Associate/Principal Infrastructure and Energy Planner
Ideally located in Southwest England (flexible)
Carrington West are working with a leading consultancy specialising in infrastructure and energy planning. They are at the forefront of sustainable development, offering innovative solutions to some of the most critical challenges in the industry. With a focus on wind and solar projects, we are committed to driving positive change in the energy sector and contributing to a greener future.
We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Associate/Principal Infrastructure and Energy Planner to join our team in Southwest England. The successful candidate will play a key role in shaping the future of energy projects, with a particular emphasis on wind and solar developments. As an Associate/Principal Infrastructure and Energy Planner, you will lead and contribute to complex planning applications, with a strong focus on Development Consent Orders (DCOs).
·Lead the planning and delivery of infrastructure and energy projects, specialising in wind and solar developments.
·Prepare, review, and submit complex planning applications, including DCOs, ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations and standards.
·Collaborate with clients, stakeholders, and regulatory authorities to facilitate project approvals.
·Conduct site assessments, environmental impact assessments, and feasibility studies to support project development.
·Provide expert advice and guidance on planning matters to clients and internal teams.
·Stay up-to-date with industry trends, legislation, and best practices to ensure project success.
·Mentor and support junior team members as needed.
·Bachelor's or master's degree in Urban Planning, Environmental Planning, or a related field.
·Proven experience in the planning and delivery of energy projects, with a focus on wind and solar developments.
·Expertise in preparing and managing complex planning applications, including DCOs.
·Knowledge of the UK planning system, relevant legislation, and environmental regulations.
·Strong communication and negotiation skills, with the ability to engage effectively with clients, stakeholders, and authorities.
·Excellent project management abilities.
·A proactive and collaborative mindset, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
·Membership of a RTPI.
This role will move quickly and is a unique opportunity so please get in touch as soon as possible. By sending in your CV, you acknowledge you are happy for us to put you forward for the role you have applied for. If you are keen to see a full job description, please call or attach a cover letter to your application.
To avoid missing out please apply today with a copy of your CV then call Tullula Farrell on 02393 876 021.
If you are a Town Planner who is interested in job opportunities, but this role is not of interest, please still apply then we can consider you for other positions.
Job Reference Number: 47005