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🔗Senior Planner

  • Full Time
  • Conway, SC
  • 58032 USD / Year
  • Department: Planning & Zoning
  • Job Summary: The Senior Planner will be immersed in and responsible for a variety of long-range planning activities within the department, including, but not limited to, maintenance and updates to the Comprehensive Plan, Preservation Plan and Area Plans.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Qualified candidates must possess a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture, Public Administration, Architecture, Historic Preservation, Engineering, Environmental Science, or other related field with a minimum of one to two years of experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Candidates should have ArcGIS and/or Adobe Creative Suite experience or be willing to learn these skill sets within one year of employment. Candidates must be willing to furnish writing and mapping samples at time of interview and be able to pass required pre-employment physical and background check.

  • How to Apply:

    https://www.horrycountysc.gov/employment/job-details/17055023

  • Application URL: https://www.horrycountysc.gov/employment/job-details/17055023

Website Horry County Government

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS

• Performs advanced professional work related to variety of planning assignments

• Manages complex planning studies, development applications

• Reviews and processes complex projects related to Historic Preservation

• Coordinate and oversee all planning activities and Historic Preservation program

• Manage and prepare Planning & Zoning (P&Z) and Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) agendas.

• Receiving and processing CoA-related complaints and working with the Historic Preservation Planner to assist customers pursuing compliance • Schedules and conducts meetings with Historic Preservation Commission

• Presents reports and other findings to staff, planning and zoning boards and preservation commission

• Attends one or more evening and weekend meetings as needed

TYPICAL KNOWLEDGE

• Maintaining a working knowledge of the design guidelines applicable to protected historic properties

• Well-developed knowledge of one or more planning disciplines, such as land use, urban design, housing, historic preservation or economic development

• Knowledge of principles, methodology, practices of research and data collection

• Knowledge of effective writing techniques

• Knowledge of computer programs and applications, which may include GIS programs and applications.

• Candidates should have AutoCAD, ArcGIS and/or Adobe Creative Suite experience or be willing to learn these skill sets within one year of employment.