Senior Planner

Hamilton County Planning Development

Pay Range: Starting $53,000

We serve the residents of Hamilton County in more ways than you may realize. In the role of Senior Planner at Hamilton County, you will hold a crucial position in guiding planning endeavors and projects throughout the county. Your responsibilities will encompass leading planning teams, analyzing data, crafting detailed reports, and ensuring adherence to pertinent ordinances and policies. Moreover, as the Senior Planner, you will serve as a vital link between the Planning Commission, public agencies, and the community, facilitating productive communication and collaboration

Summary of Job Duties:

•Leads planning teams and community organizations in the development, directions, and implementation of planning studies, reports, and long-range planning projects.

•Works with low to moderate income communities to help support their planning needs and increase their capacity to plan for the future.

•Represent the Planning Commission and the P+D various community group meetings, boards, and committees as assigned.

•Coordinate and work with multiple jurisdictions, the public, and elected officials of varying backgrounds during the projects to help implement their vision of the community.

•Responsible for collecting data used to prepare and write staff reports, planning projects, studies and proposals using a variety of tools such as Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, MySidewalk, and the Adobe Suite.

•Coordinate with other divisions on planning related projects and funding opportunities including environmental reviews and grant applications for high need communities.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in urban planning or related field, in lieu of degree, experience will be considered.

4 years of relevant experience which evidences an advanced knowledge of planning and regulatory controls.

*This position may be underfilled to an Associate Planner if the following qualifications are met:

Bachelor’s degree in urban planning or related field, in lieu of degree, experience will be considered.

Work Location and Hours:

138 East Court St. Cincinnati, Oh. 45202

40 Hour Work Week, generally between core hours of 7:30-5:30

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