The key to success
LEADERSHIP

The key to success

By Frazer Thouard | 11 July 2024

Frazer Thouard outlines the positive benefits of purpose-driven leadership in local government, and importantly, how to find it.

LEADERSHIP

Jurgen Klopp would have made a good council chief executive

By Blair Mcpherson | 09 July 2024

Jurgen Klopp was very successful at improving performance within a budget, and in another life wo...

WHITEHALL

A new beginning for local government

By Dominic Campbell | 03 July 2024

On General Election day, Dominic Campbell issues a rallying cry to senior leaders in local public...

COMMUNICATIONS

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-...

CARE QUALITY COMMISSION

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...

HOWARD BERNSTEIN

We did it Howard's way

By Greg Clark | 01 July 2024

With the sector still mourning the recent death of Sir Howard Bernstein, Greg Clark gives The MJ ...

RECRUITMENT

Project Z: Are you sending the right message?

By Chantelle Wooldridge | 26 June 2024

How can we attract and retain young people into the public sector? Chantelle Wooldridge outlines ...

HUMAN RESOURCES

A Faer Point

By Dawn Faulkner | 18 June 2024

Partner at Faerfield Dawn Faulkner offers advice on how to make a success of job interviews and l...

FINANCE

Knowing how to surf a big new wave

By Barry Quirk CBE | 18 June 2024

Council leadership needs to prepare for a new government by being radically honest about its capa...

LEADERSHIP

Moving away from 'deliverology'

By Elle Dodd | 18 June 2024

Elle Dodd says the need for more collaborative public services features in Labour’s missions, and...

RECRUITMENT

How Merton upped its recruitment game

By Polly Cziok | 11 June 2024

Polly Cziok explains how Merton LBC’s fresh approach to recruitment and attraction has led to the...

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

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