Douglas County Board of Commissioners
Description of Job / Position
The incumbent researches and evaluates zoning codes and zoning information, reviews applications for permits to determine compliance with zoning requirements and subdivision codes, recommend code amendments, acts as staff support for the Board’s decisions and researches and evaluates areas regarding possible rezoning. The Zoning Administrator also assists with development of short-range planning projects and grants. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Planning and Zoning Manager.
Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university with major field of study in Urban Planning or related discipline. Copy of transcript required with application.
- AICP Certification is preferred.
- Minimum of two years professional work experience in related field
- Must have and maintain a valid United States Driver’s License (Class C), a satisfactory motor vehicle record (MVR) and the ability and willingness to drive a county vehicle; if assigned job duties require the use of a vehicle
- Minimum 21 years of age
Employment is contingent on passing a mandatory Physical/Drug Screen/MVR and Background Investigation.
Salary & Benefits
$53,000 – $60,000 annual based on qualifications, plus full benefits package
How to Apply
Resumes may be attached, but a resume without a completed application will not be considered. Include copy of transcript with application.