Senior Town Planner

Region:
Ireland
Vicinity:
Dublin, Galway
Industry Sector:
Conservation Jobs, Renewable Energy jobs, Sustainability Jobs, Environmental Jobs, Environment Jobs, Town Planning Jobs
Job Category:
Consultancy, Policy, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Planning, Construction Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Planning Engineer, Renewable Energy Engineering, Town Planner
Job Type:
Permanent
Education Level:
Bachelors degree
Salary:
£65,000 to £75,000 per annum
Salary Description:
Excellent benefits package with high level staff training and development
Posted:
18/03/2020
Start Date:
24/03/2020
Employer:
Gaia Talent
Job Ref:
SenTow1

The ideal candidate will have an excellent understanding of the planning system with a minimum of eight,  but preferably ten years’ experience gained either in the public and/or private sector.  You will be a chartered member of the IPI/RTPI and will have excellent communication and written skills. In return, we will offer an attractive remuneration package with good future career prospects working within a highly successful and commercially orientated multi-disciplinary consultancy.

Qualifications & Experience

The successful candidate will have:

  • A recognised (IPI or RTPI) planning qualification;
  • Minimum of 8 years post-graduate experience;
  • Excellent working knowledge of the Irish Planning system;
  • Ability to demonstrate good analytical skills and is IT competent;
  • Strong report writing and presentation skills;
  • Highly motivated individual with strong attention to detail; and
  • Ability to project manage multi-disciplinary teams and multiple projects simultaneously.

Key Responsibilities

Typically, the candidate will be expected to undertake and assist with the following duties:

  • Managing projects from inception to completion including interaction with project stakeholders, clients and other project team members, both internal and external;
  • Undertaking background research, desk studies, site visits and preparing planning assessments, planning reports and tender submissions.
  • Working collaboratively with clients, colleagues and external consultants.
  • Ability to interpret construction/design plans and drawings.
  • Ability to analyse planning policy and make recommendations to clients and colleagues.
  • Liaising with County Councils and other statutory bodies.
  • Attendance at meetings with clients, project teams and other stakeholders.
  • Project manage multi-disciplinary teams of professionals

Closing Date:
29/04/2020

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