COMPANY NAMERural Municipality of Brackley, PEI
APPLICATION DEADLINEJuly 31, 2021
The Rural Municipality of Brackley, PEI is seeking someone to provide planning and development services effective August 1, 2021. The duties to be performed are as follows:
- Responding to inquiries and questions about potential developments in the municipality
- Processing of applications and preparation of development permits on behalf of the municipality
- Performing on site inspections of proposed developments and answering questions from applicants in person.
- Liaison with the Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officer and Municipal Administrator
- Filing decisions made with the PEI Planning Decisions website
- Advise the Online Assets & Communications/Data Manager of approved permits for posting on https://brackleypei.ca/
- Attend planning board and council meetings upon request
- Provide planning services including
- To ensure development and change of use applications meet the requirements of Official Plan and Zoning and Subdivision Control Bylaws of the Rural Municipality of Brackley.
- To make recommendations and presentations to Brackley Council as required based on the Official Plan and the Zoning and Subdivision Control Bylaws and planning best practises.
- To provide advice which considers the implications of land use and development decisions made by the Municipality with regard to but not limited to the Planning Act (in particular the Special Planning Area Regulations), Municipal Government Act, Provincial Building Code Act, Environmental Protection Act, Roads Act, Land Surveyors Act, Architects Act and Engineering Profession Act.
- To provide advice and recommendations to the Brackley Planning Board and Council with respect to amendments to our Official Plan and Zoning and Subdivision Control Bylaws including drafting of text for proposed amendments.
- To attend public meetings of the Municipality which involve development or subdivision proposals if necessary to make a presentation on behalf of Council or the Planning Board.
- To attend Planning Board meetings regarding the official plan and bylaws
- Prepare submissions and make presentations for IRAC appeals involving the Municipality.
The estimated time required for the development officer services is 5 hours per week during the development season which typically runs from April 1 to November 30 with a lesser amount of time during the winter months. The estimated amount of time for the planning services is 50 hours per year.
Anyone interested in this position must be registered as a certified professional planner in the province of Prince Edward Island. Please respond to email@example.com with a covering letter, resume and expected rate of pay.