Zoning Administrator/Subdivision Agent – Northampton County, VA | 6.24.19

Name of Employer: The Berkley Group
Employer Website: www.bgllc.net
Northampton County, VA
Job title: Zoning Administrator/Subdivision Agent

Job Details / Description

Salary Range: $50,000 – $65,000 – DOQ
Position Type: Full Time, Exempt
Deadline: Open until filled

The Berkley Group seeks a qualified, self-motivated applicant to serve as a Zoning Administrator/Subdivision Agent for the company. The position will assist Northampton County, Virginia with its planning and zoning functions.

Primary functions include:

Regular, reliable attendance necessary;

Day-to-day current development operations including code enforcement, zoning permits, site plan and subdivision plat review, zoning review and enforcement, and planning applications;

Strong customer service in working with the general public, contractors, architects, developers, public officials, state and federal agencies, etc.;

Review of site plans, rezonings, subdivisions, etc., for compliance with the Northampton County Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance, and other local and state regulations;

Drafting staff reports, filing, and record keeping;

Zoning Administrator and Subdivision Agent for the towns of Eastville and Nassawadox;

Perform code enforcement duties including, but not limited to, processing and documenting complaints, issuing notice of complaints, issuing notice of violations, and tracking progress until resolution;

Staff support for Boards & Commissions as necessary;

Independent and team work on a variety of special projects;

These duties may evolve or otherwise be amended to meet the needs of contract clients.

Job Candidate Qualifications

Skills & Qualifications

Thorough knowledge of current and long-range planning activities including zoning and code enforcement practices as applicable to the Commonwealth of Virginia; ability to read and interpret local, state, and federal regulations, surveys, site plans, plats, and plans of development; ability to gather and interpret technical and statistical information and prepare technical reports; ability to establish effective working relationships with local staff, regional partnership staff, state agencies, contractors, architects, land developers, associates and the general public; strong verbal and written communication skills. Technical skills, including proficiency in GIS and desktop publishing systems, desirable. AICP and CZO/CZA credentials preferred.


At least two (2) years of progressive experience in a professional planning setting required. Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in planning, public policy, or a field related to urban planning, community development, or public administration. Master’s degree preferred.

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Todd Gordon at todd@bgllc.net.
The Berkley Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Posted on

June 24, 2019

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