December 2016 - NewStart
Are you brimming with creative hands-on activities and ideas that help inspire people to engage with trees and the environment? Do you thrive on building strong relationships with people from all backgrounds to support them forge closer personal relationships with nature? We’re looking for someone who can do this and more; someone who’ll love the challenge of working with different audiences to explore what trees mean to them.
We are looking to appoint a new post of Anti-social Behaviour and Tenancy Fraud Prevention Officer to the Community and Public Spaces Protection Team in the Councils housing service. You will focus on early intervention, provide co-ordinated support to perpetrators of ASB and provide a link between victim support services and ASB prevention services. In particular co-ordinating support to those who have not yet entered the criminal justice system. You will also be required to investigate allegations of tenancy fraud.
Benefits Assessment Officer
Hours: 37 per week
Salary Range: £22,662 – £26,621
Temporary for 6 months Accommodation Support Worker 18 ½ hours per week – daily based on flexi time scheme
The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of core housing services in relation to the provision of Homelessness.
The delivery of excellent support services designed around customer requirements, in particular delivering support around
Independent Living, Housing Management and support for the Accommodation Officer as Required.
Chelmsford City Council is seeking experience noise enforcement officers/environmental health officers to join their Out of Hours Noise Service. The service operates at weekends and is an all year round service.
The role involves the provision of a reactive service (on a rota/shift basis) to investigate and deal with noise arising from domestic, commercial and licensed premises.
Durham County Council is seeking to employ a suitably qualified and experienced Area Road Safety Officer to work in a busy Road Safety Team.
The appointed person will have responsibility for the delivery of a wide range of functions including, the school crossing patrol service, schools based road safety education schemes, supervision of appropriate staff and the coordination of training and publicity campaigns in their allocated area.
Milton Keynes, already a world class city, is growing fast. Our unique infrastructure, coupled with the diversity of place, from urban new town to rural villages, presents exciting challenges and career development opportunities for the best public realm professionals. As Head of Environment & Waste, you will lead a broad range of commissioned and in house services that are critical to residents, businesses and visitors and make a major contribution to our economy’s success and our communities’ wellbeing.