When vacancies arise which may be of interest to EBDOG members we will publish them here as well as email our subscriber group. Please note these notifications will be placed in good faith and EBDOG are not responsible for the content. Contact the companies for further details on any of the individual items.
Senior School Place Planning Officer – Staffordshire County Council – Closing Date 6 June 2022
£32,798 – £37,568 per annum SCC are looking for someone enthusiastic and committed to join their School Organisation Team. The team is responsible for the County Council’s statutory duty to ensure that we have sufficient school places for children in Staffordshire. You will need to maintain and develop good links and working relationships with colleagues and a wide range of stakeholders collaborating successfully and maintaining transparent working to ensure a co-ordinated delivery of our service. To find out more about the role click here.
Strategic Development Officer – Lincolnshire County Council – Closing date 12 June 2022
£36,371 – £40,578 LCC are looking for a strategic thinker with effective communication and data analysis skills to join their Corporate Property team. The role offers the opportunity to continue or complete an appropriate apprenticeship, which once complete, will enable the successful candidate to fulfil the entire requirements of the role (previous experience and/or qualifications will determine the level of apprenticeship that is on offer). For more information about the role click here.
School Planning Officer – Hertfordshire County Council (closed)
£41,591 – £47,665 This is a 12 Month Fixed Term – with potential to be made permanent and offers an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join the busy School Planning Team, in Children’s Services based in County Hall, Hertford although majority remote working. Hertfordshire are looking for a strategic thinker with excellent communication and negotiation skills and the ability to analyse complex datasets and formulate school planning proposals to meet identified need. Click here to find out more about the role