Job vacancies

We currently have the following job vacancies:

Lead Financial Specialist and Section 151 Officer

Development and Investment Surveyor, and Asset Manager

Payroll Assistant/HR Administrator

Closing on: Mon 02/10/2017 23:55 PM
Hours: 37 hours per week.
Salary: £19,832 - £27,444 per annum

We are looking for someone to join our Personnel and Training Team on a 1 Year fixed term contract.

The Council is undergoing a transformation project called Customer First which will change our operating model to put the customer at the centre of everything we do and make the council fit and able to thrive in the years ahead. In the next year/18 months the Council is looking at changing all aspects of how we do things so that we can drive out the required savings to continue to provide excellent services in an environment of declining resources. Naturally, the HR department is involved in this programme and is working on 2 workstreams, People and Change and Change and Transition.

This means that the HR Team need support so that the “business as usual” can continue whilst they are involved in the Programme. Therefore, as our Payroll Assistant/HR Administrator you will be responsible for the administration of the monthly payroll , ensuring that all data is correct, up to date and all necessary checks are carried out in conjunction with our outsourced Payroll Service provider. You will also be required to carry out a variety of administration tasks including processing Local Government Pension Scheme forms, Sickness Absence Certificates, invoicing, completing government returns and surveys and other general HR administration tasks.

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Senior Implementation Engineer

Closing on: Tue 08/10/2017 23:55 PM
Hours: 37 hours per week.
Salary: £44,424 - £49,909

We are looking for someone to join our IT Team on a 1 year fixed term contract to provide a high level of IT Support to the Council’s 310 customers including 42 elected Council members. As a member of the IT Support Team you will also be responsible for ensuring the technical environment is fit for purpose, robust, well maintained and secure.

You will be technically knowledgeable in Microsoft desktop and server products, Virtual and Citrix technologies. Your main focus will be the implementation of new IT solutions including, but not limited to, those identified in the Council’s ongoing IT Strategy along with assisting with the day to day support of the existing Council’s IT software and hardware solutions.

The Council is undergoing a transformation project called Customer First which will change our operating model to put the customer at the centre of everything we do and make the council fit and able to thrive in the years ahead. In the next year/18 months the Council is looking at changing all aspects of how we do things so that we can drive out the required savings to continue to provide excellent services in an environment of declining resources. Naturally, the IT department is involved in this programme and is working to provide the systems which support and enable the required changes.

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Planning Officer (Development Management)

Closing on: Sun 08/10/2017 23:55 PM
Hours: 22-37 hours per week.
Salary: £23,867 to £32,527

We are looking for someone to join us on a 1 year fixed term contract (this is negotiable) to deal with planning work across the disciplines of planning policy and development management within the planning department. Planning roles are dual function and whilst the norm would be that an officer would spend the majority of their time on one or other discipline there may be a need to work flexibly across both.

Work within planning policy would include, dependant on experience, a range of plan making activities and/or support functions. Work within development management would include preparation of reports for delegated decision or Committee presentation on all types of planning application, dealing with appeals as required, dealing with general correspondence including permitted development, undertaking negotiations as appropriate at pre-application and application stages, presenting applications to the Planning Committee if required, contributing to enforcement work if required, liaison with the Policy, Building Control or Enforcement or Environmental Health Officers as part of a co‑ordinated service and with other Council Officers as may be required.

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