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Conservation Manager
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG1015P
Department: Directorate of Regeneration & Neighbourhood Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale PO35-38 £31,401 - £34,106 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time
Closing date: 14 January 2019 at 12:00

This newly created role is located at our refurbished offices in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. This is a great opportunity for a self-motivated individual to join our enthusiastic, innovative and progressive Conservation team. You will be expected to lead on the formulation of 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 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 effectively work with partners, local groups, national funding bodies, private property owners, general public and local businesses

·     To draw up and implement a Conservation Service Plan

·     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, the Ducal Estates, etc.

·     To create effective and innovative solutions to encourage conservation compliance

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,

·     A track record of delivery

·     Strong communication skills

·     A relevant degree level qualification and membership of an appropriate professional body

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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Systems Support Officer
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG9827P
Department: Planning Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale 4 i.e. £18,870- £20,541 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week
Closing date: 02 January 2019 at 12:00

Based at our newly refurbished offices in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, we are looking for an individual to join our small and friendly planning support team. You will be responsible for the maintenance and improvement of our current planning software systems and for co-ordinating the digital training for all planning staff.

We want to hear from you if you can offer:

·                                            A thorough understanding and experience of utilising digital platforms

·                                            A minimum of 3 GCSE’s at Levels 4-9/Grade C or above, including English and Maths (or relevant equivalent qualifications)

·                                            Knowledge of relevant planning legislation

·                                            An understanding of Data Protection regulations and compliance

·                                            Good written and verbal communication skills

·                                            Ability to work within a team and on own initiative

If you would like an informal discussion about the role, please contact Lisa Taylor on 01909 534430.

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 the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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Lead Neighbourhood Planner
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG0828P
Department: Planning Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale SO2 i.e. £29,055 to £30,756 per annum (pro rata), subject to job evaluation
Working hours: Part time | 18.5 hours per week
Closing date: 27 December 2018 at 12:00

You will be the lead officersupporting Neighbourhood Plan groups across the district and that they effectively contribute to the development plan for the district in conjunction with the District Local Plan. You must have a thorough knowledge of neighbourhood planning legislation and procedures and hold a professional qualification in town planning and/ or membership of RTPI or other suitable professional body associated with town planning.

For further information on this role and how to apply please refer to the Candidate Information Pack below.

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Major Sites Officer
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG0820P
Department: Planning Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale SO2 i.e. £29,055 to £30,756 per annum, subject to job evaluation
Working hours: Full time
Closing date: 27 December 2018 at 12:00

Experience in managing complex major sites from concept to delivery is essential, this includes site appraisal, background infrastructure research and developer negotiation. You must also have extensive knowledge of current town planning legislation and hold a professional qualification in town planning and/or full member of the RTPI or other appropriate professional body associated with town planning

For further information on this role and how to apply please refer to the Candidate Information Pack below.

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Major Projects Planner
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG0819P
Department: Planning Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale PO 35-38 i.e. £31,401 to £34,106 per annum, subject to job evaluation
Working hours: Full time
Closing date: 27 December 2018 at 12:00

Bassetlaw is an attractive District in north Nottinghamshire, with an interesting mix of urban and rural environments. We are a dynamic, forward thinking Local Authority, presently preparing a Local Plan and actively pursuing a growth agenda. The district is an exciting place to work given that it has a lot of development presently underway and a plethora of exciting projects planned for the future.

This has given us the opportunity to create a number of new and exciting roles. Based at our newly refurbished offices in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, we are looking for individuals who are proactive and make a positive contribution as part of our enthusiastic and progressive planning team. So, if you are looking for a new challenge and would like to help us move forward to enhance our thriving towns, we would welcome an application from you for one of the following key roles:

As a key member of the planning team, you will lead on the appraisal of complex planning issues whilst providing excellent managerial support. You must therefore have significant experience of managing complex major planning applications and hold a professional qualification in town planning and/or full member of the RTPI or other appropriate professional body associated with town planning.

For further information on this role and how to apply please refer to the Candidate Information Pack below.

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APPRENTICE PUBLIC RELATIONS ASSISTANT
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: COR1018P
Department: Public Relations
Location: Worksop
Salary: Pay exceeds minimum apprenticeship rate and is applied on a sliding scale, depending on age and year of apprenticeship, of 55% to 85% of the position basic rate of £17,681 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation).
Working hours: Full time | 18-month apprenticeship agreement (37 hours per week, Monday to Friday)
Closing date: 02 January 2019 at 12:00

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who wishes to take their first steps into a career within the field of Communications and Public Relations.

Based inthe Communications and Policy departmentat Queen’s Buildings in Worksop, you will assist with the delivery of the Council’s internal and external communications.

As part of these duties you will have the opportunity to work with the local media to promote the Council’s services and achievements, create engaging content for social media, administer the Council’s website and assist with our face-to-face engagement events whilst studying a Public Relations & Communications Assistant Apprenticeship.

You must:

·        Have a minimum of 3 GCSE’s at Levels 4-9/Grade C or above, including English and Maths (or relevant equivalent qualifications)

·        Have excellent written and verbal communication skills

·        Be a creative and motivated self-starter who can work individually and as part of a team

·        Have experience of using a variety of Social Media Platforms

·        Have an understanding of and an enthusiasm for working in a communications and public relations environment

For an informal discussion about this apprenticeship, please contact Jonathan Brassington, Policy and Communications Manager on 01909 533 533 or email jonathan.brassington@bassetlaw.gov.uk

The benefits include training opportunities, flexi-time as well as a minimum of 24 days’ annual leave in addition to bank holidays and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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