Choosing a job

  • The Friday Five 17.08.18
    A round-up of five of the best, most interesting, significant or unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting, significant or unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting, significant or unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting, significant or unusual jobs on Planner Jobs over the last seven days. This week, we're visiting the English Riviera, musing on Winchester Geese and listening to 1980s pop.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting or most unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting or most unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting or most unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week.
  • A round-up of five of the best, most interesting or most unusual jobs on Planner Jobs this week. It's a plethora of possibilities in local authorities in this week's Friday Five, as we visit the heart of the city, England's rural and historic heartlands and the home of the hat. 
  • An exciting opportunity has been created for a graduate to join Nottinghamshire County Council’s Planning team.
  • RTPI member Gemma Conlon talks about her work in New Zealand.
  • The second Planner Career Development Guide is out now, and we’re excited to share the insight collated in its pages with our readers.
  • You don’t have to start your career as a planner to become a planner. Planning and regeneration officer Jenna Langford talks about how she found her route into planning
  • You don't have to have originally studied planning to work in the profession. Linden Homes' strategic land and planning manager Jennifer Winyard talks about how studying architecture has helped her become a better planner
  • You don’t have to start your career as a planner to become a planner. Planning officer Laura Hutson tells us how she made the move from publishing.
  • Graduate planner at AECOM Daniel Stanley tells us about how he started his career journey
  • Katie Child, a field-based inspector at the Planning Inspectorate says that working for smaller, rural councils can be great for gaining varied experience. She tells us about how she started working at PINS
  • Martyn Earle, associate planner at Barton Willmore, talks us through his career moves
  • Turley assistant planner Daniel Ramirez says that gaining relevant experience outside of work is important for career progression. He tells us about his journey so far
  • Joanne Farrar, associate director at Atkins, says that collaboration is key to career progression. She shares her career journey so far
  • Eleanor Gingell, principle planner at Bidwells, says that finding balance is essential to a successful career. She tells us about her career journey