Reporting to the Division Leader – Community Planning, the Team Leader – Community Planning will lead larger, more complex planning assignments, supervise, manage the activities and provide leadership and guidance to the Level I Planner and Level II Planner, provide professional planning advise on planning matters, foster a culture of innovation, engagement, collaboration and respect, represent the Municipality at Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) hearings, contribute to planning policy and budget development, act as staff liaison to the Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (MHAC).
Some Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills required include:
4-year University degree in Urban Planning or related degree
Full membership or eligible for full membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners is required
Minimum of 5 years of professional planning experience in a municipal setting, including 2 years progressive experience in supervising
Experience with providing professional evidence at the Ontario Land Tribunal and direct experience preparing for and attending hearings, will be considered an asset
Well-developed knowledge of the following planning disciplines, such as urban design, affordable housing, economic development, environmental hazards, sustainability, climate change, community improvement, heritage planning and land use etc.
Sound working knowledge of the Ontario Planning Act and related Acts, regulations, Provincial Policy and planning processes and best practices
Thorough knowledge of municipal zoning by-laws and related zoning maps, policies and procedures
For the full job description, visit Employment Opportunities on the Municipality of Lakeshore website. If interested in joining our team, apply to the job posting at https://lakeshore.ca/jobs before end of day Friday, October 20, 2023.
Lakeshore is a beautiful Municipality situated in southern Ontario along Lake St. Clair. Lakeshore is a great place to live, work and play. The Municipality has a population of 40,000 and is one of the fastest growing communities in Southern Ontario. The Municipality enjoys a temperate climate year-round with more than 200 growing days. Lakeshore's affordable lakefront community enjoys over 35 km of waterfront, low taxes, a high quality of life and abundant recreational opportunities with many family friendly parks, recreation programs, a multi-use recreation centre, the Atlas Tube Recreation Centre including pools, 3 ice pads, gyms, and much more. The Municipality services infrastructure extending over 537 kms of roads, 37 parks and conservation areas, 2 water treatment plants, several pumping stations, solid waste collection, pollution control and many kilometres of utility infrastructure. Find out more about Lakeshore at www.lakeshore.ca.