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Cambridge City Council

Cambridge City Council

Cambridge combines a rich history with the vibrancy and prosperity of outstanding educational institutions and modern businesses. It is an inspiring and attractive place in which to live and work. It is at the heart of a buoyant sub-region which is an area designated for major growth in employment and housing. The pace of change has been affected by the economic recession but Cambridge's economy has been relatively resilient.

The Council is committed to supporting the sustainable growth of the City in housing, jobs and community infrastructure. This growth has to respect our climate change policies.

The City Council believes the community as a whole and every person in it matters. We want future growth that preserves the City's best qualities, sustains its environmental, social and economic fabric and is supported by a first class transport infrastructure. Although Cambridge is a prosperous place, many people on low incomes face the challenge of high living costs, particularly for housing.

We hope you will find all the information you need about the City and the Council by visiting our website and that you may well be tempted to come and join us in one of the varied and interesting roles we offer.

www.cambridge.gov.uk

Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire is a leading County and as one of the fastest growing areas in the country is at the heart of the economic recovery of the UK. From high-tech industry, world class academia and some of the best agricultural land in the country Cambridgeshire has a lot going for it. Cambridgeshire County Council is at the heart of supporting this economic growth while protecting our most vulnerable.

Every single day, we make a real and measurable impact upon the quality of life of around 600,000 people. It's a big challenge and we need to ensure we have a workforce that is as diverse and creative as the community we serve.

We are constantly striving to be the best employer that we can with a passionate commitment to personal learning and development, flexible working and a work culture where individuality and imagination are valued. If you're looking for a new angle on life and work, then the answers to this can be found at Cambridgeshire County Council.

For further information please visit: www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Huntingdon District Council

Huntingdon District Council

Huntingdonshire covers approximately 91,300 hectares of the northwestern part of Cambridgeshire County. It is the County's largest district by land area and population. Huntingdonshire lies south of Peterborough (Unitary Authority), and shares boundaries with Fenland, East Cambridgeshire and South Cambridgeshire districts in the east, and Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire counties in the west. The River Great Ouse crosses the district in the south, and the River Nene forms the northern and western boundaries.

Huntingdonshire has four main market towns: Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots and Ramsey. It is predominantly rural, with village settlements providing the main focus for community facilities outside of the market towns.

Huntingdonshire is well connected to other parts of the country via main roads. The A1 is an important north-south link to Huntingdon (much of it is to motorway standard). The A14 links Huntingdonshire with the Midlands in the west and the ports of Harwich and Felixstowe in the east. Huntingdon and St Neots are connected with London Kings Cross by a frequent 50 minute railway service. Stansted and Luton airports are less than an hour away by train.

Huntingdonshire is continually developing to provide modern facilities and employment opportunities, whilst ensuring that the attractive countryside, historic buildings and beautiful villages remain unspoilt.

Huntingdonshire District Council is composed of 52 councillors, representing 29 wards. It also contains 81 parishes.

To find out more please visit our website where we hope you will find all the information you need about Huntingdonshire and the council, and that you may well be tempted to come and join us in one of the varied and interesting roles we offer.

www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk

LGSS

LGSS

LGSS is one of the largest public sector, shared service ventures in the UK.

Created by the public sector, for the public sector, LGSS is working towards the vision of being the most highly regarded public sector shared service and business transformation partner of choice for the public sector.

LGSS provides a full range of business, professional, strategic and transactional support services to help enable business transformation for their customers.

These services are provided to the partners, Cambridgeshire County Council, Milton Keynes Council and Northamptonshire County Council, as well as other public sector organisations across the East of England.

For further information please visit: www.lgss.co.uk

Northamptonshire County Council

Northamptonshire County Council

Northamptonshire County Council is a nationally renowned local government organisation employing approximately 17,000 people and providing vital public services to one of the most rapidly growing counties in the UK.

The council, which has won national recognition for its work in attracting inward investment, public consultation, transparency and new approaches to social care, has a £1bn budget providing services such as schools, highways, social services, libraries, country parks, trading standards and the fire service.

The council is committed to making Northamptonshire a great place to live and work.

For further information please visit: www.northamptonshire.gov.uk

Opus LGSS

OPUS LGSS People Solutions

Opus LGSS has been established to supply and manage Cambridgeshire County Council's requirements for temporary/interim workers. Opus LGSS has been set up by Opus People Solutions and LGSS on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council, and is part-owned by Cambridgeshire County Council.

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