Warwick District Council
About Warwick District Council
Warwick District, is at the heart of Shakespeare’s England and comprises the towns of Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Kenilworth and Whitnash. The district boasts historic castles and buildings with regency architecture, vibrant town centres hosting a lively calendar of events, as well as beautiful parks and gardens. We enjoy links to the M40, M42, M1 and M6, national rail connection and Birmingham International airport. It is one of the most prosperous regions in the country with low unemployment rates.
Here at Warwick District Council, our vision is to make Warwick District a great place to live, work and visit and we recognise that our employees are the key to achieving that. Working arrangements in most jobs are flexible; flexi-time, full or part time and job sharing is usually available. You can expect generous holiday entitlements, a pension scheme and plenty of opportunities for training and personal development.
We believe in recruiting the best person for the job, using fair and open selection, based on knowledge and experience, skills and behaviour. We welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates.
9 jobs with Warwick District Council
To manage, direct and develop the work of the Committee Services Section.
You will assist in the delivery of the Arts Service's customer care strategy and deliver an accurate, efficient and courteous service.
You will play a key role in the Housing Strategy & Development team working on the operational delivery of new/exisiting housing priorities.
To be responsible for the development and management of an economic development strategy for the district.
To provide a comprehensive visiting service, inspecting domestic and non-domestic properties to ensure a) the correct liabilities are raised.
To manage and control all aspects of the council’s contracts for waste collection, street cleansing and grounds maintenance.
Want to be part of an exciting approach in tackling rough sleeping?
Leading on the research and development of new strategies, policies and procedures; be directly responsible for the provision of affordable housing.
You will be focused on all aspects of building control including checking plans, advising construction workers and the public on building regulations.