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Highways England annual report: Challenging innovation

18/07/2019

Highways England's annual report outlines the Government-owned company's steady progress over the last year though it has some significant challenges remaining across a range of areas as it heads into the last year of the Road Investment Strategy (RIS).

“Crumbing” up with a solution for cracked roads

18/07/2019

Dr Erik Denneman, Technical Manager, Middle East and Asia Pacific, Puma Bitumen, discusses the use of crumb rubber on roads and its benefits.

Comment: Making ghost markings disappear

16/07/2019

Highways England is investing almost £700,000 on research to improve road markings and tackle confusing ‘ghost’ markings. Corporate group leader Martin Bolt explains why

Highways England to carry out graphene trials

16/07/2019

Highways England has teamed up with the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) to 'explore the operational and road user benefit of incorporating graphene into assets such as road surfacing and road markings'.

Exclusive: Transport Scotland and 'plastic roads' firm MacRebur put 'agreements' on the table

16/07/2019

A meeting between MacRebur - 'the plastic roads company' - Transport Scotland and transport officers from SCOTS has established a set of 'agreements' around the use of recycled plastic waste material in roads, as well as its media presentation and testing.

Highways England launch £1.25bn procurement for Stonehenge scheme

16/07/2019

Highways England has started procurement for the controversial £1.25bn Stonehenge Tunnel.

Government to launch roads policing review

16/07/2019

The Government has announced a two-year, first-of-its-kind joint review into roads policing and traffic enforcement will be launched later this year.

'World first': Govt plans change in regs to put EV chargepoints in future homes

15/07/2019

The Government has announced plans to change its building regulations to ensure every new residential property with an associated car parking space has a electric vehicle chargepoint.

Lincs to trial new SAMI system

15/07/2019

Lincolnshire CC is trialling new modified road-building materials under a £200,000 project.

Significant legal finding on 'maintainable at public expense'

15/07/2019

A successful High Court appeal in a highways claim against Wigan Council has established an important point in case law - that if a highway authority built a highway, it counts as a 'highway maintainable at public expense' regardless of when or why it was built or designated a highway.

Limited visibility: How do we model for a net zero future?

12/07/2019

Tom van Vuren, a technical director for transport planning at Mott MacDonald, discusses climate change and transport modelling, and the need to rethink best practice

HTMA to release 'road space utilisation tool'

12/07/2019

The UK's top highway contractors association is set to launch a 'road space utilisation tool' to help develop the sector's understanding of the risk and reward around closing roads for lane working.

Analysis: The Govt must stay the course and not let this sector go backwards

11/07/2019

Highways Magazine editor Dominic Browne argues that despite current uncertainty the Government must make good on its promises to the highways sector to ensure the best results in the long-term for taxpayer and industry alike.

Local authorities 'at risk' of failing statutory road safety duties

11/07/2019

England's approach to local road safety has major structural weaknesses and is hamstrung by a chronic lack of funding meaning councils may soon be unable to fulfil their legal duties, a new report has found.

Surrey seeks market help with rethink of £615m highways services

09/07/2019

Surrey County Council is consulting the market in what appears to be a major rethink of the delivery of its highways maintenance, construction and design services before the procurement of some £615m of work.

Further falls in SRN safety rating forecast

09/07/2019

Highways England is set to fall even further behind on a key safety benchmark by the end of next year, with the risk of potentially fatal head-on collisions increasing.

RSTA chief: Plan ahead to prevent cracks on smart motorways

09/07/2019

A senior figure in the sector has called for more proactive asphalt protection planning in utilities works and smart motorway upgrades - warning that a lack of early investment could see cracks appear in motorways.

DfT allocates £37m to EV innovation winners

09/07/2019

The Department for Transport has allocated £37m to 12 projects designed to help transform electric chargepoint infrastructure.

Leeds lights the way with £22.5m LED conversion

09/07/2019

Leeds City Council has shaved nearly £3m off the expected cost of its programme to upgrade all the city’s street lights to LED.

Keyline and Rudridge announce integration

08/07/2019

Former competitors in the specialist civils products market, Keyline and Rudridge, have announced a commercial 'integration'.

Roads funding cuts 'equal to eight million pothole repairs'

08/07/2019

Council leaders have admitted the money they cut from road maintenance funding since 2010 could have paid for the repair of nearly eight million potholes.

Agile, flexible, road legal: Polybitumens rolls out mobile storage tank

08/07/2019

PolyBitumens has taken delivery of the UK’s first ‘Road Legal’ mobile storage tank for bitumen emulsions.

Highways England chooses NEC4 for £7bn smart motorway projects

05/07/2019

Highways England has announced it will use the NEC4 Alliance Contract to procure £7bn worth of smart motorways projects over the next decade and support its planned six-partner delivery alliance.

Like painting the Forth Bridge: Spencer awarded £18m Erskine job

04/07/2019

Bridge works specialist Spencer Group has been appointed to deliver what it called the most extensive maintenance painting of Scotland’s landmark Erskine Bridge for a generation.

Fix jams and surfaces to satisfy customers, Highways England told

04/07/2019

The transport watchdog has called on Highways England to focus its efforts to satisfy road users on speeding up journeys and improving road surface quality.

RSF calls for 'two clear actions' to cut road casualties

04/07/2019

A leading safety charity has called on ministers to set safety goals for the proposed major road network of local authority roads and for over £500m to be spent across Great Britain to improve high risk routes.

Kier contract extensions to provide halfway house to Asset Delivery

03/07/2019

Highways England has announced that its two extended regional contracts will be run by under a new model, described as a ‘link’ between Asset Support and Asset Delivery.

Amey pays £215m to end Birmingham PFI

03/07/2019

Amey has agreed to pay Birmingham City Council £215m to terminate its Highways PFI contract following a high profile court case.

Lincoln bypass passes halfway despite Carillion collapse

03/07/2019

Lincoln’s £120m new bypass has passed its halfway point, according to the county council.

MPs back O'Sullivan over Stonehenge funding delay

03/07/2019

The timetable and viability of Highways England’s plans for a tunnel for the A303 are at risk, according to an influential committee of MPs.

WSP scoops £1m Highways England support deal

02/07/2019

WSP has been appointed to Highways England’s Specialist, Professional and Technical Services (SPaTS) Framework Contract on ten existing highway-related projects.

Highways England giving no guarantees on safety benchmark pledge

02/07/2019

Highways England has suggested it is unlikely to meet a safety target to improve the majority of roads that fall below a key engineering benchmark but says it remains an ‘aspiration.

Sector backs funding recommendations for local roads

01/07/2019

Key bodies in the sector have backed the Commons Transport Committee’s call for the local road network to be given the type of five-year funding settlement that the strategic road network benefits from.

MPs call for five-year funding for local roads

01/07/2019

MPs have called for a front-loaded, five-year funding settlement to tackle the ‘extreme state of disrepair of the English local road network’.

Highways England unveils modified route for £400m A358 scheme

28/06/2019

Highways England has unveiled its preferred route for the delayed scheme to upgrade the A358 between the M5 and the A303, despite value for money concerns.

Driverless car consultation sparks debate

27/06/2019

The first stage of a major consultation into the legal ramifications of driverless cars looks set to raise more questions than it has answered.

Highland capital gets £90m roundabout upgrade

27/06/2019

Transport Scotland has published details of its preferred option for a £90m scheme to address a traffic bottleneck in Inverness.

Leeds begins Clean Air Zone infrastructure installation

27/06/2019

Leeds City Council has begun to install the camera infrastructure required to monitor and enforce the Clean Air Charging Zone, despite a likely delay to implementation.

Highways England announces electric roadworks vehicle trial

27/06/2019

Highways England has announced that two fully electric powered roadworks vehicles are to be trialled for the first time. One of the vehicles is being

FM Conway hits 80% recycled content in Westminster

27/06/2019

FM Conway has laid a surface course mix in Westminster containing 80% recycled materials - pushing the boundaries of the use of reclaimed asphalt (RA) within road surfaces.

TfL begins procurement on £1.4bn LoHAC 2

25/06/2019

Transport for London has launched a £1.42bn procurement for its second generation London Highways Alliance Contracts (LoHAC) covering highways maintenance and construction works.

CIHT names Tugwell new president

24/06/2019

The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has named Martin Tugwell as its new elected President for 2019/20.

Exclusive: Shell trialling bitumen testing App

24/06/2019

Shell has developed a rapid bitumen testing device that can be used for the prediction of multiple rheological test data including penetration, softening point, dynamic viscosity, from a small sample.

DfT lacks spark in electric revolution

21/06/2019

While the prime minister has made tackling climate change a key part of her legacy and parts of the UK have declared a climate emergency, Highways can reveal that the Department for Transport has failed to enact key aspects of the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act, which would force major fuel suppliers to provide electric vehicle charging.

Integrated delivery team delivers success

21/06/2019

Steve Helliwell, managing director of Balfour Beatty Living Places, discusses the Millbrook Roundabout scheme in Southampton and how the partnership between Southampton City Council and Balfour Beatty was key to the success and smooth delivery the project.

Legal: Being practical about practical completion

20/06/2019

Ava Zadkhorvash, Alastair Dale and Jonathan Hart of Pinsent Masons LLP take a look at a recent Court of Appeal decision and what this might mean for transport authorities and contractors.

Street works – getting it right

20/06/2019

Richard Hayes, chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers, discusses its new training in street works inspections.

Highways Awards: The view from the Judging Panel

20/06/2019

Nicola Bell, Highways England’s regional operations director for the South East and a judge at this year’s Highways Awards, tells Highways about the value of the awards and how the judging can get ‘a wee bit heated at times’.

Traffic management looks forward to new dawn

19/06/2019

New national guidance on traffic management is due to be released in the new few weeks, Highways understands, as this specialism undergoes a 'revolution'.

Temporary traffic management training designed to last

19/06/2019

Institute of Highway Engineers chief executive Richard Hayes discusses its new temporary traffic management training course and sector engagement programme, which have helped change the sector's understanding of this vital area.

Analysis: Citizen engagement at the heart of tomorrow’s services

19/06/2019

Amey business director (highways) David Ogden looks at citizen engagement and its role in the future of highways / public services.

Scotland road safety: Difficulties on journey of progress

19/06/2019

Latest figures suggest Scotland achieved mixed results in road safety last year, with another record breaking drop in overall casualties but an increase in the number of people killed on the roads.

More room in Paradise: Jobling Purser expands

19/06/2019

Road surface and adhesives experts Jobling Purser have expanded capacity at the firm's flagship manufacturing base Paradise Works on the banks of the river Tyne in Newcastle..

New councils face same roads challenges

18/06/2019

Chris Ames looks at the recent creating of two new unitary councils in Dorset and plans for something similar in crisis-hit Northamptonshire.

Atkins sets out on the path to be a digital pioneer

18/06/2019

Emma Greedy reports from the Atkins’ new London headquarters near Victoria Station, where the global consultancy’s new president, Philip Hoare, said it is looking to ‘jump off the kerb’ and make a difference with its technology.

Kier to retain highways business in restructure plan

17/06/2019

Kier Group is to cut around 1,200 jobs and make savings of £55m over the next two years amid a planned sell-off of many of its commercial interests, but its highways business looks safe from the axe.

Councils urged to adopt new hedgehog traffic sign

17/06/2019

Transport secretary Chris Grayling has unveiled a new traffic sign which warns road users of hazards due to animals on the road.

Hammersmith Bridge could take three years to repair

13/06/2019

The latest estimate is that Hammersmith Bridge could be closed to motor traffic for as long as three years.

A look back at 2018's Highways Awards winners

13/06/2019

With entry now open for the 2019 Highways Awards, we look back at last year's impressive roll call of winning projects and people.

Ringway wins £420m East of England maintenance deal

13/06/2019

Highways England has appointed Ringway as its contractor for the new Maintenance and Response contract for its East Region in a deal worth £420m.

Highways Awards: Seize the moment

13/06/2019

Highways editor Dominic Browne reflects on our annual awards ceremony and why the sector needs and deserves to celebrate its amazing work.

Big Interview: Rising to the Top

13/06/2019

Dominic Browne talks to Jonathan Pearson, president of the Institute of Highway Engineers and Chief Judge for this year's Highways Awards, about training, breaking down barriers and providing a personal touch to career development.

Highways Awards: Meet the judges

13/06/2019

Entries for this year's Highways Awards will once again be judged by our distinguished panel of experts, who will use their knowledge and extensive experience to reward innovation, hard work and best practice across the sector.

European figures show danger of urban roads

13/06/2019

New data from the EU has revealed that road deaths on urban roads decreased at around half the rate of those on rural roads over the period 2010-2017 and pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists – the three most vulnerable user groups – represent 70% of those killed and seriously injured in urban areas.

Silvertown Tunnel in depth

13/06/2019

Now that the winners of Transport for London's (TfL) £1bn Silvertown Tunnel project - procured through a Design, Build, Finance and Maintain contract - have been announced, Highways speaks to TfL to find out more about this flagship scheme.

Conway self-delivers £6m Lewisham resurfacing job

12/06/2019

The London Borough of Lewisham has appointed infrastructure services company FM Conway to deliver a £6m contract for highways resurfacing services across the borough.

Former quarry transformed into Ripon City Wetlands

12/06/2019

A working aggregates quarry has been transformed into a new wetland haven for wildlife thanks to Aggregate Industries, which bought to rights in 2003, and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (YWT).

O'Sullivan 'confident' on Stonehenge cost but warns over funding impasse

11/06/2019

The most senior officials at the Department for Transport (DfT) and Highways England have warned the Treasury not to delay the mutli-billion Stonehenge tunnel funding decision.

Exclusive: Three bodies to merge to produce benchmarking giant

11/06/2019

Three key highways bodies with an extended influence running from the Welsh borders and Cheshire, to Cumbria in the North, to the outskirts of London in the South, are set to merge to provide one of the largest best practice and benchmarking bodies in the country.

M25 sinkholes repaired in time for rush hour

11/06/2019

Highways England and its partners Connect Plus Services reacted quickly to repair two sinkholes on the M25 on Monday night in time for morning rush hour.

Amey appoints former Colas boss to Highways team

10/06/2019

Amey has appointed former Colas boss Peter Bamfield to its Highways Executive team as a business director, taking over the management of Amey’s maintenance and management contract with Sheffield City Council.

Another Balfour man on the ground at Van Elle

10/06/2019

Independent ground engineering contractor Van Elle has appointed Malcolm O’Sullivan, formerly managing director of Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering, to head its largest division.

Small but perfectly driven - JCB launches new backhoe for highways

10/06/2019

When JCB launched a new ‘one machine solution’ for roads and highways maintenance, Highways was there to give it a test drive.

Lafarge tackles carbon from the ground up with new cement blend

06/06/2019

Lafarge Cement has launched what it says is a ‘high performance, low carbon, CEM II blend cement’.

Consultation starts for RIS 2's Black Cat scheme

06/06/2019

The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed that the delayed £1.4bn A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet scheme will now need to be funded from the second Road Investment Strategy (RIS 2).

IHE annual conference 2019 to bring the sector together

05/06/2019

The annual Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) conference takes place on 20 June this year in Glasgow on the theme of 'Getting it Right: Using Best Practice on UK Roads'.

New street works inspection training ready to launch

05/06/2019

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) is set to launch a new training scheme to support 'right first time' utility reinstatements.

When the rubber meets the road: Tarmac celebrates UK first

05/06/2019

A new asphalt that uses recycled waste tyres has been launched by Tarmac.

Fast-tracked measures for M4, after relief road rejected

05/06/2019

The Welsh Government has promised fast-tracked measures to alleviate congestion on the M4 at Newport, while a special commission will consider longer-term solutions.

Highways 'Green' England: Bio-tech, bug hotels, butterfly scrapes and bee banks

04/06/2019

An innovative bio-technology system is being trialled by Highways England to improve water quality around a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in Devon.

Groundworks cartel fine could run to millions

04/06/2019

The parent company of Groundforce, which supplies groundworks products to the construction industry, has set aside £4.5m to pay a possible fine for taking part in a cartel.

UN unhappy as Govt saves £540m on Stonehenge tunnel

04/06/2019

The UN is set to urge ministers to reconsider plans for a tunnel at Stonehenge, including extending the tunnel so its western portal is outside the World Heritage Site – a move the UK has rejected on cost grounds.

Contractor Kier announces profits warning

04/06/2019

Shares in outsourcing specialist Kier have been sent tumbling following a profits warning announcement yesterday.

M4 relief road plans dropped

04/06/2019

First Minister Mark Drakeford has abandoned plans for an M4 relief road on cost and environmental grounds, stating there is 'no prospect of the project being implemented in the foreseeable future'.

London roads backlog hits £1bn

04/06/2019

The road maintenance backlog in London has hit more than £1bn for the first time, as the capital’s boroughs concede they are presiding over a state of managed decline.

Matheson takes centenarian for a spin as £31m bypass opens

03/06/2019

A £31m bypass in South West Scotland has opened to traffic.

London council leader calls funding situation 'ridiculous'

31/05/2019

A senior London local politician has said the capital's councils are 'struggling' in their campaign for a share of ringfenced VED cash from 2020 and complained of the 'ridiculous' situation where Tube passengers were subsidising the road network.

WJ takes the lead on leadership

31/05/2019

One of the UK's leading road marking companies, the WJ Group, has launched a companywide 'leadership training' initiative for its workforce.

Workshop series keeps councils at the cutting edge

31/05/2019

A series of free CPD accredited workshops supported by the DfT start next week, bringing together the science and technology of data analysis and highways surface treatments with effective funding models to help councils get more life out of their roads. 

Scotland's 20mph roll-out suffers blow

31/05/2019

A national roll-out of 20mph speed limits in Scotland has suffered a blow after a key committee refused to recommend the bill.

ADEPT’s £22.9m Live Labs programme launched

30/05/2019

Eight local authority-led projects to develop and test prototypes and applications in highways across smart materials, communications, energy and mobility have been launched.

Highways England acting 'unlawfully' over air pollution

30/05/2019

Highways England has spent just a fraction of its £100m fund to tackle illegal levels of air pollution on its roads, and has less than a year to go to spend nearly £70m of an initial £75m.

Roadworks? What roadworks?

30/05/2019

Working to an agile and rapid delivery model, a team of clients, contractors and a service provider have developed a way of taking the stress out of local roadworks for drivers and workers alike.

Consortium to build £1bn Silvertown Tunnel under private finance deal

30/05/2019

Transport for London has named the Riverlinx consortium as the preferred bidder to build a new tunnel under the Thames in East London.

Legal: The best option on aggregate

30/05/2019

Steven Porter, Alastair Dale and Jon Hart at award winning infrastructure law firm Pinsent Masons LLP highlight the recent review launched by the UK Government on the Aggregates Levy .

Highways England asks TRL to accelerate autonomous worksite tech

30/05/2019

Highways England has commissioned research company TRL to carry out an innovation project exploring the use of connected and autonomous plant (CAP) on construction and maintenance schemes.

Goodwin asks 10 questions towards new social contract for Transport

30/05/2019

Professor Phil Goodwin has set out ideas for tackling ‘a failure of the democratic process to achieve what is best in the long term for society, the economy or the environment’ as part of his work with the Labour Party's transport team.

Campion catapulted into TRL chief executive role

30/05/2019

Paul Campion will succeed Rob Wallis as chief executive of transport research company TRL from 1 July.

The Hammersmith Conundrum

29/05/2019

With Hammersmith Bridge closed to motor vehicles, Dominic Browne takes the opportunity to look at the concept of disappearing traffic and whether there is a case for keeping the great crossing closed permanently to motor vehicles.

Toppesfield's defect reporting up 90% with paperless push

29/05/2019

Toppesfield, thought to be the UK’s largest independent surfacing contractor, is the latest to push for paperless working on site.

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Service Manager – Network Management

Somerset County Council
£46,122 per annum
A number of exciting permanent opportunities have arisen to drive forward further improvements to our traffic related services. Somerset
Recuriter: Somerset County Council

Principal Traffic Control Engineer

Somerset County Council
£33,799 to £37,849 per annum
A number of exciting permanent opportunities have arisen to drive forward further improvements to our traffic related services. Somerset
Recuriter: Somerset County Council

Assistant Engineer

Bedford Borough Council
£31,371 - £32,878 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure. Bedford, Bedfordshire
Recuriter: Bedford Borough Council

Senior Clerk of Works

Bedford Borough Council
£27,905 - £30,507 + market rate supplement £2,630 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure. Bedford, Bedfordshire
Recuriter: Bedford Borough Council

Senior Technician

Bedford Borough Council
£27,905 - £30,507 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure. Bedford, Bedfordshire
Recuriter: Bedford Borough Council

Engineering Technician

Bedford Borough Council
£24,313 - £26,999 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure. Bedford, Bedfordshire
Recuriter: Bedford Borough Council

Engineer – Multiple disciplines

Bedford Borough Council
£33,799 - £36,876 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure.  Bedford, Bedfordshire
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Trainee Engineering Technician

Bedford Borough Council
£21,589 - £23,836 per annum
Bedford is growing at a fast pace and we are investing heavily in our highways infrastructure. Bedford, Bedfordshire
Recuriter: Bedford Borough Council

Senior Asset Engineer

Isle of Man Government
£47,064 - £54,805
The Isle of Man is a special place to live and work! Isle of Man (GB) (IM)
Recuriter: Isle of Man Government

Commercial Services Officer - Funerals

Brent Council
£33,291 - £35,724 p.a. inc. plus Standby Allowance
The post will be involved in all aspects of the funeral service Brent, London (Greater)
Recuriter: Brent Council

Transportation Planning Officer x2

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Band F, SCP 26-31 (£29,636 – £33,799 per annum) (£15.36 - £17.52 per hour)
The post holders will be part of a team developing transport policy encompassing all modes of travel Sandwell, West Midlands
Recuriter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Highway Asset Engineer

Lambeth Council
£38,403 pa rising in annual increments to £41,466 pa incl LW
Lambeth is a vibrant place with a diverse population and an exciting cultural scene. Lambeth, London (Greater)
Recuriter: Lambeth Council

Senior Traffic Engineer

East Riding of Yorkshire Council
£32.029 - £34.788 career grade
We need an enthusiastic and experienced traffic engineer to manage our Traffic Team. East Riding of Yorkshire
Recuriter: East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Senior Community Infrastructure Levy Administration Officer

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth
£32,643 - £44,373
The successful candidate will play a key role in ensuring Richmond and Wandsworth Councils mitigate the... London (Greater)
Recuriter: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth

Engineer (Structures and Tunnel)

Medway Council
£31,385 - £37,053
Exciting opportunity has arisen to work within the highways department in Medway Council... Rochester, Kent
Recuriter: Medway Council

Principal Information and Monitoring Officer

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth
£40,183-£47,274 (Grade PO5)
Opportunity has arisen within the Spatial and Transport Planning service for a team leader with demonstrable practical experience of... London (Greater)
Recuriter: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth

Senior Community Infrastructure Levy Administration Officer

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth
£32,643-£44,373 (Linked Grade PO2- PO4)
There has never been a more challenging – or rewarding – time to work for Richmond and Wandsworth.  London (Greater)
Recuriter: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth

Senior Engineer – Highways Development Service (HDS)

North Yorkshire County Council
£38,813 - £42,683 pa
We are looking for someone to join the Development Management Team in a new post. Northallerton, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: North Yorkshire County Council

Senior Development Management Engineer – Section 38

Warwickshire County Council
£37,849 - £39,782
Due to the nature of the role the ability to travel effectively throughout Warwickshire is essential. Warwick, Warwickshire
Recuriter: Warwickshire County Council

Partnerships & Activities Manager

London Borough of Bexley
£31,353 - £36,876
Currently seeking an experienced manager to work in the Parks and Open Spaces Team of Bexley Council’s Communities Department. Bexley (City/Town), London (Greater)
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