|SR DEVELOPMENT REVIEW TECH|
|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Under general direction, performs the most difficult and advance level development review work, including commercial buildings, to determine compliance with the City of Orlando zoning and land development code, as well as other applicable local, state, and federal regulations and standards; serves as the lead technician over subordinate staff; assists with concurrency management; prepares various reports; provides customer service; performs other duties as assigned.|
|Serves as lead technician and reviews work of subordinate Development Review Technicians I/IIs to ensure work is complete and accurate with appropriate technical comments, impact fee calculations, and other related work; edits work, solves problems, and provides training as needed; explains goals, objectives, policies, and procedures; assists in organizing team to accomplish work; distributes and balances workload of team to ensure timely accomplishment of work; maintains records; informs supervisor of training needs, accomplishments, and problems as necessary.
Performs the most advanced and complex development review work including commercial buildings; handles non-routine special assignments including preliminary and final construction plans, specifications, and related documents to ensure compliance with the City's land use and zoning regulations; advises developers or other interested parties on requirements and permit issuance status; recommends alternate ways of gaining compliance with regulations; reviews, processes, and records plats; interprets field survey notes, right of way, and as built drawings to determine characteristics of proposed construction projects; researches history; prepares feasibility reports and conditions for approval for review by supervisor.
Determines a variety of impact fees including street and sanitary sewer fees; reviews and coordinates the processing and allocation of concurrency capacity to ensure adequate levels of service for development (i.e. DRIs, vested rights, agreements, etc.); monitors projects to ensure compliance with initial concurrency determination; maintains concurrency management system with up-to-date account lists, type of credits, and amounts; maintains accurate records; assists with annual concurrency rollover and reports on percentage of built that occurred; responds to inquiries, provides information on account including requirements and quotes.
Assists with preparation of agenda items and reports to the Technical Review Committee (TRC), Board of Zoning Adjustment, etc., ensure documentation is complete and accurate; may conduct research as necessary; provides input and recommendations regarding land use regulations, impact fees, conditions for approval, permits, and related matters; attends various meetings, and serves as liaison with other division and department staff as necessary.
Responds to inquiries, concerns, and complaints from interested parties such as developers, engineers, staff, and other interested parties regarding policy and regulations on development review, permit issuance, impact fees, sewer drainage, driveways, parking lots, and roadways; problem solves routine issues per established standard policies and procedures, refers complicated and non-routine issues to supervisor; explains process and procedure; responds to request for information, and follows up by telephone or in writing as required
|Advance knowledge of zoning and land development plan review as it related to the City of Orlando zoning ordinance and the Land Development Code (Chapters 58-68) which includes Urban Storm Water Management Manual, Sewer Service Policy, and Engineering Standards.
Knowledge of impact fees regulations and Concurrency Management of the Land Development Code, Chapter 59.
Knowledge of commercial building construction, development terminology, design and blueprint reading techniques.
Knowledge of mathematic and ability to perform calculations.
Skilled with reading and interpreting plans, blueprints and related documents.
Skill with preparing written technical reports using proper English.
Ability to lead, train, and motivate staff.
Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines.
Ability to perform administrative work and maintain accurate records.
Ability to identify problems, analyze, and resolve problems.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Ability to read and interpret technical information including ordinances, regulations, legal documents,
Ability to read, interpret, and handle construction plans, specifications, drawings, maps, and plats books and determine compliance with regulations and conditions.
Ability to operates PC and specialized applications to enter, delete, and/or modify data and prepare project reports.
Ability to provide good customer services.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, engineers, developers and other interested parties.
|Associate's degree in engineering technology, public administration, business administration, or other related field and five (5) years experience performing journey level development review including a minimum of three years experience reviewing commercial buildings and calculating complex impact fees.
New job established 8/2007 STM