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Join us in North Norfolk – big skies and big ambitions
Here at North Norfolk District Council we are looking to the future. Our Corporate Plan and Financial Strategy requires us to deliver better services for people across one of the UK’s most attractive places. At the heart of our ambitions is a drive to increase the commercialism of Council owned assets and the potential expansion of the property portfolio.
As an integral part of the Property Services team, reporting to the Asset & Property Programme Manager, you will be required to deliver small scale property related projects.
You will be customer facing, acting as the point of contact for all aspects of project delivery. With your experience of small scale building projects including planning, budgeting and reporting, on site management and snagging, you will ensure work is carried out to a good standard within Council policies, practices and budgets as well as ensuring all works comply with current building techniques and methodology, health and safety and construction design and management (CDM) regulations.
You will also be responsible for the day to day management of the Council’s play grounds and residential site, including safety checks and all service elements. Key to the role is the being a good communicator with the ability to problem-solve.
North Norfolk District Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community.
We offer employees a friendly working environment, flexible working hours, a career average pension scheme and take pride in achieving Investors in People Gold standard.
For and informal discussion, please contact Russell Tanner, Assets and Property Programme Manager, russell.tanner@ north-norfolk.gov.uk, (01263) 516210.
Please note that we do not accept CVs unless accompanied by a fully completed application form. Please send all completed application forms to HR@north-norfolk.gov.uk
Last updated: 30th May 2017