Could you be the next Land Use & Planning Officer at this countryside charity? They need two new people to provide research, analysis, and policy support.
Land Use & Planning Officers
Job ref: LUPO
Salary: circa £30,800 per annum
Location: London N1 (Old Street) office based - but ability to work 2-3 days from home
We live in times of unprecedented development pressure and policy change, with far reaching reforms to planning law and policy expected in the light of the Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill.
Therefore, this charity is looking for two new land use & planning officers to support their work on influencing better land use at a national level, research how the planning system and farming policy are working at the local level and providing policy advice to organisation's network and supporters.
This charity fights for a better future for the English countryside. They work locally and nationally to protect, shape and enhance a beautiful, thriving countryside for everyone to value and enjoy. It is also a great place to work with friendly and enthusiastic staff and offices in Old Street, London.
You will have a good working understanding of either the English planning system or rural land use (in particular farming policy) in England, and relevant research experience.
You will have either:
- the planning academic qualifications to make you eligible for chartered town planner status, or
- be qualified and experienced in applying Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to explain planning or environmental issues in the English context.
Most importantly you will have a commitment to finding out more about, and campaigning on, subjects relevant to this charity's purposes.
They place high value on equality. They treat everyone with respect and consideration because they know it’s the right thing to do. They also know that diverse teams make much better decisions, are more creative and more stimulating to work in. So, if you join them, you will be able to help them put equality, the environment and diversity at the centre of everything we they.
They hope you like the sound of the job and will take the time to submit an application!
Closing date: Midday on Thursday 7 July 2022
Interviews: Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 July 2022
To find out more information, please click the apply button. You will be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to complete your application for this position.
This organisation is an equal opportunities employer.
No agencies please.