Planning Enforcement Officer – Development Management

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Location
Brentwood, Essex
Salary
Grade F (SCP 28-32) - £27,251 to 31,043 p a.
Posted
30 Aug 2017
Closes
21 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Level
Manager, Officer, Planner
Specialism
Development Control

Vacancy - Planning Enforcement Officer – Development Management
Permanent Position (37 hours per week)
Grade F (SCP 28-32) - £27,251 to 31,043 p a.  
Closing Date for accepting applications: 21st September 2017
(Starting salary dependent upon skills and qualifications, progression subject to satisfactory performance)

Brentwood has a diverse mix of rural and urban environments all set within a borough dominated by high quality countryside in the green belt.  It is subject to significant growth pressure but retains a strong historical context.  Located adjacent to the M25, it has excellent transport links into London and the development of Crossrail will significantly increase the number of trains coming into the Borough, making it a desirable place to work and live.

This role would suit an individual with current experience of working within a planning and enforcement environment, and who is looking to progress or build on their ability in dealing with planning enforcement matters.  You will be highly motivated and possess excellent communication skills.  In return, a competitive salary and opportunity to work remotely including home working is offered.

For further information and an application form please contact Human Resources, Britannia House, Mere Way, Ruddington, Nottingham NG11 6JS or telephone or 0115 977 6850. Email brentwoodBC@mhr.coThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .ukoror visit http://www.brentwood.gov.uk to apply online.

For an informal discussion please contact Caroline McCaffrey or Nick Howard via email at planning@brentwood.gov.uk.  Interviews will take place from 5th October. 

Brentwood Council is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  People with disabilities will be offered an interview where they meet the Essential Criteria on the Person Specification.