Historic Environment Officer 19269 CEWE

Gressenhall, East Dereham

£23,166 - £24,717 per annum (Scale G)

37 hours per week

Temporary contract for one year/secondment opportunity

 

You will provide advice on the implications of development on the historic environment through the planning process and also help prepare Historic Environment Farm Environment Record consultations (HEFERs) to aid with Countryside Stewardship consultations.

 

You will have a degree in archaeology and a good working knowledge of British archaeology. You will have at least two years' experience of archaeological work in a variety of contexts and some familiarity with the planning system.

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact David Robertson on 01362 869291 or email david.robertson@norfolk.gov.uk.

Norfolk County Council's Historic Environment Service aims to record, protect and manage Norfolk's archaeology and historic environment, making information available and providing guidance and advice to all those with responsibility for or an interest in the past.

Norfolk County Council warmly welcomes applications from all sections of the community and is committed to supporting flexible working practices for our employees. 

 

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position.

 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in.

 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

 

19269 CEWE Pack 03-17.pdf

Redeployment closing date: 23 February 2017
All other applicants closing date: 14 March 2017
Location
County Hall
Vacancy Description
Gressenhall, East Dereham
 

£23,166 - £24,717 per annum (Scale G)

37 hours per week

Temporary contract for one year/secondment opportunity

 

You will provide advice on the implications of development on the historic environment through the planning process and also help prepare Historic Environment Farm Environment Record consultations (HEFERs) to aid with Countryside Stewardship consultations.

 

You will have a degree in archaeology and a good working knowledge of British archaeology. You will have at least two years' experience of archaeological work in a variety of contexts and some familiarity with the planning system.

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact David Robertson on 01362 869291 or email david.robertson@norfolk.gov.uk.

Norfolk County Council's Historic Environment Service aims to record, protect and manage Norfolk's archaeology and historic environment, making information available and providing guidance and advice to all those with responsibility for or an interest in the past.

Norfolk County Council warmly welcomes applications from all sections of the community and is committed to supporting flexible working practices for our employees. 

 

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position.

 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in.

 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

 

19269 CEWE Pack 03-17.pdf

Redeployment closing date: 23 February 2017
All other applicants closing date: 14 March 2017