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STRATEGY, BEHAVIOUR CHANGE AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
Ref No: SWPH033
A key senior management position has arisen within Somerset Waste Partnership to bring together and drive forward strategy, behaviour change and communications. This is a vital role working within a nationally recognised organisation to develop innovative ways of driving behaviour change, develop new partnerships, and innovative ways of working. SWP are hugely ambitious for the future, and we are looking for someone who wants the opportunity to develop and drive strategy forward, so that SWP remains at the cutting edge nationally and to make a huge difference to residents, businesses, communities and the environment in Somerset.
The successful candidate will be able to evidence how they work collaboratively and have used effective marketing, behavioural change, and community engagement to achieve tangible results. They will be as comfortable developing strategy as they will be developing a behaviour change campaign, and will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. They will be passionate about what SWP does and our ambitions for the future.
For further information or an informal discussion about the role, please call Mickey Green, Managing Director, on (01823) 625707.
Please see our latest Business Plan (https://bit.ly/2T1NFiy) for more information about SWP.
Please telephone 01823 625708 for application details or alternatively email email@example.com. Please quote the above reference number.
Closing Date: 29 March 2019
Interview Date: w/c 8 April 2019
MAJOR PROJECTS MANAGER – HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION
Location: County Hall, Northallerton
Salary: £48,000 to £55,840, subject to pay award agreement 2019
The Major Projects team forms part of North Yorkshire County Council’s Highways and Transportation service; its main focus is to manage the delivery of the council’s programme of major highway schemes. It is responsible for managing development, planning, statutory procedures, design, procurement and implementation of such schemes, as identified in the council’s capital programme. The impending retirement of our current Major Projects Manager means that we are now looking for an experienced individual to join our team.
As the Major Projects Manager, you will be responsible for managing and monitoring the delivery of major capital schemes and also for all aspects of budgetary control and reporting. You will provide leadership, direction, motivation and support to ensure delivery of the major schemes programme which includes an exciting opportunity to deliver the diversion of the A59 at Kex Gill between Harrogate and Skipton. This scheme will move this major road to the other side of the valley that it passes through to avoid the potential for landslips and improve the resilience of this key link. This high profile project is accompanied by a portfolio of other key projects that you will be responsible for. As part of the highways management team you will support the Assistant Director through contributing to the service plan and providing direction on the production, delivery, monitoring and review of the plan.
This role will be pivotal to the effective delivery of our Highways and Transportation service, and requires an experienced leader who can confidently drive service delivery to achieve maximum results. The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to communicate effectively, and will be able to influence, negotiate and challenge where necessary, in order to ensure an efficient and effective service.
Ideally we are looking for a Chartered Engineer but this role is also a great opportunity for someone looking for their next challenge within Highways with the potential to achieve Chartered Engineer status in the future.
Joining us at NYCC you can expect to receive various employee benefits, which include flexible working (including working from home), generous leave entitlement which will increase with duration of service, and also access to our bespoke ‘Everybody Benefits’ package which offers numerous high-street retail discounts.
If you are ready to take on this exciting challenge then we would welcome your application.
Please visit our Highways campaign site for more information on the role and how to apply: www.northyorks.gov.uk/highways-opportunities
Closing date: 24 March 2019
Interview date: 5 April 2019