07 March 2011

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Head of New Build Property Management

Hackney London Borough Council
Salary, £61,515 - £63,630 (PO12)
You will lead a team, created to ensure the effective handover of newly built properties from our Regeneration team into our Housing Services team. Hackney, London (Greater)
Recuriter: Hackney London Borough Council

Housing Manager

Breckland District Council
£44,697-£50,879 per annum
An exciting opportunity has arisen in our Housing team Dereham, Norfolk
Recuriter: Breckland District Council

Inspector / Senior Inspector

City of Bradford MDC
£21,166 - £31,371 pa
This is an opportunity to join the Highway Maintenance team who have responsibility for maintenance of around 2,000km of adopted road network. Bradford, West Yorkshire
Recuriter: City of Bradford MDC

Traffic Management Operative/Foreman

Balfour Beatty
Competitive
Are you a Traffic Management Operative/Foreman with Highspeed (12AB) Qualifications, looking for a new and exciting opportunity? If so read on..... Leatherhead, Surrey
Recuriter: Balfour Beatty

Cleaning Assistant

Chelmsford City Council
Grade 2 - £17,367, pro rata for part time positions
It's exciting times at Riverside Leisure Centre with a brand-new centre opening in June 2019 and we need you to get on board and help us make this ... Chelmsford, Essex
Recuriter: Chelmsford City Council

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