March 2018 - NewStart

Assistant Director – Strategy and Economy

Cambridgeshire is one of the fastest growing places in the UK and yet enjoys an exceptional quality of life, just 45 minutes from London.  Our emerging Greater Cambridge Planning Service, a shared planning service between Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council, requires outstanding people to support the implementation phase and to help us to deliver for our people and communities, one of the best planning services in the Country. We are firmly focused on the future and are seeking two Assistant Directors to shape and manage our new shared service.

Assistant Director, Delivery

Cambridgeshire is one of the fastest growing places in the UK and yet enjoys an exceptional quality of life, just 45 minutes from London.  Our emerging Greater Cambridge Planning Service, a shared planning service between Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council, requires outstanding people to support the implementation phase and to help us to deliver for our people and communities, one of the best planning services in the Country. We are firmly focused on the future and are seeking two Assistant Directors to shape and manage our new shared service.

Planning Officer

Further information

Planning Officer

Salary: Grade 10, £28,485-£30,153 (SCP 32-34)
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Pattern: Full time
Hours: 37

The Council requires a Planning Officer to work within the Development Management Team.

Economic Development Officer

The City of Chelmsford is a great place to live and work. Recently voted the best place to live in the East of England by the Sunday Times, Chelmsford is maximising the benefits of being England’s newest city and the first city in Essex. Located in the heart of Essex, Chelmsford is a key growth location set to experience significant growth in the period to 2036. Already delivering over 850 new homes a year, 725 new jobs a year, and a range of key strategic infrastructure, Chelmsford’s economic success plays a key role in ensuring the prosperity of the wider Essex region.

Grounds Maintenance Operative

37 hours per week (annualised hours contract)

We are looking for a self-motivated individual to join our professional Grounds Maintenance team in maintaining the parks and amenity areas throughout North Warwickshire to a high standard.

The successful applicant will require experience in Grounds Maintenance or NVQ Level 2 in Horticulture. A full valid driving licence is essential, along with the ability to use mechanical and non-mechanical tools and operate a ride on mower.

Community Warden

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Community Warden Team for a highly motivated individual who can make a significant contribution to making Rugby a safer and cleaner community to live in, by being a recognisable presence throughout the Borough of Rugby, dealing with anti-social behaviour, environmental crimes and carrying out enforcement.

The successful candidate will possess the skills and ability to interact with a diverse range of people responding to complaints from members of the public on a reactive and proactive basis.  They will also have excellent communication, observational and problem solving skills enabling them to be able to work as part of team as well as independently in what can be a physically and mentally demanding role.

Assistant Director – People

Two senior management positions have become available at East Lindsey District Council.  The post holders will play an influential role in the future development of a range of services and projects; and as part of the Corporate Management Team; you will make a strong contribution to the strategic direction of the Council.

The Assistant Director for People will oversee our Environmental Health, Licencing, Planning Enforcement, Homelessness services, and play a lead role in developing and delivering our new, countywide Wellbeing Service contract in partnership with neighbouring authorities.  Your corporate responsibilities will include acting as our lead Safeguarding officer and keeping our councillors briefed on local health service provision, development and change.

Assistant Director – Growth

Two senior management positions have become available at East Lindsey District Council.  The post holders will play an influential role in the future development of a range of services and projects; and as part of the Corporate Management Team; you will make a strong contribution to the strategic direction of the Council.

The Assistant Director for Growth will oversee Planning, Planning Policy, Economic Development, Tourism and Communications (our ‘Growth Team’); and alongside this, you will have corporate responsibility for advising on current and future capital assets (both commercial and service related).  We want strong, sustainable growth in our district, so we need somebody who can think creatively and work well with partners to create an environment where there is good business growth, more jobs and successful places.

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