Coordinator of Planning and Intergovernmental Relations

Coordinator of Planning and Intergovernmental Relations

  • November 28, 2022

Flagler Schools is a dedicated and diverse community of educators and support professionals. As the largest employer in Flagler County, we take pride in making a difference and supporting our students’ success as we strive to be the nation’s premier learning organization. The Coordinator of Planning and Intergovernmental Relations position is a 12 month, 7 hour position accruing 12 days of sick leave and 12 days of vacation leave annually.


If you wish to be considered for this position, you must complete an online application with Flagler Public Schools. Use this link to apply:


Salary Range

Step 0- $62,057 to 5- $68,117 (contract)


Job Goal

To provide oversight of intergovernmental processes, facilities planning and school concurrency and to serve as liaison among the School Board, Plant Services Department and county and city governments of Flagler County.



  • Serve as liaison and coordinate the School District’s requirements with the County and each Municipality on inter-local agreements, developer agreements, and State of Florida comprehensive plan elements.
  • Responsible for developing, analyzing and maintaining long-range comprehensive facility plans, and general planning documents for District and Department of Education.
  • Assist with the development and update of School Attendance Boundary software, maps and descriptions.
  • Prepares a variety of studies, reports and related information for decision-making purposes.
  • Conducts the Five-Year School Plant Survey and all supplemental updates.
  • Coordinate the acquisition of and act as land agent for all School Board property.
  • Develops impact analysis of all residential re-zoning and amendments to the County or Municipalities land use.
  • Attend and present various items to the School Board pertaining to (but not limited to) all school concurrency topics, school zone and school district changes, impact fees, and mitigations.
  • Coordinate requirements, discussions and negotiations on proportionate share mitigation resolution for all development within the County and each municipality.



  • Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with degree in Planning or (4) years of public planning experience.
  • Proficiency with Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with the ability to add additional software proficiencies.
  • Must maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License and safe driving record during employment.
  • Must have ability to maintain a flexible work schedule in order to attend various board and planning meetings and/or workshops.


Knowledge and Abilities

  • Knowledge of planning principles, practices of Florida Statutes and State Board of Education rules as they pertain to assigned areas.
  • Ability to participate in complex planning studies and to analyze information and formulate substantive recommendations based upon such studies.
  • Ability to understand laws, rules and regulations.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with department heads, outside agencies and the general public.
  • Able to attend meetings outside of normal office hours.
  • Ability to operate in an advanced computer environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and database management experience.


Reports To

Chief of Operational Services or Director of Plant Services


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