Salary Title: Associate Planner or Senior Planner (based on education and experience)
Salary Range: $40,000 to $57,650
Supervisor(s): Planning Director and Assistant Planning Director
Employee Type: Salary / Exempt
Applications Due: May 5, 2017
The Project Planner is primarily responsible for the processing, review, and documentation of development applications filed with the Planning Department by the public, land surveyors, developers, etc. This includes site plans, sign applications and other similar administrative approvals; variances, conditional uses, and other similar requests to be considered by the Board of Zoning Appeals; and rezonings, annexations, site development plans, and other similar requests to be considered by the Plan Commission. The position may also provide problem solving, creative thinking, and research skills for a variety of community-based initiatives. This may include participating on special project teams, researching and documenting planning-related topics, and serving as a Planning Department liaison to one or more community interest groups.
Date of Request: March 14, 2017
Date Required: May 19, 2017
Department: Columbus City Utilities
Position Title: Manager of Finance & Business Operations
Name of Supervisor: Keith Reeves, Executive Director
Salary Range: Minimum $ 54,600 Maximum $ 88,400
Working Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Type of Position: Full-time
Application Deadline: May 12, 2017
General Summary: Administrative position overseeing and responsible for all financial aspects of the Columbus City Utilities including billing, collection, budget preparation and reporting. Responsible for timely filing of variety of federal and state financial forms. Coordinates the preparation of annual budgets. Prepares monthly expenditure reports. Works to prevent and/or remedy customer disputes regarding billing inaccuracies or non-payment. Works with Director and other Managers to predict cost impacts of various operational proposals.
- A Kennel Assistant provides humane care and treatment to animals housed at the Columbus Animal Care Services Center; is responsible for operating and maintaining the facility on a daily basis including cleaning, proper feeding of animals, minor maintenance, intake of fines and fees, preparation of paperwork, and entering of data.
- In addition, the part-time Kennel Assistant serves as a receptionist for the Columbus Animal Care Services Center, greeting visitors and accepting payments; as an initial contact to the Center, the Kennel Assistant must be able to respond to complaints and requests for information.
- This is a part-time position and this employee is not provided with any benefits (such as health insurance, paid time off, etc.). This employee shall work no more than 1559 hours per year. A part-time Kennel Assistant will work, on average, 20-29 hours a week, but may work as many as 40 hours a week, as scheduling is flexible.