Here at Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC) we are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. We maintain strong and lasting relationships with our many external partners, and our priority is to work collaboratively to ensure the best possible customer experience for all residents and businesses.
In addition to a competitive salary you’ll also receive great staff benefits, including generous holiday, pension and car allowance. You will also enjoy discounted access to a number of health clubs in the district.
We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced individual to work within our small but busy Private Sector Housing team to deliver all aspects of the service including: housing inspections, taking appropriate enforcement action, licensing housing, dealing with grant/loan applications and approvals, and generally providing professional housing advice, including home energy advice, to members of the public.
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic individual with a strong commitment to customer care to work within our Development Management division. The successful candidate will deal with the processing of basic planning applications and appeals as well as checking and validating planning applications. They will also provide planning advice to the public both verbally and in writing.
We are looking for a highly-motivated individual to support us during our major digital transformation programme of work. The Digital Services function is made up of different areas including our programme and projects team, the DevOps IT team, support desk and data team. We will be taking the Council on an exciting journey of change; reinventing the way services work and the way we deliver to all our customers, both internal and external with our programme of change moving the Council to a single platform, built on Microsoft technologies.
ervice Manager – Business Excellence – Salary £60,522 – £69,173
Reporting to the Director of Housing and Communities and part of the departmental senior management team, as our new Service Manager (Business Excellence), you will provide support to the directorate to provide high performing and excellent services.
You will have experience and a successful track record of delivering excellent service transformation, performance management, managing support services and / or customer contact centres.
Newcastle is a great place to work. We have high aspirations for the educational services that we offer to children and young people in the city and our schools and academies have high expectations of us. Together, we are designing a new, sector-led approach to education in the city where all of our schools and academies will have a voice in deciding how we raise standards, improve attendance and work towards our 2020 target of every child and young person in Newcastle attending a good or outstanding school.
Worcester is a fantastic city with a fantastic future and through our new and ambitious City Plan we have a clear ‘cross party’ political vision for the future, focused on creating a successful, vibrant and sustainable City.
Leading on the development and delivery of strategic investment and growth initiatives, overseeing major urban extensions, finalising and delivering our new City Centre Master Plan and ensuring our transport infrastructure meets current and future needs, this role provides a rare opportunity for ‘place shaping’ and to make your mark on the continued development of a historic City.
Rugby Borough Council, North Warwickshire Borough Council, Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council, Stratford-upon-Avon District Council, Warwickshire County Council and Warwick District Council are all working together on P.h.i.l (preventing homelessness improving lives). This is an exciting new project funded by the Department of Communities and Local Government that will run initially until 31 December 2019. The aim of the project is to prevent homelessness across Warwickshire. The Prevention Co-Ordinator post is an essential part of the project.
Grade 15 (SCP 47-49) £41,967- £43,821pa
Full Time, 37 hours per week
We have an exciting opportunity to manage our Planning Service in one of the most attractive rural locations in the Country.
This is an exciting time to join the authority as we are about to embark upon a period of unprecedented growth with the development of a new Super Garrison and Town Centre at Catterick and a proposed new retail village at Scotch Corner. We have an adopted Core Strategy which we are about to review against the background of achieving our housing target, delivering on our five year land supply and support for new Community Led Housing projects.
Temporary for 18 months
We are at the forefront of northern growth, and a flagship for successful devolution.
The Tees Valley Combined Authority is responsible for overseeing around £½ billion in investment funds, with more to come through new devolution deals. In May 2017, the residents of the Tees Valley elected a Mayor for the Tees Valley, who Chairs the Combined Authority.