12th Jun 2019 - NewStart

Community Protection Enforcement Officers – Ref: EE43219

Community Protection Enforcement Officers – Ref: EE43219
G7: £26,056 – £30,206 per annum.

These are fixed term contracts to the end of March 2020.

The Community Protection Team are recruiting to 5 new posts – 4 Community Protection Enforcement Officers and 1 Senior Community Protection Enforcement Officer.  This is an exciting time to join a busy multi-disciplinary team and to support its ongoing development as it works to make a real difference to the lives of our residents, businesses and visitors.

Senior Community Protection Enforcement Officer

Senior Community Protection Enforcement Officer – Ref: EE43119
G8: £29,343 – £33,464 per annum.

These are fixed term contracts to the end of March 2020.

The Community Protection Team are recruiting to 5 new posts – 4 Community Protection Enforcement Officers and 1 Senior Community Protection Enforcement Officer.  This is an exciting time to join a busy multi-disciplinary team and to support its ongoing development as it works to make a real difference to the lives of our residents, businesses and visitors.

Clerk of the Works – Construction

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 Clerk of the Works to ensure our new homes are built to the highest standards. This is an exciting new post where you will be part of a growing Development Team that is driving an ambitious new Build Programme. NBBC are embracing modern methods of construction as well as more traditional routes to deliver the programme. If you have relevant experience, can work well on own initiative, is someone who likes a challenge and wants to develop their knowledge and skills further we would like to hear from you.

Career Grade Planner

The Royal Borough of Greenwich faces an unprecedented growth agenda in terms of its position in London, the strategic expectations of the Mayor and its pivotal role in City in the East.  It is a significant growth hub where the expectation for delivery is high.  It is an attractive borough, on the international map but not without its challenges.

Be part of Greenwich’s vision to successfully accommodate a high level of sustainable growth, which will have a positive and enhancing impact on the existing environment and community.   We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and well organised individual to take up a Planning Officer role within the Development Management East Area Team.

Enterprise Architect

North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) is currently undergoing continued transformation through its Digital, Mobile Working and Transformation programs underpinned by introduction of new innovative technologies.

About the role

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and experienced Enterprise/Solution Architect who can advise senior stakeholders to make effective transformation decision across all EA domains (Business, Application, Data and Technology)

Team Leader – Highways Asset Management

Would you like the challenge of working in the county with one of the biggest highway networks in the UK? Does having a work/life balance appeal to you? Does the prospect of moving to a new area for a new employer who has a vested interest in its employee’s wellbeing and get support to relocate appeal to you?

If so, read on……

NYCC have an exciting opportunity for a motivated professional with excellent technical and communication skills as a Team Leader – Highway Asset Management. The core focus of the position is to own the whole HMEP agenda and ensure the successful delivery against and, continuous improvement in, the Council’s Highway Asset Management Strategy. In so doing, you must be able to communicate clearly the Highway Asset Management Strategy to internal teams, external partners and stakeholders and to the customers and residents of North Yorkshire. This involves fostering effective and constructive working relationships with internal teams to deliver transformational change in identification and delivery of the Highways Capital Works Programme. As the key advocate for the Council’s Highway Asset Management Strategy, you will articulate a clear policy narrative and where necessary, give direction, across a range of internal and external partners and stakeholders and set a positive and collaborative ‘can do’ culture.

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