Empowering People, Innovation and Collaboration
Wiltshire is a thriving county that enables and positively encourages healthy living in inclusive and prosperous communities. We are proud of our heritage and for having a strong community spirit, with decision making placed in the heart of the community. Over the last decade the council, with its public, private and voluntary sector partners, has improved people’s lives and helped businesses to develop and relocate into Wiltshire. We have ambitious plans to grow the local economy in a sustainable way and are forward thinking in our approach, rapidly evolving, always ready to embrace new ideas and encourage our people to be innovative and collaborative to achieve our ambitions.
Please note: This role is a 6 Month FTC/Internal Secondment Opportunity.
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.
Do you want to work in social housing environment delivering tenancy and estate management functions out in our communities, estates and in our customers homes? If so we want to hear from you!
We have an exciting opportunity for Neighbourhood Assistants to join our Locals and be a part of the front line of housing management delivery team. You will deal with letting tenancies, tenancy and estate management, resolving anti-social behaviour, safeguarding, tenant engagement and partnership working. This work will be delivered in a defined ward and you will support a Neighbourhood Officer who will deal with wider neighbourhood priorities which are determined by local Elected Members, our residents and emerging priorities.
Malvern Hills District Council is a great place to work, with high levels of resident satisfaction and motivated staff who enjoy working with us. Located in South Worcestershire the district boasts a beautiful natural environment, a rich heritage and plenty to do and see. Malvern Hills District is also ranked in the top 20 best rural places to live in the UK.
Can you successfully lead capital projects?
Brent is a tremendously vibrant London borough where the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium dominates the skyline. Spanning both inner and outer London, it is a borough of huge contrasts in terms of its economic, environmental, ethnic and social make up. Brent’s diversity is evident to all who visit our borough and our long history of ethnic and cultural diversity has created a place that is truly unique and valued by those who live and work here.
At Royal Greenwich, we are proud to be a borough synonymous with first class modern services alongside our Maritime history, Greenwich Mean Time and Royal Status. A world heritage site, our communities are vibrant and diverse and our elected members are ambitious to realise the potential of the borough whilst responding to our financial challenges.
I’ve seen the future and it’s Norwich*
Could you lead an organisation with a £120m turnover? Be a custodian of £1bn-worth of assets including 16,000 council houses? A creative manager who inspires a workforce of hundreds? A broker of public partnerships and an entrepreneur?
If so, you could be our new Chief Executive and the person who strives for our 2040 vision. It’s a chance to shape a modern, creative city with a rich heritage. A city that has the National Centre for Writing plus a strong and growing digital sector as part of a diverse economy. And let’s not forget the two universities, two cathedrals, premiership football team and successful business improvement district.
Two posts have become available in the Council’s Highways Development Control Section offering an opportunity to undertake the technical analysis and negotiation/ liaison activity associated with the Council’s role as a Statutory Consultee for planning applications, new estate street development and minor development related improvements of the highway network.