About the Role
This is your chance to make your mark on Lincolnshire. As part of a programme to promote growth in the county, we’re looking for a Head of Infrastructure Investment to lead our team in securing funding for the essential infrastructure priorities across Lincolnshire.
You’ll be tackling the elements of infrastructure that are impeding growth, with emphasis on transport and housing, you’ll need to set out plans to ensure the county is prepared for development. To ensure these plans can be put into action, you and your team will be tasked with securing funding for these exciting projects, involving grant applications and private investment. This is an incredible chance to make a difference and build a legacy of infrastructure across Lincolnshire; the role generates an average of £15-20m per annum which can have a huge influence across the county, with benefits that will be enjoyed for generations to come.
About the Role
We’re looking for a motivated Head of Economic Infrastructure to be the driving force behind schemes that will help the Lincolnshire business community to grow and prosper. You’ll be responsible for a team of 14, collaborating alongside other teams in order to establish and implement a clear strategy for Council involvement in economic investment projects, then continuing with these projects through delivery and completion. Apply your expertise, decide when it is right for the council to invest and when the council should support businesses in making investments independently.
About the Role
We’re looking for an Assistant Director of Growth to play a leading role in our Growth activities, working to establish Lincolnshire as a place that works hard for its residents, workers, investors and visitors, through investment and project management. Reporting to the Executive Director of Place, this role is extremely flexible. You’ll be involved with many sectors of Lincolnshire County Council’s operations and able to have significant influence on both day-to-day running, and generation-defining projects. You’ll drive a number of teams that are essential to Lincolnshire’s ambitions for growth, setting out industrial and place-based strategies, managing project budgets and funding streams, contract negotiations, ensuring the projects are delivered to a high standard and advising across a variety of challenges.
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The Gateshead Housing Company is a non-profit organisation responsible for the day-to-day management of nearly 20,000 homes.
We aim to provide excellent and efficient services to create homes and neighbourhoods that meet the aspirations of the people of Gateshead.
We employ over 800 people and involve our customers in making our services better.
The Neighbourhood Housing Management Service has recently reshaped the delivery of its tenancy and estate management service to enable us to respond to future challenges in the housing environment. The Neighbourhood Housing Officer is a pivotal role and will focus on proactively managing tenancies, providing early intervention and support, to prevent tenancies from failing.
Bexley is looking to work closely with our voluntary and community sector to raise funds for joint projects and for community projects in Bexley.
We are now looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and self-starting Bid Writer, who may have voluntary and community sector background.
You will be joining a creative team that values partnerships and that is committed to working directly with communities to help communities to support each other to stay safe and healthy.
There are plenty of reasons to take a closer look at Royal Greenwich.
Royal Greenwich is undergoing a huge transformation – Crossrail and Silvertown river crossing are coming and we are developing land, buildings and new transport links to create a living and working destination of choice.
Our borough is a fascinating mix of green and urban areas. There is a world heritage site, historical centres, modern development and significant regeneration.
We are shaping Waltham Forest to unlock its potential. As Head of Electoral & Democratic Services, you will lead your teams to deliver outstanding services for the Council and its residents.
About the Role
Reporting to the Director of Law and Governance you will lead an Electoral Services team of six and a Democratic Services team of five.
37 Hours per week
Newcastle City Council Revenues, Benefits & Exchequer Team is undergoing major transformation and we are implementing leaner operating models and we are looking to recruit an experienced officer to join our successful and dynamic team.
As a Business Rates/BID Team Manager, you will be responsible for leading and managing a team responsible for business rates & BID administration. You will need to have a comprehensive of business rates practices and procedures as well as recent experience of managing staff through transformational change within a performance driven environment.