SALARY: $4,212.00 - $6,318.00 Monthly
OPENING DATE: 02/05/19
CLOSING DATE: 02/24/19 05:00 PM
Planner II is the journey level classification in the professional planning series. The Planner II performs a variety of complex specialized professional planning duties.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Essential Job Functions
Reviews non-administrative and administrative land use cases.
Updates GIS zoning maps.
Updates Planning database.
Assists the public by answering inquiries and providing information concerning land use and subdivision regulations, policies and procedures.
Accepts, reviews and evaluates various land use and subdivision applications; prepares and presents staff reports, including but not limited to power point presentations, analysis and recommendations.
Assists in the analysis and drafts or refinement of land use and subdivision regulations and procedures.
Assists in the development and execution of methods to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of adopted regulations, procedures, plans, programs and strategies.
Conducts complex planning studies/subdivision research on a wide range of subjects including, but not limited to land use, subdivision, zoning, population and economic trends, natural resource protection, housing needs and affordability and growth management.
Conducts meetings involving the general public, special interest groups, County staff, County boards and commissions and any others as assigned.
Responds to requests for information from citizens, developers and others for a wide variety of inquiries including, but not limited to, County plans, policies, procedures, regulations and pending development and building permit applications.
Researches various planning projects that involve field studies, surveys and data analysis.
Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned including creation of maps, research of properties and associated land uses and typing of findings or correspondence as requested by other planning staff.
Performs Planner-On Call duties to assist the public and customers of the Department with completion, review and acceptance of zone district standard forms and application, subdivision laws, regulations and procedures; Issuance of zoning authorization for building permits to include plot plan for compliance.
Assists in the drafting of proposed amendments to the Land Use Code and Comprehensive Plan.
Performs other duties as appropriate for performance of the job.
Fills in for other staff as necessary and/or required.
Attends meetings, classes and trainings as required or requested by supervisor.
Encouraged to recommend changes to improve procedures that would result in efficiencies, cost savings and safety.
Communicates actively, clearly and regularly with supervisor and co-workers on all work-related topics.
Understands, observes and complies with all Governmental, Pueblo County and Departmental policies, procedures and protocols when performing job duties.
Possesses excellent oral and written skills to communicate effectively.
Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with Pueblo County employees from same or different departments/offices, entities and customers.
Effectively manages multiple projects at once.
Effectively deals with stressful situations.
Easily adapts to sudden and unexpected changes in work assignments.