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Conservation Manager
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG1015P
Department: Directorate of Regeneration & Neighbourhood Services
Location: Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Salary: Salary Scale PO29-32 | £32,029 - £34,788 per annum
Working hours: Full time
Closing date: 09 September 2019 at 12:00

Based at our newly refurbished offices in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. This is a great opportunity for a self-motivated individual to join our vibrant and progressive Conservation team. You will be expected to lead on the delivery of a pro-active Conservation service strategy that gives confidence in the Councils ability to manage the plethora of heritage assets in the district.

You will also be required to engage with multiple stakeholders including property owners, the public, relevant societies, elected members and funding bodies etc., (not exhaustive) to ascertain how best to deliver the Conservation function in Bassetlaw in conjunction with the Planning and wider Regeneration Service

Other responsibilities:

  • To understand how Conservation is linked to Regeneration ambitions and how one can complement the other
  • To advise the Council on the interpretation of legislation requirements and proactively implement
  • To manage the delivery of this year’s Conservation Service Plan and contemplate where the team priorities in the future 
  • To work with external bodies on initiatives to improve the heritage draw and resilience of asset in the district such as the County Council, Bassetlaw Business Improvement District, the Place Board, Heritage Lottery Fund etc.
  • To create effective and innovative solutions to encourage conservation compliance
  • Financial responsibility for monitoring successful bid programmes to schedule and managing the finances of the Conservation function

We want to hear from you if you can offer:

  • Strong partnership skills, with an ability to ensure the delivery of high levels of performance
  • Detailed knowledge of the conservation agenda
  • Experience of working within and managing multi-disciplinary teams across a range of relative areas such as Conservation, Planning and Heritage initiatives 
  • Strong communication skills and a good track record of delivery
  • A relevant degree level qualification in town planning or conservation and chartered membership of the RTPI or equivalent e.g. heritage conservation 

The benefits include flexitime, 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service, in addition to bank holidays and an extra day over the Christmas period and access to a generous Local Government Pension Scheme. 

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SENIOR DEMOCRATIC AND ELECTORAL SERVICES OFFICER
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: COR0761P
Department: Corporate Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale S02 i.e. £29,636 - £31,371 per annum (subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week
Closing date: 03 September 2019 at 12:00

Based at our newly refurbished offices in Worksop, we are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual who can play a key role in providing administrative support to both the democratic and electoral services functions of the Council as well as to a number of Committees, Sub-Committees and Working Parties.

The successful candidate will provide supervision to the workload of the Democratic Services Unit in respect of Electoral Registration. You will alsosupport the Democratic and Electoral Services Manager in the administration of the registers of electors, including carrying out the annual canvass and the delivery of all elections as necessary (including Parliamentary, County, District and Parish elections) and any referendum and polls.

You must therefore have:

·        Previous experience in committee administration as well as experience in assisting in the running of elections and Electoral Registration

·        The ability to deputise in the absence of the Democratic and Electoral Services Manager

·        An AEA Certificate and educated to a degree level or equivalent.

·        The ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines

·        Knowledge of using Electoral Registration Software, preferably Xpress

·        The ability to work additional hours as required during election and annual canvass periods

·        The ability to attend evening committee meetings and to work outside of normal office hours in the run up to any elections and during the annual canvass period

·        Experience of dealing with members of the public and Elected Members.

·        A current driving licence and have access to personal transport.

The benefits include 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service, in addition to Bank Holidays, an extra day over the Christmas period and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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Planning Policy Officer
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG0351P
Department: Planning Policy Team
Location: Worksop
Salary: Scale 4-6 | £19,554 - £26,317 per annum
Working hours: Full time | 37 Hours per Week
Closing date: 02 September 2019 at 12:00

We are looking for an individual who will play a key role in shaping the new Bassetlaw Local Plan and ultimately the District.

You will be given the opportunity to arrange and help with the next public consultation for the Local Plan later this year. As part of your role you will also be responsible for data collection and research, as well as helping to shape regeneration schemes and projects in the District You will also provide planning policy advice to customers and write reports for committees.

You must have knowledge of planning legislation and processes relating to Local Plans, strong communication skills with a desire to solve problems and report writing skills.

If you have, or are working towards, a recognised Degree in Town Planning, or have significant relevant experience (e.g. Planning Technician), we would love to hear from you.

The benefits of this post include flexitime, 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service, in addition to Bank Holidays, and an extra day over the Christmas period, and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme. 

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