PO3: Starting salary £37,650 rising in annual increments to £40,653 pa incl LW plus market supplement.
Lambeth Planning invites applications for a Senior Conservation Officer within its Conservation & Design Team.
Lambeth is a vibrant inner London borough with a significant range heritage assets from good Regency and Victorian housing through to iconic 20th century buildings including internationally renowned London landmarks such as the Southbank Centre, Lambeth Palace and Brixton Markets. The borough is proud of its rich culture, history and heritage and at the same time is forward looking with two Opportunity Areas and areas where high-density, tall building development is being encouraged and coming forward at a pace. This is an exciting time to work within the borough with a great variety of projects and proposals coming forward and which calls for conservation and urban design excellence at all levels within the team.
The successful candidate post will be required to advise the Council on the merit of proposals affecting heritage assets, bring their expertise to deliver excellent heritage outcomes through good communication and effective negotiation. They will also be called upon to use their specialist knowledge to prepare heritage statements and statements of significance, to undertake work in relation to Heritage Strategies, promotion of historic environment best practice and Heritage at Risk.
Successful candidates will join a team of committed conservation, design and tree professionals who are dedicated to preserving the best of Lambeth’s past whilst at the same time delivering the best possible new development to the benefit of all Lambeth’s residents and the city as a whole.
The post’s salary currently attracts a market supplement currently set at 7% per month.
Closing date for receiving the completed applications is Sunday, 16 September 2018.
Lambeth is committed to Safer Recruitment and aims for quality services and equal opportunities for all.
Please download the job description and person specification via this link.