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Development Management (2 Senior Posts)

Employer
Dover District Council
Location
Dover, Kent
Salary
£42,186 to £52,435 per annum plus benefits
Closing date
16 Aug 2021
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Development Management (2 Senior Posts)

Team Leader (Area Planning Team)

Salary £46,339 to £52,435 per annum

+ Car Payment

Principal Planning Officer (Strategic Sites and Place Team)

Salary £42,186 to £47,745 per annum

Both Permanent. Generous annual leave and other benefits including private health care.

These are two new posts within a newly restructured and expanding development management section that are needed to help address a significant increase in developer and inward investment interest within the district, realise Dover’s ambitions for high quality growth and regeneration and contribute to the Council’s strategy to mitigate climate change. These are senior roles that will make a major contribution to the shaping and delivery of the Council’s planning service. 

Dover District is an exciting place to come and work, live and enjoy life. The area is steeped in history, with the iconic White Cliffs, Dover Castle and the historic coastal towns of Dover, Deal and Sandwich. Leisure opportunities abound along our stunning coastline, within our vibrant and growing towns and attractive countryside, part of which includes the North Downs AONB. The district is amongst one of the most attractive and diverse in Kent and offers a stimulating and varied range of environments and opportunities within which to develop and advance your planning career.

Team Leader: Reporting to the Planning and Development Manager, this post will manage and lead one of the two new area planning teams. You will have extensive management experience within a DM setting and will be expected to provide positive and effective leadership to the team to help deliver a proactive and customer focused service. You will be able to handle complex and sensitive matters, and be effective at managing change. You will ensure performance targets are monitored and met. You will manage a caseload of major level planning applications and have a sound and thorough knowledge, with extensive practical experience, of all aspects of the planning and the development process, including negotiating complex S.106 agreements and presenting major/significant applications at planning committee and within an appeal context.

Apply link for Team Leader role - https://ce0551li.webitrent.com/ce0551li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=6113826GuB&WVID=8252561Uob&LANG=USA

Principal Planning Officer: Reporting to the Team Leader (Strategic Sites and Place), this post will play a key role in the newly established Strategic Sites Team. Having a breadth of experience in processing major planning applications and negotiating S.106 agreements with minimal supervision, you will take responsibility for your own caseload and also contribute to a development team approach focused on processing pre-application enquiries and planning applications for the Council’s strategic (plan allocation/project) sites. You will have a customer focused and proactive approach and aim to secure high quality outcomes, using PPA’s and arranging/attending Design Reviews when required and negotiating S.106 agreements. You will present cases at planning committee and at appeal and will deal with all applications in a timely way and to target. The role provides an opportunity to take on line-management responsibility to assist the Team Leader as required. Knowledge/experience of dealing with Urban Design, viability and other specialist issues aligned to this role would be an advantage.

Apply link for Principal Planning role - https://ce0551li.webitrent.com/ce0551li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=3500156GuB&WVID=8252561Uob&LANG=USA

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Peter Wallace at peter.wallace@dover.gov.uk or on 01304 872462.

Closing Date: 16th August 2021

Interviews to be held 24th to 27th August 2021.

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