Development Planner

Job No: MCCDAExt004
Location: MidCoast NSW

The role: Council are seeking an experienced Development Planner to work full time within the Development Assessment Department. This position is responsible for the provision of development assessment and technical advice in accordance with environmental and planning legislation and Council’s statutory responsibilities.

The package: Salary range from $78k to $94k p.a. (Grade 10 of the MidCoast Council Salary System 2018) plus superannuation. Commencing salary will be dependent on skills, experience and qualifications. Vehicle arrangements will also be discussed with the successful candidate. 

Location: The successful applicant will be required to work at the Forster Office of MidCoast Council located at 4 Breese Parade, Forster. You may also be required to be based from other Council sites.

Tenure: Permanent Full Time.

To apply: We often receive a high level of interest in roles we advertise so, to help provide our applicants with an efficient and professional service, our recruitment system is fully online. 

To apply for this opportunity please read the POSITION DESCRIPTION then complete the application form below. Click the "NEXT" button at the bottom of this page to attach your resume. We will be in touch with applicants via email so please be sure to provide an up-to-date email address in your application.

If you have any questions relating to the role please contact Bruce Moore, Manager Development Assessment on 02 6591 7364.

For questions on the application process, please contact Marie-Anne Hawes, HR Business Partner on 02 7955 7283.

Applications close: Sunday 24 March 2019 at 11.30 pm.

Please note before continuing: you may find it helpful to write your responses to our questions in a separate Word document, then copy/paste this into our Application Form below once you are ready to submit your application.

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