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Location: Fairfield, ME, with frequent time spent out of office

Classification: Temporary – Full time, permanent

Kennebec Valley Council of Governments (KVCOG) Is a community nonprofit organization that provides planning and economic development assistance to the member towns in Kennebec, Somerset, Waldo, and Piscataquis counties. KVCOG is accepting applications for a Community Planner specializing in planning and preparedness.

The position of Community Planner is responsible for delivering technical and administrative assistance to municipal and regional entities on a broad array of land use, development, environmental and infrastructure topics.  The Community Planner also provides the GIS mapping services for the KVCOG region. The Community Planner is responsible for the administration and oversight of projects/programs including contracts, budgeting, monitoring, reviewing, and reporting as assigned by the Executive Director.

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Executive Director. Work is evaluated through observations, discussions, reports, and results obtained.

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Location: Fairfield, ME, with frequent time spent out of office

Classification: Full time, permanent

Kennebec Valley Council of Governments (KVCOG) is a community nonprofit organization that provides planning and economic development assistance to the member towns in Kennebec, Somerset, Waldo, and Piscataquis counties.

NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK:

This employee is responsible for providing analytical, administrative, and specialized technical work in planning and directing a program of community and economic development within the Kennebec Valley region. The appropriate candidate will be responsible for delivering technical and administrative assistance to municipal and regional entities to small businesses, nonprofits, and other stakeholders in part, through the CARES Act funding received from the EDA. The incumbent drives programming for entrepreneurs seeking to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their businesses. Programming will include individual consultations and workshops on topics such as disaster recovery and strategic innovation. This person who fills this role will recruit and manage instructors and consultants, recommend, and implement new programs, and make improvements to existing programs and services.

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Contact Us

(207) 453-4258
(207) 453-4264 Fax
17 Main Street
Fairfield, Maine 04937

Hours

Monday – Thursday:
8:00 am-4:30 pm

At this time, visitors are encouraged to make appointments ahead of time.

Friday: By Appointment Only

 

Prorated hours ensure cleaning staff have the appropriate time to property clean our offices, including all high-traffic areas, in light of COVID-19.