Oxfordshire County Council wish to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced person to the role of Principal Biodiversity Officer to lead on and deliver our biodiversity and ecological advice and services.  The role will be based in the Council’s Strategic Infrastructure and Planning Service which covers a broad range of planning, policy, climate and environmental services.

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Oxfordshire is a beautiful, thriving county.  It is the most rural county in the south-east of England. A quarter of the county lies within Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty with rivers, riverside meadows and ancient woodlands being important components of our biodiversity resource.  There is an ambition for significant economic growth in the county and

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