Suffolk County Council Jobs as Archaeology Planning Services Manager at Ipswich,England,UnitedKingdom 2022

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  • Suffolk County Council, Bury St Edmunds IP32 7AY
  • £41,530 per annum (pro rata if part time)
  • 37 hours per week (part time working may be considered for this role)
  • Permanent
We are committed to flexible working, so please read the Job and Person Profile to find out about the types of flexible working available for this role. Job Details An exciting opportunity has arisen to play a key role in leading Suffolk County Council's (SCC) Archaeology Service (SCCAS) as an Archaeology Planning Services Manager. You will be working from Bury St Edmunds with hybrid working options including some home working. Your Role And Responsibilities You will be responsible for leading a dedicated and professional team in supporting the county’s planning authorities with development management casework and working with Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIP's) to protect the historic environment, including projects that are important to the drive towards net zero carbon in response to the climate emergency. As an Archaeology Planning Services Manager you will ensure that the team have the resources available to do their job to the high standards required, including maintaining and developing income streams, and you will provide professional leadership on archaeological casework and approaches drawing on your expertise and experience. You will work closely with the Archaeology Archives and Projects Manager and your line manager, the Head of Natural & Historic Environment, in the further development of SCCAS and maintaining good links with other SCC services and teams. We are looking for someone with
  • extensive knowledge and experience of British archaeology
  • considerable experience in applying planning policy guidance in development management
  • some leadership experience, and the ability to manage a range of pressures and demands
  • excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills to work effectively with professional colleagues, developers and senior managers and be able to influence and negotiate.
You will need
  • a degree in archaeology or related subject or equivalent experience
  • ability to motivate and support others in their development as well as yourself.
You can view a full list of requirements in the Job and Person Profile (link below). If you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, even if you don’t meet all the requirements, please apply. We would appreciate the opportunity to consider your application. The team
  • SCC’s Archaeology Service is part of the Natural and Historic Environment Team.
  • We are a friendly and respected team that maintains the Historic Environment Record, supports the county’s planning authorities with development management casework and policy advice, provides archive and finds recording services and delivers outreach to the public.
We will offer you
  • the opportunity to play a critical role in protecting the historic environment of Suffolk through an unprecedented period of development activity
  • the opportunity to make a positive difference for the people and environment of Suffolk
  • a supportive, friendly and collaborative environment of fellow professionals.
Travelling Requirements For Your Role We positively encourage the use of technology to communicate, but in this role you will need to travel to locations away from your contractual base, so you must either hold a full and current driving licence and have access to personal transport or meet the mobility requirements of the role through other reasonable and suitable means. If you require a reasonable adjustment due to a disability to meet the travel requirements of this role, please speak with the contact detailed below. For further information For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Abby Antrobus (she/her), Archaeology Planning Services Manager, on (01284) 741231 or [email protected] or contact Tim De-Keyzer (he/him), Head of Natural and Historic Environment, on 07732 604171 or [email protected] This role supports hybrid working, a broadly even balance between working from home and working from an office base. If you wish to discuss how that might impact your working arrangements, please contact the recruiting manager listed below. To apply please ensure
  • you read the Job and Person Profile (JPP) , before applying for this job opportunity
  • your statement indicates how you meet each of the criteria in the ‘Person Profile’ section of the JPP..
Closing date: 11.30pm, 3 October 2022 Interviews for this post are planned for w/c 10 October 2022. If you are selected for an interview but are not available on this date, please make contact to arrange an alternative. This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts About Us We offer a fantastic, inclusive working environment including diverse and active staff networks, great flexible working options and many benefits, as well as the opportunity to improve the lives of Suffolk residents. Benefits include:
  • Performance-related annual pay progression, in addition to an annual cost-of-living pay increase
  • The opportunity to join a large, diverse organisation, with career opportunities across our services
  • A supportive culture, underpinned by our WE ASPIRE values
  • Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
  • Up to 28 days annual leave entitlement, plus UK bank holidays and two paid volunteering days
  • An occupational sick pay scheme
  • Learning and development opportunities, including a range of work-based apprenticeships
  • Flexible working options, with the right to request flexible working from your first day
  • A range of staff networks centred around equality groups
  • Plus more
If you would like to know more about our benefits, values and equality commitments please visit our Working for Suffolk County Council pages ( . Organization How to apply Step 1 - read the advert and the Job and Person Profile (JPP). Step 2 - complete the Supporting Statement template Step 3 - complete the online application and upload your statement. Your statement needs to indicate how you meet the criteria in the ‘Person Profile’ section of the (JPP) Your statement should:
  • be no more than 2 sides of A4 in Arial font size 11
  • use the template provided (other formats will not be accepted)
  • be uploaded on your online application, as without this, your interest will not be progressed.
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