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Senior Planner
County of Kershaw
Camden, SC
(updated Sep 20, 2014)

 

Planning & Development Director
County of York
York, SC
(updated Sep 10, 2014)

 

Zoning Code Enforcement Officer
City of Greenville
Greenville, SC
(updated Sep 10, 2014)

 

Planning Assistant
Town of Bluffton
Beaufort, SC
(updated Sep 5, 2014)

 

Development Center Coordinator
City of Columbia
Columbia, SC
(updated Aug 27, 2014)

 

Transportation Planning Manager
County of Spartanburg
Spartanburg, SC
(updated Aug 20, 2014)

 

Transportation Planner
Toole Design Group
Spartanburg, SC
(updated Aug 13, 2014)

 

Planner II
County of Columbia
Evans, GA
(updated Aug 2, 2014)

 

Planner
County of Glynn
Brunswick, GA
(updated Jul 11, 2014)

 

Principal Transit Planner
County of Greenville
Greenville, SC
(updated Jul 1, 2014)

 

Planning Director
City of Conway
Conway, SC
(updated Jun 30, 2014)

 

Planner
County of Greenville
Greenville, SC
(updated May 14, 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Planner

County of Kershaw
Camden, SC

Job Summary: Kershaw County is currently seeking candidates for the position of Senior Planner to perform professional and technical work in short- and long-range planning programs related to the development and implementation of land use plans and policies, capital improvements, infrastructure development and other County projects and programs; to oversee Planning division operations, and to perform related professional, administrative and supervisory work as required.  To plan, direct, and supervise the design, implementation, administration, and review of County projects and plans to ensure adequate and effective facilitation of County growth and development; To research and formulate long-range goals for the County, develop policy and position papers, and work closely with administrative officers and/or elected officials.  The planner will work within broad policy and organizational guidelines and do independent planning and implementation, reporting progress of major activities through routine conferences and meetings with the Planning and Zoning Director and Administration.

Essential Tasks: The tasks listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this position.  The Planning and Zoning Director may assign additional tasks as necessary.  Develops, implements, and evaluates short- and long-range growth management, development, land use, transportation, infrastructure, and other plans and codes to meet Kershaw Countyís current and future needs of changing technology and increasing growth.  Plans, organizes and directs planning programs and activities of the Planning and Zoning Department.  Evaluates land use proposals, development designs, subdivision plans, etc., for compliance with County, state and federal laws, regulations, codes and ordinances; evaluates the impact of development proposals and makes recommendations; evaluates environmental impact information and recommends mitigation measures to reduce adverse impact of development.   In a timely manner, coordinates the subdivision review process with other departments within the County and with outside agencies; ensures all comments from these departments are reported to the developer and the plans are modified based on the comments from the reviewing agencies before plans are given final approval and can be recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds.  Provides direct assistance to the Planning and Zoning Director, County Administrator, Planning Commission, County Council, and other boards, commissions, and task forces in planning related matters and various special projects.  Advises the Planning and Zoning Director, Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, County Council, County officials and other entities on planning and development issues and projects; prepares and presents project information and staff recommendations to such groups as required.  Works with the Planning Commission and County Council and its various committees to facilitate any necessary planning or land development ordinance amendments.  Assists in assurance of the departmentís compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, policies and procedures, and standards of quality and safety.  Reviews and works to perform duties in compliance with the Kershaw County Comprehensive Plan.  Oversees and is responsible for the ten-year update and the five-year review of the Comprehensive Plan.  Assists in the development of the department budget; ensures effective  Receives, listens, and responds tactfully and effectively to citizen complaints, suggestions, and requests for assistance; establishes and maintains good will; possesses exceptional communication and public service skills and the ability to negotiate, exchange ideas, information, and opinions with others to, whenever possible, arrive jointly at decisions, conclusions, or solutions.  Attends training, seminars, conferences, meetings, to enhance job knowledge and skills; keeps abreast of federal, state and local case law and new trends and innovations in planning and zoning administration.  Attends County Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, and other meetings as necessary; makes various presentations to Councils, Commissions, Boards, neighborhood groups, and civic groups.  Represents Kershaw County by serving on various Council of Government committees.  Processes land development applications; coordinates process with applicants, technical consultants, and other agencies; conducts site visits to various locations where an application has been filed to gather information utilized in preparing a staff report and to be able to answer questions about the site and the surrounding area during the public hearing to the members of the Planning Commission, County Council, and the general public.  Prepares Planning Commission agendas, distributes agenda materials, handles correspondence, and mails public notices and notices of action to applicants and adjacent property owners.  Provides technical information to staff, engineers, developers, architects, surveyors, property owners, and citizens on various zoning issues as they relate to the interpretation of the Unified Code of Zoning and Land Development Regulations, and development of the ordinance.  Maintains records pertinent to planning and development programs and projects.  Maintains high standards of accuracy in exercising duties and responsibilities.  Exercises immediate remedial action to correct any quality deficiencies that occur in areas of responsibility.  Maintains high quality communication and interface with all County departments, co-workers, and the general public.

Education Training and Experience: Requires a Masterís Degree in Urban or Regional Planning with three to five years of experience in County or Municipal Planning; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Must possess certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners.

Salary: $49,000 plus medical insurance, retirement, paid holidays, vacation, and sick days.

How to Apply: Applications may be submitted to:  Office of Human Resources, Kershaw County Government Center, 515 Walnut Street, Camden, SC   29020 or any branch of the SC Department of Employment and Workforce.  Applications accepted until 5:00 P.M. October 8, 2014.

 

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Planning & Development Director

County of York
York, SC

Job Summary: York County, South Carolina is currently seeking candidates for the position of Planning & Development Director. York County is a rapidly urbanizing county located in the Charlotte/Mecklenburg metropolitan area adjacent to the Charlotte city limits.  The countyís current population is approximately 240,000 and is anticipated to reach 273,000 by 2020.  The countyís current budget is over $249 million and includes approximately 1000 employees.  The Planning and Development departmentís operating budget in FY 14-15 is currently $4,326,600.  The department also administers the countyís open space preservation budget with current funds available totaling $1,663,000 for that program.
York County is seeking a proven candidate who has superior administrative and management abilities; strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to create an environment that encourages initiative and innovation.  The successful candidate should be results oriented and able to respond energetically, professionally and creatively to new challenges.  This position plans, directs and supervises the design, implementation, administration and review of development projects and plans to ensure adequate and effective facilitation of county growth and development and adherence to the countyís Comprehensive Plan. The position oversees Zoning, Building, Environmental Compliance, Customer Service and Planning operations and formulates long-range goals for the organization, develops policy and position papers, and reports to the Assistant County Manager.  York County is currently undertaking a rewrite of its 2025 Comprehensive Plan.  This statutorily mandated 10 year update has as a goal to better position the county to manage the significant growth that is occurring and will continue to occur in the foreseeable future.  The County participates in collaborative, constructive and cooperative planning efforts with other municipal governmental entities within the county and region.

Education Training and Experience: This position requires a Masters Degree in land use planning, urban planning, landscape architecture, engineering or closely related field.  Must possess certification from the American Institute of Certified Planner or able to obtain the certification within one year of employment; and requires 5-10 years of related work experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Salary Range: $76,427-$107,065

How to Apply: Applications may be made on line at York Countyís web site at www.yorkcountygov.com

 

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Zoning Code Enforcement Officer

City of Greenville
Greenville, SC

Job Summary: Responsible for site inspections to ensure compliance with Land Development regulations.  Handle all complaints regarding reports of zoning code violations.  Conduct technical field inspections to determine the compliance status of residential, commercial and industrial buildings with zoning ordinances, condition of variances, special exceptions and other Conditional Use permits.  Interpret Land Development regulations in cooperation with other Planning staff.  Make recommendations to Planning staff for changes, modifications and new Land Development Regulations based on case reviews and field work.  Review case files with the City Attorney for prosecution.  Develop and present educational programs concerning Land Development Regulations.  Conduct on-site inspections and re-inspections.  Determine existence and type of code violations.  Recommend corrective actions in order to bring property into compliance. Inspect construction to ensure that any zoning conditions are being met including materials, colors and locations. 

Education Training and Experience: Two year Associateís degree or equivalent in Architecture, Planning, Building Sciences, Construction Management, or related field is required.  Over four years of experience in interpreting, enforcing, and administering codes and zoning ordinances.  Must be able to read and interpret construction drawings, surveys. Must be able to ensure that project requirements are being met in the field including design, building location, materials, setbacks and that permit conditions are being met. Valid SC driverís license is required.

Salary Range: $47,008 - $72,862

How to Apply: Browse to https://jobs.greenvillesc.gov to apply and upload resume. Please note cut-off date is September 19, 2014.

 

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Planning Assistant

Town of Bluffton
Beaufort, SC

Job Summary: The Town of Bluffton announces an exciting opportunity for a full-time Planning Assistant to work in the Department of Growth Management. Incorporated in 1852 and home to approximately 15,000 residents, Bluffton is located on the banks of the May River and is within close proximity to Hilton Head Island, SC and Savannah, GA.
This is a professional position which provides the opportunity to work in a progressive Growth Management Program.  The Planning Assistant serves in the Growth Management Customer Service Office as a liaison to Town customers, assists in the administration and implementation of the Development Review Program, Community Development Program, and other special projects and programs as assigned.    
The Candidate must be self-motivated, highly enthusiastic, and technically competent.  Further, the Candidate must:

        Be an excellent communicator and able to maintain effective working relationships with the general public, applicants, and Town officials;

        Have knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, and procedures related to land use, development, subdivision, planning, and zoning regulations;

        Be able to interpret, analyze, prepare, and present oral/written reports;

        Have an ability to read and interpret maps, plans, and specifications so as to perform application reviews for compliance with adopted codes and regulations;

        Have community awareness; and,

        Must be comfortable with the timely and effective management of multiple projects at any given time in a fast paced environment.

Education Training and Experience: The incumbent must possess a Bachelorís degree or equivalent in Planning, Urban Design,  Public Administration, Political Science, Community Development or closely related field.  Preference will be given to candidates with municipal planning and customer service experience.  Significant experience with MS Office applications, Adobe software, ArcGIS, and other similar products is desired.

Salary: High $30s, depending on experience and qualifications. 

How to Apply: To see the complete job posting and to apply, visit our website at http://www.townofbluffton.sc.gov

 

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Development Center Coordinator

City of Columbia
Columbia, SC

Job Summary: The City of Columbia is accepting applications for the position of Development Center Coordinator.  The purpose of this position is to perform advanced and accountable professional and administrative work in the coordination and navigation of the development review process; to provide professional, efficient, and courteous customer service at all times; and to perform related professional and administrative work as required.
Under the general supervision of the Development Center Administrator, the Development Coordinator will guide customers through the development review process from start to finish.  Responsibilities include acquiring and maintaining an excellent knowledge of the complex development review process; applying that knowledge to explain to internal and external customers the steps and information required for review; coordinating the work of multiple departments; utilizing software to track projects and direct actions; generating reports and correspondence related to the process; maintaining organized project records, plans, and files; and other work necessary to achieve a streamlined and user-friendly development review process. 

Education Training and Experience: This position requires a person who can provide unsurpassed customer service, who understands complex processes and systems, who possesses excellent written and oral communication skills, and who has an affinity for organization and details. Successful applicant must demonstrate ability to work well with others, especially as part of an established team. Requires graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelorís Degree in urban or regional planning, architecture, landscape architecture, public or business administration, or other closely related field with two (2) years work experience in customer service to the public, preferably providing technical assistance in the application/permitting/development review process.

Salary: $38,935 with a competitive benefits package. 

How to Apply: To see the complete job posting and to apply, visit our website at www.columbiasc.net/employment

 

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Transportation Planning Manager

County of Spartanburg 
Spartanburg, SC

The County of Spartanburg, South Carolina is recruiting for the position of Transportation Planning Manager for the Spartanburg Area Transportation Study (SPATS).

Responsibilities: 

  • In coordination with the SPATS Policy Committee, the successful applicant will work with and coordinate between the Policy and Technical Committees providing information and guidance with respect to duties, responsibilities, and requirements of laws and procedures governing the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and its related activities.

  • Position will serve as Secretary to the Policy Committee and will serve as a member of the Technical Committee for transportation.

  • Position will liaison with the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in the preparation of the annual Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), and the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

  • Position will coordinate all intermodal transportation requirements including freight planning and passenger rail

  • Applicant will coordinate MPO transportation air quality conformity analysis

  • Applicant will supervise staff and consultants/contractors with respect to the development of special projects related to planning functional design contracts, land use/transportation analysis, and thoroughfare and transportation planning

  • Position will provide technical and professional information on MPO planning matters to elected officials, funding and regulatory agencies, the general public, and others as appropriate

  • Position will assist planning department staff with site plan and development review with a focus on transportation/traffic issues.

Salary Range: $50,861 - $64,084

Contact: Spartanburg County Human Resources 
County Administrative Building Room 1400
Telephone: (864) 596-2522
Fax: (864) 596-3615
Email: Jobs@Spartanburgcounty.Org
Website: http://www.spartanburgcounty.org/
Postal Address: 366 North Church Street Po Box 5666 Spartanburg, SC 29304

Applications are accepted until job is filled.

 

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Transportation Planner

Toole Design Group 
Spartanburg, SC

Toole Design Group is an exciting and growing consulting firm with a national reputation for excellence in multimodal transportation planning and design. We are currently hiring a Transportation Planner for our office in Spartanburg, SC.
This is an opportunity to perform work you love, while living in one of Americaís best and most affordable small cities. As the first Bicycle Friendly Community in the state, home to the first bike share system in the Southeast, and with dozens of trails, blueways, and outdoor events, Spartanburg is active livingís best kept secret. This is where the Carolina Panthers train each spring, and where for 40 years cyclists have been making the Assault on Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. Located perfectly between Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA, Spartanburg revolves around rich cultural offerings, extensive educational opportunities, musical heritage, outstanding food, and a sweet hometown flair.
Toole Design Groupís work includes a wide variety of projects at the local, state and national level Ė including roadway, trail, bikeway and pedestrian facility planning, design and policy; expert consultation with local and state transportation agencies on non-motorized transportation issues, federal research, and a wide variety of master planning projects for the public and private sector. The ideal candidate will be a person with a strong commitment to sustainable transportation and who enjoys working with a skilled team of co-workers on projects throughout North America.

Responsibilities: The person hired for this position will participate in all stages of plan development including presentations, public participation, client meetings, research, fieldwork, mapping, and writing. This person will have strong project management and organizational skills, will be service-oriented, and will able to apply creativity and energy to innovative and unique projects nationwide. This position has the opportunity for travel and advancement.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Bachelorís or Masterís Degree in urban planning, between two and five years of experience, excellent written, oral and visual communication skills, proficiency in GIS applications and Microsoft Excel, and experience using the Adobe Creative Suites. Direct experience working on South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), and/or Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) projects is a plus. A broad knowledge base in urban planning with a transportation focus is essential along with specific knowledge in bicycle and pedestrian planning. AICP, RLA, PE or similar certification is preferred. degree in Planning or closely related field and two years experience with a planning agency required.

Salary and benefits: Toole Design Group offers competitive salaries and benefits. The salary for this full-time position is dependent on qualifications. Our benefits package includes health insurance, life and disability insurance, paid time off, and a retirement plan that is matched by the company. We offer incentives to employees who use transit, walk or bicycle to work.

How to apply: If you would like to be considered as a potential candidate for this position, please send a letter stating your interest and qualifications, resume, a writing sample, and contact information for three references (in PDF format). The total size of all files should not exceed 9MB. Toole Design Group, LLC is an equal opportunity employer (EO/AA/VEV/Disabled employer) and encourages women and minorities to apply. Email responses to: HR@tooledesign.com (please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line). No phone calls, please.

 

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Planner II

County of Columbia 
Evans, GA

Job Summary: Columbia County is accepting applications for a Planner II in the Planning Department.  The position is responsible for current planning review, zoning and subdivision review, comprehensive planning, long range plans, capital budgeting, transportation and other related work.

Minimum Education, Training and Experience: Masterís degree in Planning or closely related field and two years experience with a planning agency required.

Salary: $44,395 annually and a vehicle allowance. 

Contact: Human Resources Application Station 
Phone (706) 868-3300
Fax (706) 868-3301
E-mail: mbartles@columbiacountyga.gov
Website: www.columbiacountyga.gov
Postal Address: 630 Ronald Reagan Drive Evans, GA  30809

 

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Planner

County of Glynn
Brunswick, GA

Job Summary: The purpose of this classification is to review site plans and land development applications for compliance with county codes and ordinances. This is a full-time position and receives all benefits afforded to regular employees.

Essential Job Functions: Interprets and applies applicable state, county, and local codes, ordinances, regulations, standards, specifications, policies, and procedures pertaining to planning, zoning, land development and land use; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations.  Provides information and technical assistance to citizens, property owners, land developers, contractors, architects, staff members, or other individuals/agencies regarding planning/zoning issues, codes/ordinances, building permits, plan reviews, procedures, forms, or other issues; responds to routine questions or complaints; researches problems and initiates problem resolutions; meets with customers as requested.  Conducts review of minor plan applications, preliminary plat applications, final plat applications, subdivision plats site plan applications, building permit applications, construction plans, telecommunication facilities applications, special use permit applications, variance requests, village preservation applications, Board of Appeals applications, or other documents. Determines whether proposed development complies with planning, zoning, and land use guidelines; recommends approval or denial of plans or permits.  Prepares and distributes correspondence pertaining to reviews; distributes plan for review as appropriate; directs staff development review meetings to discuss plan reviews; prepares staff reports with recommendations for presentation to boards/commissioners.  Presents agenda items with staff reports to Planning Commissions and Board of Appeals.  Represents the department in court as needed.  Maintains files/records of work activities and documentation. Researches various records and resources as needed.  Prepares or completes various forms, reports, correspondence, staff reports, technical study reports, agendas, agenda items, customer contact forms, maps, or other documents. Operates a computer to enter, retrieve, review, and modify data.  Conducts field visits for site approvals as appropriate.  Maintains comprehensive, current knowledge of applicable laws/regulations. Performs other duties as required.

Minimum Education, Training and Experience: Minimum Bachelorís degree in Planning with Masterís level course work in the field; Masterís degree strongly preferred; supplemented by three (3) years previous experience and/or training that includes local government planning, zoning, site plan review, drafting, and personal computer operations.

Required Certificates/Licenses: Valid Driverís License.  AICP membership is preferred.

Salary: $35,670 - $48,872 DOQ

Contact: Glynn County Human Resources Department, (912) 554-7170

Email: jobs@glynncounty-ga.gov

Website: www.glynncounty.org

Postal Address: 1725 Reynolds Street, Suite 102, Brunswick, GA 31520

The deadline to apply is July 25, 2014

 

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Principal Transit Planner

County of Greenville/GPATS
Greenville, SC

Job Summary: The Greenville County Department of Planning and Code Compliance is seeking to hire a Transit Planner and Grants Manager to provide staffing for the Greenville-Pickens Area Transportation Study (GPATS) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) as it assumes the status of the Greenville Urbanized Area's (UZA) Designated Recipient and Direct Recipient for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Apportionments. 

Responsibilities: This position will oversee the sub-allocation of FTA Section 5307 and 5340 funding to the UZA's transit providers, serve as Planner and Grants Manager for all Sub-Recipients including reporting to the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and FTA, and management and distribution of FTA Section 5310 and 5339 funding. This position will report to the Greenville County Transportation Planning Manager within the Department of Planning and Code Compliance. 

Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Transportation, Urban Planning, Transit Planning, or related field. Master's degree preferred in equivalent field. Two (2) to three (3) years of experience with FTA regulations, and in developing, applying for, and reporting on FTA Section 53 funding grants is required. AICP preferred.

Salary: $48,334.41 DOQ

Contact: Keith Brockington kbrockington@greenvillecounty.org

Website www.greenvillecounty.org/apps/OnlineApplications/

Postal Address: 301 University Ridge, Suite 3800, Greenville, SC 29601

 

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Planning Director

City of Conway
Conway, SC

Job Summary: The City of Conway is accepting applications for the position of Planning Director. This position performs professional work organizing and directing the planning, zoning, and GIS activities of the City. Responsibilities include supervision of department staff, development and administration of department budget, and coordination of a variety of activities related to growth, long range planning, development and redevelopment within the City. This position works with developers, engineers, and architects to ensure that development meets city objectives and regulations. Articulates city policies to the public. Advises and supervises staff in evaluating development applications. Attends city council and development review meetings including, but not limited to, Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Community Appearance Board. Oversees grants, coordinates with other planning agencies, and enforces the Cityís Unified Development Ordinance. Work is performed under the supervision of the City Administrator.
The successful candidate for this position must have the ability to evaluate potential development by providing guidance and suggestions for achieving City development objectives; coordinate with other departments regarding potential developments; identify obstacles to appropriate development and help determine ways to overcome them; interpret city development regulations and policies for staff, elected officials, boards, and commissions and the public; implement and enforce the regulations of the Cityís Unified Development Ordinance. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the advanced principles and practices of urban planning; a thorough knowledge of current economics, municipal finance and sociology as it applies to planning; knowledge of current developments in the field of planning; general knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering as it relates to planning and subdivision design; general knowledge of the principles and practices of zoning code enforcement. This position integrates with the general public on a regular basis, placing a high priority on exceptional customer service.

Minimum Training and Experience: A degree in Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Public Administration, or related field; Masterís Degree preferred. A minimum of six years of experience in municipal planning, professional planning, or related industry or any equivalent combination of education and training. A driverís license valid in the State of South Carolina is required for this position. 

Salary: Entry level pay for this position is $69,319 with room for negotiation DOQ.

How to Apply: For an application, please visit the Cityís website at www.cityofconway.com or contact Conway City Hall, 229 Main Street, Conway, SC 29526, or (843) 248-1760. Applications may also be obtained from the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, 200A Victory Lane, Conway, SC 29526. Interested persons should submit an application and rťsumť to the City of Conway, Attn: Cynthia C. Howard, Human Resources Director, PO Box 1075, Conway, SC 29528. The deadline to apply is July 25, 2014.

 

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Planner

County of Greenville
Greenville, SC

Job Summary: This position is located in the Long Range Planning section and therefore conducts community and area planning with the goal of implementing the Countyís Comprehensive plan. This position also provides planning and technical assistance to some of the Countyís community service providers. This position may also provide planning and zoning assistance to one of the Countyís municipalities. Excellent oral and written communication, as well as GIS skills are required.

Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelorís degree in planning, geography, political science or a closely related field.  A Masterís degree is highly desirable and may be substituted for one year of experience. Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in city or regional planning or zoning, or any equivalent combination of training and experience.  Certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is highly desirable.  Attending and participating in evening and weekend meetings is an essential function of the job and will be required from time to time.

How to Apply: Interested applicants should complete an online application via the Greenville County website (link below).

Salary: $42,391.05  DOQ

Website: www.greenvillecounty.org/apps/OnlineApplications

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