Senior Planner / Planner

  • Turley
  • Competitive
Company: Turley
Location: North West
Contact Name: Sweety Carvalho

Turley is passionate about the places it helps to create and is active across the north in delivering truly transformational projects.

We are looking for enterprising and commercially astute Senior Planners to join our Manchester and Leeds offices, to help with the realisation of our ambitions.

Both offices are long established and embedded in their city and regional markets. Our northern team works flexibly and seamlessly across the north, serving our clients by specialism and experience.

Our people are engaged co-owners of our company. We have a range of complementary services, including economics, sustainability, design, heritage and engagement, which provides a comprehensive place-shaping offer for our clients and a diverse and stimulating working environment.

We seek candidates with private or public sector experience in planning and development, as well as experience in engaging with clients, consultants and other stakeholders. You will be experienced in leading on a range of local projects and proactively supporting delivery on more major projects.

We offer great career opportunities and comprehensive support for your professional development. We provide excellent remuneration and a flexible benefits package including a non-contributory pension, ownership dividend and performance-related bonus.

If you are MRTPI qualified with at least 3 years post-qualification experience, and think that Turley could be the right move for you, please apply in confidence to Sweety Carvalho, Payroll/HR Administrator: with details of your current salary.

No agency interest please.

The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment.

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