Position Overview back to top
Plans, organizes, and performs professional comprehensive planning services in the functional areas of land use, zoning, housing, transportation, and related municipal planning areas; serves as principal technical advisor to the Planning and Zoning Commission, Conservation and the Inland Wetlands Regulatory Agency, and Design Review Commission; administers the Community Development Block grant program. Oversees and performs work in the functional areas of land-use, general planning, and grants administration; oversees and coordinates the review, updating and implementation of the Town’s Plan of Development; provides near-term and long range plans for utilization of land and physical facilities of the Town.
Qualifications back to top
Master’s degree in city, urban, or regional planning or a closely related field, and four years’ experience as an urban or regional planner with two years of supervisory experience. Any equivalent combination of education and experience. Certification as a Planner by the American Institute of Certified Planners desirable.