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Principal Planner - City of Aspen (Aspen, CO)
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Contributed By: Ross Hastings
Website: http://aspen.gov/jobs

The City of Aspen is hiring a Principle Planner.  A summation of title duties is described herein.  For more information and to submit your application, please see the extended posting on aspen.gov/jobs.

The hiring range for our principal planner role is $89,488 - $100,672.  The Salary Range is $89,488 - $123,039.

Current Planning Caseload

Reviews and analyzes land use applications, written application materials, and other application documents for consistency with applicable provisions of the City’s Land Use Code and Comprehensive Plans. Determines sufficiency of applications for completeness and content. Formulates recommendations and prepares staff reports for assigned land use cases. Researches historical records and matters pertinent to land use applications. Coordinates referral agencies through Development Review Committee (DRC) to facilitate timely, complete and accurate comments.

Confers with Building, Zoning, Environmental Health, and Engineering staff to ensure compliance with code, conditions of approval, and representations of the applicant. Presents staff reports to appointed boards, citizen groups, and elected officials through written communication and oral presentations at public meetings.  Conducts site visits with applicants, appointed, and elected officials.

Current Planning Customer Service

Serves as a second line current planner of the day working to assist the public in person or by phone. Advises public on application process, handles pre-application conferences, reviews applications for completeness and substantive content. Confers with applicants and the public to explain, interpret, and discuss regulations, plans, and polices as they relate to proposed development.

Long-Range & Development Policy Planning

Works with the Community Development Director, Planning Director, Historic Preservation Officer, Community Development Staff, City Manager Office, and elected and appointed officials as needed by doing research, report writing, meeting facilitation, media relations, presentations, budgeting, and other tasks as necessary for the management and facilitation of long-range planning and development policy within the City of Aspen.

Researches, analyzes, and recommends City policies and code changes as assigned through the work program.

Provides support in establishing work program goals, objectives, and budget for special planning projects, long-range planning activities, and development policy. 
Works in coordination with the Climate Action Manager, Chief Building Official, Environmental Health Director and policy officials from other City agencies and regional partners in the development of policies and regulations impacting City Community Development. 

Exercises management of staff on special projects as assigned.

Principal Planner

In addition to the above duties, manages the Long-Range Program for the department including review, delegation, and coordination of all long-range planning activities.  Is considered the City’s authority on all long-range planning efforts.  Supervision of assigned staff involved in the land use application review process and building permit review.  Advise, assist, and exercise supervision over assigned department staff in a professional and timely manner.  Manage assigned staff including but not limited to hiring, orientation, establishing performance goals, evaluation of performance, delegation of tasks and authority, problem solving, coaching, mentoring, counseling, and corrective action as needed.

 


Posted: March 27, 2023
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