Community Development Director

Planning/Engineer
Full-time
City of Temple City
2/17/2020

The Community Development Director will plan, direct, manage, and oversee the activities and operations of the Community Development Department including planning, building and safety, housing, community preservation, public works, engineering, and animal control and provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.
 
Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in city or urban planning, architecture, civil engineering, geography, landscape architecture, business, public administration, or related field. A Master's degree in city planning, engineering, public administration, economics, or finance is highly desirable. Five years of recent progressively responsible professional work experience in local planning, administration of zoning, planning, economic development, redevelopment programs in a municipal planning environment, and local government administration and familiarity with public works, with at least four years at a direct supervisory and management or administrative level.
 
Other Qualifications: Possession of a valid Class C motor vehicle operator's license from the State of California.
 
For additional qualifications and requirements, please refer to the job description, which can be accessed from the City of Temple City’s website, www.templecity.us.
 
Applications for City of Temple City jobs are accepted through an online process. Visit www.templecity.us to begin the application process.
 

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