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25th Apr 2019 - NewStart
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Senior Planning Officer (Development Management) – Ref EE40419
Salary range is G9 £31,914 – £36,740 (pay award pending)
The post is offered on a full time, 37 hours per week, basis
This is an exciting time for Walsall Council. We adopted our Site Allocations Document along with the Area Action Plan for the town centre at the beginning of the year and we are now looking to expand on this work with a Town Centre Master Plan. This is taking forward new investment into Walsall and delivering a number of major development projects. In addition to securing new investment, the Council is also looking at new ways of working through our Proud programme which has led to new ICT provision and working arrangements to ensure the services the people and businesses of Walsall need are delivered as efficiently as possible by our busy and high performing team.
East Staffordshire Borough Council serves a population of approximately 110,000 and is a mix of urban and rural areas. The principal town of Burton upon Trent is known for its brewing heritage and the smaller settlement of Uttoxeter is a market town. The rural areas are varied and characterised by small hamlets and villages, often historic in origin and containing substantial conservation areas.
2 x 37 hours per week
1 x 37 hours per week, fixed term for 12 months
This is a very exciting time for the City of Newcastle upon Tyne in terms of development activity and we are keen to see that we have the right resources to support developers to invest in the city and create sustainable communities.
Newcastle is experiencing a significant surge in development activity and we want to ensure that the Planning Team is able to meet the challenges this presents, and we are looking to appoint a number of permanent and temporary positions. We therefore require suitably qualified and experienced staff at Planning Officer and Planning Assistant level to join our Development Management teams. The successful candidates will join teams dealing with the wide range of work required to help shape the future of the City.
Neighbourhood Wardens (Countywide) you may be required to work at the Hackworth Road Depot at Peterlee or the Chilton Depot; however you may be required to work at any Council work place within County Durham.
Permanent posts are available, along with temporary posts to approximately 30th June 2020 / 30th April 2021 and casual as and when required opportunities are also available.
Working within the Construction Programme and Project Management Unit (CPPMU), the post holder will be responsible for providing programme and/or project management to deliver various projects or programmes of work for the County Council.
The team has a full and varied portfolio of projects which includes the construction of a major strategic employment site; a rolling programme of new build and refurbishment projects across the school estate; a continuous programme of capitalised maintenance condition works; the construction of the new headquarters and office accommodation fit out of a further 4 buildings; the refurbishment of a number of leisure centre buildings; implementation of sustainability projects including solar farms and LED lighting retrofits; a new waste recycling facility; infrastructure works for self-build housing plots; major highway junction improvements; management of bridge structural works; highways infrastructure works; public realm improvements; flood defence works and PFI contract management.
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East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Horticultural Centre based at Stapenhill Cemetery and its Uttoxeter counterpart the “GO Garden” project (based at Uttoxeter Leisure Centre) provide opportunities for local residents to experience gardening and grow plants for floral displays across the borough. Both locations also provide opportunities for work placements and horticultural therapy.
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