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Job Vacancies at Hull City Council – 25 January

Want to make a difference in Hull? By joining our team, you will be making a tangible difference to the lives of people in Hull and working with people who are as passionate about our place and public services as you are.  Join our team of passionate people and work on local projects that matter. Check out the latest job vacancies at Hull City Council this week:

Executive Director Regeneration

Salary details: £132000

Closing date: 18 February 2024

Hull City Council is looking for a first-class leader with the right approach, experience and tenacity to help us build on the great work that’s already happening. This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference, supported by an amazing team who have real pride in our city and what we can achieve.

The successful candidate will be a key part of the council’s senior leadership team and Hull’s wider business community, and will have the ability to drive forward the vital economic development, regeneration and place-making agendas within Hull and our wider region.

Public Health Programme Lead Healthy Places

Salary details: £52050 – £55796

Closing date: 4 February 2024

This is a really exciting opportunity for an experienced Public Health Practitioner to be the public health programme lead for the Healthy Places Programme area in Hull.

This broad programme comprises of health improvement areas including tobacco, physical activity, obesity, food and the wider determinants at place including planning and sustainability. 

Highway Operative

Salary details: £22737 – £29777

Closing date: 2 February 2024

We are looking for candidates who are hardworking, reliable and have either experience within the highways sector or within a labouring capacity.

Job responsibilities will include undertaking various labouring duties including excavation works, laying and levelling of kerbs, slabs and bitumen macadam, drainage and gully installations.

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Financial Assessment and Visiting Officer

Salary details: £24702 – £26873

Closing date: 5 February 2024

This is an opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment dealing with all aspects of financial assistance to meet the needs of vulnerable customers across the city. The team is currently in the middle of introducing a new billing module, so it is an exciting time to join the team and make a difference, as processes are being re-worked to streamline the client journey.   

Duties will include completing financial assessments for non-residential and residential services; providing benefit advice to service users, maximise clients benefits, as well as negotiating payment arrangements for debts. 

Grounds Maintenance Chargehand

Salary details: £24702 – £26873

Closing date: 4 February 2024

The successful applicant will lead and manage a team of grounds maintenance staff to deliver effective grounds maintenance activities, including the City Centre, parks, open spaces and maintaining a flexible response to meet operational requirements.

They will be directly responsible for productivity delivered by a team of up to eight front line staff and managing performance on a day to day basis, ensuring effective delivery of an environmental grounds maintenance service. Decision making is an integral part of this role.

Senior Care Officer (2 Posts)

Salary details: £35745 – £38223

Closing date: 11 February 2024

Hull City Council has been on a journey of improvement and has become a leading provider of Children’s Homes. We are committed to developing nurturing, high quality homes where children can thrive and achieve their next steps.  

If you want to be part of Hull’s journey and make a real difference to children, now is great time to join, we have an opportunity for a Senior Care Officer to join our Childrens Homes team. 

Social Worker (2 Posts)

Salary details: £33945 – £36648

Closing date: 11 February 2024

We require experienced Social Workers to join our new Review and Support team so if you are passionate about making a positive and lasting difference for the people of Hull, we would like to hear from you.

The aim of the team is to provide support to those who need it most whilst enabling people to remain as independent as possible. The team will undertake annual statutory reviews, unplanned reviews and work in partnership with the allied Adult Social Work Teams covering the city of Hull.

Please note: Hull City Council reserves the right to amend advert dates which may include closing the advert early where required.

Discover our full list of job vacancies at Hull City Council by visiting the council’s official jobs website.


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