6th Jun 2019 - NewStart

Corporate Director for People

Exciting Opportunity at Nottingham City Council

Could you lead a Directorate that delivers high quality services for all its children, adults and young people?

Nottingham is a great city to live and work for many reasons… We are an innovative, vibrant and fast growing Core City, with a new era of regeneration in the City. We have one of the best public transport networks in the country with an extended tram system and exceptional rail links. We have a flourishing arts, events and music scene, a great and developing shopping offer, fantastic sports facilities and tantalisingly great restaurants and buzzing night-time scene.

Senior Economic Development Officer (Culture, Heritage & Tourism)

In Derbyshire we are committed to maximising the economic potential of our unique and distinctive cultural and environmental offer to ensure that the county is an exceptional and world class destination for people to live, work , visit an invest. To spearhead this effort, the Derbyshire Culture, Heritage and Tourism (CHAT) Board has been established to bring together partners to support the key strategic development of the county’s offer in order to further enhance our booming visitor economy.

Director of Corporate Services

See what we’ve achieved – and push for progress

From the historic docks and stunning seafront to the city centre, Portsmouth’s alive with culture and full of naval heritage. Bold regeneration projects are revitalising the city – and the buzz of change and innovation is just as strong here within our Authority. We’ve created a brand new senior role that offers outstanding experience at the highest level. As Director of Corporate Services, you’ll have the chance to lead exciting transformation in a council that’s committed to progress.

Senior Planning Officer – Ref: EE42619

Walsall Council’s Corporate Plan 2018- 2021 recognises ‘Economic Growth’ as one of its core priorities. Indeed, a successful local economy matters across all outcomes for the Council and its partners. Together with this commitment, we have the drive and ambition to make the most of all local, regional and national opportunities and ensure delivery. One of the important work streams in achieving our Borough’s economic success is our Local Planning Authority functions, including the preparation and adoption of our Local Plan and our approach to achieving successful planning decisions.

Planning Policy Officer (2 Posts) – Ref: EE42719

Walsall Council’s Corporate Plan 2018- 2021 recognises ‘Economic Growth’ as one of its core priorities. Indeed, a successful local economy matters across all outcomes for the Council and its partners. Together with this commitment, we have the drive and ambition to make the most of all local, regional and national opportunities and ensure delivery. One of the important work streams in achieving our Borough’s economic success is our Local Planning Authority functions, including the preparation and adoption of our Local Plan and our approach to achieving successful planning decisions.

Permit Officer

Highways, Transport & Engineering Services

This is an exciting opportunity to join Telford & Wrekin Council’s Traffic Management Team to provide technical advice and support within the Highways, Transport & Engineering Service area.

Telford a new town has its roots in the 1960s but this doesn’t mean we’re stuck in the past. Over the last 50 years the town has grown and developed into a hub of innovation and investment.

Traffic Engineer

Highways, Transport & Engineering Services

This is an exciting opportunity to join Telford & Wrekin Council’s Traffic Management Team to provide technical advice and support within the Highways, Transport & Engineering Service area.

Telford a new town has its roots in the 1960s but this doesn’t mean we’re stuck in the past. Over the last 50 years the town has grown and developed into a hub of innovation and investment.

Assistant Engineer – Traffic Regulation

2 years fixed term

This is an exciting opportunity to join Telford & Wrekin Council’s Traffic Management Team to provide technical advice and support within the Highways, Transport & Engineering Service area.

Telford a new town has its roots in the 1960s but this doesn’t mean we’re stuck in the past. Over the last 50 years the town has grown and developed into a hub of innovation and investment.

Development Officer/Senior Development Officer – Ecologist

Hours:
37.0 Hours per Week

Fixed Term Contract – ending on 31 March 2022

Following a sustained expansion of work we have a fantastic opportunity for a Development Officer – Ecologist to join our Conservation of the Historic Environment, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Ecology Team. The team provides professional and technical advice on heritage, landscape, design, and ecology issues with regards environmental, policy, spatial planning and the statutory planning process. The team is also responsible for the designation and management of Solihull’s 23 Local Nature Reserves and the delivery of externally funded projects.

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