Land Use Technician
Overview/Purpose of Position:
Clark County is seeking a full-time Land Use Technician in the Planning and Zoning Department. The Land Use Technician will help emphasize land use throughout the county. Working with the Zoning Administrator they will aid in administering the counties shoreland/floodplain ordinance and nonmetallic mining ordinance. They will also work with the Land Use Specialist and review soil tests, Private Onsite Waste Water Treatment System (POWTS) plan approvals, perform inspections for POWTS installations, assist with violation inspections, and help with data entry into the counties geographic information system (GIS).
An Associate’s degree in civil engineering, soils, natural resources or a related field is required. The County may consider a combination of education, training, and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position. POWTS Inspector credential from the Department of Safety and Professional Services is required (must be obtained within 6 months of date of hire). Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license.
The successful applicant must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, the ability and willingness to work in field conditions which require exposure to environmental factors, be able to communicate and constructively interact with co-workers, contractors and the public, effectively read and interpret statutes, administrative code, component manuals, and county ordinance, and have excellent written communication skills in order to write routine reports and correspondence.
This position offers a competitive benefits package with a starting hourly wage $18.03 to $22.87 with consideration for experience.
If interested, please submit a resume, cover letter and county application to Personnel Manager, 517 Court Street, Room 205, Neillsville, WI 54456 or apply online at www.clarkcountywi.gov by 4:00 PM on Friday, December 2, 2022. Applications will be accepted until a successful candidate has been identified.
Clark County is a CRC/EOE/ADA employer