Mapley calls for innovative solutions to audit

By Heather Jameson | 12 July 2024

Nothing is off the table when it comes to fixing the audit system, the new chief executive of the...

Ombudsman takes councils to task over leaks

By Martin Ford | 11 July 2024

Twelve councils have been highlighted in a report detailing findings of severe maladministration.

Robbins gets Downing Street role

By Heather Jameson | 10 July 2024

Head of the Local Government Association Labour Group office Pete Robbins had been drafted in to ...

Solace presses for multi-year settlements

By Mark Conrad | 11 July 2024

Multi-year finance settlements are ‘far and away the biggest thing’ the new government could do t...

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Head of Schools HR Service

HOS2 £64,746 - £83,202

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Legal Services Manager & Deputy Monitoring Officer

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Service Lead – Performance and Insight

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frederica-diamanta

Head of Schools HR Service

HOS2 £64,746 - £83,202

Are you ready to lead and innovate in the world of education HR? Apply for this job

Enfield London Borough Council

Legal Services Manager & Deputy Monitoring Officer

£52,381 - £54,523 per annum (pay award pending)

Mansfield District Council is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lawyer. Apply for this job

Mansfield District Council

Service Lead – Performance and Insight

Grade 16, £70,072 per annum.

Premium jobWigan Council is an amazing place to get great things done. Apply for this job

Wigan Council

Managing the art of the possible

'Despite the urgent issues in local government that need addressing by the new government the reality is that reform will be about achieving what is possible in the short and medium terms, says Rob Whiteman'

08 July 2024
Making a resilient start

Making a resilient start

'Ann McGauran talks to ADEPT’s new president Ann Carruthers about the need for resilience and the increasing challenges for place services as funding continues to be curtailed'

By Ann McGauran | 21 May 2024
Liverpool's free school meals success story

Liverpool's free school meals success story

By Jose Bachoir | 09 July 2024

Jose Bachoir looks at a successful scheme in Liverpool for the swift delivery of funds for the fr...

Top tips for handling CQC

By Lucy Rush | 01 July 2024

Hertfordshire CC's adult social care services were recently rated Good by the Care Quality Commis...

Rising to the crisis management challenge

By Mark Fletcher-Brown | 02 July 2024

The way to survive crises within your council is to expect and plan for them, says Mark Fletcher-...

To govern is to choose

By Andrew Carter | 08 July 2024

The new Government has a choice to use its mandate to make the tough decisions to pursue growth, ...

Election reflection

By Ian Miller | 08 July 2024

Ian Miller offers his personal reflections on polling day and the count in Wyre Forest, and he ma...

Elections officials raise concerns over abuse

By Martin Ford | 05 July 2024

Concerns have been raised over ‘unacceptable behaviour’ faced by officials during the General Ele...

Badenoch accuses council of 'potentially' disenfranchising voters

By Martin Ford | 05 July 2024

Business secretary Kemi Badenoch has accused Uttlesford DC of ‘potentially' disenfranchising thou...