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This position is responsible for developing and administering planning and development activities for the City as well as Decatur County. This position is also responsible for the administration of the city’s zoning ordinance, the city and county land subdivision regulations, tree ordinance, historic preservation ordinance and storm water ordinance.
Are you a talented planning professional with experience in historic tourism communities, or know
someone who is? Doesthe idea of being an integral part of a dynamic team in an award‐winning university
community in the mountains of the southeast appeal? If so, and customer service in the planning
profession is a passion of yours, applying as the Community Development Director of the City of
Dahlonega, Georgia might be an effective use of your time.
Under general direction, the Director of Facility Plan/SPLOST oversees student enrollment forecasting, capital planning support, real asset acquisition, inventory of facilities and real property, geographic information systems, and public communications with the community and local governments.
Researches and evaluates zoning codes and zoning information, reviews applications for permits to determine compliance with zoning requirements and subdivision regulations, and acts as staff support for the Planning Commission. Assists the public in researching zoning and development review cases, determines feasibility of requested changes, and describes procedures for obtaining permits.
The purpose of this job is to research and prepare information related to planning functions within the Planning Department. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, reviewing of site plans, reviewing and recording of minor subdivision plats, administering development related ordinances and regulations, writing and reviewing reports, reviewing plans, assisting and directing developers, approving permits, and performing additional tasks as assigned.
Federal Planner with a Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Civil Engineering or related area and having 2+ years of experience in Federal or Military Planning, serving large Federal government agencies or the Department of Defense branches of the military performing planning related studies.
Federal Planner with a Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Civil Engineering or related area and having 5+ years of experience in Federal or Military Planning, serving large Federal government agencies or the Department of Defense branches of the military performing planning related studies.