Stride Treglown is an employee-owned, carbon neutral, B Corp, multidisciplinary design practice. We create long-term positive impact for our clients and the communities we help shape. We do this by designing better places, building resilient partnerships, and empowering people. Our multidisciplinary team of 330 architects, masterplanners, town planners, landscape designers, and other specialists deliver nationally significant projects from nine regionally embedded UK studios. Collectively, we offer our clients deep local knowledge and national specialist expertise. We’re great team players who strive for excellence and care about how we achieve it.
Are you a Licentiate town planner on your Pathway to Chartership or a recently Chartered RTPI town planner? Do you have practical Development Management and Planning Strategy experience in the public and/or private sector? Are you looking for your next challenge with a progressive and supportive employer with a triple bottom line? (People, Planet, and Purpose). If so, we are offering an opportunity for someone eager to join our Town Planning team working in our Bristol Studio. Applications for the Plymouth and Cardiff studios will also be considered.
Our Town Planner role provides a great opportunity to be part of an established, friendly team supporting projects across the South-West, South Wales and wider UK. Amongst a range of duties, you will devise and execute planning application strategies, co-ordinate and submit planning applications and associated submissions, produce policy appraisals and client advice across a range of sectors. You will also assist experienced members of the team and work alongside architects and design professionals in an environment which provides opportunities to shape your career and the successful places we seek to create.
We are looking for an organised and professional individual with a passion for making a positive difference through a proactive, dynamic attitude and an interest in collaborative working opportunities.
What we can offer:
- Part (minimum 80% full time equivalent) or Full-time hours
- Flexible work environment
- A comprehensive benefit package
- A contemporary working environment in an excellent location
- A friendly, open and caring culture
- Future opportunity to own the business with us through employee share ownership
- Coaching and mentoring opportunities for career progression.
If you would like to be considered, please include a:
- Cover Letter explaining why you are the right person for this role
Having the ability to travel to sites is considered essential for the role.
Please apply via our website – you do not need to join or subscribe to any third party websites.
We look forward to hearing from you.