development, zoning, and enforcement issues within the department. This position makes the official determinations regarding interpretations of zoning, subdivision, tree, and other ordinances of Clayton County. This position is appointed by the Board of Commissioners and work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Community Development.
This is a full-time, permanent position responsible for the processing of development projects and plans in accordance with established policies and procedures. The position is also responsible for coordinating the application and review process for rezoning petitions, special exceptions and variances from the zoning regulations, and drafting amendments to development codes and ordinances. Establishes a work plan and supervises the daily activities of assigned staff in completing activities related to development review. The person in this position works directly with a variety of stakeholders to complete these activities. More details on the principal duties and responsibilities are in the online job announcement.
This is a full-time, permanent position responsible for completing transit planning work tasks as part of the Augusta Regional Transportation Study (ARTS). Under the general supervision of the Strategic Long Range Planning Manager, develops transit plans, identifies funding sources, prepares grant applications and completes various administrative tasks. The person in this position works closely with other planners, transportation stakeholders and the general public. Provides updates on transit planning and administrative activities to ARTS committees and the general public. More details on the principal duties and responsibilities are in the online job announcement.