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01-07-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 22 July 2016

Fixed Term untilJanuary 2017

Working in an area team but available for deployment across localities, you will lead a team delivering effective play and youth provision in a variety of centre-based, outreach and detached settings, ensure co-ordination and joint delivery of positive activities with a range of voluntary and community organisations, and work with colleagues across Children and Families Service to ensure that children and young peoples personal, social and educational development is facilitated and supported. You will oversee the deployment of staff and use of premises to ensure that at all times delivery is planned, of a high quality, promotes the active engagement of children and young people, and meets the needs of Nottinghams diverse communities.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

An understanding of the importance of delivering good quality play and youth work which is planned, delivered and evaluated to a high standard to meet children and young peoples needs.4. Ensure effective arrangements for safeguarding children and young people in all aspects of provision, maintaining health and safety standards in all settings, including acting as off-site visits co-ordinator and risk assessment of activities.

Importance of knowing/understanding the core principles of Play and Youth Work.

Ability to engage and involve children and young people in decision making about zactivities, issues, initiatives and services.

Excellent practical understanding of equality and diversity issues and how they affect different sections of the community with a strong focus on children and young people

The commitment to working evenings and weekends.

For informal enquiries please contact Donna Sherratt on Tel: 0115 9159221 (donna.sherratt@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

This post is a regulated activity requiring a barred list check.

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities for this role to support Nottingham City Council to employ a more diverse and representative workforce.

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 31 August 2016

Working Pattern: 3 Shift Patterns, 1. 8am - 4pm, 10am - 6pm, 12pm - 8pm and one Saturday in 3.

Delivering a clear and friendly service to customers wishing to switch their energy supply. Outstanding customer service skills required and a good level of literacy and numeracy.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Advise on tariffs, products and services, suggest alternatives and/or improved solutions.

2. Takes ownership of customer enquiries and problems.

3. To liaise with other colleagues or partners to resolve customers issues.

4. Able to use Microsoft Word and Excel for composing simple spreadsheets and letters.

For informal enquiries please contact Anna Basile on Tel: 01158526517 or email: anna.basile@robinhoodenergy.co.uk

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 14 July 2016

Nottingham City Councils Major Projects Directorate has an opportunity in its commercial team for a Commercial and Governance Manager. The role will oversee contract management and service provider performance across a number of the Councils Private Finance Initiative (PFI) and PFI style contracts, including schools, street lighting and joint service centres (LIFT). The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate experience of managing this type of contract and dealing with and negotiating with senior stakeholders across a range of parties. The post holder will be required to have a strong understanding of risk allocation, performance management, commercial considerations and technical detail across a range of disciplines from facilities management to street lighting technical specifications to funding terms.

In addition to the above the successful candidate will also be responsible for managing the business functions of the Major Projects Directorate. This includes oversight of the Project Support Office and management of business development pipelines and the teams resource and charging models.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

The successful candidate will therefore need to possess a range of skills and experience from high level stakeholder management and negotiation to complex financial modelling and scenario planning. In addition they will need to be able to combine the ability to look at issues from an in depth short term perspective to extrapolating their impact across a 20 year time frame in line with contract lengths.

For informal enquiries please contact Richard Beckett on Tel: 0115 87 63406 (richard.beckett@nottinghamcity.gov,uk)

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities for this role to support Nottingham City Council to employ a more diverse and representative workforce.

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 14 July 2016

To provide safe and appropriate personal care and support to citizens in a way that that maintains their dignity, maximises independence and gives them choice and control over the way their care is provided. This includes writing and maintaining individual person centred care plans and the administration and provision of medication, as well as being prepared to work with Citizens with different and varying needs.

There are two positions available; one is based at Cherry Trees Resource Centre and one at Martin Jackaman Centre.

Cherry Trees Resource Centre in Bestwood Park provides residential care for vulnerable older people and specialises in care for people with Dementia. Citizens at Cherry Trees are encouraged to join in as much as possible with the activities that are organised by the Care Workers, such as crafts, bingo and quizzes. There is also an on-site allotment and sensory garden for residents to enjoy. The position will require some weekend work as part of a rota, and hours of work will be various between 7am and 10pm.

The Martin Jackaman Centre in Aspley provides specialist support for citizens with learning disabilities and other needs to help them lead healthy and active lives. Activities at the centre aim to promote the independence of citizens, and include cooking, swimming and dance. There is a training kitchen, hydrotherapy pool and sensory room at Martin Jackaman Centre. The centre is open on weekdays between 9am and 5pm, although the position may require work outside of these hours occasionally for e.g. trips or special events.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS

- Ability to encourage and support citizens to achieve and/or maintain maximum independence, and to maintain contact with friends, family and community.

- Experience and ability to support citizens who have behaviours and ways of expressing themselves that might be challenging.

- Ability to assess social care and health needs and develop, implement, maintain and update Person Centred Care Plans.

- Awareness of 2005 Mental Capacity Act, Deprivation of Liberty and Best Interest Decision making, as well as awareness of the Essential Standards of Quality and Care (CQC).

For informal enquiries, please contact Sophie Joyce on 0115 8765535 or email sophie.joyce@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

This post is subject to a DBS Enhanced check for a Regulated Activity

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities for this role to support Nottingham City Council to employ a more diverse and representative workforce.

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 14 July 2016

Are you a dynamic, strategic thinker with a keen interest in developing a sound knowledge of Nottingham City Council and securing the best outcomes for our customers?

Are you solution focussed?

Are you able to take on a diverse, challenging and changing role with key linkages to policy development and working with our senior Councillors and colleagues?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, we want to hear from you.

We are seeking an individual that has a keen interest in local government, policy development and sound leadership skills. The main purpose of the role is:

To strategically develop, lead and manage the Executive and Majority Group Support service, providing a first class support service to our Executive Councillors

To directly support the Leader of Nottingham City Council

To lead on prominent policy and project work, manage change programmes and lead projects as part of the Councils on-going transformation agenda.

The post holder will need to forge strong working relationships between the Executive and Majority Team and the Councils Corporate Leadership Team, including our Communications & Marketing and Policy teams. These relationship management skills are crucial to the success of the role as you will be working across these teams to ensure that key emerging risks are minimised quickly (financial, reputational, political and operational) by creating corrective action plans and addressing any impact on the reputation of the Council.

We are looking for someone that has a thorough knowledge and understanding of current policies, priorities and pressures relating to local, regional and national government. A thorough and in-depth understanding of the role of local authorities, the role of Councillors and the decision making process in local government is crucial to do this role. Understanding the sensitivities of working with Councillors and MPs in a political environment is equally important.

In return for what were looking for we offer an outstanding total reward package to applicants, which wins national awards year on year. We have generous leave schemes and apply flexible working where we can to support colleagues with caring responsibilities, personal arrangements or generally giving some time back when its needed. We have a range of Works Perks on offer and you are auto-enrolled into the Local Government Pension scheme when you start with us.

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black and Minority Ethnic communities for this role as we are currently underrepresented at this level.

This job advert will close on 13th July 2016.

Interviews for this role will take place week commencing 25th July 2016.

For an informal discussion about this role, please call Rachael Morris, HR Business Partner on 0115 876 3459.

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities for this role to support Nottingham City Council to employ a more diverse and representative workforce

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 14 July 2016

There are two job opportunities available.

The post holder is responsible for providing practical services to colleagues and visitors within agreed buildings, ensuring that they are effectively supported to enable them to deliver NCC objectives. The Facilities Assistant is the 'go to' person for any colleagues practical building related needs during their working day and is required to be proactive and responsive.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

First Aid at Work Certificate or willing to work towards this.

Ability to identify, and deliver, practical solutions to problems.

Customer service orientation with a desire for continuous improvement actively looks for ways to assist.

Demonstrates professional personal presentation.

For informal enquiries please contact Robert Moss on Tel: 01158765741 (robert.moss@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

IFM-Building Services cover various buildings within the portfolio, dependant on site we have various shift patterns to cover building core hours.

We particularly welcome applicants from the Black, Minority and Ethnic communities for this role to support Nottingham City Council to employ a more diverse and representative workforce.

Certain Nottingham City Council roles that are advertised carry a Residency Requirement, this means that in order for you to apply for this role you must live within the Nottingham City Council Administrative Boundary.

We have introduced the Residency Requirement because we are striving to achieve a representative workforce that reflects the community we serve. We also feel that by increasing the level of employment amongst those that live within the Nottingham City boundary will enable more local people to become more economically active.

If you are unsure as to whether you are eligible to apply for this role under this stipulation, you can use the following link to check your address.

http://info.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/insightmapping/

Please note that the Residency Requirement DOES NOT apply to disabled applicants or to young people connected to the Councils Leaving Care Team or Looked After Team.

30-06-2016 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 14 July 2016

There are two job opportunities available;

One permanent Full Time

One Fixed Term Full Time

Nottingham City Council is looking to appoint individual who can assist in all aspects of the City Council's licensing function. providing advice and guidance answering enquiries producing documents and correspondence maintenance of database records.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1) Working awareness of local authority licensing

2) Ability to plan and manage own workloads

3) Able to communicate effectively

4) To have worked in a team that has a customer focused objective

For informal enquiries please contact Angela Rawson on Tel: 0115 8761749 (angela.rawson@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

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


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