Wigan MBC is looking for a principal solicitor to join its legal and property services department and to play an instrumental part in achieving effective governance and excellent services.
The successful applicant will be a qualified solicitor or barrister with experience and practical knowledge of local government law, standards and ethics.
Ms Lowe adds: 'Wigan is an authority which is continually modernising. It sets out a clear vision and expects its staff to seek practical and dynamic ways of achieving this.'
The postholder is likely to be someone with a track record in eschewing management speak for measurable achievements. The council is a strong advocate of clear targets for the people charged with delivering its ambitious agenda.
And the benefits of living and working in Wigan are multiple, says Ms Lowe.
'This area has a very good quality of life - there is a lot of affordable housing, excellent transport links to Manchester and Liverpool and it is not too congested.'
The successful candidate would have easy access to the Lancashire coast, the Lake District and the lively seaside resorts of Southport and Blackpool.
The post has a salary scale of£34,566 to£36,147 a year.
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