Planner II Full Time Position- Heritage Resources, Fairfax County Dept. of Planning and Zoning (Fairfax, VA)
Contributed By: Fairfax County Dept. of Planning and Zoning
This job is being re-advertised. If you applied before you do not need to re-apply to be considered.
Serves as a land use planner, and supports the division's efforts to maintain the heritage resources and/or land use elements of the county's Comprehensive Plan. Researches and prepares staff reports for the Architectural Review Board for the review of proposals in the county's Historic Overlay Districts. Performs heritage resource planning and surveying activities. Researches land use, planning and zoning, and existing conditions of individual properties or areas that contribute to Plan amendments and special studies. Collects and analyzes data, evaluates existing conditions and trends, and conducts development review analyses and/or Plan monitoring activities. Prepares a variety of written materials including heritage resource assessments, research reports, staff reports, environmental assessments, planning studies and evaluations, and public hearing items. Makes presentations to senior staff, Architectural Review Board, History Commission, Planning Commission, and Board of Supervisors, task forces and/or citizens groups. Performs other duties as assigned.
The salary offer for the position will not exceed midpoint the advertised salary range.
Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to the following: graduation from an accredited four-year college or university in a planning-related field; and three years of experience in a planning-related field. A master's degree may be substituted for one year of the required experience. The years of experience should include a minimum of two years of experience in the specific area of assignment, e.g., zoning evaluation, zoning administration, zoning enforcement, public facility, environmental and/or land use planning.
Master's degree in historic preservation or planning or closely related field. Progressively responsible professional experience in heritage resources planning or comprehensive land use planning with an emphasis on heritage resources planning. Strong abilities in written and oral communications. Ability to handle multiple deadlines. Experience using word processing, database and GIS software. Experience working in a local government planning office and supporting public boards and commissions. Experience with Section 106 review, and local, state and national historic registers
Keywords: local government, historic preservation, heritage resources, planning, architectural review board
Posted: July 24, 2018
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