The Transport Planning and Network Strategy service area brings together Transport Planning including management of the Transportation Capital Programme, Strategic Traffic Management including the Statutory Network Management duty under the Traffic Management Act 2004, supporting complex infrastructure projects such as HS2, Sprint and Metro, transport development control, travel demand management / communications and road safety.
13th Aug 2019 - NewStart
Principal Transport Planning Officer
Working 36.50 Hours Per Week
GR5- £34,788 – £42,683
Senior Transport Planning Officer
Working 36.50 Hours Per Week
GR4 – £26,999 – £33,7991
Lancaster Circus, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 7DJ
A fantastic opportunity to join an exciting, dynamic, pioneering newly structured legal team in Sandwell. We are reaching the end of our transformation programme and are setting up an excellent in-house service for our clients.
We require a Senior Legal Assistant who is ideally a Member or Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives or equivalent or newly qualified Solicitor or Barrister, who can provide advice and assistance on all legal matters in housing law including the drafting of appropriate documents, undertaking advocacy on behalf of the Council in relation to Housing and other Civil matters in the County Court and providing assistance with Homelessness and IT Panels.
An opportunity has arisen to join our dynamic Development Management team at Lichfield District Council at the beginning of your planning career.
We are ideally situated in the heart of the Midlands, based in the historic centre of Lichfield. We are within easy reach of Birmingham and the District includes beautiful countryside including an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This presents a broad range of development opportunities, challenges and pressures for the District.
Principal Highways Asset Engineers
Working 36.50 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract to 31 March 2020
37 hours per week (shifts worked on a rota)
Want to be part of an exciting new approach tackling rough sleeping?
Warwick District Council has a big ambition to reduce rough sleeping in the district and to make a lasting difference to the lives of homeless people. We have opportunities to join the Direct Access Hostel for Rough Sleepers (William Wallsgrove House) in roles funded through the Warwick District Council’s Rough Sleeper Initiative.
The Council, working in partnership with Maldon District Council and Essex County Council is looking to recruit two people to work closely with our Housing Service and other local agencies to assess housing options for people who are currently or at risk of sleeping rough.
This is a great opportunity to work closely with people and other agencies who provide housing and support, including local charities, health, social care and the criminal justice system. Each Navigator will have their own caseload and work alongside both Councils’ homelessness teams to asses housing need on a case-by-case basis through to helping people move on towards independent living.