The City and County of Denver's Community Planning and Development Department is seeking a dynamic and innovative individual for the position of Principal City Planner. This position will serve as the City's Historic Preservation Officer and lead the City's Landmark Preservation Program.
You will perform advanced specialized planning and review work including guiding the vision for city growth, land use, design and infrastructure development within the context of the Landmark Preservation program. You will provide technical, architectural, design, historical, and policy guidance to City staff, governmental officials, boards and commissions, and regional, state, and national preservation agencies.
Additionally, you'll make presentations to a variety of groups on historic preservation issues, and conduct community-wide training to heighten awareness about historic preservation in the City of Denver.
The successful candidate will have experience in establishing and applying programs, processes and standards for designation and review of Landmark structures and districts, including knowledge of architecture, landscapes, preservation technology, local, state and Federal criteria, including tax credits and Section 106 review as well as effective writing and communication skills.
GIS experience and skills are desired but not required. NCARB, AICP, Historic Preservation Certification or registration as an architect by the Colorado State Board of Registration is desired but not required.
Pay Range: $59473 - $94875
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