Elections' Unsung Heroes
GENERAL ELECTION

Elections' Unsung Heroes

By Baroness Sharon Taylor OBE | 17 July 2024

Baroness Sharon Taylor celebrates the unheralded stalwarts who ensure polling day goes without a hitch.

ECONOMIC GROWTH

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, ...

GENERAL ELECTION

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

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...

ELECTIONS

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...

GENERAL ELECTION

General Election: 'Room for improvement', says commission

By William Eichler | 05 July 2024

Polling day ‘ran smoothly’ but there is ‘room to improve the experience for some’, according to t...

GENERAL ELECTION

Councillors celebrate General Election success

By Martin Ford | 05 July 2024

A string of high-profile figures from the local government sector are celebrating victory in the ...

GENERAL ELECTION

Leaders call on Labour to act on social care

By Lee Peart | 05 July 2024

Local government leaders have called on Labour to act to save social care following the party's t...

GENERAL ELECTION

DLUHC team wipeout in Labour landslide

By Heather Jameson | 05 July 2024

The Conservative Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) team has faced a ne...

LABOUR

Tirelessly toiling for us all

By Jonathan Carr-West | 04 July 2024

Elections couldn’t happen without the hard work of local government – yet it has been rarely ment...

WALES

Council consent not required for Welsh election reform pilots

By Martin Ford | 04 July 2024

The Welsh Government will be able to force councils to pilot election reforms if necessary under ...

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Team Manager - Social Work in Schools team

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Gloucester City Council

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Wirral Borough Council

frederica-diamanta

Team Manager - Social Work in Schools team

ME16 - £54,129 - £57,201 per annum + Plus Golden Hello

We are delighted to announce the continuation of the Social Workers in Schools project within Merton Children's Social Care! Apply for this job

London Borough of Merton

Head of Place

£79,852 - £88,047 (2023-24 scale).

An ambitious City – fancy a challenge? Apply for this job

Gloucester City Council

Highways Development Control Manager

£50,512 - £53,204 plus benefits.

A permanent opportunity has arisen within the Highways Development Control Team. Apply for this job

Wirral Borough Council