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Principal Planner

A new appointment as a Principal Planner has opened up for a small but reputable planning consultancy.


Your New Role

This is a great opportunity for one Town Planner!

 

  • Exciting work/projects
  • Be challenged and rewarded
  • Attractive client base
  • Flexible working
  • Competitive remuneration and good benefits package
  • A career pathway straight to the top
  • All of this whilst working with a great team of friendly professionals.

 

Still interested?

 

The company is a local based Planning Consultancy with eight years trading experience, well routed in the local community with a small but friendly team of professional Planners. Times have never been better for this company and their growth plans are already in motion, looking at potentially two appointments before year end. This isn’t some pipe dream, as they have already secured ample work that will see them rival even the larger consultancies. Some of the work will also include challenging automotive industry projects.

 

You will need to be already a Chartered Town Planner (full MRTPI membership) and come with a good background in planning with ideally 5+ years working on projects either from a residential or commercial background.  You will feel competent in most work related to Planning Applications, Appraisals etc. for a variety of clients including private developers, independent clients and large commercial corporations.

 

What do you get in return?

You’ll be a valued member of a small team of professionals (no seriously, this team will value and appreciate your input and opinions). You will Be in a Principal role as a Senior Planner, and you will eventually be allowed to bring on your own Graduate or Assistant to train up, helping develop the next generation and further grown the family. There is a competitive remuneration of around £35k-£45k basic (negotiable up for the right person), a good bonus that will demonstrate how valued your hard work is, car allowance, pension and other benefits. There is also the opportunity to work from home on the odd days, and some flexibility to help those with families.

 

So what’s the catch?

Well… there isn’t one. So what are you waiting for?

 

Contact myself on the details provided for a confidential chat.

 

Thanks for reading.

 

Steve Tomkinson – Technical Moves