|Performs advanced professional planning work responsible for management of the City's Growth Management, Land Development, Transportation Planning, and Urban Design. Assigns, supervises and coordinates tasks and work program activities; provides policy direction and manages work processes and schedules; develops program goals and objectives; develops and administers operating budget. Work is performed under general direction of the City Planning Division Manager and performance is reviewed through conferences, reports and observation of results achieved.|
|Assigns, supervises and coordinates tasks and work program activities for professional, technical and clerical staff; provides policy direction and manages work processes and schedules.
Develops divisional sectional work program for each fiscal year, setting divisional goals and objectives, prioritizing activities and making estimates for projected level of activities.
Participates in and provides direction in the review of development proposals such as subdivisions, Growth Management Plan amendments, rezonings, annexations, abandonments, planned developments, public benefit uses, variances, special exceptions, conditional uses and Developments of Regional impact.
Meets with development professionals, developers, outside agencies, and the public regarding development proposals or other problems, thus serving a key liaison role; participates in community organizations, forums, task forces for purpose of presenting or discussing City developments or planning strategies/programs.
Serves on assigned committees.
Prepares monthly and quarterly performance reports.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of urban planning, land use, and urban design.
Thorough knowledge of recent developments, current literature and sources of information regarding urban planning.
Considerable knowledge of research techniques.
Knowledge of public or business administration with particular reference to City and municipal administration.
Knowledge of database, spreadsheets, graphics, word processing, statistical analysis and publishing software.
Ability to operate personal computer and related equipment.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to analyze facts and exercise sound judgment in decision making.
Ability to interpret planning and zoning laws and administrative rules to other governmental officials and the public.
Ability to supervise subordinate personnel.
|Masters degree in planning, public administration or related field and six (6) or more years urban planning or related experience; or Bachelor's degree in planning, public Administration, or related field and eight (8) or more years urban planning or related experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. At least three (3) years of supervisory or project management experience required. Certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) or equivalent licensing directly related to an applicable area of specialization is required.
REVISED: 11/19/92 BR