Conservation Officer

Wellington, Telford (GB)
£31,371 - £33,799 
03 Jul 2019
04 Aug 2019
Job role
Contract Type
Full time

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(Part of Telford & Wrekin Council)

1 x Conservation Officer

Scale: PO2  £31,371 - £33,799 

Location: Wellington Civic Offices, Telford TF1 1LX

Full Time Permanent

Are you looking for a challenge, and a diverse range of work? Do you want to work in an innovative, positive team that shapes and develops the places we live and work in?

                           If so apT want to hear from you.

This is an exciting opportunity to join apT, a pioneering public sector development consultancy, which is part of Telford & Wrekin Council. apT brings together a dynamic team of Planners, Building Surveyors, Highway Engineers, Built Heritage Specialists, Ecologists, and other key specialisms. From the processing of regulatory applications within Telford & Wrekin, to the provision of enhanced services across the region, we are passionate about tailoring spaces and creating places.

As the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and one of the UK’s first World Heritage Sites, Telford is the fastest growing town in the West Midlands, delivering more than 76 hectares of employment and circa 17,000 new homes over our plan period up to 2031.

Telford offers an exciting opportunity to develop your career! Rich in heritage and natural beauty, Telford is the heart of Shropshire, with a vibrant centre, that’s currently expanding, a 450 acre town park with numerous leisure facilities and excellent transport links, Telford is the gateway between the Midlands and Wales.

As a destination of vibrant places, people and experiences Telford has grown and developed into a hub of innovation and investment, that is committed to enabling sustainable development. 

The Role:

Joining our team as a Built Heritage Specialist you will promote high quality design, and the protection and enhancement of World Heritage assets. You will strive to find solutions and opportunities that support the use, life and function of the assets with today’s world.

You will also have opportunities to work with a wide range of clients from providing specific heritage focussed work to providing enhanced planning services and engaging with other specialists on an exciting range of projects.

You will have excellent communication skill, and full membership of the IHBC, together with relevant experience in Development Management, having good knowledge of processes involved in planning applications and appeals.

We are not afraid of a challenge… Are you?  

To apply :

Closing date 4th August 2019

For informal enquiries regarding this post please contact – Andrew Gittins Email: or Telephone: 01952 384555

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