£22,822 - £36,379 per annum
Lancaster City Council’s Legal Services are expanding their planning and regeneration capacity. The city has many new opportunities for business, commercial and residential development, and we are therefore seeking two planning Lawyers.
It is essential that you are familiar with current planning law, practice and procedure which is evidenced by at least two years’ experience. You will need an appetite for change and competency to cope with a fast-moving environment.
We can offer you a challenging career and early exposure to major development projects. You will be part of a supportive team of lawyers who aim to change the perception of local government legal services in the North West. These posts are suitable for candidates looking for a longer-term career in the public sector.
We offer attractive conditions for work, and are happy to consider flexible working, part time and job share applications. We value all applications from lawyers whether in house or private practise.
The hours of work for these positions are 37 hours per week, working Monday to Friday and will be based at Lancaster Town Hall.
Should you wish to have a confidential discussion about this post please contact David Brown in Legal Services on 01524 582918.
WE ONLY ACCEPT COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND A CV AS THIS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Closing date: 8th May 2018
The Council currently operates a Flexible Working Hours Scheme.
For an application form and further details please click the apply button or e-mail email@example.com Alternatively, please call in to the reception area at Lancaster / Morecambe Town Hall or telephone 01524 582176 (24 hour answering service).
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