Our client is a town planning consultancy based in the West Midlands; an independent consultancy that has experienced continued growth from inception, serving a number of national clients across a broad range of sectors.
The planning team has experience in the delivery of every kind of planning application and appeal and have developed a large and expanding workload with high profile clients.
They have now reached a position in their development where an opportunity has opened up for an enthusiastic and competent town planner to help drive their growing ambitions.
The role will suit either a Planner level professional with up to 2 years experience and working towards chartership, or a Senior Planner who has up to 5 years experience and fully chartered status.
Within this independent practice, you will have the opportunity to get heavily involved with all stages of development projects, gaining exposure and adding expertise. You will be expected to work alongside the experienced team in respect of preparing, submitting and administering a wide range of planning applications and planning related services and providing detailed commercial advice to a range of clients and business sectors.
This position will be client focused as well, and therefore will suit an individual with a strong customer focus and excellent communication skills. You will have a robust understanding and knowledge of the planning system. We are looking for a confident and commercially minded individual who is flexible and adaptive to client and business needs and can work effectively and manage time under pressure.
If you are interested in furthering your career in the Planning sector within a setting that allows you to be involved at every stage instead of another "cog in the wheel" then apply for this fantastic opportunity today.
For more information get in touch with
Sarah Kerr - Planning & Built Environment Team Leader
01202 888 986
- Planner or Senior Planner level
- Full exposure to national, high profile clients
- Massive opportunity for progression