We are pleased to have been commissioned by Manchester City Council and North, Central and South Manchester CCGs to support them in the recruitment of their Strategic Director of Adult Social Care Reform (DASS). The role will be formally advertised during January, with a salary range of £121 to 139k. Although the timetable has yet
Each year with support from our clients, contacts and colleagues we donate to a chosen charity. In the past this has been to small charities which have less profile yet great need and whose work strikes a chord with us due to our own personal stories. In the past this has been Women’s Aid, Pancreatic
We are delighted to have supported Wakefield Council on the recent appointment of their Service Director – Education and Inclusion. Following on from similar appointments in Leeds and Bradford, these high profile roles are some of the most challenging to recruit to in local government with generally small candidate fields. Councils’ changing role in maintained
One of the cities to watch and one of the best cities to live and work in. A section 151 role supporting some of the key developments in Leeds with medium and long term financial planning. All information is now live.
We are excited about the new roles we will be recruiting in the near future. Keep checking in for more details under the “Roles” heading. Chief Officer – Financial Services at Leeds City Council Assistant Director – Education and Skills – Newcastle City Council
We are excited about the following new roles we will be recruiting in the near future. Keep checking for more details.
– Finance in York
– Education in Newcastle
***Campaign now live **** We will be launching searches for two roles at Wakefield Council during August and September –Service Director – Strategy and Innovation (Children’s commissioning, transformation, early help and youth services in August) and Service Director Education & Inclusion (the lead officer for Education in September). Both roles will be reporting to a
A Cheshire-based business has been acquired by an Irish provider of services to the water and waste process technologies sector. Apex Industries Ltd trades as Cap Technology and Adamelia, both of which are based on the Hampton Heath Industrial Estate. The former is involved in the supply and installation of industrial effluent treatment plants, while
Trafford Council – an authority who are always looking to innovate and harness the wealth and breadth of relationships across their Borough, have appointed a very broadly experienced HR Director who a background in social care, manufacturing, housing, logistics and retail.