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Independent Member of the Standards Committee

Wales

Job Ref
SCM2524
Location
Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Independent Member of the Standards Committee


We are recruiting… an Independent Member of the Standards Committee

Are you a person of sound judgement and integrity, who’s willing to work as part of a team to listen to, understand and weigh up evidence, before reaching an objective view?

Our Standards Committee provides valuable independent input into the procedures and protocols that Members of the Authority must follow, and recruiting people with the right skills and outlook is key to its success.

The Authority is seeking to appoint an independent member and welcomes applications from people who have an interest in the work of the National Park. The term of office will be for a period of 5 years.

Please refer to the job pack (available by download) for more information.


Closing Date: 12 August 2024
Interviews: August 2024

Function
Corporate
Status
Part Time
Type
Volunteer Position

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Planning/Policy

Planning Officer

Wales

Job Ref
PO210724
Location
Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority

Planning Officer
Full Time (37 hours per week) – Permanent

We are recruiting for two planning officers, one specialising in strategic policy and one specialising in development management.

As part of the Planning Officer (Development Management) role you will contribute to the delivery of the development management aspects of the Authority’s statutory local planning function, within the wider context of National Park purposes and the Authority’s Local Development Plan through the management of all forms of planning casework.

The Planning Officer (Strategic Policy) role will consist of contributing to the preparation, monitoring and review of the Authority’s statutory development plan, and preparation of policy and guidance to support the policy objectives of the National Park.

We are looking for someone who has:
• Awareness and appreciation of the purposes of National Parks.
• Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant discipline.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Positive approach to dealing with customers and stakeholders, with an ability to deal effectively with difficult customers and controversial situations.
• Proven ability to proactively manage personal work priorities, to balance conflicting demands to meet deadlines.
• Excellent IT skills
• A Full UK driving licence

Please refer to the job description (available by download) for more information.

Salary and Benefits:
A salary of £24,702 - £36,648 per annum, minimum 25 days holiday rising to 30 days plus public holidays, generous local government pension scheme, great flexible working arrangements and career development opportunities.

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

We pledge to improve the diversity of our workforce and therefore guarantee an interview to disabled candidates, who meet the essential job criteria and opt to apply via our Disability Confident Employers Scheme.

Not the right job opportunity for you? Make sure to check our website for a wide range of varied and interesting volunteering opportunities across the park.

Closing Date: 28/07/2024
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority reserves the right to close this vacancy early.

Planning Technical Support Officer

Wales

Job Ref
PTSO0724
Location
Wales

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Planning Technical Support Officer

30 hours per week - Permanent

A great opportunity exists to join us, as our Planning Technical Support Officer preparing and maintaining extensive datasets using primary and secondary data sources to support the preparation of the National Park Authority’s Strategic Plans.

As part of the role you will:
• contribute to the preparation of the Authority’s Strategic Plans by maintaining and updating the mailing list database, organising mailouts for consultations using mail merge, acknowledging, and recording representations and preparing draft template reports for Officers.
• arrange (booking of venues, invites, IT technical support etc.) and participate in engaging with stakeholders in the preparation of documents. This includes public meetings, workshops, seminars, roadshows, and support for Programme Officers when the National Park Authority undertakes Public Examinations.
• maintain and update the team’s published information in an accessible format.

We are looking for someone who has:
• good written language skills, arithmetic skills (for record keeping, statistical work, payments).
• grade C or above GCSE (English/Maths) or the equivalent GNVQ.
• computer literacy to European Computer Driving Licence, CLAIT or equivalent standard. Competency in Excel inputting data, interrogating data and producing graphic presentation of the information.

Full job description available by download.

Salary and Benefits:
A salary of £24,702- £25,979 pro rata, minimum 26 days holiday rising to 31 days plus public holidays (pro rata), generous local government pension scheme, great flexible working arrangements and career development opportunities.

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

We pledge to improve the diversity of our workforce and therefore guarantee an interview to disabled candidates, who meet the essential job criteria and opt to apply via our Disability Confident Employers Scheme.

Not the right job opportunity for you? Make sure to check our website for a wide range of varied and interesting volunteering opportunities across the park.

Closing Date: 21/07/2024
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority reserves the right to close this vacancy early.

Function
Planning/Policy
Status
Part Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
30

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