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.

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 s...

HR

Get ready for a public service renaissance

By Pam Parkes | 17 July 2024

Pam Parkes sets out how local government HR can seize the opportunity to help shape the Governmen...

FINANCE

The new Government will need to be radical early

By Nicole Wood | 17 July 2024

'The good news is that local government has the expertise to enable financial sustainability, wor...

DEVOLUTION

A once-in-a-lifetime chance for devolution

By Heather Jameson | 17 July 2024

If new ministers can hand over their hard-won powers so early in the new Parliament, local govern...

PROCUREMENT

It's time to rewrite the social contract

By Tess Godley | 16 July 2024

There are tools to address the challenges facing public services without big spending commitments...

GENERAL ELECTION

Keeping the focus on delivery in a new political landscape

By By Sheila Oxtoby | 16 July 2024

Sheila Oxtoby says: 'The Government appears to be determined to hit the ground running and keen t...

COMMUNITIES

Brokering a new social contract

By Donna Hall CBE | 16 July 2024

Local government is uniquely positioned to play a huge role in the rebuilding of a new social con...

DEVOLUTION

Free to be

By Nick Plumb | 16 July 2024

Devolution needs to be pushed beyond the town hall to restore trust in government, and the commun...

FINANCE

A new opportunity to grasp old challenges

By Owen Mapley | 12 July 2024

Securing funding stability, public trust and greater collaboration are among the priorities for C...

DEVOLUTION

Re-setting and re-shaping our regions

By Laura Hughes | 10 July 2024

More devolution is one of the key legacies of the Conservative government, but how will a Labour ...

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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

Assistant Director of Streetscene, Community Safety and Enforcement

£63,391 - £70,094 per annum (pay award pending)

Our corporate vision is to be a dynamic, self sufficient and flexible Council that delivers excellent services Apply for this job

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Director of Culture, Leisure, and Tourism

£101,916 & benefits

Southend-on-Sea is a place like no other. Apply for this job

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