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Posted: 03/31/2014

Employer
City of Roanoke, Virginia
Planning, Building and Development

Local Government


Position
City Planner II (Historic Preservation Planner)
1589
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Roanoke, VA
Details
$41,184 - 65,894/year
 

The City of Roanoke is recruiting to fill a City Planner II position with focus on historic preservation. The position is responsible for all preservation activities, including providing staff support to the Architectural Review Board, evaluating and approving projects eligible for administrative review, on-site consulting with citizens and contractors on projects, leading preservation planning and implementation projects, managing survey and nomination projects, and inspecting projects to ensure compliance with approved Certificates of Appropriateness. While preservation is the focus of this position, other general duties of a City Planner II may also be assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree from a four-year college or university in preservation, planning, architecture, or related field; Masters degree in related field is preferred, but not required; Three to five years related experience in an urban community; familiarity with urban design principles and historic preservation; or equivalent combination of education and experience;. AICP certification, if not already obtained, is expected within one year of employment or as soon as eligible to sit for the examination.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Apply online - www.roanokeva.gov (copy link below)
Frederick Gusler
Phone: 540 345-6352
ADDRESS
215 Church Ave, SW Room 166
Room 166
Roanoke, VA 24015

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