20th Jan 2020 - NewStart
Planning Policy Technical Officer – Ref: EE49819
Salary G7 £26,056 – £30,206 per annum
Walsall Council’s Corporate Plan 2018- 2021 recognises ‘Economic Growth’ as one of its core priorities. Indeed, a successful local economy matters across all outcomes for the Council and its partners. Together with this commitment, we have the drive and ambition to make the most of all local, regional and national opportunities and ensure delivery. One of the important work streams in achieving our Borough’s economic success is our Local Planning Authority functions, including the preparation and adoption of our Local Plan and our approach to achieving successful planning decisions.
Street Works Technician
Fixed term contract 2 years
Malvern Hills and Wychavon District Councils are proactive successful local planning authorities that have joined their Planning Services into a shared service. The posts are hosted by Malvern Hills District Council but will work and be based in Wychavon District with occasional need to work cross border.
The Council offices, which offer free car parking, are situated within the Georgian Town of Pershore, close to accessible, attractive countryside within South Worcestershire including the villages of Broadway, Bredon and the Lenches. We are currently looking for two Senior Planning Officers or one full time Officer to join our team of professionals and support the Development Manager/Area Planning Officer in dealing with a broad range of planning applications within our district.
Malvern Hills District Council is a forward-thinking, proactive and successful Local Planning Authority situated in accessible, exceptionally attractive countryside within South Worcestershire. We are seeking enthusiastic and committed planning officers who would thrive on the challenge of managing a substantial and varied caseload of planning applications and appeals and contribute to the work of our effective and well respected team.
Housing Assets and Property Team Manager
Competitive salary package – up to £53k
Located at the heart of the National Forest, North West Leicestershire is proud of its reputation as a well-run and financially secure authority, with a positive culture and strong partnerships. The council is looking forwards with a 5 year capital investment programme to deliver over £10m of work to improve its housing stock, as well as an ambitious plan to build at least 100 new council homes over the next 3 years. Additionally, the council’s asset management plan will see the council make investments in its current portfolio as well as explore options for the acquisition of new assets to further support the council along its path of financial stability.
We have an exciting opportunity available for an administrator to be part of our North London Waste Authority (NWLA) Strategy and Services team. In this role you will support all aspects of the main waste contract with our contractor London Energy Ltd. This will include query resolution, answering phone calls, updating data on spreadsheets, create reports and manage the payment of invoices in consultation with finance.
Legal Services Team Manager and Deputy Monitoring Officer
Band I, £43,662 – £47,502 + £3,266.44 pa for Deputy Monitoring Officer Duties
Plus flexitime, generous holiday entitlement and good pension scheme
The Lexcel accredited Legal Services Team is looking for a Team Manager who will also undertake the role of Deputy Monitoring Officer. You will be required to provide commercially aware legal advice to internal and external clients as well as advising on a range of governance issues. You will be required to provide managerial support to the Senior Solicitors, Practice Manager and Data Protection Officer as well as providing direction for other staff as appropriate. It is also essential for the successful candidate to develop the team as a business unit and maximise income generation opportunities.
We are seeking a committed professional who wants to work in a busy parks and open spaces management team and who is passionate about making a difference to the lives of the residents for Bexley.
You will be dealing with a wide range of issues when managing Bexley’s 106 parks and open spaces, 4 cemeteries and 35 allotments. This is a varied technical role that would suit someone that can handle an eclectic mix of topics such as; administrative support for the team, booking events, providing specialist information and guidance to the public about parks and open spaces , record keeping and appraising risk assessments.
Join Camden’s new estates management service
We are looking for talented people to join our new estates management service which launches in 2020. A local team to support residents and keep their homes clean and safe, this new service will play an important part in our communities and has been shaped by the people who call our council houses home.