A New Deal for Burngreave

New post for Regeneration Manager

Cecilia Shields, BNDfC Regeneration Manager for Employment & Skills, has recently taken on the post of the Neighbourhood Enterprise Champions Programme Manager for ‘Generation Enterprise’. Generation Enterprise is the title of Sheffield’s bid to the Local Enterprise Growth Initiative (LEGI).

JOB: Regeneration Manager – Employment and Skills

This is a key post within the programme and will develop and expand the activities that are already underway and integrate them into the Local Economic Development Strategy for the area.

  • Salary: £27,313 – £35,771

  • Closing date: Thursday 28 June 2007 at 12.00 noon

BNDfC Community Representative elections

These are the last few days for your opportunity to register to vote in the BNDfC Community Representatives elections and for you to put yourself forward as a candidate to stand as a Community Representative on the BNDfC Board.

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