Camden is focused on creating the conditions for people to lead high quality and fulfilling lives. We are committed to delivering frontline services in an efficient and professional manner reaffirming our responsibility to quality of life for our communities.
We have been successful in securing funding through the MHCLG Controlling Migration Fund. We are seeking an operations manager to lead on delivering the project objectives of addressing rogue landlords and letting agents within Camden exploiting migrant tenants living in unlicensed and dangerous HMOs. The role will require you to manage a small multi-disciplinary team of staff, leading on monitoring progress and reporting outcomes. The role will require you to lead on case investigations, serve notices, take prosecutions and other high level interventions and provide professional advice and guidance to officers, members and other services, ensuring the delivery of the project outcomes
This is an exciting and challenging time for Kirklees and we want to expand our team to manage and deliver construction related projects, to achieve the Council’s ambitions.
The Council aims to revitalise Huddersfield Town Centre, transform Dewsbury Town Centre and North Kirklees, deliver significant housing growth in line with the new Local Plan and provide the infrastructure required to enable this to happen including new schools, leisure facilities, specialist accommodation and roads.
Sandwell Council is investing in its Income Management Service, creating a highly efficient and professional service and placing itself in a strong position to meet the challenges and demands of maximising income collection at every opportunity.
The Service is responsible for managing, monitoring and recovering arrears of rent and other housing related charges from current and former tenants. A key objective is to combine the effective recovery of arrears with the provision of a high quality customer focused advice, assistance and support service. You will be a key player in ensuring prompt and effective early action is taken to control and recover outstanding arrears to eviction stage and other associated debts.
Fixed term or internal and external secondment available (subject to agreement by appropriate organisations).
We are looking for an exceptional individual to lead and develop Greenwich ReSET (Reducing Serious Youth Violence & Exploitation Team), a new co-located, multidisciplinary service that we are setting up in response to the rise in knife crime and serious youth violence in Greenwich.
Do you enjoy working outdoors? Do you relish the opportunity to join a valued team that provides an essential service to our residents and businesses?
We are looking for enthusiastic, highly motivated and well organised individuals to join our refuse collection service as a Waste Resource Operative Apprentice. Working within a close knit team you will be responsible for collecting and removing recyclable material and waste from residential, industrial, commercial and educational properties in all types of weather. You will also gain an understanding of the principles of waste and recycling.
Working as a horticultural apprentice in Bereavement Services you will experience a huge variety of gardening challenges from conservation areas in Victorian settings to formally laid gardens of memorial.
You will be part of a small highly experienced team who maintain our seven cemeteries and six closed churchyards and your tasks will vary from the basics, litter picking etc. to the more complex; planning and planting floral displays and dealing with Japanese Knotweed.
The apprentice will work as part of the grounds maintenance team to ensure clean, attractive neighbourhoods in all parts of the borough. The successful candidate will need to be flexible in their approach to work. Have excellent communication skills, be enthusiastic and have the ability to work as part of a team. Working outdoors in all weathers is required.
This is a really exciting opportunity to join the Council’s proactive and successful Energy & Active Travel Team.
The team has responsibility for a wide range of environmental activities including:
• Energy management and invest to save projects
• Carbon reduction & environmental projects
• Supporting residents with home energy efficiency and affordable warmth
• Investing in renewable energy projects
• Delivering a large suite of active travel projects to increase walking and cycling across the county.
• Management of the council’s corporate fleet
• Delivering a range of low carbon European funded projects on energy efficiency, public buildings and renewable energy.
‘Supporting volunteers who are passionate about building more of the homes we need in their communities is something I’m fully behind.’
‘While the region has long been recognised for its strength in industries like manufacturing, embedding the arts within this has a major role to play in underpinning growth in the years to come.’