The Council employs approximately 500 staff, offering a variety of roles in different services.
Our current vacancies are listed below. Please click on the relevant link for more information and details on how to apply.
If you require an application form in a different format, please contact Test Valley Borough Council on 01264 368000.
Current job vacancies available, click the job title to view the job you are interested in:
|Job title||Area||Salary||Closing date||Downloads|
|Building Control Manager||Andover||£40,586 - £49,561
Relocation expenses will be considered
|26 October 2018||Job Description and Person Spec|
|Principal Building Surveyor||Andover||£47,085 - £57,507, plus relocation assistance.||29 October 2018||Job Description and Person Spec|
|Senior Private Sector Housing Officer||Andover||£25,380 - £34,361 per annum||12 November 2018||Job Description and Person Spec|
£40,586 - £49,561
Relocation expenses will be considered
Test Valley Borough Council is certainly making an impression. You might be surprised that, in this age of austerity, our Corporate Plan is themed around “Investing in Test Valley”. Our ambition to be an investing Council is about more than money – it is about devoting our energy, skills, and resources to achieve the best results for our residents and communities across the borough.
We were a finalist in the MJ Awards Local Authority of the Year category and we think the judge’s comments speak for themselves:
“Test Valley’s submission demonstrates it is pushing the boundaries by going beyond the traditional remit of a district council to deliver innovative solutions against its ambitious agenda in terms of place shaping, inward investment, commercial partnerships and economic growth”.
We would like to recruit a Building Control Manager who will help us to build on our success.
This role offers the opportunity to lead the Council’s Building Consultancy team and play a key role as part of the Planning and Building Departmental Management Team. This is an opportunity for you to prove your leadership skills and share your fresh thinking in an organisation that is ready to help you make an impact.
We are looking for a dynamic and forward thinking individual with a strong track record of delivering quality building control services. With a professional qualification, you will have strong interpersonal skills and a corporate mindset, enabling you to build emotionally intelligent relationships both internally and externally, at different organisational levels.
Your technical expertise will mean that you will be the lead officer for the Council on building control matters. Your expertise will be complemented by your ambition and creativity.
For an informal discussion please contact Paul Jackson, Head of Planning and Building on 01264 368186.
For more information or an application form please visit our website. Alternatively, you can contact our Human Resources Team on, 01264 368106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is midday on 26 October 2018.
Interviews will be held on 9 November 2018.
Salary - £47,085 - £57,507, plus relocation assistance.
Are you a dynamic and experienced Building Surveyor with a drive to lead a diverse team of professionals?
If your answer’s ‘yes’ then we’d love to hear from you.
We have an exciting opportunity to join a forward-thinking authority located in a beautiful part of Hampshire. For an authority of our size, the Council has a significant, growing and mixed property portfolio valued in the region of £130m.
Your main focus will be to provide comprehensive property/construction advice to the Council and work with the Head of Estates and Economic Development to ensure that the Council’s assets are effectively and efficiently managed and maintained within current legislation. You will be responsible for a budget of up to £2m, which of which will be used to implement the Council’s Asset Management Plan. This varied role will give you an opportunity to oversee a full range of disciplines from facilities management, building services, maintenance, Health and Safety and compliance.
As you will be expected to lead, co-ordinate and manage our long term strategies in this area, you will have a broad, up-to-date knowledge of building construction and significant management experience. You will also have a recognised building related qualification, at degree level, or extensive relevant experience. In addition, you will hold a recognised relevant professional qualification, such as RICS.
In return we can offer you a generous holiday allowance, on-site staff restaurant, free parking, subsidised leisure facilities, flexi-time and a defined benefits pension scheme.
For an informal discussion please contact Simon Ellis, Head of Estates and Economic Development, on 01264 368301.
For more information or an application form you can contact our Human Resources Team on 01264 368106. Closing date for return of application forms is Monday 29 October 2018
COMMITTED TO EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT AND SERVICES
37 hours per week (part time hours considered)
£25,380 - £34,361 – Grade and salary dependent on experience
Would you like to join a forward-thinking Council located in a beautiful part of Hampshire and with excellent employee satisfaction rates? We have an exciting opportunity in our Private Sector Housing Team for a Housing Officer for one year on a fixed term contract.
In this challenging and varied role, you’ll be responsible for and lead on the delivery of all aspects of Private Sector Housing work including enforcement and licencing, and will carry out a diverse range of duties, including:-
- Assisting with investigations into housing conditions in keeping with the Council’s statutory responsibilities under the Housing Act 2004 (and related legislation) and responding to complaints of disrepair in the private rented sector
- Effectively processing Disabled Facility Grants
- Providing advice to residents and liaising, advising and supporting private rented sector landlords and their agents
- Investigation and enforcing housing standards in houses in multiple occupation
- Inspections in relation to the Caravan Site and Control of Developments Act 1960
- Supporting work to bring empty properties back into use
- Assisting in the delivery of energy efficiency and home improvement initiatives
Reporting to the Principal Environmental Health Officer (Housing), you must be able to demonstrate excellent communication and negotiation skills, a good grasp of housing issues, the ability to prioritise and a clear commitment to delivery. You’ll join a small established team working within Housing and Environmental Health and will also work closely with a diverse range of external partners including other Local Authorities, Registered Providers and the voluntary sector.
In return, we offer a competitive salary, flexible working arrangements, free parking, a pension scheme and a pleasant working environment at Beech Hurst.
If you are interested in this opportunity, further information and how to apply can be found on our website www.testvalley.gov.uk/
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Deborah Vincent – Principal Environmental Health Officer (Housing) on 01264 368211.
Closing Date: 12 November 2018
Interviews: 16 November 2018
COMMITED TO EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT AND SERVICES.