$37.92-$56.89 Hourly / $6,572.80-$9,860.93 Monthly / $78,873.60-$118,331.20 Yearly
Performs as Zoning Administrator to administer the provisions of the Zoning Chapter of the City of Tampa Code; directs activities of subordinates engaged in zoning section activities; coordinates review of land development and zoning proposals; administers zoning code provisions; coordinates zoning changes and/or variances.
Supervises and participates in researching, formulating and drafting zoning, subdivision and land development codes, ordinances, and regulations; determines and analyzes regulatory needs and problems; evaluates existing zoning codes; presents recommended codes, ordinances, and regulations to appropriate managerial personnel; recommends modifications to comprehensive plans pertinent to land use activities.
Supervises and participates in examination of general commercial, industrial, and residential construction site plans to assure conformance to applicable zoning code and regulations; oversees and participates in provision of technical advice and information to city officials, contractors, land developers, property owners, and the general public regarding municipal zoning code contents and interpretations; supervises and participates in zoning adjustments and appeal processes.
Supervises professional, technical employees to include completing performance evaluations, recommending hirings and promotions, administering discipline, and approving leave requests.
Develops short-range plans; interfaces with legal department.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: content and interpretation of municipal zoning codes, regulations, and related ordinances; laws, rules, and regulations governing zoning code enforcement; building codes and ordinances.
Working knowledge of: the geographical layout of the city; principles and practices of land use planning; legal terminology; methods and techniques of research, data compilation, analysis, and documentation; effective supervisory techniques.
Ability to: develop short-range plans; collect, assimilate, analyze, and interpret data; formulate sound recommendations; prepare and effectively present oral and written reports; plan, assign, supervise, and review the work of others; interpret municipal zoning codes tactfully and impartially; establish and maintain effective working relationships with legal department staff, city officials, contractors, and others.