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Royal Borough of Greenwich logo

 

Role: Head of Regeneration

Salary: Competitive

Lead complex growth in the most exciting borough in London.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich is proud to be home to several internationally recognised landmarks, including the Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, London’s cable car, Greenwich Park and The O2 Arena. Whilst our vibrant and multi-cultural borough already has a lot to offer to our residents, we won’t stop there. We have an ambitious programme of regeneration planned over the next five years to bring new homes, jobs and investment to the borough to ensure every single person in Greenwich has the opportunity to thrive.

We now seek a Head of Regeneration to lead on the delivery of a complex programme of major schemes, including the £17.5m regeneration of Woolwich town centre, the delivery of a £300m development scheme in Woolwich Exchange and our flagship programme, the regeneration of Plumstead Power Station.

As Head of Regeneration, you’ll lead a growing team with a strong track record in setting out a bold vision, attracting funding and delivering complex urban change in iconic locations. You’ll also be part of a broader place-based team who share your commitment to ensuring the benefits of growth help those facing greatest need. This is a role that blends delivery and strategy, so you’ll need to be comfortable working in both modes.

We’re investing in the team and building capacity to deliver on our immediate (and funded) priorities, including a £100m+ investment programme. If you are an experienced regeneration specialist with a passion for delivering great outcomes for local people, then we want to hear from you.

Visit www.royalgreenwichregeneration.co.uk to find out more and to apply. For a confidential discussion, contact Helen Anderson (07534 602845) or Clare Connor (0161 408 0703) at Tile Hill.

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 15th July 2022


City of York Council logo

 

Role: Head of Regeneration and Economy

Salary: £59,593 to £68,094 (subject to a 2022/23 pay award settlement) plus relocation support

As a key member of the Council’s leadership team, the role will have responsibility for:

  • Leading the development of economic and spatial regeneration strategies for the city with responsibility for all CYC regeneration activity
  • Developing and shaping the wider corporate agenda and supporting and deputising for the Director of Housing, Economy and Place in city wide emergency responses
  • Developing comprehensive masterplans for targeted regeneration of underperforming parts of the city
  • Leading the development and implementation of York’s economic strategy
  • Co-ordinating the Council’s economic response to key events such as Covid and flooding, ensuring that the needs and interests of businesses are reflected in the city’s response
  • Meeting the objectives set out in the Council plan and city 10 year strategy to develop well paid jobs in an inclusive and sustainable economy
  • Managing collaborative relationships with external stakeholders and internal officers
  • Promoting inward investment in the city, attracting new employers and helping existing businesses to grow
  • Developing and managing service and financial plans - responsible for budget management across Regeneration and Economy
  • Engaging with national and regional funding bodies to secure appropriate external funding for regeneration projects and economic development initiatives
  • Representing the council in the media, this will include television, radio and print interviews

For more information, to see a full job description and to apply please click here.

For an informal confidential discussion, please contact either Penny Keatings on 07811 411462 ([email protected]) or Leanne Auton on 07815 028548 ([email protected]).

Closing date: Sunday 24th July 2022, midnight

Assessment day: 5th August 2022


 

Role: Group Manager Emergency Planning & Registration

Salary: £54,926 - £60,932 per annum

Nottinghamshire is a great place to live and work. The County Council is stable, high performing and has a clear vision for a Healthy, Green and Prosperous County.

As we emerge from the pandemic, we’re looking for the right leader to further develop our Emergency Planning and Registration group of services, which have been key in ensuring an effective local response to the many challenges of the last 2 years.

You’ll be an experienced senior manager and leader with a strong track record in emergency planning in a complex public sector landscape.

You’ll be determined to strengthen further our approach, and you’ll be adept at tackling challenges along the way. You’ll be a visible leader, comfortable with a high corporate profile and with working directly with senior leaders across the Council and its partners. You’ll also have the leadership and commercial skills needed to lead and shape our large registration service, one of our key public facing services. Naturally, you’ll also be able to inspire, energise and motivate those around you. This is a hugely important role for the Council.

For an informal discussion, contact Derek Higton, Service Director for Place and Communities on 0115 977 3498. 

For more information, including a full job description and how to apply please click here.

Closing date: 2nd August 2022

Interviews: w/c 22nd August 2022


Role: Group Manager Planning

Salary: £63,887 - £71,781 per annum

Nottinghamshire is a place of legend, famous for its history and unique heritage.  It is a place of ambition, where people are industrious, pioneering, and creative.  It is a place where business thrives, creating opportunities and prosperity. Our current Head of Planning is retiring this Summer and so we’re inviting you to apply to follow in their footsteps. Through your inclusive leadership and talent management, we want you to be your own legend and help make Nottinghamshire an even greater place.

Our vision for Nottinghamshire is ‘A healthy, prosperous and greener future for everyone.’ Our focus for the next 10 years will be on: -

  • Improving health and wellbeing in all our communities.
  • Growing our economy and improving living standards.
  • Reducing the County’s impact on the environment
  • Helping everyone access the best of Nottinghamshire.

We are seeking an outstanding and forward thinking individual to lead the Planning Service. Reporting to the Service Director Investment and Growth, you will be part of the Place Department Leadership Team. The role is wide ranging, you will be responsible for the Council’s planning functions, you will work with developers to ensure that developer contributions for Council services are maximised, and you will deliver the council’s conservation service, including the delivery of the Miner to Major Heritage Lottery Fund Landscape partnership scheme.

We are passionate about diversity and providing equal opportunity and can offer elements of agile and flexible working. Join us and you will be part of an organisation that values your contribution and empowers you to make a difference for our people and place.

For more information about this role, please contact Matthew Neal, Service Director of Investment & Growth on 0115 977 3822 or [email protected]

For a full job description and to apply please click here.

Closing date: 2nd August 2022


Role: Various

The East Midlands has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to supercharge its economy and create tens of thousands of new jobs via three landmark developments of national significance. The developments cover the size of three Olympic Parks with transformational opportunities around three main growth clusters:

• Toton & Chetwynd East Midlands Hub
• East Midlands Airport Area
• Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station Area

Government has highlighted the pioneering approach of the new EM Devco as a model for accelerating development, realising large-scale potential, and achieving locally led high quality growth. With Nottinghamshire being the employing body on behalf of the five local authority owners, EM Devco brings together the ambition of partners from business, universities, and government.

For various opportunities across the East Midlands please click here.

 


 

 

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