Subdivision Land Use Planner | [W-077]

Subdivision Land Use Planner | [W-077]

10 Nov
|
Yukon Government
|
Whitehorse

10 Nov

Yukon Government

Whitehorse

This is a permanent full-time position, working 75 hours bi-weekly.



The Department of Energy, Mines and Resources is committed to achieving high standards of service. We embrace teamwork, innovation, creativity and problem solving to achieve our goals and those of our clients. The Land Planning Branch collaborates with First Nations, Yukon communities and other government agencies to manage land use in a sustainable and orderly way. The Land Planning Branch collaborates with First Nations, Yukon communities and other government agencies to manage land use in a sustainable and orderly way.



This position provides analytical research and technical support for a wide variety of planning activities undertaken by the Branch,

including representing Branch policies on land-related issues and providing recommendations and planning advice to land-related committees and working groups. The position also promotes and supports the orderly development of land; encourages favourable Community/Territorial relations; and participates in developing and maintaining a legislative, regulatory and policy framework that governs land use and development in the Yukon. Provision of advice to Director, Land Planning, on complex files requiring senior management involvement.



For more information about this position, please contact: Jerome McIntyre, Director, Land Planning at (867) 667-3530 or by email at: [email protected]



Essential Qualifications

Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet the following education and qualifications. Please note selection for further consideration will be based solely on the information you provide in your resume.





- Degree in geography, community, rural or urban Planning/Studies, community development or Design; Environmental Planning or Design; or a related planning field



Experience in the following areas:





- Interpreting, analyzing and/or implementing legislation and regulations such as the Subdivision Act, Area Development Act, First Nations land claims, and other land and resources management policies

- Evaluating, reviewing and undertaking analytical research related to the review of subdivision applications or other land related applications

- Analyzing, reviewing, preparing and issuing legal documents associated with the subdivision or disposition of land

- Ability to use computer drafting and/or mapping programs, interpret air photos, topographic and thematic maps, engineering drawings and survey plans.



Candidates who have post-secondary education combined with considerable experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above will be equally considered



We are currently looking for an individual who has excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to resolve conflicts and build consensus. Candidates must understand and interpret legislation, policies and regulations related to planning, zoning and development, and have the ability to work in a client service oriented environment



Additional Information:

Conditions of Employment: Valid Class 5 driver’s licence.

Job Requirements: Willingness to travel throughout the Yukon



Eligibility List

12 months

Post Date

10 November 2020

Close Date

25 November 2020

The original job offer can be found in Kit Job:
https://www.kitjob.ca/job/17207029/subdivision-land-use-planner-w-077-whitehorse/?utm_source=html

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