Lancaster City Council is placed at the heart of one of the most beautiful and geographically diverse parts of the country. The urban centres of Lancaster and Morecambe, each with their own distinctive characters, sit within an extensive rural area, which includes areas of outstanding natural beauty. The District is culturally and historically rich, with a wealth of untapped potential, and has recently been placed in the top 10 best places to live in the UK.
April 2017 - NewStart
Northumberland County Council are looking to recruit a Planning Officer committed to delivering an efficient , effective and customer focused Development Management service that prioritises the delivery of sustainable development in accordance with the emerging Core Strategy to meet the economic, social and environmental needs of Northumberland.
If you have a working knowledge of dealing with development control matters along with a positive attitude and a wish to seek and deliver solutions, then we would like to hear from you. You should be enthusiastic and highly motivated.
An opportunity has arisen for a Corporate Procurement Officer to work as part of a team of 23 employees. The post is a generic role that is required to operate flexibly and interchangeably across all areas of procurement work.
The post holder will provide professional procurement resource to support and advise internal and external partners and to assist in the delivery of the Council’s objectives to meet the requirements of the organisation.
The large scale social and economic change needed in the face of climate destabilisation has occurred before and could do so again.
Technocratic meddling versus transformative, value-led change.
Highways, Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure – Recruitment Campaign
We’re driving forward our commitment to improving our highways, traffic and transportation infrastructure to meet our ambitious plans for Coventry to be globally connected.
As part of this plan, we are recruiting a range of skilled people in Project Management, Engineering/Technical, Environmental, Health & Safety and Business Support.
Working for us
Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit the people of Wyre Forest. You can help shape our District’s future, and you will be part of a workforce that makes a difference.
Quality, professionalism and commitment are the key drivers of the services we offer to enhance the quality of life of local residents and visitors to the District. In order to maintain high standards it is necessary to have a diverse workforce who are highly competent and experienced, whose main focus is ensuring the services we offer meet the aspirations and needs of our local community.
The Housing Team are looking to recruit a Homeless and Prevention Officer to work within the Homeless & Prevention Team until 31st March 2019.
The aim of the Homeless & Prevention Officer is to work with customers who are affected by housing issues which could result in the loss of their home. The successful candidate will be required to provide advice and assistance to prevent homelessness and carry out homeless assessments if required.
Housing Advice Centre
37 hours per week.
Fixed term for 2 years
An opportunity has arisen within the Housing Advice Centre for a Homelessness Prevention Officer to join our team. The Housing Advice Centre is Newcastle’s frontline response to the prevention of homelessness for those people who may be experiencing housing difficulties or crisis.
Assistant Transport Planner
Working Hours: Full-time, Hours per week – 37