TSS Highways and Planning Lawyer

Reference:1/CR/21/070a 

Salary: £26,511 - £39,880

Working Hours:37 

Job Share:No 

Employment Type:Fixed Term  

Location:Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester - GL1 2TP 

Closing date:08 March 2021 at midnight 

 

We currently have an amazing Temporary opportunity for a Lawyer position within the County Council’s Corporate Infrastructure Advice Hub.


The Contract is initially for a six month period with a view to extending it for a further six months. The Corporate Infrastructure Advice hub is a small but expanding team with a vast amount of experience, which they are happy to share.


You may already be extremely experienced in the field of Highways and Planning law or just beginning your career: If you are happy to undertake a wide range of legal work, able to work to tight deadlines and are flexible in the manner in which you work, apply today.


The work that you will be carrying out will have a real impact on the people of Gloucestershire in so many different ways. You will help to shape the County’s road network system to keep the people of Gloucestershire moving.


If this is something that resonates with you, this opportunity will provide you with an chance to draft all types of highways agreements of varying ranges of complexity, provide advice on a range of issues at County level from highways to public rights of way.


We promote diversity and want a workforce which reflects the population of Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire County Council is a Stonewall Champion, a Mindful Employer and a Disability Confident Employer.

For further details please contact Bridgette Boucher either via email bridgette.boucher@gloucestershire.gov.uk or tel 01452 328731.

Application Information

 

Gloucestershire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people or vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We value diversity in our workforce and positively welcome applications from all sections of the community.

It is a legal requirement, under the Immigration Act 2016, that anyone appointed to a ‘customer facing role’ must be able to demonstrate an ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence in fluent English.

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