We are seeking to recruit a Planning Project Information Officer on a permanent basis.
You will be part of a hardworking and positive Planning Policy team and will play an important role, including project managing and co-ordinating the technical drafting and publishing of policy documents.
You will act as the Council’s specialist on public consultations, by being responsible for the management and use of the Local Plan (and corporate consultation database) and will facilitate public engagement and public consultation events, including exhibitions.
You will have authority to sign claim forms, sign off invoices and raise purchase orders as well as assist Planning Officers in carrying out studies (including survey work) as well as analysing results and preparing reports.
We are interested in hearing from people with demonstrable experience of devising, managing and monitoring databases, with a self-motivated and flexible attitude, able to work with their own initiative and work well as part of a team.
TWBC Planning Service operates within a supportive culture and promotes personal and professional development for staff. This role provides an opportunity for candidates to broaden and deepen their experience and skills.
To find out more take a look at the Job Description and Person Specification below. For an informal discussion about this post, you can contact Ellen Gilbert, Interim Planning Policy Manager on 01892 554 059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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In return we offer you:
Financial: An attractive basic salary within a clear pay structure with the opportunity to influence your own annual salary increase based on your contribution to the role and organisation.
Holiday Entitlement: 22 days annual leave plus an additional day in December and bank holidays.
Employee Assistance Programme: The Council has partnered with Health Assured to provide staff with access to EAP (Employee Assistance Programme) to assist in balancing everyday life with the requirement of work and home.
Pensions: Membership of the Local Government (CARE – Career Average (Revalued Earnings) Pension Scheme).
Flexibility: The Council operates a hybrid working model with opportunities to work from home and in an office environment, and a flexible working policy subject to the business needs being met.
Personal Development: Invaluable training opportunities for continuing professional development.
Take a look here at all the additional benefits that we offer.
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Interview Date: 1st March 2023
How to Apply
We only accept online applications. If you require access to a computer and/or the internet, you can use our facilities free of charge at The Amelia Scott. Please call ahead to book an appointment Tel. 01892 554171.
Please follow the link below to submit your application.
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