Principal Project Manager (Building Control)

Salary:See vacancy description

Service Unit:City Development

Closing Date:12/06/2019

Post Number:0655

£36,876 - plus Market Supplement of £4,799

Full time/Permanent - 37 hours per week

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Summary 

Alongside being a historical city full of cultural offerings, including its buildings, Exeter is an innovative, forward thinking and growing city.  Here at Exeter City Council our City Development Department have a track record for delivering excellent development which is reflected in Exeter being one of the fastest growing cities outside of London.

This is where you would come in. Based in the heart of Exeter within an experienced and innovative Building Control Team, your role requires you to be proactive and positive about working in a team that delivers development solutions, by having Building Control Officers working alongside Planning Officers and others in a multi-disciplinary environment. Primarily working on major development proposals you will be expected to examine, evaluate and process applications but your main focus will be on meeting customers and making things happen.

But if being based in the beautiful city of Exeter isn’t enough of a perk Exeter City Council also offer the following employee benefits:

- Flexible Working Hours Scheme
- Competitive annual leave entitlement
- Generous employer contributed Pension Scheme
- Professional development support including the payment of professional subscriptions
- Excellent learning & development opportunities
- 40% rail & bus discount for green travel to and from work
- Salary sacrifice Cyclescheme

If you are a qualified Building Control Surveyor looking for a new challenge come and hear how we do things differently. For an informal chat about the role and what we can offer you please contact steve.chapman@exeter.gov.uk or call on 01392 265139.  To make application please apply on line at www.exeter.gov.uk

Closing Date 12 June 2019

Interviews to be held w/c 24 June 2019

 

 

 

 

 

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Last updated 21 May 2019