Community Infrastructure Levy Officer

2 days left

Location
England, London, South West London
Salary
£15 - £17 per hour
Posted
11 Oct 2018
Closes
18 Oct 2018
Ref
OR/076858
Contact
Public Sector Team
Hours
Full Time
Job Level
Officer, Planner, Trainee

Joining our client in South West London you will be working within a team involved in collecting payments for the Community Infrastructure Levy. You will assist in the process of establishing liability, charging, collection and the enforcement of collection and you will be required to calculate the amount of payments and when the payments are due. You will use the Planning applications system, document management system, council tax system, non-domestic rate register and database/spreadsheet software as necessary to accurately record CIL information and log Notices.

To apply for this role you must have a keen eye for detail and good mathematics and Excel skills. A basic understanding of the UK planning system would be advantageous and ideally you will have carried out a similar role previously within a UK local authority. Good admin skills are essential alongside a high level of IT literacy and you will need good communication skills and confidence when it comes to dealing with external third parties.

This position will be offered as a 6 month contract and the rate offered will be £15-17/hr via an umbrella company (role is inside IR35).

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