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Planner II

City of Marco Island

Marco Island, FL United States

How to Apply
URL: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marcoisland
Email: LSanford@cityofmarcoisland.com

Work Objective

Performs a variety of complex administrative, technical, and professional work in collecting, organizing, analyzing, and presenting zoning, planning, and land development data. Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local zoning, code, ordinance, and related development regulations. Identifies, evaluates, and participates in resolving land development issues including, but not limited to, private property, business/commercial properties, land use, and real estate development. Develops and recommends solutions consistent with the City's comprehensive plan. Work is performed independently under limited supervision with moderate latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment. Position typically requires processing and interpreting of more complex, less clearly-defined issues.

Examples of Essential Functions

The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

  • Conducts plan review of site development and site improvement plans for compliance with the Land Development Code (LDC)
  • Reviews and analyzes proposed updates to ordinances and amendments; prepares drafts, documentation, and analyses for implementation of ordinances and updating the comprehensive plan
  • Researches, reviews, prepares, and/or approves executive summaries, temporary use permits, and building permits; presents petitions before the Planning Board
  • Conducts site visits of properties and completes inspections
  • Conducts and develops research relevant to planning through various resources, including but not limited to, online technologies, professional organizations and libraries, industry experts, surveys, field interviews, committees, and public meetings
  • Compiles and develops collected data into various records and reports; organizes and maintains records, files, correspondence and relevant documentation for ready retrieval and archive purposes
  • Provides support to various sections within the department regarding verbal clarification and/or interpretations and research; provides technical and advisory services to city officials and other City staff as required
  • Provides the public with information related to the status of projects; assists the public with questions related to zoning/development regulations and redevelopment issues
  • Meets with property owners, business owners, and residents to discuss their planning needs and concerns
  • Researches planning and development practices, including innovative planning initiatives toward the development and potential implementation by the City
  • Prepares scope of work when engaging consultant services for developing and conducting comprehensive long-range planning studies
  • Services as project manager for highly complex, multi-disciplinary projects (i.e. consultant oversight, interdivisional and interagency coordination, inclusive civic and business community participation, positive media relations, etc.)
  • Oversees the development of the city's commercial inventory

Salary: $81,274 to 98,804 annually, dependent upon benefits selected. Open until filled.

Experience Level
Mid II (4-8 years)
AICP Level
Desirable
Specialty
Land Use and Development Regulation and Zoning
Salary Range
$81,274 to 98,804 annually

Contact Information

Leslie Sanford