Senior Planning Officer (County Matters)
I am working closely with my County Council client based in East Anglia and assisting in their recruitment for Senior Planning Officer.
Your work will make a significant input to the County Council's planning team. There will be opportunities to work with different aspects of planning across the team, with other services within the council and with other partner organisations. The council will also support you with professional training, where needed.
The Team comprises a small, but busy team of planners and other professionals working on a diverse range of projects. Working within a County Council, you will be part of shaping the planning process to further the broad interests and duties of the Council. The Team comprises the strategic planning and development management functions of the county council.
The county council has plan-making and development management functions, like other local planning authorities, for minerals and waste and for planning applications, the council is responsible for its own developments such as for schools, fire stations and roads.
Flexible Working Options:
·Working part time hours (eg different hours/days to those advertised)
·Working compressed hours (eg a nine-day fortnight)
·Term time working (including partial term-time working)
·Use of flexitime / time off in lieu
·Hybrid working options, including some home working
·Working from different Council buildings
·Working adjusted core hours (eg starting later and finishing later or other patterns)
Interviews are due to take place imminently, if this post is of interest, please do get in touch at your earliest convenience to discuss. Further details are available upon request.
It would be beneficial to have a relevant degree or equivalent qualification in town planning and be a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
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Please call Ben Rose on 02393 876022 for a confidential discussion on this role, or email myself or our planning team if you are short of time to chat: