Working For WLBC

WLBC Current Vacancies

Head of Finance, Procurement and Commercial Services-Closing Date: 07 February 2020 (£61,026 to £62,087 per annum) 

Digital and Social Media Editor-Closing Date: 16 February 2020 (£24,799 to £26,317 per annum)

Senior Planning Officer (Conservation)-Closing Date: 02 February 2020 (£32,029 to £34,788 per annum) 

Waste & Recycling Promotions Officer-Closing Date: 02 February 2020 (£21,589 to £23,863 per annum)

Procurement Officer-Closing Date: 16 February 2020 (£26,999 to £28,785 per annum) 

Building Surveyor-Closing Date: 16 February 2020 (£26,999 to £28,785 per annum) 

Project Support Manager-Closing Date: 16 February 2020 (£29,636 to £31,371 per annum) 

Senior Business Support Officer-Closing Date: 02 February 2020 (£26,999 to £28,785 per annum) 

Senior Business Support Officer-Closing Date: 02 February 2020(£26,999 to £28,785 per annum pro rata Part Time)

Lifeline Officer-Closing Date: 02 February 2020 (£19,554 to £21,166 per annum) 

Lifeline Officer (Part Time) Closing Date: 02 February 2020 (£19,554 to £21,166 per annum)

Legal Assistant Closing Date 16 February 2020 (£24,799 to £26,317 per annum) 

These vacancies exist while redundancies are taking place!

Meanwhile, we bring you details of a Management Policy

It includes “All employees of the Council are expected to display the “Employee Core Expected Behavioural Standards” whilst they are undertaking their duties. Employees who are appointed as supervisors and managers are expected to display certain Manager Expected Behavioural Standards as well as the Employee Core Expected Behavioural Standards. Putting Customers first. An effective employee will commit to: Undertaking their duties in a customer focused way by ensuring that, within Council policy, they put customers’ needs and customers’ satisfaction first. Providing clear, timely and accurate responses to queries, questions and correspondence, as appropriate, using plain English. Keeping customers informed throughout the process, not just at the end. Continually striving to improve”.

So when you become aware these expected standards are not being met, as in the various flooding issues in Burscough, to name one, the standards should be challenged. 

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