We are an engaged rural and agricultural community inspired by the unique and diverse qualities of our people and environment. Our mission is to provide high quality services in support of a healthy, safe, and vibrant rural community.
What we can offer:
2022 Salary range $76,889 to $100,991 per annum (dependent on experience and qualifications)
Great benefits package including Core Benefits, Spending accounts and Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP)
Flexible work life balance options
Extensive Health & Safety Program
MVC19 - 2022 - Planner
Key Responsibilities Include:
This position deals with planning, zoning, development and subdivision inquiries from ratepayers, businesses, developers, Council, staff, realtors, and government agencies. Reviews applications for subdivisions, and redesignations, makes recommendations, maintains and updates related records and issues related correspondence. Develops reports and makes presentations to bodies such as Municipal Planning Commission, Council and Subdivision and Development Appeal Board; serves in a liaison capacity between private developers and ratepayers and other County departments. Provides information, advice and assistance in response to inquiries regarding County land use policies, subdivision, re-designation and statutory plan amendment applications. Assists in the preparation and/or updating of Municipal Development Plan, area re-development plans and Land Use Bylaw. Attends Council meetings and Municipal Planning Commission meetings as necessary to provide information and present reports; assists developers, ratepayers and the public in meeting conditions of subdivision approvals, conducts site inspections.
University degree in a planning or a related field
Membership in good standing with CIP and APPI or the ability to acquire membership is required
General knowledge of planning and municipal legislation and other relevant provincial statutes
High degree of competency in using computers for planning and development reporting and analysis, able to use Excel and Microsoft Suite software
Project management abilities and knowledge of statutory plans and subdivisions; solid planning, organizing and problem-solving skills
Valid AB Operators’ License – Class 5 – no more than 6 demerit points