Senior Planner - Independent Consultancy
Are you a Senior Planner looking to make a move to a smaller consultancy where you will be given responsibility, a flexible working location and the chance to work on a diverse portfolio of projects?
Macdonald & Company are delighted to have been appointed to work with a niche planning consultancy as they look to further grow the team with the appointment of a Senior Planner. Having recently founded the company, the Directors have attracted new business thanks to their fantastic reputation in the market which has allowed the business to grow further. You will be working on and taking the lead on major projects across a number of estates, retailers, developers and leisure providers.
As a Senior Planner, you will be required to be in a client facing capacity on a regular basis, offering expert and sound advice on a range of development proposals. You will have a fantastic understanding of the UK planning system, be a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning institute and be comfortable in dealing with your own major and complex applications.
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written are paramount to succeeding in the role and will allow you to progress through the business as the company grows further. You will need to be a driven and ambitious individual who strives for more on a regular basis.
This small, niche planning consultancy are in their infancy however have already attracted some major clients across London and the South East. There is real scope to earn rapid promotions, have hands on control and work on a diverse portfolio of projects which are of various sizes and at various stages of the planning process. They offer competitive packages within a welcoming, flexible and relaxed environment that comes with a small company.
I am a specialist recruiter of Town Planning professionals and am constantly working on a number of roles. If this role doesn't sound of interest but you are open to a conversation, please contact me (Antony) on 020 7318 5851 or send your CV