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  • Business Improvement Advisor

    • Town Hall, Redditch, B98 8AH & Parkside, Bromsgrove, B61 8AD
    • £28,785 - £32,878
    • Bromsgrove and Redditch Councils

    Business Improvement AdvisorBromsgrove District CouncilGrade 7 Spinal Column 25 - 30£28,785 to 32,878 per annum, 37 hours per weekOur transformation t

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  • Project Manager

    • Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B1 1BB
    • £34,788 - £42, 683
    • Birmingham City Council

    Project Manager £34,788 - £42,683 Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB Fixed Term Contract until 31 August 2022    This is an opp

  • Energy Data Analyst

    • Warwick
    • £23,836 - £26,317 (Pro Rata for part time)
    • Warwickshire County Council

    An essential part of this role is to ensure that WCC have accurate and robust energy consumption, cost and carbon dioxide emissions data in order to d

  • Architecture Assistant - Ref: RT60819

    • Walsall Borough
    • £19,623 per annum (pay award pending)
    • Walsall Council

    Architecture Assistant – Ref: RT60819 £19,623 per annum (pay award pending) The post is a fixed term role (expected to be circa 12-months with possi

  • Principal Building Surveyor

    • 10 Woodcock Street Birmingham B7 4BL
    • £34,788 to £42,683
    • Birmingham City Council

    Property Services As the largest local authority in the country with the biggest property portfolio we utilise the Council’s property and land assets

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  • Project Manager

    • Shire Hall, Market Square, Warwick
    • £39,002 - £40,858
    • Warwickshire County Council

    Project Manager - Property Services   Warwickshire County Council are looking to recruit a Project Manager to work in the Design & Major Projects team

  • Senior Valuation Surveyor

    • One Friargate
    • £36,876 - £43,662 per annum
    • Coventry City Council

    Coventry is a city on the rise, this can be seen through all of the development and investment going into the city. This promise and development has b