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Ethos Urban

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Principal,Planning About the role Ethos Urban is seeking aPrincipal Plannerin Sydney to join our highly engaged team of urban development professionals. Thisrole willsuit a dynamic and passionate individual looking to take the next step in their professional career. Ourideal candidatefor this rolewill haveplanningexperience working withinthe private or public sectors on complex urban development or infrastructure projects. They will also have experience in leading small teams,an outcomes-oriented attitude, excellent client liaison skills and a passion for working in a high performing organisation. AtEthos Urban, we work in multi-disciplinary teams to approach projects from a holistic perspective - blending our services ofurbandesign, economics, engagement, social strategy, project managementand planning. This unique approach means interns are referred to as Urbanists' - as they learn to deliver urban solutions informed by a diverse range of expertise.Urbanists have a broad understanding of the built environment and property industry. They are collaborative and can work with a range of stakeholders to deliver the best urban outcomes for our clients and communities. Key responsibilities As a Principal, you will act asthe key contact and Project Manager onvarioussignificant projectsinvolvinga range of stakeholders. As the leadPlanneryou willwork with a dynamic project teamproviding direction forjunior staffto guide themthrough the planning systemandprovidingsolutions tocomplex problems.The successful candidate willbe responsible for: Providing advice directly to a range of clients including landowners, developers and public-sector agencies,as theProject Manager. Prepare and follow up fee proposals/expression of interest and tenders. Scoping of projects, budgetingandproject management of tasks and fee variations. Managingmediumtolargesized projects under the guidance of a Project Director. Project managing other junior staff including delegating, supervising and reviewing work. Delivering projects within budget and scope and quickly dealing with scope creep issues and fee variations. Developing and maintaining relationships with clients, authorities, distribution agents and sub-consultants. Working across a wide range of projects and services across the organisation's diversified service areas. Whowe are lookingfor We are lookingfor an individual who thrives in a fast-paced,highly collaborative environment.They will have strong technical skills and experience in leading moderate to large sized projects across a range of development types and services.Our ideal candidatewill be driven, proactiveandresults orientated with the ability to work collaboratively to achieve the best results. The successful candidate willhavethe followingqualifications andcapabilities: Tertiary qualifications in Town Planning (preferable) orarelated discipline along with substantial industry experience. Experience within professional consulting services. Extensive experience with steeringmidto moderate/ large developments through the approvals process. Demonstrated knowledge of the New South Wales planning system & related issues. A commercial focus and service orientated approach. Highly developed organisational and time management skills. Excellent communication (oral and written) and presentation skills. Ability to build strong working relationships both internally and externally. About Ethos Urban We believe bringing collective intelligence to complex decisions delivers a better urban experience. Our towns and cities are alwayschangingand we know this creates choices that can make a difference to the quality of our urban living. We believe we can always improve theurban lifeexperience by creating engaging places that connect us to where we need to go, meet our changing needs and create opportunities for everyone to thrive. For over 25 years our people have worked in partnership with the public and private sectors toprovidethemwith the momentum torealise their ambitions for better places, communities and cities. Why work with us? The business of creating a better urban experience is a complex one. It requires patience, diligence, intelligence and perhaps most importantly, a passion for making a difference to our experience of urban life. What we do and the way that we do it is unique. We view each project as a complex puzzle that requires different perspectives and alternative angles to solve it. At Ethos Urban, no one individual ever has the answer. It's only when we bring people with different specialisations from different teams that we can see the full picture and then the way forward. We call it collective intelligence. We continue to hire great people with a diversity of skills, experience and backgrounds. This includes people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people identifying as LGBTIQ+, culturally and linguistically diverse people, carers and other diversity groups. We encourage applicants from any background to apply to join Ethos Urban! We back our people: We are proponents of flexible work, we provide generous leave provisions including purchased leave (up to 4 weeks annually in addition to your standard 4), 18 weeks paid parental leave regardless of your parental definition, paid study leave & access to transitional coaching. In addition, we cover your industry memberships, we provide an access to an array of great learning and personal development initiatives and incredible career pathways. For more please visit our website. We have adopted the globally recognised United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as our ESG framework. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's) is a clearly defined pathway to improving our world, and how business can align its goals and actions to help us all collectively get there. How to apply Interested in joining our team? We'd love to hear from you. Send a cover letter & CV torecruitment@ethosurban.com.Applications close 17th June 2022. RETURN TO JOBS


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Job details
Date posted
22 May 2022
Executive Management & Consulting
$90k ~ $99k
Contract type
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Full time
Job mode
Standard business hours
Work Authorisation
Australian citizen / Permanent resident

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