We are working hard to make the beautiful City of Worcester a great place that can be proud of its past and focused on its future. From keeping the streets clean to planning the next big housing development, we are all valuable in making the city somewhere people want to live, visit, study and play! Be part of our amazing and diverse team of dedicated people to help sustain the amazing history and heritage of an increasingly modern and contemporary City.
30th Jan 2019 - NewStart
‘There’s not much point building more council houses if we are also subject to the Right to Buy, and they are sold from under our feet.’
As an international centre for government, business, tourism and culture, home to a quarter of a million residents and welcoming a million commuters each day, Westminster is no ordinary local authority. We have a clear vision to deliver a City for All, where people are empowered to make their lives better. Our focus is on providing sustainable communities as we invest heavily in increasing affordable homes, upgrading existing homes, creating job and training opportunities, enhancing public spaces and generating places for new business.
SENIOR VISUAL ARTS OFFICER
Rugby Art Gallery & Museum
£28,221 – £32,233
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum has an exciting opportunity to welcome a person with visual art curatorial experience to our friendly team. As the cultural hub of Rugby we are a vibrant, well used service. We have a reputation for high quality contemporary art exhibitions with strong national partnerships and creative commissioning.
The new ‘simpler and streamlined’ approach will ensure ‘everyone is able to enjoy heritage’.
We’re sure you never thought working for a local authority could be like this.
We have £200m of commercial investment already committed with ambitions to do more, our first commercial housing scheme nearing completion with a business plan for six further sites delivering over 1,000 homes, and a JV with private sector partners bringing forward 54 hectares of industrial land having invested over £15m in infrastructure. We also manage a £1bn portfolio from farms to offices and are about to start one of the biggest regeneration programmes for over 10 years. Did we mention we are also looking to move HQ, rationalise our council offices and are working closely with partners to revitalise our town and village centres?
Free from the constraints of Central Government Funding… Ever thought of working for a town council?
Free from the constraints of any reliance on Central Government funding, town councils are empowered to deliver services that genuinely improve the quality of lives for their local residents, businesses and visitors.
Leading the way in resident managed housing Watmos’ unique approach has put it at the forefront of transforming communities and exceeding expectations. We are seeking an outstanding and dedicated individual who shares our passion for improving people’s lives.
TMO Manager- EX10718
£37,000 to £40,000 plus benefits.
(37 hours per week)
Location: Burrowes Street TMO and Chuckery TMO, Walsall, West Midlands.
Based in Hirst Park, Ashington, Northumberland, you will play a key role in delivering the £2.7m Hirst Park Revival Project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery.
This is a full time position, fixed term for 6 months.
You will be central to the delivery of community, volunteer and trainee involvement in the park and be responsible for the delivery of the Hirst Park Revival Activity Plan, including planning and delivering community events in and around the park. You will also be involved in assisting with the day to day coordination of the £1.8m capital park enhancement scheme, and other horticultural, community, and site development projects.
James Brokenshire said: ‘Local authorities have a critical role to play in making a success of Brexit in their areas.’