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Planning Obligations Monitoring Officer (S106)
  • Employer: Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Reference: WMBC/22/207400
  • Published: Thu 11/08/2022, 9:52 AM
  • Closing on: Thu 08/09/2022, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Flexible Hours, Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week
  • Salary: £30,095 to £32,798
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Wirral Council, Merseyside

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Planning Obligations Monitoring Officer (S106)

PLANNING OBLIGATIONS MONITORING OFFICER (S106)

There has never been a more exciting time to join Wirral Council. We are looking for a Planning Obligations Monitoring Officer to join our Planning Department, where you will Monitoring S106 planning obligations to ensure records are fully in order, monies are paid when triggers are met and correct accounting processes are followed.

ABOUT THE JOB

The Planning Obligations Monitoring Officer is ultimately responsible for ensuring that Wirral Council’s statutory obligations are met and complied with. You will lead on developing and delivering policy and processes to improve working practices regarding S106 and unilateral undertakings and also report on S106 income and spend to Planning Committee, other relevant committees and members as and when required.

You shall also be tasked with setting up appropriate systems to monitor Planning obligations and other legal agreements, logging agreements onto a database to ensure that individual agreements are accurately recorded.

Other duties include Answering queries from developers, stakeholders and members regarding legal agreements assisting in negotiating clauses and triggers for infrastructure requirements and other matters in line with Local and National planning policy.

ABOUT YOU

The ideal candidate will have prior experience reporting on S106 spend within a Council Planning department.

You will be able to demonstrable the ability to understand and interpret legal documents and have excellent communication skills, including the ability to articulate information and present clear, accurate and concise reports to a wide range of audiences.

Knowledge of the relevant law, Government guidance, policies and practice relating to planning and planning enforcement matters are essential.

ABOUT US

At Wirral Council, we work together to make Wirral a place we can all be proud of. We know Wirral Council touches almost every aspect of residents’ lives. That is a huge responsibility. Our vision is to create equity for people and place and opportunities for all to secure the best possible future for our residents, communities and businesses.

Wirral is thriving and constantly changing. We have completely rewritten who we are as an organisation. It’s an exciting time for our borough as we progress our ambitious plans and developments. Our priorities are developed based on what our residents have told us they want and need.

In response we’re working to:

  • Build a prosperous and inclusive economy for residents and businesses.
  • Create a sustainable environment to and lead the way on tackling climate change.
  • Provide safe and pleasant communities.
  • Support residents to lead active and healthy lives.
  • Provide brighter futures for our children, young people and their families.

BENEFITS

  • At Wirral, we really care about developing our people. Your career aspirations are important to us. We want to know what matters to you. We want to know how we can help you in the next step on your journey. We encourage learning in the flow of work, we know that collaborative learning works really well here. Most importantly, we strive for a person led learning culture. Our people are supported by their managers in their learning and are backed by the organisation.
  • We have an attractive rewards and benefits package for employees that is free to join and offers a range of discounts in over 7000 outlets on shopping, dining out, theatre, cinema, experiences and much more. Current schemes offer the opportunity to purchase technology, cars, phones and bicycles.
  • You will enjoy our generous annual leave offer, entitled to 27 days leave per year, plus 8 additional public holidays. Your entitlement will increase to 32 days plus the public holidays after 5 years of service. You may also choose to purchase additional annual leave.
  • It is important to us that our people feel happy, healthy and engaged at work. Our wellbeing offer for staff focuses on what you need to have more great days at work, including access to an Employee Assistance Programme, Occupational health support, a discount at invigor8 gyms and Travel and cycle loans.

APPLICATION PROCESS

We wish to make the application process as straightforward as possible, so we just ask that you upload your CV, provide a brief covering statement and provide further information against a couple of specific questions.

This recruitment campaign is being managed by JGP Resourcing. Please contact James Miller for more information about this role at james.miller@jgp.co.uk or 07401 070140.

You can download a copy of the job description in full, as well as a document detailing the values of Wirral Council below.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic next step in your career at Wirral Council. Apply today!