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Posted: 06/08/2022

Under the general direction  of the City Development  Director, performs advanced professional work
concentrating on short-range planning.    Incumbent  responsibilities  include  advanced  level
citywide  planning,  coordination  and  representation  on  various boards  and  agencies,  
interpreting  concerns  of  Commission, citizens and proprietors, coordination of the development
Permit Application process and the preliminary development application for new development
projects.  Administers the land development regulations   and   comprehensive   land   use   plan   
and   their regulations.   Advanced  professional  planning  work  in  carrying out research
planning projects; researches and drafts policies including   elements   for   the   City’s   
Comprehensive   Plan, coordinates land-use map amendments.  Assists the director with various   
department   projects   including   negotiations   with developers.    Work is reviewed through
oral and written reports for adherence to established policies and procedures.


1.   Administers the City's Comprehensive Plan; prepares reports and   recommendations   affecting  
 planning   and   community development.

2.   Presents  special  projects,  studies  or  other  departmental reports before the staff,
Advisory Board, City Commission, and representative citizen groups.

3.   Reviews development permit applications; creates forms for permit  process  and  conducts  
meetings  with  developers  to resolve permit problems.

4.   Receives   and   processes   applications   for   land   use amendments,   annexations,   
variances,   rezoning,   special

, site plans and PUD amendments.
5. Administers zoning regulations; prepares drafts of new and
amendments to land development regulations.
6. Serves as liaison and mediator between developers and
7. Ensures that there are codes and ordinances which relate to
the use of land within the community.
NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in
this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of
any one position in the class. The omission of an
essential function does not preclude management from
assigning specific duties not listed herein if such
functions are a logical assignment to the position.
A. Training and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university
in planning, public administration or related field and
four years of professional comprehensive experience in
urban planning; supplemented by training in zoning and land
use; or an equivalent combination of professional training
and experience.
Must maintain a valid State of Florida Drivers License as
required by the position.
B. Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:
Knowledge of the principles and practices of modern urban
and environmental planning; familiarity with land
economics, urban design and other related subjects as
applied to community development.
Knowledge of the laws, ordinances, and codes relating to
land use plans and development regulations.
Knowledge of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Land
Development Code.
Ability to prepare accurate, concise, and timely
documentation relative to department projects.
Ability to handle complaints and enforce compliance with
applicable regulations.
Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing,
and to prepare concise, accurate reports and written
recommendation for changes, revisions or amendments to
codes and similar activities.
Ability to maintain effective working relationships with
officials, other departments, public agencies, and the
general public.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Skill in the operation of modern office equipment.
Skilled in the use of computer programs regarding
department needs including Word and Excel.
C. Physical Requirements:
Task involves frequent walking; standing; sitting, some
physical effort in bending, stooping, pulling, pushing,
reaching, stretching, lifting and carrying objects of
moderate weight (30 pounds); with standard dexterity in the
use of fingers, limbs or body in the operation of office
equipment. Task may involve extended periods of time at a
D. Environmental Requirements:
Task is regularly performed without exposure to adverse
environmental conditions.
E. Sensory Requirements:
Task requires visual perception and discrimination.
Task requires oral communications ability.
Task requires sound perception and discrimination
Task requires color discrimination.
Task requires depth perception and discrimination.

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