Are you passionate about mobilising senior leaders across organisations and communities to drive change across the borough that has a transformational impact on people’s lives and the places they live in? Have you got significant experience in driving strategic change through complex organisational and political challenges?
Camden has a proud, rebellious spirit that throughout its history has seen communities come together to tackle problems, and bring about real social change. As a council, we’re proud to play our role in mobilising the energies of everyone that cares about the borough to help people live well together.
Highway Services has an opportunity for an Assistant Highways Engineer based at Meadowfield Depot; however you may be required to work at any Council workplace within County Durham.
The postholder will be responsible for the design and preparation of highway schemes, including the preparation of plans, specification, documentation and bills of quantities and to assist in all functions of the Highways programme.
We currently have a vacancy for an apprentice to support the teams within the Revenues and Benefits Service. The tasks will include:
Customer service, assisting customers with the completion of forms by telephone, requesting further information from customers. maintaining accurate case records and undertaking follow up work where necessary, producing reports to assist in the monitoring of work within the service, carrying out routine daily / weekly tasks to assist with the efficient running of IT systems, general admin duties
This job is temporary up to 31 March 2020 to Cover Maternity Leave
In Kirklees we want to be innovative and creative in the way we work to deliver our services with communities. Investing in relationships with those communities is at the core of what we do. We want to meet changing and challenging times with better and smarter ways to work.
Temporary up to May 2020 to cover a project.
You will work as part of the Works Better programme which has been developed in response to a Leeds City Region (LCR) European Structural Investment Fund (ESIF) call for the ‘Local Flexibilities for Reducing Unemployment’ provision.
Works Better is designed to be inclusive to disadvantaged residents. It will identify and address the barriers faced by all age groups seeking employment, irrespective of background and personal circumstance. Works Better will provide a personalised, holistic service offering a comprehensive and innovative matrix of support activities. This will be combined with an effective referral process to specialist support agencies where necessary.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council is a small Council with big values. We are committed to ensuring our services are delivered to the highest possible standard and we put the customer at the forefront of everything we do. By working for us you will become part of the team and will play your part in serving our community.
We are currently recruiting for a Finance Business Partner (Technical and Payroll) to join our busy team
providing high quality financial services to the council.
Warwickshire is famous the world over as Shakespeare’s county— but that’s only half the story. We’re also vibrant and modern. One of the fastest growing commercial regions in the UK, we’re home to many leading companies and developing exciting opportunities for everyone who lives and works here.
The impact of population growth, increased service demand and changes to local government funding is well evidenced. To respond to these challenges, we have developed a new operating model designed to enable the delivery of our corporate outcomes and focus the whole organisation on a single strategic direction. The result will be needs focused, efficient and integrated service delivery which reduces demand and increases our financial sustainability.
Competitive Salary based from County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2DN (we will relocate back into the county by 2020).
Surrey County Council is embarking on a programme of radical change to meet the challenges of modern local government. Fast paced improvement across the Council is being driven by a highly motivated, strong and visible leadership team who are pushing the boundaries to dramatically change culture and modernise services.
Two Councils One Team
Over the past couple of years Eastbourne Borough and Lewes District have come together creating a progressive partnership: two sovereign councils each with a unique identity and a shared vision of the future. Through joining our workforce and fostering a modern, collaborative culture, we are serving our residents in a more customer focussed and cost-effective way.
‘Economic growth in even the fastest growing cities is set to slow in the year after Brexit.’