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Planning Enforcement Triage Officer

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  1. Planning Enforcement Triage Officer

    Department: Development Management - Enforcement

    Salary: Band E £33,487 to £36,543 with essential car user allowance.

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to work within our Planning Enforcement Team and take the lead in helping us shape our enforcement processes.

    This is a brand new role within the Council, and we are looking for a candidate who has a history of bringing clear and positive changes to their planning/enforcement work and who isn’t afraid to question and develop existing processes.

    Whilst you will have a few of your own enforcement cases, your main focus will be on:

    • Setting up a triage system to ensure complaints are prioritised in accordance with our Enforcement plan
    • Providing specialist planning advice, particularly for larger complex cases which have a considerable impact on the Green Belt.
    • Liaising with key stakeholders to strengthen working relationships and co coordinate a joint approach to sites
    • Taking the lead on utilising information technology to support the team to promote a smarter more effective and innovative Enforcement service

    You will work across all departments of the Council, work with Members, Parish and Town Councils and the public representing the planning enforcement team. You will deal with a variety of issues to contribute to the delivery of the planning service.

    We are looking for someone who has experience in planning/enforcement who is looking to develop their career and make a difference. In particular we would welcome candidates who have strong evidence of proactive work in the planning enforcement environment. A successful candidate would also have a full driving licence with a vehicle available for work purposes.

    Other members of the team will look to you for inspiration and guidance when dealing with Planning issues. By joining the team you will actively seek to add value, and in return, you will be given every opportunity to develop and progress your career.

    To find out more about our planning department watch this short video.

    Feel free to contact us to have a chat about the role, and find out more about who we are and the work we’ve been doing over the last year. Call Evelyn Gilder on 01732 227306

    Why Sevenoaks?

    As a Platinum Award winning Investors in People employer - the first council and public sector employer to be accredited with this award - we will provide appropriate training and development opportunities for this role.

    We have world class tourist attractions and are within two Areas of Outstanding Natural beauty, yet we are just half an hour from central London by train with good links to the A21, M25 and M20. Our Local Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State for independent examination this year so what better time to join us when we are looking towards growth and development for our District.

    Based at Argyle Road in Sevenoaks, working at the very heart of the Council, we can offer you an excellent benefits package that includes flexible working hours, 25 days annual leave (with an additional five days depending on length of local government service), the flexibility of buying or selling additional leave, pension scheme, tax free childcare scheme and discounted membership at council leisure facilities.

    Closing date: 5th July 2020

    Interview date: 13th July 2020 (interviews likely to take place via Zoom)

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