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Closed for applications on 28/03/2019 23:59
£37,107 - £39,961 per annum
Exceptional career opportunities
Create a new future for North of Tyne
Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland local authorities have secured a devolution deal that focuses on bringing investment, employment, educational opportunities and brighter economic prospects to the whole North of Tyne area.
The initial devolution deal means £20m worth of investment a year for the next 30 years which will provide an extra £600m for the area. It also means new powers to shape our own future and meet the needs of local people and business.
Led by an Elected Mayor, the new North of Tyne Combined Authority will manage a range of powers on housing, enterprise and innovation, economic infrastructure, skills, education and employment. Decisions will be made locally to benefit our local economy and the people who live, work, study and visit here.
Over the 30-year-period, this could create up to 10,000 new and better jobs, generate £1.1bn for our local economy and pull in a further £2.1bn in private sector investment.
This is an exciting time for the North of Tyne area and we are looking for exceptional people to join us on this momentous journey, to deliver our vision and help us promote the North of Tyne on the national and international stage.
This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and driven Policy Officer to help shape the future of adult education and employability/skills development for the North of Tyne. The North of Tyne Combined Authority is a ground-breaking organisation, allowing the transfer of unprecedented new powers from the Government to the North of Tyne. With a devolved Adult Education Budget for the North of Tyne to be prioritised and allocated across approved providers to ensure that we develop individuals with the right skills and knowledge to meet the employment needs of the area for now and the future.
We are looking for an outstanding individual to shape, develop and implement policy in relation to the adult education agenda and to support the employability/skills strategies, vision and priorities locally, nationally and internationally.
The role is suitable for those with knowledge of Adult/Further Education sector, strategies and programmes. The postholder should also have experience of working within a complex environment with multiple stakeholders.
If you are interested in this opportunity we would love to hear from you.
To arrange an informal discussion please email Janice Rose on Janice.email@example.com or Leigh Mills on Leigh.firstname.lastname@example.org
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