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19th Feb 2019 - NewStart
Economic Regeneration Support Officer
Grade E: £20,541 – £23,111 per annum
Post No: DR357 – 37 Hours Per Week
Cannock Chase Council is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, professional and committed individual to help support the delivery of a diverse and challenging workload of this busy section. Your role will be to assist and support colleagues by carrying out day-to-day support activities arising from the implementation of the Economic Prosperity Priority Delivery Plan. These activities will largely be business support and tourism related.
If approved, the scheme in Holbeck, which is close to the city centre, will see 28 homes constructed in less than nine months
Your new opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity for you to lead the delivery of Sefton’s Vision 2030, priority outcomes and core purpose.
As Chief Executive and Head of Paid Service you will provide strong, collaborative, visible, strategic leadership to ensure the delivery of excellent services to our communities.
You will be an advocate for the Council and the Borough at a local, regional and national level and will be a key infl uencer who is able to shape outcomes that will benefit Sefton and the wider Liverpool City Region.
The charity has been supporting UK citizens abroad for 40 years, and they say 59% of returnees they support say that without them they would have been forced to beg and steal to survive.
We are seeking a talented and ambitious individual to lead our HRA (Housing Revenue Account) and Capital Projects finance team. This is an exciting opportunity to make a real difference for the people of Camden, delivering budget setting, service support and a medium-term financial strategy for the HRA, and providing high quality financial support towards the delivery of the council’s Community Investment Programme (CIP), the council’s ambitious set of projects to deliver large-scale new housing and community facilities.
We are looking for a dynamic person to join our Enforcement Team to perform a new innovative role at an exciting time within the department.
As an Environmental Crime Officer you will help us to improve the environment of the district by enforcing the Public Space Protection Order. You will deal with environmental crime offences committed within the East Lindsey area by issuing Fixed Penalty Notices and using other powers available to the Council.
East Lindsey District Council are entering an exciting period of change, with a new focus on becoming an agile, innovative and commercial organisation underpinned by a healthy, people-centred, collaborative culture. We are excited to work in response to the changing landscape of local government, shaping our organisation (and our district) through digitalisation, modernisation and sustainability to drive forward and achieve our ambitions around economic growth, supporting the most vulnerable in our communities and ensuring we provide good quality, core services.
Universities should be part of that bigger ‘joined up’ conversation and ensure they have a seat at the top table and align their provision to priorities outlined in strategic local economic plans.
Job reference: R0000828
Date posted: 28/01/2019
Application closing date: 25/02/2019