Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Planning Supervisor (11780, Grade J) vacancy at Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission in Upper Marlboro

Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission is in need of Planning Supervisor (11780, Grade J) on Tue, 03 Jul 2012 21:19:12 GMT. The Prince George’s County Planning Department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking an experienced Planning Supervisor to manage the Department’s environmental planning group. As Planning Supervisor you will play a leading role in environmental planning activities including: reviewing proposed development projects for compliance with environmental regulations...

Planning Supervisor (11780, Grade J)

Location: Upper Marlboro, Maryland

Description: Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission is in need of Planning Supervisor (11780, Grade J) right now, this vacancy will be reside in Maryland. For detail informations about this vacancy opportunity please read the description below. The Prince George’s County Planning Department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking an experienced Planning Supervisor to manage the Department’s environmental planning group. As Planning Supervisor you will play a leading role in environmental planning activities including: reviewing proposed development projects for compliance with environmental regulations and policies; drafting and reviewing legislative and policy proposals to enhance forest conservation, water quality and habitat protection; identifying environmental issues in land use master plans. You will be working with and supervising a team of planners, technicians and consultants focused on achieving the county’s vision of sustainability, resource protection and effective environmental regulation. You will collaborate with county, state and federal officials; affected community members and neighborhood associations; land developers and their consultant teams. The county seeks an effective, predictable and transparent environmental review process that protects the environment while also treating applicants fairly. The position reports to the Chief of the Countywide Planning Division.

Examples of Important Duties:
Plans, schedules and assigns work to staff. Monitors work performance and identifies areas of improvement. Develops and trains staff in planning policy and procedure. Evaluates performance of staff and prepares and administers performance appraisals. Conducts staff meetings. Provides technical guidance on planning methodologies and approaches. Prepares annual budget requests. Recommends work plan projects. Develops policy and procedures for division in collaboration with the division management team. Utilizes innovative planning and policy analysis to achieve work program goals and objectives. Works with top management in the department to establish goals and objectives for designated planning programs and major policy initiatives. Establishes unit work standards to accomplish work program assignments. Serves as project facilitator ensuring adequate resources to meet project objectives. Oversees the hiring and management of consultants. Manages regular communication with upper management and works with the Planning Board, County Council, and other high level public officials to keep them apprised of progress on planning projects and to elevate and resolve difficult planning issues in a timely and effective manner. Responds and oversees staff responses to sensitive and complex inquiries or requests for information from residents, community leaders, developers, attorneys, and public officials at the municipal, state and federal levels. Identifies and establishes relationships with development, finance, and real estate resources, education, and professional organizations for their input, best practices, and technical assistance to meet project objectives. Serves as a source of expertise in deliberations of the Planning Board, County Executive, and County Council. Serves on county and state committees that exist for the purpose of promoting, reviewing or coordinating various aspects of the planning functions, or whose activities may impact upon the agency’s planning program. Serves as acting division chief when needed. Leads or serves as facilitator for department-wide special purpose teams to establish new policies and programs for the department, or for the purpose of evaluating and recommending improvements to existing department programs and procedures.

Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree in planning, architecture, parks, engineering, environmental science, public administration, or related fields and six years of progressively responsible professional level planning experience that included at least three years of supervisory experience or project leadership and coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Supplemental Information:
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Proven ability to supervise, mentor, counsel and develop staff to meet work program objectives; including the delivery of work products on schedule and within budget, and in accordance with progressive planning principles, best practices, and high quality standards. 2. Knowledge and experience in forest conservation, wetland protection, habitat protection, Chesapeake Bay Critical Area regulation, and land development. 3. Demonstrated ability to manage or facilitate complex, multi-year projects involving multiple stakeholders and a wide array of disciplines, sensitive political issues and challenges, and diverse communities. 4. Strong communication skills, oral and written, and ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with a variety of disciplines, elected officials and agency officials at all levels of government, non-profit organizations, developers, civic groups, and others involved in planning, community and economic development, rural and environmental preservation, agriculture, and real estate development. AICP or ASLA Certification is desirable.
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If you were eligible to this vacancy, please send us your resume, with salary requirements and a resume to Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission.

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This vacancy will be started on: Tue, 03 Jul 2012 21:19:12 GMT



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