Radical thinking for real solutions
FUTURE VISION

Radical thinking for real solutions

By Rob Miller | 17 July 2024

Rob Miller argues councils need to remember their innovative past and sets out his five crucial steps for empowering local authorities to seize the challenges ahead

DIGITAL

Is that Gen Alpha sliding into your DMs?

By Michelle O'Neill | 26 June 2024

Michelle O’Neill offers a vision of the future as the next generation prepares to enter the workf...

WHITEHALL

Helping folk stay afloat

By Chris Naylor | 25 June 2024

Chris Naylor says his intuitively simple vision is for a neighbourhood-based preventative state –...

DIGITAL

Better experiences for better digital outcomes

By John Atkinson | 18 June 2024

By upskilling their workforce to bridge the emerging technologies gap, public sector leaders can ...

DIGITAL

The place of possibilities

By Sarah Norman | 11 June 2024

As the sector’s brightest and best gear up for The MJ Awards 2024, Sarah Norman reflects on Barns...

DIGITAL

Facilitating tech enabled lives

By Austin Macauley | 07 June 2024

A recent round table focused on shifting to an approach that puts digital at the centre of a tran...

POLICY AND POLITICS

Mission: Possible

By Andrew Greenway | 05 June 2024

Work is underway to develop a practical solution, in collaboration with local authorities, for de...

DIGITAL

A vision for tomorrow

By Wendy Popplewell | 28 May 2024

Wendy Popplewell shares insights as to how Microsoft 365’s AI tool, Copilot, is helping staff at ...

SOCIAL CARE

Unlocking the potential of technology-enabled care

By Robert Turnbull | 20 May 2024

Robert Turnbull and Alyson Scurfield look at how to build the investment case for technology-enab...

HUMAN RESOURCES

How we can build an AI foundation

30 April 2024

James Johns analyses the perceived lack of trust in AI technology and says it’s time to take the ...

FINANCE

Gauging the benefit of productivity plans

By Abdool Kara | 30 April 2024

At the least the new Government requirement for productivity plans will give a platform for autho...

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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