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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT & APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
POSITION: Planning and Development Administrator
SALARY: Negotiable based on experience ($38,000-$42,000 plus benefits) with annual evaluations
THIS IS A FULL TIME POSITION
WHERE TO APPLY: Slaughterville Town Hall, 10701 US 77, Slaughterville, OK. (For additional information refer to the “How to Apply” section)
OPEN: October 17, 2018 CLOSE: December 3, 2018
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
The Planning and Development Administrator works under the general direction of the Town Administrator and provides support to the Town Board of Trustees, Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment and Floodplain Board. The Administrator is responsible for insuring the Town’s Comprehensive Plan and Code of Ordinances are followed with relation to land use, land development and code enforcement. The Administrator is responsible for reviewing rezoning, use permitted on review, variance, subdivision and zoning compliance permit applications, and insuring the timely processing of applications and hearing of requests which are reviewed by various Boards and the Town Board of Trustees. The Administrator is also responsible for enforcing various codes and ordinances related to the health, safety and welfare of citizens; making recommendations for updating ordinances.
The Administrator will review zoning compliance permit applications, examine and inspect construction sites to ensure compliance with zoning ordinance regulations. Duties include assuring that all permit application requirements are met; assuring compliance with DEQ guidelines concerning sewage disposal systems, assuring compliance with the Floodplain Ordinance and all other Town Ordinances, responding to and investigating code violations, investigate complaints filed with the town, check construction sites, placement of manufactured homes, and assuring compliance with applicable zoning ordinances.
Other tasks include but are not limited to creating monthly reports, working with and attending Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment and/or Board of Trustee meetings as needed, periodically checking the area for non-permitted building sites, and working with County, State, and Federal agencies.