Responsible for processing routine certificates of appropriateness for properties within historic districts; reviewing and making recommendations for Landmark Commission certificates of appropriateness; staffing Task Force meetings for Landmark Commission CAs; attending and presenting CAs at Landmark Commission public hearings; managing and coordinating projects among various departments, divisions, and agencies; processing requests for tax incentives; conducting research and analysis on historic preservation issues; and responding to requests for information from citizens.
Master's degree in planning, engineering, architecture, economics, political science, or public administration field plus two (2) years professional level urban planning experience. Strong analytical skills, effective oral/written communication skills and MS Office or similar software skills are required. Must have valid driver's license and good driving record. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification is a plus. Bachelor's degree in specified field plus four (4) years of the specified experience will qualify.