As part of the Tees Valley, Redcar and Cleveland, together with our neighbouring boroughs, will be bidding to become the City of Culture 2025. We need a visionary leader with a track record of delivery to ensure that we play a full and successful part in this ambitious undertaking.
We are famous for our world class industry, but that is just part of our story. With miles of heritage coastline, the North York Moors National Park and an enviable range of events and attractions, our cultural and tourism offer is established but ripe for further development.
Work is now underway to refurbish and remodel the Grade II listed Victorian building, which is set to reopen under a new commercial operator in summer 2020.
East Staffordshire Borough Council provides a wide range of services to its residents. Despite the challenging economic conditions the Council maintains a strong level of performance, provides value for money to its residents and is financially resilient.
We are looking to appoint a committed, self-motivated and flexible financial professional to support the Chief Accountant in the provision of a comprehensive financial support service to the Council.
SMBC – Events and Programme Co-ordinators
Events @ Sandwell
With a rich and diverse culture, Sandwell Borough is home to award-winning parks and leisure centres, high-performing libraries, an iconic range of museums and heritage sites, playing fields and green open spaces – the ‘jewel’ in the crown being Sandwell Valley Country Park.
Are you motivated, enthusiastic, see change as an opportunity to develop and improve the way we work? Then Rugby Borough Council is the place to be!
Rugby is known all over the world as the birthplace of the game of rugby football. Located near the centre of England and stretching from Coventry to the west and to the county borders of Northamptonshire and Leicestershire in the east, the Borough of Rugby is excellently placed for both local economic growth within the West Midlands as well as benefitting from the impact of growth in businesses focussing in logistics. The Borough has great access to key motorway networks and the rail services which provides quick alternative commuting options for Coventry, Birmingham and Northampton.
Northumberland County Council provides a large and diverse range of services across one of the largest counties in England. Local Government’s ongoing challenges, the diversity of our communities and the aspiration of the council, to meet the needs of our residents, means we have to work smarter. That’s why we want bold, creative and agile thinkers who can help us move forward and innovate.
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Manufacturing may be ‘significantly’ higher in economic contribution and underestimating it could have serious implications for national decision-making.
Location: 5 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
Contract Type: 2 Year Fixed Term contract, Full time, 36 hours per week
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Camden is a borough at the heart of London where major projects of national importance are having an impact on our citizens and communities, including High Speed Two (HS2) and the redevelopment of Euston Station.
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Strategic Transport team for a junior engineer to join our Transport Development Management (TDM) team on a permanent basis.
Bristol is currently experiencing considerable growth, and with it increased demands for housing and employment. Whilst positive, the need for additional staff has arisen out of these increased demands, alongside the pressing need to address climate change, and deliver sustainable development that minimises harm it generates on its surrounding environment.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within Transport Development Management (TDM) for an experienced transport or town planning professional to promote, shape and positively influence the key role that Transport plays in land-use planning in Bristol.
You will have a pivotal role in the planning process, collaborating with planners, architects, designers and engineers to exploit the opportunities that successful master-planning and connectivity of new developments can bring to the quality and health of our existing and future communities whilst challenging proposals that do not achieve these aims.