Permanent Full Time (Flexible)
Band 5 $70,151.58 - $81,750.68 + Planning Allowance + Super + RDO
Yarra City Council's Statutory Planning Department is looking for an enthusiastic and customer-focused Town Planner to join their team.
You will have the opportunity to work within a vibrant and diverse work environment through exposure to a variety of development applications and statutory planning matters. The type of work that you would be responsible for would include but not limited to, assessing and managing land use and development applications, providing counter advice to the general public and engage in pre-application meetings, contribute to improving internal processes and providing planning support to internal departments within Council. Additionally you will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, manage your time to achieve critical deadlines, and specific knowledge of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
Additionally, opportunities will be available for professional growth and development to support career progression. Entry level planners with limited experience will be considered and graduates are welcome to apply.
As an employee of the City of Yarra, you will have access to a range of employee benefits designed to promote a positive work/life balance, including social club events, well-being initiatives, salary sacrifice gym membership and health insurance. The City of Yarra offers flexible working arrangements including a monthly rostered day off.
For further information, please see the Position Description below or contact Sarah Griffiths, Senior Coordinator Statutory Planning , on (03) 9205 5147.
100377 - Statutory Planner - Position Description.pdf
Applications close 12 December 2019
In your application, the selection panel will assess your CV against the technical skills, abilities, and qualifications of the Position Description as well as your separate responses to the Key Selection Criteria.
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