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Posted: 03/01/2011

Employer
Maryland-National Capital Planning Commission


Position
Historic Preservation Section Supervisor
11334
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Upper Marlboro, MD
Details
$62,657.92 - $109,200.00
 

The Planning Department for Prince Georgeís County is seeking a Planning Supervisor for the Historic Preservation Section, Countywide Planning Division.

Prince Georgeís County is the largest and wealthiest majority minority jurisdiction in the country, located in the metropolitan region of Washington, D.C. The regionís many economic, historic and natural assets have attracted new growth and created a booming economy. Already the seat of the nationís governance, it is also becoming the nationís capital of information technology and digital communication.

Under very general direction, the successful applicant performs difficult planning work that involves the supervision of planning activities for a recognized planning unit. Manages and supervises staff for significant planning programs requiring complex theories and concepts within one or more planning disciplines. Supervises, plans, develops and implements work programs and projects that involve relationships among the planning and regulation of land use, development, functional planning, and the provision of public facilities, or parks for one County. Determines methodologies, approaches, or alternatives used to achieve program objectives. Troubleshoots and resolves complex and politically sensitive issues. Performs related administrative and management work for the unit/program. Acts for and represents the Planning Division Chief/Team Leader as requested.

EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT DUTIES:

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate an understanding and working knowledge of federal, state and local preservation laws, grant programs, archeological professional standards (including the purposes and goals of Phase I, II and III archeological investigations). Detailed knowledge of the functions and provisions of historic preservation ordinances are required, as well as, the provisions in the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations relating to historic preservation. The ability to demonstrate management of projects and programs equivalent to those in the Historic Preservation Section work program, including overseeing development review activities, staff reports for the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), the historic properties grant program, archeological report review and approval, developing and monitoring the work of consultant contracts and development of strategic plans to implement the Historic Sites and Districts Plan (HSDP) recommendations is also a key component needed in this position. Familiarity with the Secretary of the Interiorís Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation, as well as other state and federal historic preservation laws, regulations, and guidelines is desired. This includes the National Register of Historic Places program and National Historic Landmarks program.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Master Planner: Masterís degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, public administration, or related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience that included at least three years of project leadership and coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Planning Supervisor: Masterís degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, public administration, or related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience that included at least three years of supervisory experience or project leadership and coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

OPen until
none given

How to apply
http://www.mncppc.org/jobs

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