An exciting opportunity has arisen to work as part of the Low Carbon Economy Team until October 2022.
The post holder will develop and implement low carbon projects across the Council’s building and land portfolio, measure performance against invest to save and CO2 reduction criteria and trouble shoot problems that arise and identify practical solutions.
Public Protection and Neighbourhoods Team.
We are seeking to appoint an Environmental Health Officer with the necessary training and experience to work in our Public Protection and Neighbourhoods Team.
This is an exciting time to join the team as we prepare for a new Additional and Selective licensing scheme which is due to commence April 2020.
Chelmsford is looking for an experienced Environmental Health Officer to join our Housing Standards Team to cover maternity leave on a part-time basis for 12 months. The team thrives on the shared challenges that this area of work brings and enjoys an interesting and varied case-load. As a valued member of the team, you will have the opportunity to deal with the complete range of regulatory work including empty homes and HMOs with the full support of the lead officer and your colleagues. If you are a motivated and experienced Environmental Health Officer we’d love to hear from you.
Fixed term for 2 years
18.5 hours per week
An opportunity has arisen to appoint a fixed term Business Finance Officer. The post will be based within the Business Finance team in the People Directorate.
The main duties of the post will be delivering financial services to a high standard which will improve outcomes for adults in Newcastle and providing support on finance related matters and maintenance of management information for the directorate.
Northumberland County Council operates a huge range of services across one of the largest counties in the UK. Local Government’s ongoing challenges and the diversity of our residents means we have to work smarter. That’s why we want bold, creative and agile thinkers who can help us move forward and innovate. For further information about working for Northumberland County Council, please click here: http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/working
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), the transport arm of the West Midlands Combined Authority is a rapidly growing and fast emerging as a standard setter in the industry. We are a Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies employer and in October 2017, we became only the second ever to win the ‘City Region Authority of the Year’ twice in a row at the National Transport Awards. We need new talent to join our already excellent team that is making a real difference to people within the West Midlands.
Senior Planning Officer X 2 (DDM117)
Band H (NSCP 24-28) £27,905 – £31,371 per annum
37 hours per week
Plus National Essential Car User Allowance £963 Per annum
Do you want an opportunity to play a part in delivering a wide range of exciting, unique and diverse major projects which will have a positive impact on the community and its residents?
Responsible for the provision of a fully comprehensive housing management service to clients in directly managed temporary accommodation dispersed across and outside both Richmond and Wandsworth councils.
We are seeking to recruit a Property Management Officer to join the team in a very busy and demanding position with responsibility for a portfolio of temporary accommodation including casework management of the client and for housing management and repairs.
Please note this is a two year fixed term contract with a potential for extension, subject to budget and workload.
Calling all transport Planners – are you seeking a new challenge?
Would you like to have the opportunity to be at the forefront of creating new Garden Communities? Are you a highly motivated, experienced senior or principal transport & infrastructure planning officer who understands the complexities of delivery of large scale and strategic site and proposals? Are you looking for a new, different and interesting challenge working for a highly motivated team addressing the infrastructure challenge for new garden communities? This new role will be demanding, yet varied and rewarding.