Enfield Council has submitted plans for a 2,300 home riverside community as part of the second phase of its £6bn Meridian Water scheme.
7th Aug 2019 - NewStart
37 Hours per week
North Warwickshire is a rural district and the Council’s Housing Division serves approximately 2,700 Tenants. Our Housing Services Team is committed to delivering excellent services for all of its customers.
We are looking for an individual who will work as part of a team that are a highly visible resource, providing a community-based service to tenants in the Borough.
Housing Assistant (Income Management)
Grade C: £18,426 -£19,171 Per annum
Post Ref: CH209 – 37 hours per week
Benefits to you:
This is a permanent, full-time role (37 hours a week), with benefits (including: pension, free parking, flexi-time scheme, generous annual leave entitlement and numerous discounts at the local shopping centre).
The Black Country Consortium (BCC) Ltd works collaboratively with partners from the Public, Private and Third Sector, to steer and support economic growth in the Black Country. In working with these sectors, BCC marshals the energies and enthusiasm that promote and deliver meaningful joint sub-regional working, for the growth and enrichment of the Black Country as a whole.
Contract Details: Fixed term for 2 years.
Closing Date: 18/08/2019
Interview Date: 05/09/2019
Darlington is a historic market town, located in the southernmost part of County Durham, on the border with North Yorkshire. Darlington is part of the Tees Valley sub-region with excellent transport connections to the wider area. Despite being one of the UK’s smallest Unitary Authorities it has one of the fastest growing economies in the North of England in recent years.
Applications are invited for a full time position within one of our neighbourhood housing teams
The primary purpose of the neighbourhood housing officer is to ensure our tenancies are sustained through proactive intervention by delivering a range of advice, support, prevention and enforcement measures.
You will take ownership of a neighbourhood area and deliver local services targeted at the needs of the neighbourhood and its residents.
37.0 Hours per Week
Fixed Term Contract – ending on 31 March 2022 (guaranteed funding)
Following a sustained expansion of work we have a fantastic opportunity for a Development Officer – Ecologist to join our Conservation of the Historic Environment, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Ecology Team. The team provides professional and technical advice on heritage, landscape, design, and ecology issues with regards environmental, policy, spatial planning and the statutory planning process. The team is also responsible for the designation and management of Solihull’s 23 Local Nature Reserves and the delivery of externally funded projects.
Darlaston and Willenhall railway stations, located on the Walsall to Wolverhampton line, will be reconstructed and brought back into service.
Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit the people of Wyre Forest. You can help shape our District’s future, and you will be part of a workforce that makes a difference.
Quality, professionalism and commitment are the key drivers of the services we offer to enhance the quality of life of local residents and visitors to the District. In order to maintain high standards it is necessary to have a diverse workforce who are highly competent and experienced, whose main focus is ensuring the services we offer meet the aspirations and needs of our local community.
37.0 Hours per Week
To lead and develop a multi disciplined Team, to effectively manage and deliver a range of major improvement contracts identified through stakeholder feedback, component lifecycle requirements and reactive need to support Solihull Community Housing’s (SCH) Strategic Vision, Values and whole organisation Asset Management Strategy.