Current listing of jobs submitted by GPA members and non-members.
This position requires a combination of skills, experience and education including, but not limited to the following. The successful candidate must be a detail-oriented self-starter and quick learner with exceptional organizational skills and a demonstrable track record of achieving goals. Creativity and strong problem-solving and negotiation skills are essential. The candidate must be able to manage competing and changing priorities and multiple simultaneous projects involving cross-functional project teams within budgetary and schedule constraints.
The Deputy Building Official is under the general direction of the Building Code Administrator. The Building Department is comprised of five divisions including Plan Review, Licensing, Sign Inspection, Inspection, and Permitting and operates with an annual budget of roughly $7.5 million and 63 employees.
CPL, a full-service architecture, engineering and planning firm providing Planning & Development services for the City of Chamblee, GA is seeking to add a Planning Coordinator to our team. The candidate will work full-time in the City of Chamblee’s Planning and Development Department in Chamblee, GA. This position provides a wide range of Planning and Zoning related duties. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and eager to be a part of a growing and progressive City.
Forsyth County is looking for a Planner II for the Long Range Planning Division. The role of the Planner II is to provide professional support for long-range planning projects including comprehensive plan updates and ordinance amendments. This role requires working independently and as part of a team to address long-range planning issues that will involve research, analysis, plan review, and communications with a variety of stakeholders including government boards and agencies. This position also routinely provides information and technical assistance to the public.
The position of Planning Technician is an entry-level role. The Planning Technician spends a significant amount of time on routine administrative tasks, works closely with the public on a regular basis to provide customer service on planning issues, and may be asked to perform delegated professional-level (Planner I) duties of limited complexity. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.