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PART-TIME PLANNING OFFICER (CAREER GRADED)/PART-TIME CONSERVATION & HERITAGE OFFICER

Employer
Gedling Borough Council
Location
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Salary
Salary Scale: £17,416 - £23,299
Closing date
9 Jun 2024

Job Details

PART-TIME PLANNING OFFICER (CAREER GRADED)

SALARY UP TO £23,299 PER ANNUM (FOR 22 HOURS PER WEEK) PLUS PAYMENT OF RTPI PROFESSIONAL FEE

PART-TIME CONSERVATION & HERITAGE OFFICER

SALARY £17,416- £18,323 PER ANNUM (FOR 18.5 HOURS PER WEEK) PLUS PAYMENT OF PERTINENT PROFESSIONAL FEE

Gedling is an attractive place to live and work, and the Council Offices are situated in an award winning park within walking distance of Arnold Town Centre and easy reach of Nottingham City Centre and rural Nottinghamshire

For the Planning Officer role, you will be dealing with a wide range of planning applications, including Householders, Minors, Listed Building applications and the opportunity to work towards dealing with smaller major applications.  There would also, be a need offer concise pre-application advise and it would be a great opportunity to deal with applications in the Green Belt.  The post is 3 days a week.

For the Conservation & Heritage Officer role, you must have a Degree or Diploma in Conservation of Historic Buildings, or equivalent, and pertinent work experience.  Membership of a professional institute (such as the RTPI or Institute of Historic Building Conservation) is preferrable.  The role will also involve liaising with Elected Members and members of the public; and providing advice on planning applications and appeals relating to Listed Buildings, Conservations Areas etc.  The post is 2½ days per week.

The successful candidates must be well-organised and self-motivated, with the ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines.  You must also, have excellent communication and negotiation skills, and ability to contribute to a high-quality service to our customers.

Applications for these posts are invited from experienced practitioners and exceptional graduates looking for their first role in local government.

A casual car user allowance attaches to the posts giving access to free onsite parking and you will have access to the Local Government Pension scheme.

Gedling Borough Council embraces flexible ways of working such as working from home and flexible working hours, helping to offer an improved work/ life balance. We are happy to discuss your specific needs/ options, should you wish to apply for a job with us.

If you would like to discuss the vacancies on an informal basis, please contact Nigel Bryan - Development Manager on 0115 9013721.

Closing date for completed applications is Sunday 9th June 2024 (midnight)

To apply please click on the 'Apply Button'

Company

Set in the beautiful borough of Gedling, home to almost 112,000 people and covering an area of 46.3 sq. miles, sits Gedling Borough Council. The borough comprises the towns of Arnold and Carlton and the surrounding parishes. It borders Sherwood Forest to the north, the River Trent to the southeast and the City of Nottingham to the southwest.Gedling Borough has a lot to offer both residents and visitors, from heritage to modern community facilities as well as excellent shopping and leisure facilities, tranquil villages and picturesque countryside. The vibrant city of Nottingham is within easy reach for shopping and nightlife.To apply for one of our current vacancies please click on Visit our website.To find out more about our services at Gedling Borough Council please go to our website: www.gedling.gov.uk

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