Suffering a bout of the January blues? Fancy a career change? Here are ten jobs which you can apply for today:ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTWhingate Primary School is seeking to appoint a motivated, reliable and hardworking Administrative Assistant to work in its busy school office under the direction of the School Business Manager.Salary: £18,672 (pro rata where applicable) Closing date: February 1, 4pmInterested? Click here for more detailsREAD MORE: Budget airline Jet2 announces 350 new jobs at Leeds Bradford Airport - including pilot and cabin crew rolesRECEPTIONIST/ADMINISTRATORPart time role at Temple Moor High SchoolSalary: £17,391-£18,672 Closing date: January 23, 12pmInterested? Click here for more details Consortium increases price it will pay for Flybe ASSISTANT REGISTRARLeeds Museums and Galleries are looking to appoint an Assistant Registrar to assist in the delivery of high quality and accessible collections management and … [Read more...] about The ten Leeds City Council jobs you can apply for today
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0 Have your say City leaders say cash made from bus shelter advertising could ‘increase significantly’ under a new deal. Sunderland City Council pulls in more than £78,000 a year from its current contract allowing marketing material to be displayed.This was signed in 2003 and extended in May, and gave London-based firm Clear Channel repnsibility for maintaining 150 bus shelters across Wearside.But council bosses are expected to approve the start of negotiations for an improved agreement when cabinet meets next week (Wednesday, January 16).A report for councillors does not say how much revenue is expected to increase by, just that it is predicted to ‘increase significantly under a new concession contract arrangement’.Sunderland has 653 bus shelters in total, with the remaining 513 managed by transport operator Nexus.Tyne and Wear’s five local authorities, Sunderland, Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside and South Tyneside, had … [Read more...] about How Sunderland City Council makes £78,000 from bus shelters
London business leaders say they are fed up with rickshaw drivers ripping off tourists and riding on footpaths to ferry punters around tourism hotspots. They are calling for urgent legislation to crack down on the West End's "pedicabs" as a bill to regulate the cycle-powered rickshaws is delayed yet again. Westminster City Council (WCC) has been pushing for regulation for more than a decade, saying it has fielded complaints ranging from noisy sound-systems to speeding riders, who park on footpaths and rip off punters. However, one rickshaw driver, who backs regulation of his trade, says he frequently loses money from customers who run off without paying. Hippodrome Casino chief executive Simon Thomas is among central London business leaders backing MP Paul Scully's bill for Transport for London (TfL) to get powers to regulate rickshaws, which he says are clogging up space in the already busy West End. "This has been a problem for years and it's got worse, particularly with the advent … [Read more...] about Is the ‘appalling reputation’ of London’s rickshaw drivers justified?
0 Have your say When the road to bring Channel 4 to Leeds began in April the city was throwing its hat in the ring with the 30 other suitors. However, following a rigorous selection process Leeds has now been named as the new home for Channel 4, with the added bonus of a new broadcasting hub bringing a televisual presence to the city not seen since the heady days of Yorkshire Television. The headline figures were celebrated throughout the city. With three hundred new jobs, with many more in the supply chain will be coming to Leeds, there is a clear economic benefit.But, for some of those behind the bid process, the benefit for Leeds goes far deeper than money. Sally Joynson, chief executive, Screen Yorkshire, told the YEP: “There has been a lot of talk about the challenges of having media consistently consolidated on the west side of the UK.“To not have a significant national broadcasting presence on the east side has not helped growth. “But … [Read more...] about How Leeds won the race to secure Channel 4 and what it means for the city
What city deals could mean for Belfast and Derry BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Monday's Budget, the final one before the UK exits the European Union, is expected to have a number of talking points for Northern Ireland. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/what-city-deals-could-mean-for-belfast-and-derry-37469935.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37470017.ece/aa96e/AUTOCROP/h342/rallyforremain Email Monday's Budget, the final one before the UK exits the European Union, is expected to have a number of talking points for Northern Ireland. Alongside a cash injection for Belfast city centre, Chancellor Philip Hammond could also potentially make announcements on city deals for Belfast and Londonderry. City deal packages bundle together additional funding and decision making powers aimed at driving growth in regions of the UK. The Chancellor made the first solid commitment to a city deal for Belfast in last year's Budget, announcing … [Read more...] about What city deals could mean for Belfast and Derry