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Regeneration Manager

Flintshire County Council
Ty Dewi Sant, Ewloe, Deeside
£39,880 to £42,821 - Grade G08 (SCP 36 to 39)
Closing date
19 Nov 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
Community Development
Local Authority
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Planning, Environment and Economy

37 Hours per week

Location: Ty Dewi Sant, St. David’s Business Park, Ewloe, Deeside and working from home.


Smaller towns across the UK have faced challenging economic conditions for many years and this will be intensified following the Covid-19 crisis. Flintshire’s town centres are not immune to this and the Council is proud to be embarking upon an ambitious strategy to support the revival of its town centres and to diversify their uses to facilitate a more sustainable future.

We are looking for an experienced regeneration professional with a strong track record of delivering pioneering or transformational projects in town centres. The post holder will use their skills to engage and enthuse local stakeholders, develop creative and deliverable plans to make the towns more sustainable and vibrant and build delivery partnerships with investors and the business community.

The Council’ needs to work in ways it has not done before and this post  will play a vital and influential role in helping to balance ambition and innovation with pragmatism in developing and delivering the change that Flintshire’s towns need.

If you want our opportunity to create a visible difference whilst also enhancing your experience and making your mark, we want to hear from you.


Funding has been secured for an initial 3 year period.

For an informal discussion please contact Niall Waller, Enterprise and Regeneration Manager on 01352 702137 or

The closing date for applications is Friday 26 November 2021

Applications are welcome for part time, job share or flexible working basis. We have a range of policies designed to facilitate work life balance. An attractive pension scheme (LGPS) and other local government benefits are also part of our package. Go to our website – jobs and careers - to see our ‘Benefits of Working at Flintshire’

The Council recognises that the ability to communicate in Welsh is an important and valuable skill in the workplace and is committed to increasing the numbers of bilingual employees. We welcome applications for any post from candidates who are able to work in both Welsh and English. We will also support new and existing employees who wish to learn Welsh or improve /develop their Welsh language skills.


Flintshire is a North East Wales border county with a rich cultural and industrial heritage and one of the most successful sub-regional economies in the United Kingdom. The Council provides vital public services for over 150,000 people.

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