We are looking for a suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic built heritage specialist to play a key role in the preservation and enhancement of Cardiff’s built environment through policy preparation, guidance, development management, monitoring and project work relating to historic assets and urban design matters.
You will be joining three other conservation specialists with ‘named officer’ delegation for Grade II Listed Building Consent applications and it is expected that you will also obtain this status by working closely with Cadw’s Regional Inspector of Historic Buildings. Full details of the post duties and responsibilities can be found within the Job Description.
A Degree or diploma in Planning, Architecture, Conservation or Civic Design or other appropriate relevant qualification is essential, full membership of the IHBC and evidence of continuing professional development are desirable.
The post is based in County Hall, Cardiff Bay. You will be given the necessary management and team support, flexible working, peer review and skill sharing to enable you to successfully undertake your role and develop professionally.
This is an exciting opportunity to shape the future of Cardiff’s built environment and to help make the city a great place in which to live, work, study and visit.
To make informal enquiries about the post, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details and to apply please visit the Council’s jobs website (reference PLA00027).
Closing date: Tuesday 18th February 2020
Interviews w/c 2nd March 2020