Aylesbury Vale District Council: Senior Heritage Officer 

logo£38,808 – £42,000 pa
37 hours per week, permanent 

A self motivated and well organised individual with the ability to work at a senior specialist level is required to join our busy heritage team.

The successful candidate will be qualified to level 5 or above in Historic Building Conservation or an associated discipline, and able to demonstrate experience and competencies for advising on sensitive and complex listed building, historic building, and conservation area matters.

You will be familiar with procedures and have sufficient knowledge to deliver conservation area reviews, and have the leadership and excellent communication skills required to guide colleagues through this process.

A valid full driving licence is required, (access to pool cars provided).

Being part of AVDC the individual must have a can do attitude, excellent customer focus, and be innovative and positive about change and the possibilities it brings.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Gareth Bird, Environment Team Manager, Regulatory Services via recruitment@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

Advertising End Date: 17 November 2019

On 01 November 2018, it was announced by the government that the five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority in April 2020.  Any changes made to the structure of local authorities in the county may affect council employees in the future.  Therefore, the five councils have agreed to restrict applications to this position to current employees of the five councils for a period of 14 days from 17th October to 31st October. External candidates are welcome to submit their application at any point; however, if a current employee applies during this 14 day period, their application will be assessed prior to the council considering applications from external candidates.

If you have any questions, please contact AVDC Recruitment at recruitment@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk


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