The Planner is responsible for reviewing applications and dispensing information relating to a wide variety of building, zoning and development processes to various audiences. This is a professional position with responsibility for reviewing a range of planning permits, including subdivision, shoreline, critical area and zoning permits, and reviewing building permits for conformance with planning and environmental regulations.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in urban planning, community development, public administration, environmental studies or a related field with three years of progressively responsible professional experience in plan review, permit issuance and planning and community development in a comparable environment.
- Job description
- Salary range: $4742-$5948 per month ($56,904-$71,376 per year)
- Summary of benefits for represented employees
The City of Bainbridge Island accepts both entry level and lateral police officer applications on a continuous basis. Learn more about the civil service hiring process, which varies depending on your status (entry or lateral).
- Job description
- Salary range: $5128-$6431 per month ($61,535-$77,175 per year)
- Employment disqualifiers
- Key traits and characteristics sought in police officers
- Summary of benefits for Police Guild members
- Current vacancies: 4
The City's Police Officer training program is approved for on-the-job training benefits for veterans and other eligible people. For more information about GI Bill benefits while in training, visit the VA website.
Filing of Applications
Applications for employment with the City of Bainbridge Island are accepted only when a vacancy arises and only during the open recruitment period advertised. Resumes or letters of interest which are not accompanied by the city application will not be considered.
The city's application form may be submitted by email, U.S. mail, fax, or in person (electronic signatures accepted for emailed applications). A resume and letter of interest is optional. Answers to supplemental questions may be required as specified in the job advertisement.
To be considered, your completed and signed city application must be received by 4 pm on the closing date specified in the job advertisement, unless otherwise indicated. You are welcome to submit an applications after the date indicated as the cutoff for first review, but please note there is no guarantee it will be reviewed. An electronic (typed) signature is acceptable.
Please read and follow the instructions on the application form. The quality and completeness of your application will determine whether or not you are considered for employment.
Applicants may be tested to measure their ability to perform the essential functions of the position for which they are applying. Tests that measure an applicant's knowledge, skills, physical abilities, and/or medical conditions may be required. A drug screen is required for all safety-sensitive positions. Scores from these tests determine whether a candidate continues in the selection process.
Applicants selected for interviews will be notified by email or telephone. All applicants who are interviewed will be notified of the results of the interview by email or regular mail if not selected for an additional interview or hire. Applicants who are not selected for interviews will be notified by email or regular mail.
Please provide the city with a 72-hour advance notice if you need special accommodation during the interview process. It is the city's intent to reasonably accommodate all applicants.
Applicants are responsible for notifying Human Resources of any change in address, telephone number, or email address.
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The City of Bainbridge Island is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability, genetic information, veteran's status, or any other basis protected by applicable discrimination laws.
The City of Bainbridge Island supports Guard and Reserve member employees.