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28-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 11 February 2016

Fixed Term – until May 2016

Two job opportunities available 1 full time (37 hours) and 1 part time (18.5 hours)

Do you have an interest in Nottingham’s local heritage, with an ability and enthusiasm to learn more?

We are looking for people who can provide a high quality of customer service to all library users in the Local Studies library. As the first point of contact for adults and children using Local Studies, you will effectively help and guide them to use the Local Studies resources. You will ensure the collection is used in a safe and secure way, as well as be able to respond effectively to enquiries about the collection. You will also contribute to the maintenance and development of the Local Studies collection.


1. You will need to feel comfortable in a forward facing role, helping customers to effectively access the Local Studies collection.

2. You will help customers use a variety of equipment, from computers to photocopiers to more specialised Local Studies equipment

3. You will be happy working in an organised way, with a keen attention to detail, whether with paper based or digital material.

4. You will be willing and able to learn on the job

For informal enquiries please contact Lynda Naylor on Tel: 0115 8761136 or email:

28-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 09 February 2016

To investigate and respond to queries in relation to Penalty Charge and Fixed Penalty Notices either by telephone or in writing including preparing criminal prosecution files and case histories.  Present evidence in person at Traffic Penalty Tribunal hearings or give evidence in court as appropriate.

Liaise with relevant officers in respect of witness statements and verify accuracy of details of PCN/FPN's to enforce payment.  Carrying out cash receipting and banking of monies received.

To work as part of a team putting team preferences before own. Working in a confidential environment .To be able to learn about a subject in a short period of time from a position of zero knowledge.


1. Ability to communicate to a high standard both verbally and in writing dealing with contentious issues and  irate citizens
2.Good IT skills and the ability to quickly learn how to use specialist in house software
3. Ability to work on own personal initiative and with minimum supervision working accurately to meet deadlines
4. Strong self-motivation together with a flexible and committed approach to work

27-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 19 February 2016

There are 6 job opportunities available.

Working in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police to create a safe and clean environment across Nottingham City, a number of exciting opportunities have arisen in Nottingham City Council’s Community Protection department.

As a Community Protection Officer you will perform a unique and innovative role.

You will build strong links with your communities and deal with local issues at a local level; your neighbourhoods will know you and you’ll know them.

As a CPO, each day is different to the one before. This isn’t a desk job; you will spend 85% of your time out on the streets ensuring you're visible and proactively interacting with the community. You will work a shift pattern including weekends and evenings for which you will receive enhanced pay for.  You will conduct street patrols within designated areas of the City, aimed at tackling criminal activity, dealing with environmental crime and anti-social behaviour using delegated powers, acting as a capable guardian of the City.


• Appreciation of the legislation and skills necessary in using enforcement powers (issuing fixed penalty notices) including the ASB, Crime and Policing Act 2014

• Ability to deal with enforcement situations tactfully and diplomatically.

• Written communication skills in order to record actions.

• Ability to keep manual and computerised records.

The recruitment process will be in three parts -

1). Fitness test

2). Assessment centre (observation, written and role play)

3). Formal interview

For informal enquiries please contact Michael Butler on Tel:07825 905110 or email:   

It is a requirement of this advertised job that the successful candidate(s) pass a NPPV (Non-Police Personnel Vetting) check. To learn more about this please download the attached ‘Vetting Information Sheet’ and read carefully before you choose to apply for this vacancy.

27-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 17 February 2016

Nottingham City Council is looking to appoint a passionate, experienced and dynamic individual to lead the delivery of major sporting events in the city.

We are interested in hearing from individuals who can:

* Manage a diverse portfolio of high class sporting events

* Grow the Nottingham ‘offer’, building on Nottingham’s reputation as a national leader in sporting events

* Bring their creativity and energy to inspire and engage partners, communities and the city.

You could be part of England’s official Home of Sport! In 2015 Nottingham was voted the country’s Home of Sport through Visit England’s campaign, and it’s an accolade that is well deserved.

With a proud sporting heritage, Nottingham is currently the UK’s first City of Football, and has more sporting venues per head than any other city in Europe. The city offers a diverse range of sports including ice skating, archery, rugby, football, tennis, water-sports, ice hockey, cricket and croquet.

Nottingham plays host to many major international sporting events: the historic ground of TrentBridge was the site of our glorious Ashes win in 2015, and the Nottingham Tennis Centre hosts international tennis, with the WTA and ATP Aegon Open Nottingham tournaments in June. Last year, HarveyHaddenSportsVillage opened to the public with a brand new 50m pool, athletics track and new 1.5km closed road cycle track. The site also hosted the World Cerebral Palsy Games.

And in 2016, Nottingham is hosting the European Archery Championship - the final qualifying event for the Rio 2016 Olympics, a stage start of the Women’s Tour cycling race, and the Robin Hood Marathon.

Join our talented and ambitious team, and be part of Nottingham’s world-class sporting offer.

If you believe you have the qualities and experience to take on this exciting role we would like to hear from you.

To arrange an informal and confidential discussion, please call Nigel Hawkins on 0115 876 4969.

Closing date for applications: 17th February 2016

Assessment Centre: TBC

Interview: TBC

27-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 10 February 2016

Qualified Level 2 Occupational Therapist working within the Telecare team and alongside Homecare teams. Based at Aspect House in Bulwell, but includes travel during working hours.


• Diploma / Degree in Occupational Therapy and Health Professions Council Registration.

• Awareness of equipment and adaptations in relation to promoting independence.

• Ability to carry out more complex community care assessments of need and develop care packages.

• Person- Centred thinking approach to work practice.

For informal enquiries please contact Sophie Joyce on Tel: 0115 8765535 or email:  

15-01-2016 12:00 AM GMT
Closing date: 29 January 2016

To be responsible for administration of the misuse and abuse of Blue Badges and a variety of on street parking permits. To liaise extensively with authorised Officers and internal departments with misuse and abuse of badges and permits. Investigate and compile reports and case files for prosecutions. To support the Compliance and Fraud Officer at PACE interviews and give evidence at court to support Blue Badge prosecutions as and when required.


1.High standard of effective verbal and written communication
2. Be able to work on own initiative with minimum supervision in a highly confidential environment
3. Good working knowledge of IT software
4. Work accurately under pressure to meet deadlines


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