50 towns will progress to the second round of the £675m FHSF, which aims to support local authorities’ plans to revitalise their town centres.
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East Hampshire and Havant Councils are at the forefront of public sector transformation. One of the first partnerships to implement a shared Chief Executive and management structure, we have gone from strength to strength, enabling both Councils to pursue our own strategies while securing high quality services and savings.
As our Head of Finance, you will be joining a dynamic senior leadership team, sharing the ‘can do’ ethos that plays a key role in achieving our corporate priorities, even during a period of crucial change as the two councils evolve.
Your new organisation
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Local Development Manager professional to join their team. Southend-on-Sea Borough Council employs around 1,700 staff, who work together to deliver a wide range of services that meet the needs of those who live, work and visit the area. The council provides a range of vital services at the heart of the community, as well as investing in exciting and ambitious projects that keep Southend-on-Sea firmly on the map. The Council is ambitious for the future and is working with local partners and local communities to ensure we deliver our exciting ambition for 2050.
‘It is clearly wrong how well off you are can determine the health of your lungs.’
We are looking for an experienced and innovative Waste Professional to take up the role of Waste Disposal & Contracts Manager working within the Waste Care Section of Environmental Services.
Hours: 37 per week
Salary: Grade 11
You must have significant senior management experience in a Waste Management discipline. You must also have high level experience of preparing tender and contract specifications, working with contractors and delivering comprehensive monitoring programmes.
‘Brexit cannot leave local areas facing huge financial uncertainty as a result of lost regional aid funding.’