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Lycoming County Planning & Community Development Seeking Subdivision and Land Development Administrator

posted on March 3rd, 2021  |  Read more

Under the supervision of the Development Services Supervisor, the Subdivision and Land Development Administrator is responsible for the comprehensive and effective administration of the Lycoming County Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance in those municipalities in which it applies. Promotes and performs organized planning which provides for orderly growth and development towards an improved quality of   

City of Lancaster, PA Seeking City Planner

posted on March 1st, 2021  |  Read more

The City Planner is charged with land development design, administration, and enforcement of the City’s Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) in coordination with the Chief Planner and Senior Planner. The employee in this class acts in compliance with the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code and with the standards and requirements, serving as an important project   

Westmoreland County Planning & Development Seeking Housing/Rehabilitation Specialist

posted on February 16th, 2021  |  Read more

The purpose of this position is to facilitate the implementation of the County’s Lead Hazard Control Program. The Housing/Rehabilitation Specialist is responsible for inspecting housing units eligible for lead hazard control/rehabilitation grants or loans, preparing lead hazard control work specifications and cost estimates, providing consultation to homeowners/landlords on lead hazard control/rehabilitation work, and monitoring projects   

City of Parkersburg Seeking Personnel Director

posted on February 10th, 2021  |  Read more

The Personnel Director provides executive leadership and supervision to a coordinated program of urban planning and development, including comprehensive planning, land use planning, housing and community and economic development. Requires the exercise of considerable discretion and independent judgement. Periodic evening meetings and over-night travel is required. Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, economic or community development,   

Montgomery County Planning Commission Seeking Community Planner II

posted on February 1st, 2021  |  Read more

This position requires the individual to be proficient in the terminology and application of the technical and political processes concerned with the use of land, public welfare, and the design of the natural and built environment in general. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES shall include the following: – Manage planning projects for municipal or regional clients   

Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh Seeking Project Manager

posted on January 21st, 2021  |  Read more

The Project Manager plays the critical role of advancing URA development projects, real estate transactions, financial analysis, and general project implementation. The core duties also include assist with fundraising for projects and grant administration, in addition to managing and administering the URA’s tax diversion programs. The Project Manager will shape URA projects, participate on RFP   

Montgomery County Planning Commission Seeking County Planner

posted on December 28th, 2020  |  Read more

The county planner performs various professional planning tasks including land use analysis, subdivision and land development plan reviews, planning advocacy report contributions, data analysis, housing analysis, and general planning agency support. A county planner should have a well-rounded knowledge of planning concepts and be able to utilize that knowledge to help educate public audiences and