🔗Landmark Design Review Supervisor
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The Landmark Design Review Supervisor will work on preservation design review projects and assist with developing regulatory updates for the Landmark work program. This position will inspire, innovate, and mentor the Landmark design review team. Our goal is to continually evolve our efforts around all aspects of preservation work and strengthen our already strong position as a national leader in historic preservation. As a result, we need a forward-thinking, innovative, well-organized leader with experience navigating competing internal and external demands to supervise our Landmark design review team.
As the Landmark Design Review Supervisor, your duties will include the following:
- Directly supervise a team of six to eight planners, which includes: supporting professional development and training, overseeing schedules and workloads, setting goals and evaluating performance, and recruiting and retaining staff.
- Sustaining and celebrating a workplace culture built on the twin pillars of meaningful work and supportive camaraderie
- Frequently interact with the Landmark Manager to set work program goals and priorities, determine resource needs to accomplish work program objectives, inform budget decisions, and recommend processes, procedures, and policy improvements.
- Collaborating with the Landmark Manager and other supervisors to accomplish the Landmark design review work program, including monitoring project intake, making assignments, balancing workloads, and coordinating with other planning and development processes
- Guiding Landmark design review projects as a subject matter expert by providing leadership and instruction to planners and reviewing work products
- Provide creative solutions to design problems, technical preservation recommendations, enforcement solutions, and other design review expertise
- Guide preservation-related matters to stakeholders such as neighborhood organizations, City Council, commissions, and regional, state, and national preservation agencies