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Welcome from our Chief Executive

Find out more about the Assistant Director – Growth, Enterprise & Environment role here

Thank you for your interest in the role of Assistant Director – Growth, Enterprise and Environment.

People come first for us. We are keen to support the enthusiasm and creativity we are sure you will bring to Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council and channel it in a way that inspires you to do your best, every day.

At Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council, you will find a working environment which will encourage you to excel as someone who aspires to be a director of the future.

Our colleagues are talented, committed and passionate about the area in which they live and work. You will inspire them to complete high-level projects which are hugely important to our Borough. At the same time, you will ensure the highest standards in keeping communities clean and green, and work in close partnership with key stakeholders and the public to improve the standard of living across Redcar and Cleveland.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Amanda Skelton CBE

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