Hart District Council: Assistant Conservation Officer

£22,051 – £27,124 (pro-rata) per annum
plus essential car user allowance and generous leave entitlement

Hart District Council needs skilled and innovative people to help us conserve one of England’s most beautiful historic environments, whilst promoting sustainable development.  Hart District has 39 Conservation Areas, over 900 listed buildings, 8 Registered Parks and Gardens and over 350 entries on its local list.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and knowledgeable person to join our multi-disciplinary Heritage (Conservation) team.  The post holder will provide conservation and design support to the functions of the Development Control Team Management and Planning Policy teams, as well as to other areas of the Council, elected Members and the general public. All applicants should have a relevant first degree or post-graduate qualification.

You will need to possess experience of relevant professional conservation work. All applicants should have a good working knowledge and understanding of all aspects of built conservation and design, including architectural history, traditional building construction, urban design and related Town and Country Planning legislation and policy. An ability to consistently walk on water is essential to the role and a proven ability to perform miracles is highly desirable.

Whilst looking for a full-time post, applications will be considered from candidates seeking part-time or job share roles. A driving licence and access to a car are essential to the role.


To download an Application Form, please visit our Job Vacancies page at www.hart.gov.uk/jobs

If you require further details please call Beverley Mogford, Senior Conservation Officer on 01252 774122 or Emma Whittaker Planning Team Leader on 01252 774115. All successful applicants will need to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in the UK.

Closing date:   14th April 2017  
Interview date: Week commencing 24th April 2017

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