Fayston Job Description
Zoning/PC and DRB Administrator
This multifaceted job description is intended to be filled by one staff member working 32 hours per week.
–Health Officer – Respond to complaints related to heath issues (some common complaints are mold in buildings, or animal bites). Follow up on complaints to ensure resolution, and maintain files on these complaints in the Town office.
–Zoning Administrator– Planning and Zoning Administrator is responsible for:
Reviews and makes decisions within the statutorily prescribed time regarding zoning, subdivision, and sign permit applications.
Provides information, assistance and guidance to property owners seeking to make applications for a project under the Town’s land use regulations.
Investigates possible violations of the Town’s land use regulations and initiates enforcement when necessary.
Inspects properties in regard to permit applications or compliance with local regulations and previously issued permits.
Oversees the intake and review process and collects applicable fees.
Assists in the preparation of annual PC and DRB budgets/functions.
Attends all meetings of the PC and DRB preparing packets and taking minutes
Researches and submits applications for grant opportunities.
Maintains all records.
Zoning Administrator serves as the Town’s E-911 coordinator who measures distance between driveways and subdivision roads, and sends information to the State of Vermont.
– Development Review Board (DRB) Assistant– facilitate applications to the Development Review Board; assist board members during the hearings; draft Notices of Decision; follow-up on Conditions of Approval of DRB Notices of Decision.
–Planning Commission Secretary– Revise and update Land Use Regulations as appropriate; take Planning Commission minutes; assist in drafting the Town Plan; work with Mad River Valley Planning District on Valley-wide zoning issues, and the Central VT Regional Planning Commission on regional issues.
– Fayston Roads Liaison– Maintain and update Town road inventory; assist in developing grant applications, and ongoing administration of approved grants; co-ordinate with road foreman in documenting and recording (pictures) completed road work; ensure compliance with Municipal General Road Permit requirements; ensure Town compliance with drug testing requirements.
This job is an hourly wage position as defined in the Town’s Personnel Policy and subject to employee benefits as defined therein. It is expected to be performed under normal office conditions, as well as some field work, currently consisting of a flexible schedule with a maximum of 32 hours per week. It is recognized that time will be required outside normal office hours both in the field and to attend various meetings.