This Is An Exciting Time To Join WLBC, Apparently

as we embark on a new chapter”. We recommend council tax payers to read the gushing self congratulatory language used by WLBC in this Planning Support job advert. So it is a new chapter for development, planning, something readers might think is long overdue.

“Having recently undergone an organisation review, we are looking for a suitably experienced Planning Support Officer within our Business Support service who is looking for a challenge in a fast paced role.


“You will be responsible for providing a highly professional, flexible and resilient administrative support service to the Development, Heritage and Environment and Building Control teams within the Council, supporting service delivery, process improvements and change. Working as part of a team, you will assist in a number of Building Control and Planning administrative processes using computerised and manual systems within the deadlines set.

“Your key skills will include excellent organisational skills, the ability to prioritise your own workload, work under pressure and meet multiple deadlines. Your communication skills will be paramount when liaising with members of the public, Senior Managers, Elected Members and staff across the organisation.

“If you are looking for a new and exciting challenge and want to be part of our high performing multi-disciplinary Business Support service, we would love to hear from you. It will pay you “Salary: £20,092 to £21,748 per annum pro rata. Part time (Flexi Scheme in Operation)”.

And of course all day free parking at Derby Street Towers!


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