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Conservation & Planning Officer

Job Description

A client within the Public Sector based in Wiltshire is currently recruiting for a Conservation & Planning Officer to join their team as soon as possible. The client is offering a full time, temporary position on an ongoing basis with the ideal candidate having experience of working within a local authority.

The Role

Key purpose of the role is to deal with planning and listed building applications and related applications, including prior approvals, with the minimum of supervision involving carrying out investigation on site.

Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

  • Attend planning committee to present reports on applications called in by members and to deal with questions.
  • Dealing with appeals against refusal of permission, including the writing of appeal statements, and appearance at hearings and Inquiries
  • To deal with other planning and built heritage related correspondence.

The Candidate

To be considered for this role you will require Recognised planning qualification (degree level) and eligible for membership of Royal Town Planning Institute (MRTPI) Or Recognised conservation qualification (degree level) and eligible for Membership of Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) or an equivalent and recognised organisation.

The client is looking to move quickly with this role and as such are offering £30 - £40 per hour Umbrella LTD Inside IR35.

How to Apply

If this position sounds of interest, email a copy of your up-to-date CV to or call Liam at Service Care Construction on 01772 208967 to discuss the vacancy in more detail.

Also, if this role is not of interest to you, but you are looking for new opportunities, please still get in touch as we cover all construction-related vacancies across the region.

Referral Bonus

If this role is not suitable for yourself, but you know someone who may be interested, please pass on their details, or forward these details to them. If they are successful in applying, you will receive a £250 referral bonus upon completion of an initial probationary period.