UK news Civil Service hiring in Peterborough and the pay is pretty impressive last minute news


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- Jobs are available across government departments, agencies and committees

UK news Civil Service hiring in Peterborough and the pay is pretty impressive last minute news


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- Jobs are available across government departments, agencies and committees

UK news Civil Service hiring in Peterborough and the pay is pretty impressive  last minute news
22 February 2021 - 13:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the economy and finding work in the current climate is proving a difficult task. In the three months to November 2020, the rate of unemployment in the UK was estimated at 5.0%, while redundancies were at record levels in the same period. As a result, those applying for jobs during the pandemic may feel like opportunities are few and far between. However, there are many roles currently available within the Civil Service in Peterborough, working for government agencies, departments and institutions. From senior roles within government departments, to leading teams or working within the UK’s environmental and climate efforts, there is a wide range of jobs available. Here are just some of the Civil Service roles on offer in Peterborough. You can see more local news stories from your area in the widget below: Work Coach at the Department of Work and Pensions This role at the DWP has the aim of helping people and their families work towards financial independence. Those in this job should help claimants of Universal Credit, Jobseekers Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance & Income Support to get the support they need. The job description reads: “The Work Coach role is wide-ranging and diverse. “You will be working with customers, employers and colleagues through a combination of digital, telephone and face to face contacts on a daily basis.” The responsibilities include: Providing support to Universal Credit, Jobseekers Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance & Income Support “customers”. Offering quality advice to customers about job search actions, supporting them to job search effectively in a largely digital world. Building positive relationships with customers that encourages, motivates and builds trust. Developing an in-depth knowledge of local employment opportunities, recognising the roles that our Partners and Employers have in helping our customers secure employment. Making timely decisions, based on customer needs, and referring them to appropriate help and support. Salary: £27,565 Vacancy expires: 11:55pm on Wednesday February 24 Read more about the job and apply by clicking here. Click below to sign up for free email updates from CambsLive CambridgeshireLive email updates: We bring the stories to you Signing up to the CambridgeshireLive newsletter means you'll receive our daily news email. It couldn't be simpler and it takes seconds - simply click here, enter your email address and follow the instructions. You can also enter your address at the top of this page in the box below the picture on most desktop and mobile platforms. Changed your mind? There's an 'unsubscribe' button at the bottom of every newsletter we send out. Marine Data Specialist at Joint Nature Conservation Committee The Joint Nature Conservation Committee is the public body that advises the UK Government and devolved administrations on UK-wide and international nature conservation. They are looking for a Marine Data Specialist to join the Marine Monitoring and Evidence team, based in Peterborough. According to the job listing: “You will work collaboratively with members of your own team, and other teams within JNCC to develop map products and deliver robust evidence and advice to support JNCC’s conservation work." Additionally, “you will work with international partners as well as colleagues in the country nature conservation bodies (Scottish Natural Heritage, Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Northern Ireland) and other public bodies (e.g. Cefas, Environment Agency)." The ideal candidate would be: “a data specialist, with experience of manipulating large spatial environmental datasets, and managing them appropriately using GIS and databases. “Experience working with marine data will be an advantage. You will have programming skills, with experience of applying these to automate spatial processing and data management tasks.” Salary: £27,946 Vacancy expires: 11:55 pm on Wednesday February 24 Read more about this role and apply by clicking here. Here's how to follow CambsLive on social media Follow Cambridgeshire Live to stay in the know Our daily newsletter - To get the latest headlines direct to your email inbox every day, put your email in the box at the top and hit subscribe. Follow Cambridgeshire Live on Facebook - Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments. Click here to like and follow. Follow us on Twitter - For breaking news and the latest stories. Click here to follow us on Twitter. Join our Facebook groups: Cambridgeshire Traffic and Travel Cambridge Food and Drink I love Cambridge Cambridgeshire in the 80s, 90s and beyond Driving Examiner - Zone C at Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency’s (DVSA) role is to ensure that everyone stays safe on Britain's roads. The description for this role reads: “This is a fantastic opportunity to join our team and make a real difference to road safety. “As a driving examiner you’ll be on the frontline of road safety in Great Britain “You’ll meet people from all backgrounds, while being an important part of a tight-knit, diverse team of professionals, all focussed on helping people start a lifetime of safe driving. “Using your people skills, and great customer service, to meet and greet candidates and instructors. “You’ll get to see the smiles and celebrations when you confirm a pass. But needing a clear, calm manner to explain your decisions and deliver the test result." The responsibilities and duties of the role are: “Working within your chosen cluster, you’ll be responsible for carrying out car driving tests. “During each test, you need to build rapport with the test candidate, be professional and tailor your approach to take into account any needs they may have. “You’ll control and assess the level of driving displayed by the candidate to ensure they reach the required standard and accurately complete document test reports. “When you’re not carrying out tests, you'll support the Local Driving Test Manager and your colleagues to maintain an effective working environment.” Salary: £26,126 Vacancy expires: 11:55pm on Monday March 1 Read more about this vacancy and apply by clicking here. We've launched a new Crimewatch Facebook group for Peterborough Join our new Peterborough Crimewatch Facebook group Want to keep up to date with all the latest crime news from across Peterborough? We have created a brand new Peterborough Crimewatch Facebook community group to help keep everyone safe on the streets. Feel free to join the group - and invite your family and friends to get involved too! Our team will be monitoring posts on a daily basis, so feel free to share any crime posts that you feel are appropriate to help keep everyone safe. You can join our new Facebook group here. Technical Delivery Officer (Local Authority) at HM Land Registry A non-ministerial department, HM Land Registry registers the ownership of land and property in England and Wales.

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. “You will be attending meetings with local authorities as well as local authority and customer events and conferences, to promote the Local Land Charges service and discuss integration options. “You will also provide technical advice, guidance and assistance during migration, working closely with Delivery Managers within the Local Land Charges Programme and incumbent suppliers.” The job holder will have the following skills and responsibilities: extensive knowledge of both local authority processes and IT systems experience working in a local authority or Local Land Charges environment. experience in organising your own and other’s activity with flexibility to meet conflicting priorities. Salary: £33,839 Vacancy expires: 11:55 pm on Monday February 22 Read more about this role and apply by clicking here. Enter your post code below to find job vacancies in your area Deputy Director Public Protection and Standards at the Home Office A senior role, The Deputy Director, Public Protection and Standards, will report to the HM Passport Chief Operating Officer and will be responsible for a range of important functions, all of which play key roles in enabling HMPO to operate effectively in order to meet its objectives and vision. The job listing reads: “The role requires working collaboratively with all HMPO areas to ensure public protection is at the heart of both HMPO’s operations and transformation and providing relevant input and challenge to HMPO’s Management Board and Senior Leadership Team.” The list of core responsibilities, includes: Lead significant organisational change, creating the culture, capability and capacity for delivery of current and future transformation. Ensure future design and delivery plans are fit for purpose. Customer service delivery and continuous improvement, including meeting of SLAs and appropriate KPIs. Professional development of our people. Actively leading and promoting diversity and inclusion in all our work together and deliver for those using our services. The essential criteria required for the role includes: Experience of leading performance and service delivery in a large scale complex, fast paced environment with challenging deadlines. You will demonstrate experience of promoting a culture of inclusion where you have actively championed diversity Proven experience of implementing large scale business transformation in an operational context, whilst maintaining performance. Astute business awareness, demonstrating excellent strategic thinking skills with the ability to translate strategies into practice shaping how your delivery supports achievement of the business goals. Sound judgements and decisions based on evidence across both strategic and operational landscapes, being comfortable working with and managing uncertainty and ambiguity when doing so. Experience of identifying, managing and mitigating risk at a strategic and corporate level as well as understanding wider business impact. Excellent stakeholder management and an ability to forge effective partnerships and influence effectively, including with senior corporate leaders, especially in environments where there are competing and sometimes conflicting priorities. Salary: £71,000 - £81,000 Vacancy expires: 11:55 pm on Friday February 26 Read more and apply for this role by clicking here. Read More Related Articles Road map out of lockdown UK: Reports say lockdown to end 'rapidly' after schools reopen with pubs open 'by April' Read More Related Articles Driving with your dog in your car could land you with a £200 fine and 9 points Design Manager at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) Defra is the UK government department responsible for safeguarding the natural environment, supporting the nation’s food and farming industry, and sustaining a thriving rural economy. The job description for this role reads: “The Design Manager will be involved in lower impact or non-business critical projects and will also be responsible for assuring designs produced by Project Managers are fit for purpose and align to DDTS service management models. “You will be assigned projects, supporting them and working with stakeholders to ensure IT services meet business needs through the end to end provision of service level agreements. “For example, you may be working on the availability of services and detail on how to support consumers of the services when the service is unavailable. You may be playing a pivotal role in supporting Defra’s business continuity processes. The required skills and experience are: Experience of operating in a complex multi-supplier Service Integration and Management environment Experience of working in multi-supplier environments and management of complex matrixes. A deep understanding of Service Management best practice backed up by industry qualifications (ITIL). •Excellent stakeholder management skills informed by political and business awareness. Excellent influencing, relationship and conflict resolution skills. Effective workload management skills with the ability to prioritise time and organise activities and resources. Making effective decisions by drawing pragmatic conclusions from all the relevant information available. Performing effectively to deadlines, maintaining focus in challenging situations and adapting to find solutions to problems that meet the needs of stakeholders. Salary: £35,895 - £40,613 Vacancy expires: 11:55 pm on Wednesday March 3 Read more about the job and apply by clicking here. Read More Related Articles Peterborough history: The violent Viking and Saxon invasions to have struck Peterborough Magnificent Grade II listed home complete with its own 'Great Hall' near Peterborough View gallery Information Rights Compliance Officer at HM Land Registry A non-ministerial department, HM Land Registry registers the ownership of land and property in England and Wales. The department’s listing for this job reads: “We are currently looking to recruit an individual with expert knowledge of data protection legislation to provide training, enable the provision of risk based advice and carry out compliance monitoring.” Additionally, the extensive job description says: “As an Information Rights Compliance Officer within the Information Rights Team, you will work with the Information Asset Owner network, supporting the Data Protection Officer in providing second line oversight to ensure data protection risks are being managed effectively, and to monitor compliance with data protection legislation and internal policies. “You will provide support for work undertaken to maintain HMLR’s Record of Processing Activities documentation and will develop and disseminate information rights training across HM Land Registry, upskilling key personnel in the first line of defence to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to manage data protection risks in line with HMLR’s Risk Management Framework.” The selection process will assess candidates against the following behaviours: Changing and Improving Communicating and Influencing Working Together Managing a Quality Service Salary: £33,839 Vacancy expires: 11:55 pm on Sunday February 21 You can read more about the job and apply by clicking here. Enter your post code below to find out about Covid vaccinations in your area Team Leader at Natural England According to the job listing, the purpose of this role is to provide leadership and support for various teams at Natural England - the government’s adviser for the natural environment in England. The public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, helps to protect and restore the natural world. This role would be to support several teams across the agency’s Chief Scientist Directorate including for the Natural Capital & Ecosystem Assessment (NCEA) project. The duties listed include: Lead a dispersed team of people and support them in their delivery and personal development. Ensure that staff work safely and healthily, including proactively supporting wellbeing and mental health. Lead and manage change in the team in line with, and contributing to, the development of Natural England, and in response to impacts from external factors such as Coronavirus. Inspire, motivate, and develop the staff through an appropriate mix of leadership, guidance, support, coaching, line and functional management. Manage staff performance and the quality of their delivery to ensure targets are met. Work with the other Team Leaders to enable effective use of Evidence Services resource as workloads fluctuate or priorities change, including the creation and delivery of the Team Plan. Provide a point of contact for staff to take forward new ideas, and hold regular team briefing sessions or meetings as appropriate to engage with staff about wider team and corporate news. Proactively deal with complex and contentious issues relating to people and delivery of project outcomes. The required skills listed in the job advert are as follows: Essential • Experience of or training in people-focussed leadership • Experience in leading delivery and leadership of colleagues (can be functional or direct line management) involved in that delivery Desirable • Experience of resource management and/or workforce planning • Experience in delivery or leadership for data management/GIS/analytical services or for evidence activities such as condition assessments, monitoring & evaluation or field surveys Salary: £32,438 Vacancy expires: 11:55pm on Sunday February 21 Read more about the job and apply by clicking here.

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