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Planning Director/Entitlement Manager

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WorkStaff USA Staffing Agency
Do you desire to work for a well-established, creative and progressive company that values your future with regard to career development and professional advancement opportunities? The company has a commitment to excellence that begins with employing talented, energetic and driven professionals, and we are currently accepting resumes for the position of Planning Director/Entitlement Manager in our Lanham, MD office. LSA is a successful land development engineering firm specializing in the areas of civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental science and surveying.
We offer competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package including health and dental, 401k, and a family friendly work environment. LSA has been a ten-time recipient of the Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval Award, recognized by the Alliance for Workplace Excellence.
The Planning Director/Entitlement Manager position requires a high level of technical expertise including the preparation of entitlement documents as well as engineering and permit documents. Position includes management of staff and daily organization of planning team. There will be a significant amount of client contact, including some business development.
Additional responsibilities include:
Residential and commercial site grading
Review of zoning ordinances and subdivision ordinances
Experience with Entitlement documents and public hearings
Review of forest conservation ordinances and preparation of tree conservation plans
Preparation of hand drawn and CAD designs
Preparation of construction documents, specifications, reports and coordination of work with design disciplines

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