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Head of Assets 

High Peak Borough Council & Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
Leek and Buxton / Agile Working
£58,052 to £68,667 pa
Closing date
3 Jun 2024

Job Details

Head of Assets 

£58,052 to £68,667 per annum. Pay award pending from 1st April 2024 

Essential car user allowance 

Permanent Contract 

Full time 

Work Location: Hybrid Working 


The Strategic Alliance between High Peak Borough Council and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council has been in place for more than a decade – the Councils share a workforce delivering services to two distinct areas with their own corporate plans and priorities. The sheer variety of work is a factor that’s often mentioned as a big plus by our staff in terms of professional development. While we’ve achieved a lot there’s still much to do so it’s the perfect time to be joining us. 

This is the perfect opportunity to work at a senior level and head up our assets service. 

You will manage and act as lead advisor on all asset management functions and will be instrumental in leading on the development of the Councils’ asset strategies, forging the development of effective internal and external networks. 

You will have extensive knowledge of all asset functions including, housing stock, valuation, estate management, contract management and property management. Experience of leading, motivating and managing people at a senior level is essential. 

For an informal discussion regarding this job please contact: Martin Owen, Executive Director and Section 151 Officer (Resources). 

Apply via our website via the 'Apply' button.

Closing date: Midday, 3rd June 2024. 

Technical Interviews & Assessment Centre: w.c. 10th June 2024 

Final Interviews: w/c 24th June 2024. 

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