Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of APA Idaho 2021 Annual Conference
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City of Cascade City Planner
Canyon County The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform current and long-range planning services for the County and ensure compliance with County zoning and subdivision ordinances, codes, and administrative agency stipulations. This includes subdivision plat applications, conditional use permit applications, and related land use and zoning issues and processes. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Director with considerable latitude for independent judgment and initiative. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment but may include fieldwork and site visits.
Code Enforcement Officer
Canyon County The primary function of an employee in this class is to ensure compliance with County land use and development ordinances and regulations. The job requires effective customer service and communication skills to respond to complaints, explain regulations, and seek compliance, sometimes in controversial situations. The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Director or a designated representative. The principal duties of the position are performed in a general office environment and include field inspections.
Economic Development Specialist
Canyon County Creates and manages the expansion of the economic base and vitality of the County; develops and manages economic development projects including: industrial, retail and commercial development; develops and manages programs to support redevelopment; recruits and retains businesses, and develops tools and strategies with the community partners to serve and attract a varied commercial base and sustainable employment opportunities; thinks strategically, develops goals, sets timelines and milestones, and meets deliverables; serves as a primary point of contact for Economic Development; and performs related work as required.
City of Sandpoint Under the direction of the Infrastructure and Development Services (IDS) Director, the City Planner is responsible for the direction and administration of assigned planning programs and related policy development for the City of Sandpoint in close coordination with other City officials and the broader Infrastructure & Development Services (IDS) team to accomplish the City Council’s strategic plan and priorities. The City Planner educates members of the public and elected officials, compiles data, maintains records, completes analyses and studies as the basis for policy recommendations. Considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The City Planner focuses on promoting a positive customer experience within the development services area and providing services to citizens and applicants in an effective and efficient manner.
Code Enforcement Officer
City of Driggs General Statement of Duties To educate the public and enforce City Code and State Statutes within the City of Driggs. Responsibilities generally include parking enforcement; Planning, Zoning, and Lighting Ordinance enforcement; Building enforcement and oversight of active building sites; Nuisance enforcement, Grease-trap Inspections, Sign Code enforcement, Animal enforcement (not including animal control); and other Code enforcement as directed. The Code Enforcement Officer will be responsible for observation and tracking of possible code violations in the City and pursuing action when warranted. Additionally, the Code Enforcement Officer will pursue enforcement activities associated with planning and zoning applications, building permits, business licensing, and public works violations, as directed. Supervision Received Works under the direct supervision of the Planning & Zoning Administrator Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Illustrative only, not all inclusive) • Interface with public in a positive and pro-active way. The goal is to encourage andensure code compliance. Excellent interpersonal skills are required; • Provide consistent enforcement of existing code; receive questions or complaints from citizens regarding alleged violations or code questions; conduct field investigations andinspections to determine extent of violations; monitor sign compliance and property zoning compliance; • Work flexible hours as needed or directed to effectively perform all duties. Occasionallythis will require night-time enforcement, such as lighting or overnight parking; • Coordinate with Prosecutor, City Attorney, City Planning & Zoning Department, City Public Works, County Sheriff'sDepartment, and others as necessary to effectively complete duties; • Ability to write reports, code violation letters, city citations, organize, and document enforcement processes and procedures as necessary to effectively complete duties in cooperation with other departments of the City and/