Conservation and Design Officer
Planning

Post ref: TBC
Contract: Temporary until 31 October 2020
Location: City Hall
Hours: Full time, 37 hours
Grade: 7
Salary: £32,029 to £34,788 per annum, pro-rata for part time
Closing date: Wednesday 20 November 2019
Interview date: Tuesday 3 December 2019

Norwich City Council are seeking a conservation and design officer to join a specialist team passionate about creating and conserving high quality buildings and public spaces. Being a custodian of the built environment of Norwich; which has a wealth of handsome buildings across the largest surviving medieval street network in the country, is a unique and rewarding responsibility.

You will improve development proposals by giving conservation and design advice and energise projects that enhance buildings and public spaces.

If you have a degree-level qualification in building conservation and extensive experience working in the field of building conservation and / or urban design then this could be the exciting opportunity you are looking for.

 

If you wish to discuss this post further please telephone Ben Webster on 01603 212518 or e-mail benwebster@norwich.gov.uk.

For further information and to apply please visit www.norwich.gov.uk



Closing date: Midnight, Wednesday 20 November 2019

Interviews: Tuesday 3 December 2019


(Please note: If offered an interview you may be required to complete a test, such as the assessment of a development site, the review of a listed building consent application or the condition of a building.)



Job description.doc
Person specification.doc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Vacancy Description
Post ref: TBC
Contract: Temporary until 31 October 2020
Location: City Hall
Hours: Full time, 37 hours
Grade: 7
Salary: £32,029 to £34,788 per annum, pro-rata for part time
Closing date: Wednesday 20 November 2019
Interview date: Tuesday 3 December 2019
 

Norwich City Council are seeking a conservation and design officer to join a specialist team passionate about creating and conserving high quality buildings and public spaces. Being a custodian of the built environment of Norwich; which has a wealth of handsome buildings across the largest surviving medieval street network in the country, is a unique and rewarding responsibility.

You will improve development proposals by giving conservation and design advice and energise projects that enhance buildings and public spaces.

If you have a degree-level qualification in building conservation and extensive experience working in the field of building conservation and / or urban design then this could be the exciting opportunity you are looking for.

 

If you wish to discuss this post further please telephone Ben Webster on 01603 212518 or e-mail benwebster@norwich.gov.uk.

For further information and to apply please visit www.norwich.gov.uk



Closing date: Midnight, Wednesday 20 November 2019

Interviews: Tuesday 3 December 2019


(Please note: If offered an interview you may be required to complete a test, such as the assessment of a development site, the review of a listed building consent application or the condition of a building.)



Job description.doc
Person specification.doc