This is an internship position responsible for assisting with planning work primarily in areas of current planning. The Planning Intern will be able to address the service needs of the public in a professional and competent manner. After training, the Planning Intern must be able to provide timely, knowledgeable, and accurate information concerning the requirements of county policies, the county comprehensive plan and the zoning and subdivision regulations, among others, and how they affect the customer’s property or proposals. The Planning Intern must be able to interpret and explain clearly all departmental rules, regulations, and procedures to the public. The Planning Intern will work with the office administrative staff to help citizens find answers to their questions or resolve any permitting issues. The Planning Intern will work under the direction of the Deputy Director of Planning and Zoning as needed on a variety of projects. The Planning Intern will primarily be responsible for processing a variety of land use applications such as Boundary Line Adjustments, Tract Splits, and Temporary Special Use Permits. The Planning Intern will also perform field inspections and site review. Additionally, the Planning Intern will be responsible, after training, to perform deed and property history research. Occasionally, the Planning Intern may assist with the review and processing of Special Use Permits, Subdivisions and Rezoning applications. The Planning Intern must learn and follow established office procedures. The Planning Intern prepares and processes reports for other governmental agencies, which require research, computation, and compilation, at the request of the Deputy Director. The Planning Intern may assist with special projects or particular segments of the departmental operations. The Planning Intern composes and types correspondence, and researches, compiles, and dispenses information to citizens, businesses, and other governmental agencies regarding departmental operations and zoning activities.