We are looking for the Head of Housing and Homelessness for Coventry City Council.
Coventry is changing, whether through the extensive regeneration of the City, through digital growth and the new ways of working in a challenging context. The Council’s priorities of being globally connected and locally committed have never been more relevant.
That said, the Council has recognised that it’s time for something different and is developing a brand new approach to preventing and reducing homelessness, as well as increasing good quality housing supply in the City.
1 x Full Time
1 x Part-time 18 ½ hours (Monday – Friday Mornings)
Working as part of a team of Customer Service Advisors, you will be responding to a range of enquiries about council tax, housing tenancies, environmental issues, the electoral roll, licensing, parking, community safety and so on. To do this, you will need to be capable of developing your knowledge of all services provided by the council and will need to have a mind-set that is focused on delivering consistently good customer care.
The salary is inclusive of statutory responsibility allowance (£1,182) and market forces supplement (£5,100), subject to regular review.
Rugby is one of the fastest growing towns in the country and the fastest in the West Midlands with a range of high-quality housing and commercial developments on the go. This brings great opportunities to grow our local services for our residents. Rugby Borough Council is in a strong financial position and ready to face the challenges ahead to achieve improved and increased services.
Planning Transport & Environment
Ref. EN50234702 Grade 6 £23,866 – £28,221
A post has become available for an Officer / Supervisor working within the Design, Contracts and Delivery Section, providing supervision and inspection of a range of infrastructure projects throughout Cardiff.
Planning Transport & Environment
Officer (Design Contracts & Delivery)
Ref. EN50006557 Grade 6 £23,866 – £28,221
Salary range: £25,746 – £30,108 p.a. inc.
Hours of work: 36 hours per week
Location: Civic Centre and other locations from time to time
As Scrutiny & Committee Support Officer you will have responsibility for providing support to committees, sub-committees, advisory groups and associated bodies to a high standard.
This involves the servicing of committees and advisory groups and their meetings both formal and informal (some of which are held outside normal working office hours); prompt and effective preparation and publication of agendas and minutes using the modern.gov committee management system; providing appropriate support to elected Councillors; preparation of reports; and undertaking other duties from time to time, which may involve working across all sections of the Council. You will also have the opportunity to participate in election work and other administrative duties in the department as a whole.
Horsham District Council are looking for a Senior Electoral Services Officer to work within the Democratic Services team who will be responsible for the production of the Register of Electors and all aspects of elections.
As a Senior Electoral Services Officer you will liaise with and provide advice to the Returning Officer, elected members and political parties. Advice will be in relation to the arrangements for and administration of all elections and electoral registration. You will also liaise and comply with all requirements of the Electoral Commission.
Are you looking for the next stage in your career?
As Democratic Services Manager you will be an enthusiastic and experienced democratic services officer with the necessary skills to lead the Council’s Democratic Services Section, within Legal and Democratic Services.
You will be responsible for managing and delivering the servicing of Council, Cabinet, Committees, Sub-Committees and all other Member level bodies and key officer groups supporting decision-making. You will give authoritative advice and guidance to Members and other as necessary, ensuring all meetings conform to legal requirements and in accordance with the Constitution, corporate standards and relevant procedures and processes.
There aren’t many districts with the confidence to plan their very own Year of Culture or to invest in new leisure facilities to the tune of £12M. But that’s the Horsham difference. Consistently recognised as one of the UK’s most desirable places to live, Horsham District has a great deal to offer to all who live, visit or work here.