Posted: Tue 16th Feb 2021

Flintshire Council looking for applicants to take on £99k Streetscene and Transport Chief Officer role

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Feb 16th, 2021

Flintshire County Council has launched a search for a “team player” to take over the high profile reins of its Streetscene and Transportation portfolio.

The chief officer vacancy has arisen after current post holder, Steve Jones announced he is to step down.

The successful applicant will be accountable for a wide range of services, those which perhaps garner the greatest amount of ‘feedback’ from council tax payers in Flintshire, from dog fouling issues to potholes, fly tipping and bin collections.

The role also covers traffic management, road safety, school transport, and energy conservation, in return, the new post holder will be paid between £87,873 to £98,997 a year for a 37 hour working week.

Flintshire Council has created a dedicated page on its website for the vacancy, it states:

“The portfolio provides customer-focused services for all functions that contribute to the ‘street scene’ and demonstrates the commitment the Council has made towards making the County cleaner, safer, greener and tidier.”

“The service is delivered predominantly through a multi-skilled in-house workforce with a commitment to locality working with strong ownership of their own local areas by staff from the service.”

“You will be a key member of the Chief Officer Team and contribute to the effective governance and management of the Council beyond your portfolio, supporting corporate work of shared interest. ”

In a ‘welcome message’ to those visiting the dedicated job vacancy webpage, Chief Executive of Flintshire Council Colin Everett, who himself is stepping down later this year said:

“The Chief Officer Team operate as a strong professional collective with shared social values; a keenness to innovate; a pride in excellence; and with a non-hierarchical and non-bureaucratic style which values challenge and nurtures talent from within.”

“We are looking for a team player to lead the transport infrastructure and interconnectivity of services and who will bring creativity, passion and personality to our team.”

Interested? Find out more here: https://www.flintshire.gov.uk/en/Resident/Chief-Officer-Recruitment/Streetscene-and-Transportation/Job-Description.aspx

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