Sustainable Drainage Planning Advisor

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SUSTAINABLE DRAINAGE PLANNER – 4 MONTHS CONTRACT

CAMBRIDGESHIRE - £30 PER HOUR

ARM are working with a local authority and we are looking for a Sustainable Drainage Planner for a 4 month contract to be based in Cambridgeshire.

In order to be considered you will have experience of providing Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) and flood risk plans, planning briefs, planning applications, S106 matters, biodiversity, and green open spaces.

Our client is looking for someone to provide specialist advice, as part of a larger team and will focus on sustainable drainage systems within the local authorities area, which is both urban and rural.

This is a four month contract, which may extend beyond this initial period. Pay is £30 per hour (Umbrella / Inside IR35) and is payable weekly in arrears.

We can only consider applications for those who are eligible to work in the UK
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