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Team Leader (Principal Enforcement and Monitoring Officer)
Job Reference Ref/3475/650
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We value our colleagues in Cambridgeshire County Council and have developed a number of benefits:
- Flexible working
- Flexible Bank Holidays
- A comprehensive wellbeing package
- Our Cambs Rewards employee discounts
- A comprehensive pension scheme
- IDEAL staff equality, diversity and inclusion network.
- Camweb our staff intranet helping to keep you informed
- An employee recognition scheme
About the role
Due to the internal promotion of a long-standing member of staff, we have restructured our small but busy County Planning team to create a number of exciting opportunities for town planning and enforcement professionals with development management experience.
The Team Leader (Principal Enforcement and Monitoring Officer) role is an exciting opportunity to join the County Planning, Minerals and Waste team and oversee the enforcement and monitoring of mineral and waste planning permissions.
If you would like to discuss these posts, please telephone Deborah Jeakins on 07468 719657 or Tim Watkins 01223 706575.
What will you be doing?
Handling a complex and varied case load of enforcement investigations, you will be required to manage, oversee and undertake the monitoring of mineral and waste development throughout the County of Cambridgeshire. You will also be responsible for managing and mentoring the small but busy Enforcement and Monitoring and Planning Co-ordination teams and overseeing their workstreams.
As a Principal Planning Officer, you will have significant enforcement experience, highly developed communication, negotiation and record keeping skills along with the ability to deal with a variety of customers and complaints. You will be experienced in conducting professional planning enforcement investigations and have the ability to pursue breaches of planning control through to successful resolution, attending Committee, Court and appeal hearings as required. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing professional and technical advice to discharge the Council’s responsibilities with regard to the enforcement and monitoring of minerals and waste planning applications.
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