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Planning and Development Technician

Golden is reinstating its Planning and Development Technician.  We’re a small and growing community, so variety is the spice of our workplace.  Never bored and sometimes on the run, you’ll be tasked with taking care of  land use applications, co-creating and interpreting bylaws, policies and regulations; researching and reporting; public consultation, and performing related work as assigned.  This may even include relief building inspections as well as grading and civil review, depending on the incumbent’s skills and knowledge, but note a large part of this position is processing of land use applications.    
 
You’ll assist in undertaking current and long range planning processes, applying your knowledge and skills in the collection, analysis and interpretation of data for municipal studies and projects. You recommend land use changes and facilitate community planning processes and receiving input on various community planning proposals and issues.
 
You’ll find all the other details in our Job Description which we really think you’ll like.
What are your specific interests?  We’ve designed a job that can fit where you want to focus - on planning or development. Lots of flexibility for those with a planning or technical background and room to move up a scale.  Be sure you check it out, we think it’s pretty cool.
 
As a minimum you need two years of post secondary training in planning or a related field (geography, architecture, civil engineering etc.), knowledge of local government legislation and principles of planning, and a valid Driver’s License.  For skills you must be able to prepare clear and concise reports, interpret technical documents and drawings, and be proficient with common office software applications.
 
We need a superstar communicator with an enthusiastic and positive attitude to staff and the public.  Logically, we will give preference to anyone having credits toward or having their Registered Professional Planner status (or other related professional organizations). 
 
Golden really is a spectacular place to live - but there’s not enough room here to talk about it.  Check out www.golden.ca and go to the links in the top banner for information on tourism, culture, and economic development.  We’ve got massive mountains, big rivers, six national parks, a ski resort, and we’re just over 2 hours to Calgary.  Life in the Rockies gets no better. There’s lots of other job postings out there, but in all of BC, this is where you want to be.
 
This position is within the CUPE Local 2309 bargaining unit.  For a detailed job description, please click HERE
 

Applications may be delivered by post, fax, hand, or electronically, and will be received until 2:00 pm (Mountain Time) Friday, June 21st, 2019 by:

 
Phil Armstrong, Manager of Development Services
Town Hall – 810 9th Avenue South, P.O. Box 350, Golden, BC  V0A 1H0,
Fax: (250) 344-6577, E-mail: planner@golden.ca
 
Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered.



Bylaw Enforcement Officer

The Town of Golden needs to renew its Bylaw Enforcement Officer position.
 
This position is largely focused on the enforcement of the bylaws of the Town of Golden, including regular interaction with the public, liaising with the RCMP detachment, and communicating with relevant community agencies.
 
Outstanding tact on the job is critical, taking initiative where appropriate on apparent and known infractions before they trigger public complaints or procedural action, while also ensuring that complaints and compliance with municipal bylaws are dealt with in a firm and fair manner. Golden implements the Bylaw Notice Enforcement system; this position is key to its continued success.
 
The position also researches and recommends changes to regulatory frameworks, bylaws, and policies.  Excellent communication skills and demeanour are imperative in order to successfully work with the public and co-workers in a co-operative, professional manner, as a front line representative of the Town.
 
Candidates must be highly organized, hold a valid and current Driver's Licence and be able to communicate courteously, tactfully, impartially, and firmly, both orally and in writing.  Attitude and temperament are critical character traits for this position.
 
We would prefer a candidate already having a Level 1 Bylaw Enforcement and Investigative Skills Certificate or Bylaw Enforcement Officer 2 Certificate, equivalent certification through RCMP or Municipal Police Training, or 5 years’ experience as a municipal bylaw enforcement officer. 
 
This is a regular, full time position within the CUPE Local 2309 bargaining unit with a competitive benefits package.  For a detailed job desription, please click HERE.

 Golden is an exceptional place to live - but there’s not enough room here to talk about it.  Check out www.golden.ca and go to the links in the top banner for information on tourism, culture, and economic development.  Around us are massive mountains, two big heritage rivers, six national parks, an incomparable ski resort, and we’re just over 2 hours to Calgary. 
There’s lots of other postings out there, but this is really where you want to be.
 
Applications may be delivered by post, fax, hand, or electronically, and will be received until 2:00 pm (Mountain Time) Friday June 21st, 2019 to:
 
Viv Thoss, Manager of Legislative Services
Town Hall – 810 9th Avenue South, P.O. Box 350, Golden, BC  V0A 1H0,
Fax: (250) 344-6577, E-mail: viv.thoss@golden.ca
 
Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered.
Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted
We reserve the right to collect both direct and indirect information about any applicant selected for an interview.