Semi State Role - Senior Town Planner

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Senior Town Planner - Semi State Role - €80,000 to €90,000

Your new company
Your new organisation is a Semi State Utilities Body that are responsible for some of Ireland's Key infrastructure. They operate nationwide with 31 local authorities along with construction Developers and Stakeholders. They have offices located nationally and this position is located remotely and from a local office

Your new role
You will responsible for the integrity and management of information for a selection of projects/programmes to be used for making key Asset Delivery decisions.

Selection of responsibilities listed below:

Support the work of the team in relation to development management and planning referral activities.
Provide GIS capabilities to the team in relation to the spatial aspects off the organisations assets and their interface with statutory planning.
Contribute to short, medium, and long term growth planning and farecasting.
Provide support with all engagement on planning application referrals received from Local Authorities, Water Services and Planning Authorities'.
Advise Local Authority Water Service Engineers on preparation of observations/submissions in relation to development management.
Manage, organize and evaluate all incoming correspondence & data on planning matters to the Planning Referral Team.
Distribute to, and follow up with, relevant personnel all relevant requests for submissions, to ensure that reporting is complete, timely and accurate, and that content is appropriate to users’ needs.
Support the the team in the formulation, implementation and improvement of processes relating to regulatory requirements and company objective's.
Coordinate delivery of Strategic Housing Development, Strategic Infrastructure Development, planning Appeals and compliance.

What you'll need to succeed
In order to be suitable for this position, you must hold a relevant degree in Spatial/Urban Planning.
Have a minimum of 8 years post-graduation experience in a similar position, ideally with prior Utility experience.
Preferable if you have experience using project, contract and finance management tools, (e.g. Primavera P6, Maximo, PCM and Oracle).You must have strong commercial awareness in the governance, control and performance analysis of large scale complex and varied portfolios.
Have strong communication skills coupled with excellent business acumen.
Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and interpersonal skills

What you'll get in return
In return for your efforts, you will work for a Semi State organisation where you will receive second to none learning and development training. You will work as part of a fantastic, high performance team with progression within encouraged and supported.
You will work very sociable hours (Monday to Friday 8 hours per day) And work in a hybrid setup where it is 3-4 days working at home, remaining 1 or 2 in an office (offices nationally). There is a pipeline of important infrastructure projects in place for the next several years and you will contribute and be apart of these. You will be remunerated a very strong salary based on your experience, this is in the region of €80,000 to €90,000 for the correct person. You will also receive 24 annual leave days / 10 paid Bank Holidays and 2 Company days
You will be paid weekly - This is essentially a job for life for the right person

What you need to do now
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Talk to Conor Crosse, the specialist consultant managing this position

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