Employment Opportunity: Community Development Officer
Posted: July 12, 2016
Community Development Officer
Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
Salary: $43,745.50 to $53,152.30 per annum (under review)
Closing Date: July 31st, 2016
The incumbent will be responsible for the following corporate function areas: land related services; including all matters relating to development agreements, land sales, land purchases and general inquires on by-law enforcement. The Community Development Officer will work collectively with individuals, families or organizations in the community to improve quality of life in the municipality.
- Undergraduate Degree in Community Planning or a
related discipline, or, a minimum of three years’ experience in land use
planning and development in a local government setting conducting research,
preparing development agreements. comprehensive
spreadsheets, charts, encroachment agreements, drainage easements,
architectural control agreements.
liaising with provincial government departments and agencies in issues
- Experience developing
and maintaining various databases and filing systems (i.e. development
agreements, subdivisions, Mylar’s, correspondence, caveats, letters of credit,
By-law Enforcement, roll cards, municipal By-Laws, service agreements, building
- Knowledge and experience in
interpreting municipal by-laws and applicable statutes; experience in by-law
enforcement would be an asset.
- Proven knowledge and full working level experience
with computer and software packages including MS Office, AutoCAD, GIS systems
and Adobe InDesign CS.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with experience dealing
with members of the public and various other stakeholders in a professional and
- Experience and ability to provide information on technical
planning matters with developers, consultants, the representatives from other
levels of government, Planning District staff and members of the general
- General knowledge of the East St. Paul Development Plan, East St. Paul Secondary Plans and Zoning By-laws would be an asset.
East St. Paul
1-3021 Birds Hill Road
East St. Paul, MB R2E 1A7
The R.M of East St. Paul wishes to thank all candidates for their interest in this position, however, only those individuals considered for an interview will be contacted.