Salary Range: Up to £49,791
Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council work together as a strategic alliance with a single workforce. As Councils we are going through an exciting period of transformation. We’re becoming agile, innovative and commercial organisations underpinned by a healthy, people-centred, collaborative culture. We believe work should be enjoyable, challenging and rewarding. We work hard to create an environment in which our teams are supported to achieve their potential. We aim to continually improve the services provided to local people as part of our commitment to improve the quality of their lives and the environment we all live in and enjoy. Working for us, you can make an important contribution to that aim.
We are excited announce the opportunity for an experienced Deputy Development Manager to join the Planning team in Boston.
The Deputy Development Manager will support the Development Management Lead in providing effective, professional leadership to ensure delivery of service within the Development Management team.
Operating on a matrix management basis, you will work with other members of the wider Planning team. Ensuring quality outcomes including supporting the Planning service’s role in managing and encouraging growth across the Alliance. You will retain a small caseload, predominantly of longer-term projects or those of strategic importance, but will provide a flexible caseload capacity based on your experience, knowledge and skillset.
You will be a key focal point in terms of decision-making and will work closely with the Development Management Lead and deputise as may be required to manage general delivery and department performance. You will have the opportunity to support and mentor junior staff, as well as influence cultural and procedural changes within the team to ensure that we are efficient and effective in all we do.
We have a key role in supporting and facilitating growth, enabling the right development to happen in the right areas as efficiently as possible. Combining a talented, driven and experienced team with a ‘can do’ attitude to succeed, we genuinely can be a highly performing team, which supports investment, growth, improvement of place and the wider objectives of the Councils. This is about providing a service which is fit for the future, not just for now.
We offer excellent terms and conditions of employment including a Local Government pension scheme. We also offer a wide range of family friendly policies designed to enable you to balance your work and home life, manage your personal responsibilities and support you in times of difficulty.
If you are interested in having a confidential conversation about the role, please contact Mike Gildersleeves (Assistant Director – Planning) on (phone number removed)
Closing date: 6th October 2021
ELDC/ BBC reserve the right to change the closing date, depending on application numbers. Interviews may be arranged virtually/ in person when suitable candidates apply which may be prior to the closing date
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