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Director of Community Development
Location: US-CA-OROVILLE
Job Details:
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

DEFINITION
To plan, coordinate, direct and review the operations and activities of the Community Development Department for the Planning and Building Divisions, including land development review; public facility engineering and recycling; to ensure departmental compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and standards; and to perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives administrative direction from the City Administrator and policy direction from
the Mayor and City Council.
Exercises direct supervision over planning, building, and recycling departmental staff.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS - Essential functions may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Plans, directs, reviews, and evaluates the activities, programs and projects of the
Department of Community Development and the Planning, Building, and Recycling Divisions.

Develops and implements policies, procedures, goals, objectives, priorities, and work
standards for the departments/divisions.

Interprets and ensures departments compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, City policies and procedures, and standards of quality and safety.

Establishes, within City policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; allocates
resources accordingly.

Selects, assigns, supervises, motivates, and evaluates the performance of departmental personnel; provides for staff training and development opportunities; implements disciplinary and termination processes.

Reviews and evaluates reports of subordinate staff for accuracy, completeness and compliance with departmental policies and procedures; determines and monitors follow-up actions required.

Directs and reviews the work of contract consultants providing assistance to the departments; reviews or prepares related requests for proposals and contracts.

Develops and manages the departmental budgets; monitors and approves all purchase payment orders; prepares and administers grants for special programs and projects.

Identifies City needs and priorities for specific planning projects, building activities and
recycling activities; develops and updates short- and long-range goals.

Conducts or directs analytical studies; develops and reviews reports of findings, alternatives and recommendations for the maintenance and improvement of City planning, building, and recycling department services; prepares and directs the preparation of a variety of periodic and special reports regarding departmental activities.

Prepares or participates in the review and/or approval of public improvement plans, capital improvement plans, specifications, standards, and estimates; encroachment, transportation, grading, drainage, and flood plain permits; land development conditions of approval and associated agreements; land development maps, deeds, and other documents, including acceptance of public right-of-way dedications to the City by deeds.

Inspects and evaluates public and private improvement projects and public safety concerns.

Ensures the availability of adequate equipment, vehicles, materials and supplies for
planning and building projects.

Confers with and provides professional and technical assistance to City Council, City Administrator and other staff on matters related to Planning and Building functions.

Coordinates departmental activities with those of other departments and divisions, agencies, and private groups as appropriate.

Represents the department at City Council, Commission, Board, other City, and community meetings; may serve on various committees, boards, and commissions as appropriate.

Receives and responds to public inquiries, requests for assistance and complaints regarding departmental projects and activities.

Monitors legislation and trends in areas of responsibility; evaluates their impact on City operations and recommends and implements policy and procedural improvements.

Performs general administrative work as assigned, including but not limited to conducting and attending meetings, assisting customers, researching files, scheduling appointments, reviewing correspondence, etc.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:

Departmental policies, procedures and standards related to planning, and building
division projects and activities.

Operational characteristics, services and activities of a comprehensive planning
program including current and advanced planning, zoning, annexations, historic
preservation, building and safety inspection programs.

Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, and ordinances.

Administrative principles and methods, including goal setting and planning.

Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies, and operational needs.

Principles and practices of civil engineering, land development, flood plain management, emergency management, airport operations as applied to the design, construction and maintenance of public facilities and technical inspection services.

Modern principles, practices, techniques, equipment, materials, and tools used in planning, building and daily operations.

Research methods and sources of information related to planning and building operations.

Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.

Budget preparation and administration practices.

Principles and practices of modern office management, communications and effective employee and public relations.

Modern office practices and technology, including the use of computers for word and data processing and spreadsheet applications.

Methods of letter writing and report preparation.

English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Safe work practices.

Ability to:

Interpret, analyze, and apply pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations pertaining to department administration and operations.

Develop, implement, and interpret goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and work
standards.

Analyze complex problems, identify alternative solutions, determine consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of goals.

Determine work priorities and effectively coordinate and schedule resources and staff to perform activities and projects within time limits.

Read and understand complex plans, specifications, and blueprints.

Apply technical knowledge and follow proper inspection techniques to examine workmanship and materials, and detect deviations from plans, specifications, and regulations.

Exercise sound, independent judgment within general policy guidelines.

Select, supervise, train, and evaluate staff.

Prepare and administer a comprehensive budget.

Perform required mathematical computations with accuracy.

Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

Prepare, verify, analyze, and reconcile complex records, reports, and recommendations.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the
course of work.

Gain cooperation through discussion and persuasion and facilitate the resolution of difficult political and controversial issues related to projects.

Represent the City effectively in meetings with others.

Interpret complex departmental projects and programs to the public.

Education and Experience:

Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Education:
Equivalent to a bachelor¡¦s degree from an accredited college or university in urban planning, public administration, political science, or a related field.

Experience:
Minimum of 7-10 years municipal administrative experience with significant exposure to planning and development administration.

Licenses and Certifications:
Possession of a valid California Driver License.
AICP certification and/or a master¡¦s degree is preferred.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed in an office and field environment. Incumbent drives on surface streets and may be exposed to traffic and construction hazards, electrical currents, air contaminants, adverse weather conditions, temperature and noise extremes, wetness, humidity, heights, fumes, dusts, odors, toxic or caustic chemicals, vibration. Worker frequently works past normal office hours for meetings and other events.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Requires the mobility to work primarily in an office environment; some outdoor work is required in the inspection of various land use developments, construction sites and public works facilities. Requires the ability to sit at desk for long periods of time and intermittently walk, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and reach while performing office duties and/or field work; lift and/or move up to 25 pounds occasionally; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, and controls. Must be able to maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for making observations, communicating with others, reading, and writing, and operating office equipment. Must be able to use a telephone to communicate verbally and a keyboard to communicate through written means, to review information and enter/retrieve data, to see and read characters on a computer screen.

This class specification lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Incumbents may be expected to perform job related duties other than those contained in this document.
 
Additional Job Instructions:
APPLICATION PACKETS:
Available at City Hall, 1735 Montgomery St., Oroville CA 95965, email hr@cityoforoville.org or the website at www.cityoforoville.org,

To apply for this position please return completed application w/resume and contact information for three (3) professional references to the above address no later than 5PM, Thursday, June 1, 2023.

After the closing date, application packets will be reviewed and you will be notified via, email or a phone call if you are invited to an oral board interview for the position of Director of Community Development with the City of Oroville City Council.

 
Benefits:
WAGES AND BENEFITS:

ANNUAL SALARY: $122,282 - $175,100

ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE: 85 Hours per year

AUTOMOBILE ALLOWANCE: $300 per month

VACATION: Negotiable, but maximum is 20 days per year

HOLIDAYS: 12 Holidays per year

SICK LEAVE: 12 Days per year

INSURANCE: 100% Paid medical, dental and vision, life, and long-term disability insurance

TECHNOLOGY FEE: $100 Per month

RETIREMENT: CALPERS 2%@55 for Classic members and 2%@62 for PEPRA members

DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN: City contributes 3% of base salary and match up to 2% additional

RETIREE MEDICAL: 100% of the lowest cost plan for employee only after 20 years of
service and at least 5 years past CalPERS retirement age up to Medicare age are also available.

 




City of Oroville

Liz, Ehrenstrom
Human Resources Department
1735 MONTGOMERY ST
OROVILLE, CA, 95965
P: 5305382407
F: 5305382538


1  Full-Time Position Open
Salary Range:
$$122,282 - $$175,100/Yearly

Degree Preferred:
Bachelors

Major:
Planning

Travel:
None

Relocation Paid:
Not Paid

Experience Req. Yrs:
7-10 years




 


 


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