Provides comprehensive planning, intergovernmental coordination and plan implementation services including long range land use planning, zoning, permitting and duties associated with the county’s management of the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Act, Chapter 14.  This position requires strong communication skills with the ability to present before boards, elected officials, and community groups.

Master’s degree with major in planning, geography, landscape architecture, environmental studies, engineering or a related field and five or more years of experience in complex comprehensive planning; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification or the ability to obtain AICP certification within one year of employment is preferred.

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