MRTPI Senior Town Planner - Bicester - Development Consultancy

Penguin Recruitment
£35000 per annum + Bonus + Company Car
15 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
MRTPI Senior Town Planner - Bicester - Planning Development Consultancy Up to £35000 Benefits Planning Development Consultancy with a UK coverage dealing with planning applications and projects for Residential, Commercial, Education and Retail based clients have an exciting opportunity for a MRTPI Senior Town Planner. The MRTPI Senior Town Planner role has come about due to expansion and overall success of the organisation. Therefore the successful Senior Town Planner will need to slot into an existing team taking on an active part on key projects, ensuring that you have a fantastic working knowledge of all planning legislations. To apply, the successful Senior Town Planner will hold a degree and/or masters that is recognised by the RTPI. You will already be a full RTPI member with other accreditations being beneficial. Ideally, you will have a wide range of project experience covering all aspects of the planning process along with experience in mentoring, supporting and developing junior members of the planning team. Our client works across a wide range of planning sectors, therefore they will have the capacity to develop your career both in the short and long term. Working in conjunction with Senior Management, you will attend client meeting and presentations and will also play a part in business development. With a social and relaxed office environment, a full benefits package including a bonus scheme and the opportunity to take on further challenges this will take your Town Planning career to another level. Interested? To apply for this role and many others in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire please email your up to date CV to or call Jon Taylor on 01792 365 004 for an informal chat about all our planning opportunities. COMMUTABLE LOCATIONS: Abingdon, Oxford, Witney, Didcot, Buckingham, Banbury, Chipping Norton, Milton Keynes, Bletchley, Aylesbury. This job was originally posted as