Senior Heritage Resources Planner
Fairfax County, Virginia Government
Salary: $69,407.31 - $115,678.37 Annually
Location: Fairfax, Virginia
Job Closing: 1/21/2022
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Fairfax County is seeking a Planner III to serve as a senior heritage resources planner responsible for managing or performing complex heritage resources planning and surveying activities including developing related land use and policy recommendations. This position serves as staff liaison to the History Commission, a non-regulatory board. Researches heritage resources existing conditions, land use, and planning and zoning information to be used in special studies, development review analysis and plan amendments. Prepares a variety of written materials including heritage resource assessments, research reports, staff reports, planning studies and evaluations, and public hearing items. Formulates work programs and serves as team leader on consultant and staff studies. Acts as liaison to citizen task forces or other stakeholder groups. Makes presentations to senior staff, Architectural Review Board, History Commission, Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors, and task forces and citizens groups. Performs other duties as assigned.
Keywords: urban planning, local government, heritage resources, fairfax county, development review, section 106, surveying
Posted: January 3, 2022
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