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🔗Capitol Zoning Director (ADPHT Program Manager)

  • Full Time
  • Little Rock, AR, USA
  • $40,340 - $45,000 (annually) USD / Year
  • Department: Capitol Zoning Program Area
  • Job Reference #: Position# 22095198 ADPHT Program Manager (Capitol Zoning District Administrator)
  • Job Summary: This position is the Director of this program and supervises one other full-time employee and one part-time employee.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, Architecture, Urban Design, or related field;  five (5) years of experience in Zoning Administration, Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, or related field; five (5) years’ experience in office, personnel and fiscal management; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities; and should have general knowledge of experience in public speaking and strategic planning; working with volunteer boards; technical and narrative writing of reports, newsletters, and publications; and working with state legislatures, executive branches of government, and other government entities.

  • How to Apply:

    Visit:  https://arcareers.arkansas.gov/

    Position# 22095198

  • Contact Name: Scott Kaufman
  • Application Email: scott.kaufman@arkansas.gov
  • Application URL: https://arcareers.arkansas.gov/
  • Application Phone #: 501-324-9785
  • Application Address: 1100 North Street Little Rock, AR. 72201

Website Arkansas SHPO

Capitol Zoning is part of the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. Capitol Zoning is a nine-member Commission, appointed by the Governor, Secretary of State, & City of Little Rock, which regulates all land use and development in the District. The Capitol Zoning District Commission protects the Capitol and Mansion Areas by acting as a special planning and historic preservation commission for the District. In 2001 the Capitol Zoning District was expanded by the General Assembly, bringing the total number of properties under its protection to well over 1,400. The Capitol Zoning District protects more historic properties than any local (city or county) historic preservation district in Arkansas.

ADPHT PROGRAM MANAGER

(CAPITOL ZONING DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR)

Req Id:          20839

Position #:     22095198

Grade:           GS07

Min. Salary:    $40,340 yr.

Location:       Division of Arkansas Heritage -Capitol Zoning District Commission

Closing date:

Job Duties: The Program Manager serves as the administrator of the Capitol Zoning District Commission (CZDC)and is charged with providing leadership to the CZDC and its advisory committees; administering the CZDC office, staff, and resources; enforcing the CZD Ordinance and Master Plan, bylaws, etc.; managing the agency’s personnel and fiscal activities and operations; developing linkages with those who can enhance the effectiveness of the CZDC; and maintaining relationships with the Arkansas General Assembly, the Governor, and other related government entities.  This position works under the purview and direction of CZD Commission and the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (AHPP).  It is governed by state and federal laws and Commission policies and procedures.

Applicants must meet or exceed these qualifications:  Formal education equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, the program field, or related field; plus, three years in a specific program-related field, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, Architecture, Urban Design, or related field;  five (5) years of experience in Zoning Administration, Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, or related field; five (5) years’ experience in office, personnel and fiscal management; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities; and should have general knowledge of experience in public speaking and strategic planning; working with volunteer boards; technical and narrative writing of reports, newsletters, and publications; and working with state legislatures, executive branches of government, and other government entities.

The position is eligible for a full benefits package including health and life insurance, retirement, paid holidays, and annual and sick leave.

EOE/AA/ADA.  Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

The Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism have three major divisions: Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Heritage and Arkansas Tourism. Arkansas State Parks manages 52 state parks and promotes Arkansas as a tourist destination for people around the country. Arkansas Heritage preserves and promotes Arkansas’s natural and cultural history and heritage through four historic museums and four cultural preservation agencies. Arkansas Tourism improves the state’s economy by generating travel and enhancing the image of the state.

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