10th Jul 2019 - NewStart

Graduate Planning Officer

Location: Plough Lane
Hours: 37.00 per Week
Grade: HC5 – HC7
Salary: £19,171 – £28,785
Closing Date: 22/07/2019
Interview Date: 29/07/2019

The Development Management team is responding positively to increased economic activity in Herefordshire and is seeking to recruit a Graduate Planning Officers to play a vital role in delivering a high quality service. As a forward thinking unitary authority we continue to train our own planning officers with a variety of work, previous graduates have recently been successful at internal promotions to Senior Level. Working in one of the General Applications Teams you will be responsible for a diverse and interesting caseload covering historic urban environments and truly outstanding countryside. You should be either a member or working towards membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute and have the ability to travel around the county.

Strategic Housing Manager

Hours: 37 per week
Location: Plough Lane, Hereford
Closing Date: 19th July 2019

We are seeking an experienced, professional and well-motivated manager to take on this exciting leadership role. Leading the council’s strategic housing function, you will ensure that the council discharges its statutory housing duties. You will maintain senior level relationships with social housing providers, government departments and sector agencies, manage the development of housing related policy and strategy and ensure the delivery of affordable housing in the county. The role will require you to work closely with internal partners to identify and enable the delivery of housing solutions to meet the diverse needs of Herefordshire’s vulnerable households.

PROGRAMME OFFICER

We require a Programme Officer to coordinate the delivery of allocated programmes, projects, contracts, stakeholder events and funding streams to ensure that the Combined Authority fulfils its corporate and strategic responsibilities.

You will assist in the planning, organisation and management of programmes, projects and standards guaranteeing the most effective and efficient use of resources. You will develop and monitor relevant processes and procedures to ensure the timeliness and effective control over projects and programmes.

LEVEL 3 CIVIL ENGINEERING APPRENTICE – LIONHEART DEPOT, ALNWICK

Northumberland County Council have created exciting opportunities for three new Civil Engineering Apprentices to work within Local Services, Highways Delivery Management.

A Civil Engineering Technician provides technical support to engineers and other construction professionals in the design, development, construction, commissioning, decommissioning, operation or maintenance of the built environment and infrastructure. Technicians will be required to have a broad skills base to work in areas which include sustainable construction, structural integrity, infrastructure, structures, materials and transportation.
These apprenticeship positions will offer high quality on and off the job training to the successful candidates as they get involved in:
Design – assisting in the development of technical solutions by producing design models, calculations, reports and drawings, surveying a site, using appropriate analysis and relevant codes.
Analysis – using appropriate software systems and other data gathering tools and tests to solve technical problems.
Project delivery – contributing to planning, managing work schedules, budgets and deadlines, and ensuring outputs comply with client and industry specifications, standards and guidance.
Site engineering – operating quality systems and Health, Safety and Risk Management procedures and checking specified technical aspects of site activities.
Your programme encpasses the Civil Engineering technician Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard and will run for three years. Within the programme, you will complete the BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Construction & the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)
It is expected that you will have achieved at least 5 GCSEs at Grades A*-C / 5-6 including Maths , English and Science or their equivalent. For more information, please see the attached Job Description

BUSINESS ANALYST

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Transformation and Partnerships Service for an experienced Business Analyst post (temporary until February 2021) to work to assist and transform the Council into becoming a forward thinking modern organisation with an opportunity to make a significant difference for those who live or work in County Durham.

The post holder is responsible for providing strategic leadership in business analytics. They will lead by example in terms of embedding the vision, values and behaviours of the council.

Partnerships & Activities Manager

We are currently seeking an experienced manager to work in the Parks and Open Spaces Team of Bexley Council’s Communities Department. The post we are looking for an experienced Partnerships & Activities Manager with a history of community and stakeholder engagement, audience development and project delivery to join a dynamic parks team. The post holder will demonstrate an understanding of community participation schemes, formal and informal learning, event delivery, audience development, building / facilities management and venue programming.

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