‘I hope that today is the start of a journey towards a more ambitious yet secure culture sector in Liverpool and across the UK.’
5th Feb 2019 - NewStart
The Marsh Lane Goods Yard is important in the social and cultural history of Leeds, being the site of the City’s first ever railway station in 1834.
Leisure and Cultural Services
Parks & Events Manager
Grade 10 – £37,107 – £41,846 per annum
37 hours per week Permanent
We are seeking a high performing, knowledgeable, intuitive & progressive individual to lead and manage the work of our Park and Events Team and to support wider initiatives and programmes with partnerships across the county.
Leisure and Cultural – Development Services
Arts Development Officer
Grade 6 – £23,111 – £27,358 per annum
37 hours per week – Permanent
We are seeking high calibre, knowledgeable, positive, intuitive & progressive individual to work as part of a new team and within wider partnerships to transform the strategic development and delivery of Sports, Arts and Physical Activity Development Services across both Bromsgrove and Redditch.
Principal Planner (Development Management)
Grade 8, £31,401 – £36,153 per annum
37 hours per week
We have an interesting and progressive new vacancy available for a Principal Planner to join our Planning Development Team, taking on a varied caseload of major and minor schemes. This post offers the opportunity actively shape the planning service at leadership level, making a real difference to the lives of residents and businesses across Bromsgrove and Redditch alongside an enthusiastic, dedicated and friendly team of both highly experienced Planners and those at the very beginning of their planning career.
Location: Plough Lane
Hours: 37.00 per Week
Grade: HC5 – HC7
Salary: £18,672 – £28,221
Interview Date: 08/03/2019
The Development Management team is responding positively to increased economic activity in Herefordshire and is seeking to recruit Graduate Planning Officers to play a vital role in delivering a high quality service. As a forward thinking unitary authority we continue to train our own planning officers with a variety of work, previous graduates have recently been successful at internal promotions to Senior Level. Working in one of the General Applications Teams you will be responsible for a diverse and interesting caseload covering historic urban environments and truly outstanding countryside. You should be either a member or working towards membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute and have the ability to travel around the county.
‘The impetus and energy and passion for social justice that we saw in communities and that we shared in setting up New Start remains’
Principal and Senior Transport Planners HCC7866 & HCC8099
Salary: £32,752 to £45,524.
Contract Type: Temporary and Permanent Contracts
City Cultural Compacts can help ‘secure the social and economic benefits’ that the arts can bring.