Job vacancies

We are currently recruiting for the following roles:

It’s an exciting time to join the team at Tandridge District Council. We are part way through an ambitious transformation project, changing the way we work and using the best technology to deliver services in a way our customers find easy to use and convenient.

We have broken out of the traditional silos and roles, empowering staff to work more flexibly in the delivery of our key priorities. We have introduced a set of attitudes and approaches which now underpin the way we work to ensure we get the best results.

Wellbeing Advisor

We are recruiting a Wellbeing Advisor to help deliver our exciting Wellbeing Prescription service which works to promote lifestyle change and prevent ill-health.

As a Wellbeing Advisor you will work 1-2-1 with clients in GP surgeries or/and with clients in their own homes. Using behaviour change techniques you help to identify their health and social needs, encourage change and signpost them to services that can help them lead a healthier lifestyle.

Clients may be referred to you for a variety of reasons including loneliness, anxiety, obesity and inactive lifestyle. Using appropriate techniques, you will support the client to change their behaviour and improve their wellbeing.

The post is initially funded until March 2021, with the possibility of continuation subject to funding. The role will also be considered on a part-time basis. Interviews are scheduled to take place on the 24 September.

Apply online by uploading a CV and application form.

Apprentice Customer Services Advisors

Are you an enthusiastic team player, with a flexible approach? Do you have excellent customer services skills and thrive on a challenge?

We are looking for two Customer Services Apprentices on a 12 month fixed term contract, with great communication skills and a positive can do attitude, to join our team.

Our Customer Services team is the first point of contact for residents and also provides administration support to other council teams.

In addition to studying towards a nationally recognised qualification in Customer Services (NVQ Level 2), the position will also provide valuable work experience and the opportunity to learn and use a variety of software and IT systems.

The role will involve daily contact with residents and internal/external customers (face to face on reception, by e-mail and telephone) providing advice and guidance on a variety of service area enquiries.

The application closing date is 2 September 2018.

Apply online by uploading a CV and application form.

Strategy Specialist

We are looking for someone to work in our Strategy and Commissioning team for 18 months. Strategy and Commissioning sets direction, within the context of the Council’s vision and political steer, to achieve the Council’s ambitions and enhance its reputation. This service area ensures this is translated into the efficient and effective delivery of evidence-based strategy, planned services, actions and projects.

We are currently preparing our Local Plan, which will set the direction for development up to 2033, including provision of a new Garden Community. Your role will form a key part of the team to deliver the Local Plan, prepare documentation ready to submit the Plan to the Secretary of State and involved in the Examination in Public.

This 18 month fixed term appointment is at grade M4 and therefore applicants must demonstrate that they meet the criteria of the role at M4 level as described in the Role Specification.

In return we guarantee you an interesting job within a challenging, collaborative and friendly environment and lots of opportunity to get stuck in.

The application closing date is 15 August at 23:55pm and interviews are scheduled to take place on the 23rd August.

Apply online by uploading a CV and supporting statement.

Project Manager

We are looking for someone to join us on a 6 month fixed term contract to lead on the delivery of a number of high profile regeneration programmes and projects to an agreed direction, timescale and budget.

The application closing date is 15 August and interviews are scheduled to take place on the 22 August.

Apply online by uploading a CV and supporting statement.

Policy, Projects & Performance Specialist

We are looking for someone to join us on a two year fixed term contract to manage and support key policy initiatives, including but not limited to economic development, regeneration, health and wellbeing and community safety.

In return we guarantee you an interesting job within a challenging, collaborative and friendly environment and lots of opportunity to get stuck in.

The application closing date is 27 August and interviews are scheduled to take place on the 6 September.

Apply online by uploading a CV and supporting statement.

Community Infrastructure Levy officer

We have a fixed term contract opportunity for an experienced Community Infrastructure Levy officer.

The successful candidate will be required to  manage systems for the administration, recording, collection, monitoring, and reporting of community infrastructure levy revenue and section 106 financial and non-financial obligations, to manage the spending/transfer of community infrastructure revenue and section 106 developer contributions and to take action against non-payment and/or compliance.

The contract will be for 3 months and is available for immediate start. This is a full time position, working 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday.  Part time hours may be considered for the right candidate. Based at the Council’s offices in Oxted, with the opportunity to work from home.

Due to the busy nature of the role, only candidates with experience in this field will be considered for this post.

Apply online by uploading a CV and supporting statement.