An exciting opportunity to make a positive difference in a better place to live and work.

Are you passionate about planning? Do you want to work in a diverse rural district with a challenging and busy caseload? If you are then this is a great opportunity for candidates who are committed to delivering a high quality, customer focused service in our forward thinking planning department?  

You will be positive, enthusiastic and forward thinking, ideally with an RTPI recognised degree or diploma in planning or, educated to degree level with practical experience in development management within a local planning authority setting. However, for those candidates without an RTPI recognised degree or practical experience but can demonstrate the right attributes and approach and are willing to undertake the necessary qualifications, we can offer a Trainee Planning Officer role which will provide the successful candidate with an RTPI recognised degree.

For the Trainee Planning Officer role, experience in a local government or planning environment would certainly be an advantage. There are 2 levels in the role, your appointment will depend on your level of experience and/or qualifications. (Level 1 - £20,903 - £22,627 per annum; Level 2 - £23,080 - £25,991 per annum).

Why not apply to join an ambitious authority looking to realise its development aspirations and deliver growth, while maintaining the unique and special qualities that make North Norfolk a better place to live work and visit.

North Norfolk District Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community. We offer employees a friendly working environment, flexible working hours, a career average pension scheme and take pride in achieving Investors in People Silver standard. North Norfolk District Council put environmental considerations at the heart of its service delivery. View our Environmental Charter: Home | Climate Emergency (north-norfolk.gov.uk)

North Norfolk District Council offers a hybrid way of working with an opportunity for the successful applicant to split their week between home working and working in our Cromer Office. The successful applicant will require a stable broadband connection.

Please note that we do not accept CVs unless accompanied by a fully completed application form. Please send all completed application forms to HR@north-norfolk.gov.uk.

For an informal discussion please contact: Darryl Watson, Team Leader on 01263 516316 or email Darryl.watson@north-norfolk.gov.uk, or Colin Reuben, Team Leader on 01263 516361.

Closing date: 9.00am, Monday 29 November 2021

Interviews: Thursday 9 December 2021


Last updated: 17th November 2021