16th Sep 2019 - NewStart
An opportunity has arisen for a Durham Woodland Revival Forestry Officer until November 2023.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) has awarded Durham Woodland Revival £432,700 to bring together organisations from the forestry sector to develop woodland habitat networks through better managed forests, new planting and community involvement across a targeted area of 200 km2 in County Durham.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Housing Income Team where you will deliver effective income management services to our tenants and represent Housing Services at court hearings and evictions.
You should have experience of working in a housing environment relating to rent collection and recovery.
Highly effective communication skills are essential in this role, together with the ability to organise and prioritise workloads to meet performance targets. Experience of working in sometimes difficult environmental situations with clients who have challenging behaviour is also essential.
We seek an enthusiastic, well organised and creative museum worker to act as the project coordinator for Tees Valley Museums Group. We want a person who supports and understands the Creative Case For Diversity, has a passion for cultural access for all and an understanding that museums can contribute positively to all our lives.
Tees Valley Museum Group (TVMG) is a consortium of Local Authority Museums in the Tees Valley that has received funding from the Arts Council England (ACE) as a National Portfolio Organisation. Stockton Council is the lead authority within the consortium. The museums in the consortium are Preston Park Museum & Grounds – Stockton, Head of Steam Railway Museum – Darlington, Museum of Hartlepool & Hartlepool Art Gallery, Dorman Museum & Captain Cook Birthplace Museum – Middlesbrough and Kirkleatham Museum – Redcar.
Service Area: Culture, Communities and Communications
Directorate: Growth and Place
Salary: GBP 21,589 – GBP 22,911
Do you have proven experience of reviewing, developing and delivering housing policies, business improvements and related objectives?
Do you have excellent housing knowledge, communication skills, and the ability to prioritise and organise a complex workload?
Are you a confident, positive and supportive team leader?
If so then North Tyneside Council’s position as Housing Policy and Service Development Manager could be for you.
Dudley MBC is working with communities and partners to continue to build a healthy, resilient and safe Borough.
As part of this work, Dudley Council is seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual to the role of Apprentice Community Development Worker with responsibility for working with Dudley’s Roma and Romanian Communities. The ability to converse in English and Roma and/or Romanian languages is therefore essential.
£30507.00 – £42683.00 p.a. Incremental progression is dependent on performance.
Hours:37.0 Hours per Week
Solihull has an excellent opportunity for an enforcement planner within our Development Management Group.Working in our Enforcement, Monitoring and Compliance team, you will:
• investigate and act upon alleged breaches of planning control in accordance with adopted policy and procedure, including carrying research and site visits, preparing case reports, making decisions on expediency, updating customers and, where necessary, drafting instructions for formal action and serving notices and associated legal documents;
37 hours per week
Maternity Cover to end on or before 9 August 2020
Looking for a challenge? Committed to making a difference? Passionate about improving community health and wellbeing?
If so, you are the person we need to co-ordinate and drive forward the related priorities and actions identified in the Borough Council’s Corporate Plan, Health and Wellbeing Action Plan, and the Warwickshire North Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
Please note: This role is a FTC to 31 March 2021/Secondment
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.