Planning Manager

City of Edgewood

Edgewood, WA

Experience Level: Senior

AICP Certification: AICP Preferred

Salary: $112,248 - $134,748/yr.



General Scope of Work:

The Planning Manager requires advanced professional planning experience of high complexity and variety. Some functions, such as: project manager for land use applications (ex: Short Plat, BLA and Subdivision); coordination of on-site field inspections; perform research and facilitate preparation of complex staff reports; and provide expert advice and policy recommendations to the Community Development Director, Mayor and City Council, are similar to those of the Senior Planner level; however, the Planning Manager manages and oversees the Planning Division within the larger Community Development Department. The Planning Manager may function as a deputy for the Community Development Director or even serve as Acting Director in the Director’s absence.  The City of Edgewood has a strong, supportive, and interdependent team culture, where communication and initiative are critical for success. Because of the limited number of City staff, each staff member is expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties. The City of Edgewood is an at-will employer, and all staff members serve at the pleasure of the mayor.
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Posted May 14, 2024, 12:12 PM PDT


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