Land and Partnerships Surveyor
Location: Working remotely at present
Salary: £37,290 per annum
Expires: 12/08/2021 23:59

Following an internal promotion, we are pleased to announce that we have an opening for a Land and Partnership Surveyor to join our team.This is a full time and permanent role which gives you the opportunity to work a 9 day fortnight, allowing you to balance your work and home life.

The salary for this role is £37,290 plus a generous benefits package including our new colleague health plan - Medicash. This position would normally be based from our head office in Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff, however we are all currently working from home and want to continue to work in a flexible way in future; we are open to receiving applications from individuals who require flexible or remote working long term (with the ability to undertake occasional site visits).

This role is based in our Housing, Support and Development Service and reports into the Development Manager.

What you'll do

You’ll manage the early stages of the development process, this will include acquiring land, obtaining planning permission, procuring consultants, administering Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) contracts and managing the consultant team.You’ll be responsible for applying for Welsh Government grants, including writing grant applications and liaising with officials.

You’ll take the lead in public consultations, working with communities and their representatives to reach a mutually beneficial outcome.You’ll negotiate with land agents to get the best deal for our customers and you’ll assess the viability of projects ensuring they are consistent with our strategic goals.

What you'll need

You’ll have detailed knowledge of the Planning Wales requirements and an understanding of the planning process.

You’ll have demonstrable experience of sourcing new land and business partnering opportunities. You’ll be familiar with the Welsh Government grant application process and experienced in procuring and managing design teams.

The successful candidate will be highly organised and able to manage projects to a deadline.You will have excellent attention to detail and show determination and resilience in achieving your goals.You will work collaboratively with others, with an ability to build relationships with people from different backgrounds.

Ideally you will have experience of working in social housing and have an understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities in the sector.

Benefits

  • £37,290 per annum
  • 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) - increasing with length of service
  • Option to work a 9-day fortnight
  • Flexible working
  • Generous pension contributions of 8%
  • Medicash – cashback health plan
  • Join a socially conscious not-for-profit organisation
  • Employee assistance programme and well-being resource available 24/7
  • A range of shopping and activity discounts and cashback options
  • We are a family friendly organisation
  • Develop with the support of our academi

Opportunities for development
Through our academi we provide a range of learning and development opportunities to support you on your learning journey with us. We offer development opportunities for every stage of your career. From technical training to leadership development we have a range of programmes.

Next steps

Download the recruitment pack to learn more about us and this role. If you would like further information about this opportunity which you have not be able to find in the pack please contact Cat Roberts on cat.roberts@hafod.org.uk. If you are interested in applying for this role, please click 'Apply' and you will be diverted to our recruitment platform.

We are not utilising agencies with this role and kindly ask that agencies do not approach to assist us with this vacancy.

Closing date: Thursday 12 August at midnight

Interviews: Thursday 19 and Friday 20 August

Hafod reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received. Therefore, we encourage early applications to ensure consideration

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