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Job Title:

Development Analyst I

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1st Shift


Full Time



Job Description:

The Development Analyst I position: assists the Development Analyst II with implementation planning and associated challenging matters of interpretation, implementation, and enforcement of related ordinances and regulations.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting in the zoning application process; review of building permit applications and site plans for ordinance compliance, review application documents to ensure compliance with ordinances, regulations, adopted plans/policies to provide direction as needed; reviews, interprets and applies federal, state and local regulations as they relate to County ordinances; organizes and conducts meetings with applicants and the public for zoning applications and development proposals; creates maps, reports, visual presentations, site plans and renderings; communicates and collaborates with a variety of agencies, governmental departments, consultants and community organizations on zoning matters; monitors development and zoning activity; researches and reports on land use, zoning issue and trends; assists in planning projects within County jurisdiction including comprehensive and neighborhood plans, trail plans, etc. ; updates/maintains records, files and related zoning information including data layers for the County’s Geographic Information System.

Job Requirements:

Accredited Bachelor’s degree in Planning or related field required, prior experience or internships and Master’s Degree preferred. Must have: a valid driver’s license; strong oral and written communication skills; ability to present clearly, tactfully and professionally before a variety of public bodies and interest groups; research skills; ability to traverse sites of varying topography and physical conditions; comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of urban planning; experience and background in long-range and implementation planning; familiarity with zoning, subdivision, and site development processes and general principles of land use; and aptitude with MS Office software, Windows Operating System, and ESRI geographic information system software.


Will discuss if offered a position.

Company Information

Application Instructions:

Will County Human Resources Department
302 N. Chicago Street
Joliet, IL 60432
Fax: (815) 774-6355
Email: [email protected]

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