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Wirral Council is currently looking for an Advanced Practitioner to join their ambitious Child Protection team. Wirral Council are on an amazing path of improvement and positive change. They've recently brought in two new team managers who are recruiting positive and hardworking social workers to their team. They are also in the process of recruiting for a more senior position to initiate change from the top down. It's an exciting time to join Wirral Council's social services so don't miss out! The pay rate for this Advanced Practitioner role is negotiable but boasts one of the highest pay rates in the Merseyside area. They are willing to offer between £27 - £29 per hour LTD. The ideal candidate would have experience at a senior level, preferably Advanced Practitioner level. They would have extensive experience in Children Social Services and be a catalyst for change in the service. The hiring manager is looking for someone they believe would be able to initiate and implement positive change in the service with help of the hiring manager and service manager. The initial contract length is 3 months with a view to extend after a review. Requirements for this Advanced Practitioner role: * Minimum 2 years post qualification experience * HCPC Registered * Enhanced DBS on the update service * Social Work Qualification * Completed ASYE Please note: Unfortunately, due to the nature of the role, newly qualified social workers will not be considered at this stage. This is a truly rewarding opportunity for a locum social worker to progress in their career. Closing date is Wednesday 1st November so please apply now to be considered. If you're not looking for work but have a friend in mind who would be great candidate? Earn £250 from our referral scheme by alerting them to this position
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Senior Town Planner - DM Officer / Planning Consultant * N E W R O L E * Carrington West's dedicated Town and Country Planning Recruitment Team operate UK wide and we are delighted to be assisting our Local Authority client based in Surrey who is seeking and experienced planner to join them for an initial 6-month period. This requirement is for a candidate, who is available for a relatively quick start, with the ability to work for a period of up to 6 months or longer. My client is looking for a suitable candidate to have experience of dealing with a wide range of planning applications with several years Local Authority experience, so that they can hit the floor running. You will be working at a Senior Planning Officer level, dealing with more complex planning applications, prior approvals, Lawful Development Certificates, appeals and pre-application enquiries. A driving licence would be preferable for site visits but not essential. The location offers good transport links for a short journey from London or from other area of the south eat. Rate Up to and around £35 per hour is available Footnote: Please call Ben Hitchman team on (Apply online only) for a confidential discussion on this role. Feel free to email also - or We have many roles that aren't advertised. IND123
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This Surrey based Local Authority is on the lookout for Senior Planning Officers to add to their existing capacity. It makes it an opportunistic location for an experienced planner to utilise their current skillset in a well-performing Local Planning Authority. About the role You will be required to take on a ranged caseload of complex planning applications and development control issues (involving Conservation Areas, Listed Buildings Consent, Green Belt matters etc.) whilst undertaking negotiations with applicants/prospective developers and representatives of other Council departments. You may also be required to deputise for your relevant manager and take on duty for mentoring and assisting junior staff when required. About you The successful candidate will ideally be MRTPI accredited and must hold a degree relative to Town Planning. You should also have proven experience working on similar projects in the UK and knowledge to hit the ground running with little to no supervision. You will have excellent knowledge of Planning Legislation whilst exercising a desire to keep knowledge up-to-date and maintaining competency to adapt to changing legislation. Apply If you would like to be considered, please click apply or submit your CV to jamie.vear- If you would prefer to have a discreet chat about these roles in more detail or would like some free market advice, please feel free to call me (Jamie) on 02077669067. The team are always on the lookout for experienced Town Planners and thus more than happy to receive speculative applications
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Purchase Ledger £9.00 PAYE or £12.28 Umbrella Per Hour This is a full time role and experience in purchase ledger is essential. The main duties of this role will cover the registration of invoices into the Financial Management System. 1. To deliver the tasks as set out in the following rotas in a timely and accurate manner and resolve any issues arising as a result of the team's actions: a. To promptly register invoices onto the FMS, carrying out all necessary checks and following appropriate approval procedures. Including identifying invoices that fall under the HMRC Construction Industry Scheme, accurately updating and carrying out the relevant procedures for producing payments to suppliers which includes emailing/faxing remittance notices. b. To promptly ledger invoices on the FMS, carrying out all necessary checks and following appropriate approval procedures and to ensure smooth and efficient payment transactions. Including scheduling payment runs, sending remittance advice, carry out validation checks and resolving any issues when they arise. c. Provide prompt advice and guidance as appropriate to all staff across the organisation, including liaison with the Customer Service Centre (CSC) and external suppliers in relation to payments of invoices, knowledgably answering queries, and investigate and resolve any issues effectively. d. To undertake daily and/or monthly balancing reconciliation on FMS data as directed and provide support for the period and year end on the FMS. Including processing of daily cash, validation checks on feeder system files, monitoring and clearing suspense accounts and ensuring internal records are maintained on a regular basis. e. To promptly allocate and reconcile income received into the Council's bank accounts, including accurately preparing documentation for transferring into the Financial Management System. Including use of other Council systems to retrieve relevant data to ensure accurate allocation to customers accounts. f. To undertake routine administration duties such as filing, scanning of invoices, bar coding of invoices, post collection and distribution for the whole department. To provide support on other rotas, including any ad hoc duties, as directed by the Principal Finance Officer or Senior Finance Officer. 2. To ensure that relevant internal controls are adhered to and continue to be effective including sampling data and carrying out spot checks to ensure accuracy in reported data. 3. Have an awareness of overall Council policies, aims and management initiatives. 4. Be committed to the aims and objectives of Corporate Finance and to be aware of their responsibilities in achieving these aims. Effectively promote and support a team approach to achieve this. 5. To promote positive communication across the organisation, encourage constructive relationships, including with the Council's key partner agencies. 6. Be part of multi-disciplinary teams as required to deliver corporate projects, involving working with other managers from other services and partner organisations. 7. Undertake all the duties within the framework of Equal Opportunities
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Regeneration Officer A fantastic job opportunity has arisen for a Regeneration Officer to join one of our largest Local Authority clients in a temporary assignment for three months initially (with every possibility of an extension should the successful candidate perform well). Based in East London, this is a full time role (36 hours per week, Monday to Friday) and the client is keen to recruit a candidate with knowledge of/experience of: * Lead and manage partnerships to promote the economic, social and environmental regeneration through the effective development, co-ordination, funding and management of projects and programmes in line with European, national, regional and local priorities. * Lead and co-ordinate strategies and projects for the regeneration and develop recommendations for change which will have significant implications for the Council and local communities. * Be responsible for successfully developing and progressing area regeneration programmes providing advice directly to Councillors, community leaders and other key stakeholders. * Successfully manage, direct, and co-ordinate the work of the Area programme and direct its integration with the work of other Area teams of diverse professional and administrative staff maximising the effectiveness of a range of borough-wide and area-specific direct service delivery programmes to ensure the delivery of a range of economic, social and environmental opportunities for regenerating the borough. Experience * Experience of delivering projects from inception to completion including development, planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and review. * Experience of financial planning and management, including budgetary control processes. * Experience of managing and prioritising a varied workload with the minimum of supervision. * Experience of work in partnership with Councillors and senior management, with senior people from Private and Public Sector organisations, and with local communities to promote, attract, and support regeneration and investment in a local economy. * Knowledge of the main sources of external funding available in Havering, and of objectives, processes and accountability requirements involved in securing and delivering grant funded programmes. If this is the role for you, apply now! Badenoch & Clark is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Badenoch & Clark is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a registered Disability Symbol User
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An excellent opportunity has arisen with one my clients, a Local Authority based in the East London/Essex area, for an experienced Environmental Health/Private Sector Housing Enforcement Officer to assist their team for an initial 6 month period. About the role: The Council are seeking an experienced Environmental Health Officer specialising in Housing Standard. You will be required to liaise with both tenants and landlords in order to assess housing and living standards of properties in accordance with the Housing Act 2004. Your duties would include: * Make HHSRS inspections in accordance with the Housing Act 2004 * Licensing HMO properties in line with the legislation and council policies * Undertake enforcement action when necessary to ensure that the health & safety of the property is brought up to the housing standards that the council deems appropriate About you: Applicants MUST BE EHRB REGISTERED!!!! This is absolutely essential, do not apply if you are not
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Have you got experience of handling Subject Access Requests? Do have a wealth of knowledge regarding the Data Protection Act? Have you got previous Local Authority Experience? £15.70 PAYE or £21.27 Umbrella Per Hour The role involves handling subject access requests under the Data Protection Act. A detailed knowledge of subject access requirements and exemptions are essential. Recent experience handling complex SARs is required. Excellent MS Office skills are required as well as proficiency in PC based redaction software. Must be able to work to deadlines, pay close attention to detail and able to work in a proactive multi-tasking way. Must be able to work independently. Excellent telephone manner and customer care skills required. This role will not suit someone who does not have recent experience of handling complex SARs. very flexible hours
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Multiple Programme Office Supports are required by the Ministry of Defence for contracts until 31/03/18 based at Marlborough Lines, Andover. **The client has stated that these roles are "IN" the new off pay-role worker legislation - Maximum day rates: £418 Umbrella / £370 for PSC - Deemed PAYE ** P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 Year investment of c16Bn. Essential experience: * Demonstrable programme office support experience within a defence environment, * Ideally within the MOD. * Previous experience working across a change portfolio. * Strong communication skills. SC - Security clearance is essential
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A Programme Manager is required by the Ministry of Defence for a contract until 31/03/18 based at Marlborough Lines, Andover. **The client has stated that these roles are "IN" the new off pay-role worker legislation - Maximum day rates: £820 Umbrella / £727 for PSC - Deemed PAYE ** P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 Year investment of c16Bn. The MOD are looking for an experienced Programme Manager to work within the Army Change Portfolio. Essential experience: * Demonstrable programme management experience within a major defence organisation, ideally the MOD, leading complex change programmes. * Strong communication skills, excellent high-level reporting and the ability to influence at a senior level. * Project/Programme Management qualifications (PRINCE2, MSP, MoP, APMP, AGILE etc). SC - Security clearance is essential and must be held before the start of this role
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Job Title: Housing Officer Location: Cambridge Pay Rate: £18.48ph An opportunity has arisen for an experienced housing officer to join a team within Cambridge. There is the possibility of flexible hours for the right candidate. The candidate will be responsible for the operational delivery of comprehensive housing services to tenants, leaseholders and residents within a neighbourhood. The post manage tenancies, on a day-to-day basis, within a defined neighbourhood and provide an efficient and an effective housing management service in compliance with the organisations legal obligations and corporate policies. To enforce the organisations tenancy conditions particularly in respect of anti-social behaviour, and to initiate possession action in liaison with the legal department. Key Responsibilities: * Experience in Public Sector Housing demonstrating an ability to take personal responsibility for delivering an excellent service to meet internal and external customer needs by achieving measurable results and continuous improvement. * Experience of working in Tenancy Management or in similar enforcement or community development roles by achieving measurable results and continuous improvement. * Experience of first line management by demonstrating you can maximise the potential of individuals. Having an awareness of own impact on others. To apply please forward your CV across ASAP or call Charley on (Apply online only) for more information. --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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