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Available Positions

Planning & Zoning Administrator (Full Time)

The Village of Marvin (pop. 7,200) is seeking a driven, strong leader with municipal planning experience for the full-time planning/zoning administrator position. Marvin is one of the fastest growing municipalities in the State, located 12 miles south of Charlotte in Union County. Relatively newly incorporated just 25 years ago, Marvin prides itself as a signature residential community while maintaining a low tax rate.

This position performs complex and professional level work tasks including but not limited to: enforcement of the Village’s Land-Use Ordinance; long-range planning; comprehensive plan amendments; zoning, permitting and development review functions for commercial and residential development; overseeing Village’s planning projects and activities; revision of ordinances/text amendments; preparing staff reports and making presentations to boards; assisting with and overseeing various projects; preparation of agenda and information packets for the Planning Board/Design Review Board, Heritage District Committee, and Board of Adjustment (when necessary); preparing agenda requests and staff analysis for Village Council; maintaining GIS layers; and other work as necessary. The position requires excellent organizational and writing skills, proficiency in computer applications/GIS, the ability to effectively communicate with town boards and the public. Work involves complex and sensitive issues requiring a high level of judgment and tact. Position will require attendance at typically 1-2 meetings per month, at night.

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Office Assistant (Part Time)

The Village of Marvin, located in Union County, North Carolina is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed, detail-orientated and experienced Office Assistant. The Office Assistant reports to the Finance Officer and works in partnership with all Village departments to provide organization-wide staff support. The Office Assistant will perform some duties related to the Village’s finances including, but not limited to, updating tax records for prior year delinquent property owners, posting taxes and creating daily monetary collection reports. This individual will collect fees such as barn rentals, monitor petty cash and make bank deposits. Finally, the Office Assistant will perform general office duties such as answering phones, interacting with the public, drafting general correspondence and ordering supplies.

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