Long County is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Development
A Bachelor's degree in Planning, Public Administration or related field with Master's level
course work in the field; Master's degree is strongly preferred. Certification as an AICP is
preferred. Six (6) years previous experience in local government planning, zoning, economic
development, site plan review, project management, budget administration,
management/supervision and experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the diverse
objectives and functions of community development is preferred to coordinate work within the
As part of a small team experience in field inspections for development construction activities is
desirable to ensure conformance with approved plans, specifications, and Count standards.
This position is also responsible for the maintenance of development-related records,
maintaining databases, and researching and recommending changes to development codes,
ordinances and development review procedures.
Possession of Erosion and Sediment Control certification may be required.
Additionally, this position currently supervises the facility maintenance and animal control
In addition to completing the online application (www.longcountyboc.com), applicants must
submit a compelling cover letter and resume highlighting related background, education and
experience to the Long County Administrator by the application deadline. An electronic version
of all submittals is strongly encouraged and should be sent to email@example.com.
If you are mailing your submission, send to Franklin Etheridge, County Administrator, Long
County, P.O. Box 476, Ludowici, GA 31316.
Successful candidate must be able to pass a drug screen and background check.
Application closes on Monday July 24, 2017
The Long County Fire Department is hiring for the position of part-time firefighter. Applicants must possess a valid class E or F drivers license, submit to a drug screen and background check. Minimum qualifications include Firefighter 1 and CPR certified. Applicants may submit an application at the Board of Commissioners office located at the Long County Courthouse.
The Long County Fire Department is also accepting applications for Volunteer firefighters. Call for more information (912) 545-2244.