Emerald Coast Regional Council
Emerald Coast Regional Council is one of ten regional councils in the state of Florida. For more than 55 years, ECRC has supported its seven-county region in technical assistance, economic development, and planning across a multitude of disciplines, programs, and services. ECRC team members enjoy a generous benefit package and true work/life balance as they serve the area known for community, growth, and the unrivaled beauty of the Emerald Coast.
The Emerald Coast Regional Council is seeking a Planner III. Under the supervision and guidance of the Community and Economic Development Manager, the Planner performs senior level and experienced professional planning work for the Emerald Coast Regional Council (ECRC). Develops planning studies and reports in support of new and updated plans, programs and regulations.
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Job Posting_Planner III – Econ Dev
Emerald Coast Regional Council
Emerald Coast Regional Council (ECRC) is one of ten regional councils in the state of Florida. For more than 55 years, ECRC has supported its seven-county region in technical assistance, economic development, and planning across a multitude of disciplines, programs, and services. ECRC team members enjoy a generous benefit package and true work/life balance as they serve the area known for community, growth, and the unrivaled beauty of the Emerald Coast.
The Emerald Coast Regional Council is seeking a Planner II. Under the supervision and guidance of the Transportation Manager, the Planner performs intermediate level professional planning work for the Emerald Coast Regional Council. Develops planning studies and reports in support of new and updated plans, programs and regulations.
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Job Posting_Planner II – Bike.Ped
The Lincoln Trail Area Development District (LTADD)
The Lincoln Trail Area Development District (LTADD), a multi-jurisdictional, planning and development agency, headquartered in Elizabethtown, KY, is currently seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the programs of the LTADD under the direction of the Board of Directors.
Located in the heart of Kentucky and the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, the LTADD is a collaboration of local leaders and staff educating and empowering communities by implementing quality services through specific areas of expertise in Aging and Independent Living, Community & Economic Development, Transportation Planning, and Workforce Development. LTADD serves local governments and citizenry in Breckinridge, Grayson, Meade, Hardin, LaRue, Nelson, Marion and Washington Counties.
The region is dynamic and growing, with an attractive mix of small urban and rural environments. Major economic impacts are occurring through Nucor Steel, BlueOvalSK, Fort Knox, and the bourbon industry. The successful candidate must have administrative and supervisory abilities and demonstrate diplomacy and sound judgement. Candidate should have knowledge of the physical, economic and social aspects of the counties in the LTADD. The position requires the ability to work primarily with state government and 14 other Area Development Districts.
The candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in public administration, planning or related field with a Master’s degree preferred and/or relevant and necessary experience in public administration, planning, economic development or related fields. The position description can be viewed at https://ltadd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Exec-Director-Position-Description-2022.pdf.
This position will require a criminal background check. Send cover letter, resume with three references and salary history via email to email@example.com or by mail to George Spragens at P.O. Box 631, Lebanon, KY 40033. No phone calls, please. Deadline to apply is June 15, 2022.
Compensation for the position will be competitive, based on qualifications and experience.
The Lincoln Trail Area Development District is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and considers applications for all positions regardless of race, color, religion, creed, gender, nationality, age, disability, sexual orientation, citizenship status, genetic information or any other legally protected status.
Eastern Carolina Council of Governments
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR New Bern, NC based Eastern Carolina Council of Governments is a 50+ year old, stable, financially sound quasi-governmental organization that serves a 9-county, 62-municipality region. ECC has a budget of $5.4 M (94% grant funding), total of 12 employees, and three major departments: Aging Programs, Planning & Development Programs (including two Rural Transportation Planning Organizations), and Administration/Finance. Executive Director carries his/her share of project workload. Educational requirements: Bachelor’s degree required, prefer Master’s degree in business administration, public administration, urban/rural planning, political science or closely related field. Experience desired: five or more years’ experience with local government, state agency, regional council, or planning/development organization. Skills and abilities desired: writing & managing grants, researching & analyzing, writing, communicating with elected & appointed officials, and managing staff & fiscal resources. Salary range: $74,000 to $134,000 DOQ. Excellent benefits including fully paid medical & dental insurance, NCLGERS and 401k. EOE. Email letter of interest, resume and a completed PD-107 state application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Open until filled.
FINANCE DIRECTOR: Eastern Carolina Council (New Bern, NC) is seeking a skilled professional to join the Administration Department. An employee in this class plans, organizes and executes the fiscal operations of the organization including receiving, disbursing, and accounting of revenues and expenditures for the Council. Work involves leading and executing the budget process, purchasing, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, cash management, risk management, and payroll operations. The employee performs the specialized work in the preparation and analysis of financial reports, development and administration of indirect cost plans, participation in grant development, grant accounting, risk management, internal audit, and budget preparation and coordinates the external audit. Work also includes coordination of hiring processes and benefits administration. The employee must exercise considerable independent judgment and initiative in planning and directing the fiscal control systems. Work is performed in accordance with established accounting principles including GAAP and GASB, Council finance procedures, grant and regulatory agency requirements, including Federal, State and Local regulations and policies and North Carolina General Statutes governing the responsibilities of government fiscal operations. This position supervises the Administrative staff. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Executive Director, and is evaluated through conferences, reports, and an independent audit of financial records.
Graduation from a four year college or university with a degree in accounting or business administration and five or more years’ experience in governmental finance, budgeting and accounting or auditing work including some in management of grant programs and effective supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer Master’s degree, possession of Local Government Finance Officer certification or CPA. Excellent fringe benefits. EOE. Open until filled.
Please email cover letter, resume and PD-107 to email@example.com
Foothills Regional Commission
The Foothills Regional Commission, a regional economic and community development and human services Commission (Council of governments), has several positions open. For more information and how to apply, please visit www.regionc.org/about/employment-opportunities
Foothills Regional Commission is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment, including the decision to hire, promote, discipline or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and organizational needs.