Current listing of jobs submitted by GPA members and non-members.
Under the supervision of the Transit Program Manager, performs work at the advanced working level and supervises other professionals engaged in the delivery of transit program activities involving rural and urbanized area transit systems in Georgia receiving assistance from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) transit programs.
Under supervision of the Transit Program Manager, provides supervision to multiple transportation specialists and professional support in transit planning activities assigned to Transit Program within the Division of Intermodal. The Transit Planning Manager plays a key role in carrying out the mission of the GDOT Transit Program to support the planning of transit systems at the statewide level and to support the transit activities carried out by metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), regional commissions (RCs), and local jurisdictions, as appropriate.
Under the supervision of the Transit Program Manager, performs work at the advanced working level and supervises other professionals to ensure the Transit Program’s financial assets are adequately safeguarded and all financial reporting is accurate and prepared in compliance with all state and federal regulation, including 2 CFR Part 200, the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principle and Audit Requirements for Federal awards to non-Federal entities.
This is the senior level of two levels of the Urban Planner classification that reports directly to the Planning & Zoning Manager. The position is responsible for performing development review for new projects and redevelopment projects, and for coordinating site inspections and enforcing City zoning codes, sign codes, tree preservation and landscape codes, architectural codes and related codes, as well as performing inspections to ensure compliance with such codes.
The purpose of this classification is to supervise and manage the work of Geographic Information Systems staff, mapping City services within an assigned City department. Responsibilities include supervising work of assigned staff to ensure the performance of database design, application programming, and needs analysis.
This position acts as the lead staff reviewer on planning issues for the City of South Fulton, located within the Planning and Zoning Division of Development Services. Responsible for the administration of zoning and variance issues and applications including but not limited to ordinance amendments, special use permits and conditional use permits; grants; and community development issues.
This position is responsible for moderately complex professional work located in the Zoning Administrative section of Planning and Zoning within the Development Services Department for the City of South Fulton. Interprets and applies applicable municipal, county and state codes, ordinances, regulations, standards, specifications, policies and procedures pertaining to planning, zoning, land development and land use; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations.