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Senior Contracts Lawyer

Posted: 29 Sep 2020 Closes: 18 Oct 2020
Exeter, GB Salary starting at £44,265
Permanent & Full-time met-office/20200929143537
Salary will start at £44,265 with opportunities to progress within the role up to the maximum of £48,912.Background:The Met Office Legal Team plays an essential role in enabling and managing the organisation's business relationships with external customers and stakeholders in a manner that maximises opportunity and minimises risk for the organisati...

EVALUATION OFFICER

Posted: 28 Sep 2020 Closes: 11 Oct 2020
Nottinghamshire Grade 5: £27,041 to £30,451 per annum
Fixed term & Full time nottinghamshire-fire-and-rescue-service/20200928204835
An exciting opportunity has arisen with Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service for an Evaluation Officer to support the Service in embedding their evaluation framework and undertaking evaluation in Service Delivery activities.

MOD Agency Relationship Manager

Posted: 22 Sep 2020 Closes: 11 Oct 2020
Exeter, GB Salary starting at £44,265
Permanent & Full-time met-office/20200922123749
Salary will start at £44,265 with opportunities to progress within the role up to the maximum of £48,912.Background:The Met Office and the Ministry of Defence (MOD) have an extremely close, collaborative relationship which reaches back well over 100 years with MOD having been the “owning Department” for the Met Office for most of the last century....

Members of the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACOBA)

Posted: 26 Aug 2020 Closes: 9 Oct 2020
London/virtually £3000 per annum, plus travel and subsistence
Public Appointment cabinet-office/20200826154249
The Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACOBA) provides independent advice on applications submitted under the Business Appointment Rules from former ministers, senior civil servants and other Crown servants. In doing so it advises on the conditions that should apply to new appointments or employment after individuals have left Crown servi...