The Improvement Service (IS) is a publicly funded company limited by guarantee, with a total annual budget in the region of £8 million.
Our core purpose is to help support councils and their partners to improve the health, quality of life and opportunities of all people in Scotland through community leadership, strong local governance and the delivery of high quality, efficient local services. We do this by providing a range of products and providing advisory services including consultation and facilitation, learning and skills, performance management and improvement, and research.
Working for the IS means joining a small family of professionals, who work together to strive for continuous improvement and efficiency in Local Government and the wider public sector and ultimately, better outcomes for Scotland’s communities.
Our office is based in Livingston, West Lothian, located conveniently for commuters between Edinburgh and Glasgow. Pay is only one of the benefits of working for the IS, our terms and conditions are progressive and flexible and employees are rewarded with a generous annual leave entitlement of 40 days per year as well as a flexible working policy as operations permit.
The Improvement Service works with public sector bodies to improve outcomes and develop solutions to meet digital service needs for Scottish citizens and service providers. One aspect of this is to support Scottish Local Government’s input into the programme of work overseen by the Improvement Service Board and the support of the One Scotland Mapping Agreement.
The Spatial Information Service has been in place for over five years and has matured into a functioning service which covers four business areas; these being the One Scotland Gazetteer, the National Street Gazetteer, TellMe Scotland and the Spatial Hub.
The role involves working with local authorities and partner organisations in the sourcing of new data related to property/address information and leading the national coordination and quality analysis of these datasets.
Additionally, the role will assist with the development of the One Scotland Gazetteer as a core element of a wider service and improve the collective approach to addressing and spatial information in Scotland.
For more information about this role, download the full job description.
To apply for this position, please download the application form. Alternatively you can call Leigh Rennie on 01506 282012 for an application pack.
Livingston EH54 6AX
Applications should be returned by Wednesday, 5 February 2020.
Competency-based interviews will take place w/c 17 February 2020.
To view the original job posting, please visit: https://www.improvementservice.org.uk/home/join-our-team/osg-improvement-manager