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Planner (Non Civil Service), City Of Dallas (Dallas, TX)
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Planner (Non Civil Service), City Of Dallas (Dallas, TX)
The salary listed on this job posting is the starting salary range: amount offered will depend on qualifications. 

The purpose of the Planner position is to focus on the management of change impacting historic properties citywide, which will include undertaking limited research, conducting site visits, liaising with customers/applicants/property owners/designers, review and assessment of applications that typically include architectural drawings or engineering reports, report preparation and presentation, all associated with the Certificate of Appropriateness process.  

This position will also include opportunities for the successful candidate to administer the Historic Preservation Tax Exemption Program, host virtual meetings, contribute to front end web development, and liaise with the City’s Information Technology Services (ITS) for website management.

The Planner will be a technical specialist with a strong background in architectural design review. It is anticipated that there will be opportunities for a proactive outreach role providing information and assistance to customers regarding historic preservation processes, ordinances, appropriate materials, preservation planning, celebrating cultural identity, and safeguarding the special interest of the area.


Essential Functions

Primary responsibilities of the position will include reviewing and investigating changes to historic properties, reviewing approved work authorized in Certificates of Appropriateness, investigating unauthorized work and education and awareness initiatives related to the management of change to historic properties.

Responsibilities will include site visits; research; providing information on the property/application to the public via email, phone, or in meetings; presenting the case at staff review meetings; assisting in the creation of property owner notification and case report for the Landmark Commission (LMC), Task Forces and hearings; assisting with presenting the case at the LMC briefing and public hearings; interdepartmental communications and communication with stakeholders and outside agencies as appropriate. 

Secondary responsibilities may include: administering the Historic Preservation Tax Exemption Program, hosting virtual meetings, contributing to front end web development, liaising with ITS for website management, and assisting with general preservation inquiries and education/awareness/outreach initiatives; or administering a proactive monitoring strategy for historic properties, increasing the emphasis on education and awareness, contributing to training of others in recognizing appropriate change, and assisting with general preservation inquiries and education/awareness/outreach initiatives.  

Individuals should have a basic knowledge of the development process as it pertains to historic preservation and knowledge of geographic information systems and must have the ability to do research in an orderly and timely manner, have the ability to analyze data, abstract problems and issues, and have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a wide variety of customers.

Minimum Qualifications

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Standards Qualifications. 


EDUCATION:


Degree in architecture, historic preservation or a closely-related field with a focus on technical design review, inspection/compliance or construction administration.

EXPERIENCE:

Two (2) years of professional/technical level local government related planning/design review experience.

Two (2) years of professional/technical level experience in a design capacity preferably in an architect’s office or other comparable design-related context.
or
Two (2) years in the capacity of design/project reviewer for a State Historic Preservation Office or equivalent

EQUIVALENCY (IES): 

Qualifications that satisfy the technical design review, inspection/compliance or construction administration component of the education qualifications may be considered to meet the professional qualification/education requirements. 

A certificate or recognized qualification in a closely-related field plus six (6) years of the required experience will meet the education and experience requirements. 

LICENSE and/or CERTIFICATION(S):Valid driver's license with good driving record.

PREFERENCE(S):

Master's degree in architecture, historic preservation or closely related field is a plus.

American Institute of Architects (AIA) membership with a focus on historic resources is a plus.

American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification with a focus on historic preservation is a plus.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY (IES):

Architectural plan review skills
Familiarity with historic districts, historic structures and character-defining features
Familiarity with historic preservation principles, zoning ordinances and best practices
Appreciation for historic materials and details
Complaint resolution and practical problem-solving skills
Monitoring construction in relation to approved drawings
Knowledge of Certificate of Appropriateness application process Spanish
Ability to communicate city policies, best practices and preservation principles under challenging circumstances
MS Office or similar software skills
GIS and front-end web development/website management


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Posted: December 15, 2021
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