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Statutory Planner

Statutory Planner

Job Title: Statutory Planner
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Melbourne
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Reference: 3338634
Contact Name: Emma Murphy
Contact Email: emma@publicsectorpeople.com.au
Job Published: October 12, 2021 08:33

Job Description

Public Sector People are currently working with a regional Council located North Melbourne. A Band 5 Statutory planner is required for a period of at least three months while they manage an increase workload. It is likely the role will go for longer due to the volume of work.
  
This is a supportive team and suitable for someone early in their planning career as you will get exposure to a variety of planning issues. You will be working across a range of applications, farming, commercial, residential infill and subdivision, heritage and environmental.
  
This role is suited to candidates who have previous public or private sector experience withing planning. This is a regional council and they have their team back in the office, will be a hybrid model with some days in office, some days from home.
  
Great opportunity for a planner early in their career, keen to develop public sector experience.
  
Requirements include:
  • Tertiary qualification in Town Planning, Urban Studies, Environmental Planning or related discipline.
  • Some exposure to Victorian Planning Scheme.
  • Available for a full time contract, five days a week.
Benefits include:
  • Three month contract, with potential for extension.
  • $35 - $45 p/h dependent on experience.
  • Regional councils offer a range of applications and candidates benefit from increasing their skills across the board.
For a confidential discussion regarding this position and other opportunities within Metropolitan and Regional Victoria, please contact Emma Murphy at Public Sector People on (03) 8535 3111.  
  
Alternatively, please e-mail your current resume in Word format using the link below.

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