We need you to help shape our future
We are seeking enthusiastic and driven individuals to join our forward-thinking planning department at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC). NNDC is an ambitious authority looking to deliver growth to meet the needs of its population and area and realise its development aspirations.
Are you an experienced planner working in the public or private sector or a recent graduate planner? Are you ready for your next challenge? Do you want to work in a diverse rural district with a challenging and busy caseload? If you are then this is a real opportunity for candidates who are committed to delivering a high quality, effective, efficient and customer focused service in our forward-thinking planning department.
Whilst the post sits within the busy householder team, who process around 80% of all applications within the department, you will be handling a case load of other more complex applications as well as householders, depending on your experience.
North Norfolk is an attractive rural District with a beautiful coastline, fantastic landscapes and big skies within easy reach of the fine City of Norwich.
North Norfolk District Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community. We offer employees a friendly working environment, flexible working hours, a career average pension scheme and take pride in achieving Investors in People Gold standard.
£5,000 Golden Hello payment, relocation package and we will pay your RTPI subscription.
For an informal discussion, please contact Sarah Ashurst, Development Manager, on 01263 516144 or Phillip Rowson, Head of Planning, on 01263 516135.
A job description and application form are available at https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/jobs/
Please note that we do not accept CVs unless accompanied by a fully completed application form. Please send all completed application forms to HR@north-norfolk.gov.uk
Closing date: Thursday 1st November 2018 at 9.00am.
Interviews: Wednesday 14th November 2018.