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{UAH} Opportunity in Town Planning

Hello Bwanika,

We are currently recruiting talent for a great opportunity - This role
may not be right for you, but we thought you may know someone who
would be perfect for it!

If this is the case, it would be great if you could look at the
details below and forward this message on.

Wyldecrest has an exciting opportunity for a Town Planner to join the
team based in Thurrock. You will be on a full time permanent basis
with a highly competitive salary.

As our Town Planner you will work alongside the Chairman, Estates
Director and Customer Relations Director. You will also streamline
town and country planning for existing and new properties. Travel to
sites will be required.

Key responsibilities of our Town Planner

- Work closely with the Chairman to develop new and existing sites

- Assess, plan and develop existing sites

- Designing parks to maximise park space for optimum sales

- Assist in planning applications

- Ensuring rules and regulations are adhered to

- Organising meetings for feedback and analysis

Skills and experience needed to become our Town Planner

- Qualification approved by RTPI

- Town Planning experience

- Excellent communication and presentation

If you feel you are the right candidate for the role as our Town
Planner then please click 'apply' now! We'd love to hear from you!

If you are interested in finding out more information about this
amazing opportunity, please click the link below:

Kind regards,

360 Resourcing Solutions
360 Resourcing Solutions


Bwanika Nakyesawa Luwero

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