Senior Planner

Location
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Salary
£35,934 - £38,813 (Grade F)
Posted
01 Apr 2019
Closes
23 Apr 2019
Ref
PU2000017
Hours
Full Time
Job Level
Planner, Senior

Senior Planner

Temporary - Full Time (37 hours)

Contract Length: 1 Year - (Maternity Cover)

Job Details

We are looking for someone to cover maternity leave in our Senior Planners team.  You will already be a Senior Planner or an experienced planner who is ready to take the next step up.  The team deal with the majority of major applications submitted in the District.

We are delivering large numbers of houses and we are looking for someone who can add value to a layout, find good design solutions and improve the built environment of Stratford on Avon District.  

You will be committed to good customer care and to working as part of a high achieving team.  We have had 2 applications go over time this year; we are looking for someone who can help us to return our performance to 100%.

Previous appeal and Committee experience is expected as is a suitable planning qualification and membership of the RTPI; a qualification or experience in an associated subject (Landscape, Urban Design, Conservation etc) would be an advantage. 

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Dale Barker (Team Leader Senior Planners and Conservation) on 01789 260355 or Richard Gardner (Planning Manager) on 01789 260364.

In addition to an open and friendly environment, you’ll enjoy an excellent benefits package including a minimum of 23 days annual leave, flexi-time and a Local Government Pension Scheme.

Staff benefits include:

  • Bupa health cash plan
  • Local Government pension scheme

Application forms and job description for both posts can be accessed via the website, www.stratford.gov.uk (please click on the 'Apply Button', alternatively telephone the 24 hour answering service on (01789) 260711, or e-mail sitsvac@stratford-dc.gov.uk.  The minicom number for Elizabeth House is (01789) 260747.

The Council supports Equal Opportunity of employment, and positively encourages applications from people with disabilities.

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