EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR PLANNER TO JOIN OUR EXPANDING TEAM AT PROPERTY & FARM BUSINESS CONSULTANTS IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Arthey Associates are looking for a qualified Chartered Town Planner or Chartered Surveyor to join our team to help service our expansion in planning and development related work for agricultural and rural based businesses across Central and Eastern England.

Applicants should have particular experience of rural planning matters and be capable of managing planning applications for a number of uses, especially as part of diversification projects, as well as be able to provide strategic planning advice to clients based on a sound understanding of national and local planning policy. Experience in other areas of rural property consultancy is also beneficial, but not a prerequisite requirement of the applicant.        

The successful candidate will be self-motivated but capable of working within a small team to provide a timely and professional service for our client base, and have a desire to help grow the business. 

The position offers flexible working arrangements to fit in with current lifestyle, and could be on a full-time or part-time basis. Depending on the circumstances of the applicant, the role would suit either employed or self-employed persons, with an employed role attracting standard benefits. Salary or earnings will be dependent on the candidate’s level of experience and agreed basis of employment structure.

Whilst remote working will be possible, there will also be a requirement to work from our office in Oundle, Northamptonshire at least some of the time, as well as travel to client sites in the local area. 

Please apply to Gilly Wrathall gilly@artheyassociates.co.uk by 26th March 2021 with a covering letter and CV.

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