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This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is highly collaborative, creative and ambitious for improved public services.
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Corby is a small place with big ambitions. In aiming to double the population by 2030, we are determined to revitalise the Borough and improve health and the quality of life for everyone.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Council’s Environmental Protection and Private Sector Housing Team. We are looking to recruit a highly motivated person that has some science background to lead on the regulation of contaminated land sites, air pollution, air quality, processes under the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2010; to undertake environmental land searches, to investigate statutory nuisances and to comment on planning applications with respect to contaminated land, noise and air.
Exeter is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK, supported in no small part by the impressive performance of the University of Exeter. We have ambitious plans to make Exeter both an analytical city and the global leading location for applied environmental science. The home of the Met Office, we are working with Exeter City Futures towards energy independence for the city and to be congestion free by 2025.
• A National Civil War Centre opened in 2015.
• A £10 million Sports and Fitness Centre opened
• New offices on target for completion 2017.
• A £2 million fund lending to local businesses.
We are looking to recruit an experienced, dynamic and motivated senior manager to lead the Council’s Community Safety, Resilience and Emergency Planning services.
You will be responsible for anticipating, understanding and influencing local and national policy, to set direction and ensure best practice, while ensuring that the Council meets its legal obligations.
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