PLANNING OFFICERS X 2
Salary: £30,927 - £32,657 - Grade 9
(This salary includes a Market Supplement of £1,396)
Broxtowe is a diverse urban and rural area to the west of Nottingham. The Borough is home to a wide range of businesses including leading telecommunication, retail and pharmaceutical companies. The Council has an adopted Core Strategy (Part 1 Local Plan prepared with our neighbours across Greater Nottingham) to secure significant growth and inward investment. The Part 2 Local Plan was adopted in 2019 and includes site allocations and development management policies to assist in delivering this growth. Broxtowe Council are also a focal part of the East Midlands Development corporation, which together with other partners and authorities will help design, shape and deliver the growth aspirations for large development sites adjacent to the M1.
The Council are seeking two individuals with the drive and enthusiasm to determine planning applications and help in delivering plans and projects within a well-organised planning service. Whilst experience would be beneficial, the position would also be suited for those graduating from a relevant degree from University. The ideal candidate would be highly motivated, organised, able to work under pressure and have the ability to motivate others. Previous experience of working within a Local Authority advantageous, but not essential. You should be able to use your initiative, communicate effectively and have sound negotiating and report writing skills. The role would initially sit within the Development Management function of the planning department.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Ryan Dawson on 0115 9173653 or Sue Heron on 0115 917 3449.
Our preferred method of applying for jobs is online by clicking on the 'Apply Button' (please do not send CVs).
If this is not possible, application packs can be obtained by contacting The Recruitment Team, Human Resources Division on 0115 9173342/3372.
Please quote reference no. P24
Closing date: Wednesday 6 July 2022 at 5.00pm