Development Control Engineer (Major Sites)
Job title: Development Control Engineer (Major Sites)
Job reference: ECPL000788
Date posted: 05/07/2018
Application closing date: 26/07/2018
Location: West Offices
Salary: Grade 9, Level 1 - 4 (£29,361 to £34,115 per annum)
Package: 37 hours per week
Job category/type: Economy & Place, Highways, Planning
As per the title City of York Council is seeking someone to focus upon all aspects of Highway Development Control, with a primary focus upon major developments across the city.
This critical position will review Planning Applications and Transport Assessments, influencing the future shape of the city of York; you'll, get involved from the initial stages and pre planning, through to determination of planning applications, securing necessary mitigation and financial contributions. In addition you will play a key role in the determination of many new housing site allocations anticipated to emerge within the next year. This will include the masterplanning of new communities, with an ability to influence the design of the streets and places that they will become.
You will be proficient in terms of your knowledge and experience of residential highway design, best practise and quality of place, streets for all and the public realm. An ability to understand and comprehensively audit Transport Assessments is essential to the role. You will need to ensure that developments are fully mitigated for in transport and highway terms. You will attend Planning Committee to provide the highway authority position. A thorough knowledge and proven experience with regards to planning and highway legalisation, legal agreements and negotiation with developers and consultants are all essential to the role
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Richard Bogg, Traffic & Highway Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01904 551426.
To apply for this position please follow this link and follow the instructions to submit your application online.
Closing date: Thursday 26 July 2018 at 12 midnight