8th Jan 2020 - NewStart

Chief Officer – Finance, Performance & Change / Prif Swyddog – Cyllid, Perfformiad a Newid

Bridgend County Borough is a place with a great deal going for it. Ideally situated between Swansea and Cardiff, and with easy access to the M4, it’s one of the fastest growing areas in Wales. This role offers both scope and influence: a chance to embed prudent financial thinking at the very heart of change and innovation. If you want to have greater impact this could be the ideal home for your talent.

Traffic Engineering Team Leader

Traffic Engineering Team Leader
Full Time Permanent 37 hours per week
NCJ P011 £39,782 – £42,683

This is an exciting opportunity to join Telford & Wrekin Council’s Network Management Team to lead on the delivery of a variety of projects within the Highways, Transport and Engineering Services area.

Enforcement Service Senior Officer

Durham County Council is establishing a new In-House Enforcement Service and are seeking to recruit an Enforcement Service Senior Officer.

The service will be responsible for the collection and enforcement of Council Tax, Business Rates, parking fines & fixed penalty notices, commercial rents, sundry debt and Housing Benefit Overpayments.

The successful candidate will join Finance and Transactional Services as part of the Payments, Income & Support Team.

Private Sector Development Assistant

37.0 Hours per Week

Fixed Term Contract for 2 years

Solihull Community Housing is an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) responsible for managing the property portfolio, customers and surrounding estates on behalf of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (SMBC).

Reporting to the Private Sector Development Officer you will work as a team to source suitable accommodation in the private rented sector to meet the needs of those customers threatened with homelessness and those who are already homeless.

Private Sector Access & Support Officer

If you are looking for a new opportunity where every day brings a different challenge, you enjoy working with people, and feel you have good negotiation skills, interpersonal skills and a “can do” attitude, then this could be the opportunity for you.

If you want to be part of our team we need you to:

• Be a team player
• Be committed to delivering a quality housing options service and
• Be creative in finding timely housing solutions for customers

Housing Options Officer

22.2 hours per week (3 days per week)

Benefits to you:

  • Essential User Car Allowance
  • 21 days pro rata holiday rising to 26 days pro rata after 5 years continuous service
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Flexitime Scheme
  • Discounted Leisure Centre Membership
  • Free ParkingAn exciting opportunity has arisen in the Housing Division’s Housing Options and Lettings team for a pro-active individual capable of delivering positive outcomes for our customers.  As a Housing Options Officer, you will be working with customers to assess their housing circumstances in accordance with the Council’s Lettings Scheme and providing advice about the housing options available to them.

    You will see homeless applicants, assess their needs and deliver the services required for the prevention and relief statutory duties and keep cases under review.  This will include undertaking a needs assessment of the household and developing personal housing plans to achieve a positive outcome. You will work closely with partner agencies to provide support services for applicants as well as establishing a network of contacts to assist with providing a comprehensive advice and options service for customers.

Development Manager (Leisure Park)

If you’ve the drive and vision to play a key role in Basingstoke’s dynamic growth story, this could be the new challenge you’ve been waiting for. It’s your chance to manage the strategic regeneration of major property developments that are central to the future economic prosperity of this fast-evolving borough.

You will be part of a bold and innovative organisation that has big ambitions – for the borough and for our staff. We do things differently here. We go beyond expectations to nurture and develop our communities and our colleagues as we shape an exciting future for Basingstoke and Deane.

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