City of Lorain - Director - Building, Housing & Planning

August 6, 2020

THE LORAIN CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: 

CLASSIFICATION:   DIRECTOR, Building, Housing & Planning 

SALARY:  A16 -

PAY  RANGE:  $72,850 - $ 88,686

Applications for the classified, management position of Building, Housing & Planning Director are available on the Lorain Civil Service Commission website at:   www.cityoflorain.org under Departments click on Civil Service and then Job Application and follow the 4-step instructions.

Applications will  ONLY BE RECEIVED VIA EMAIL TO:                                  

rosemary_white@cityoflorain.org

 beginning Monday, August 10, 2020 through Friday, August 21, 2020 by 4:30 p.m. 

 All applicants must be United States citizens or have legally declared their intentions of becoming one. Applicants must include a valid driver’s license with their application. Applicants for the position of Director of Building, Housing & Planning must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies or related field;  a Master's degree in Urban Studies or related field preferred;  Five to eight years of progressively responsible work experience in governmental community development, housing or building inspection; Two to five years of supervisory experience; Three years experience in public sector fiscal and budget preparation; knowledge of federal and state regulatory requirements as they pertain to Housing, Planning and Zoning. 

INDEED USERS PLEASE NOTE:  Applications must be submitted in order to be considered and will only be accepted through the Lorain Civil Service process and not on Indeed. 

Job Description will be attached .  Also, meeting minimum necessary qualifications, does not guarantee applicant an interview!     AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

 ****PLEASE BE ADVISED, THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE NEED TO FILL THIS POSITION! *****

Director of Building, Housing & Planning - Position Description

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