UKSPF Communities & Place Officer
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Closed for applications on 29/11/2023 23:59
Grade 10 £35,745 - £39,186 per annum
Regeneration/ Economic Development
Green Lane Offices, Spennymoor (hybrid working options available)
Our Community Economic Development Team is looking for a UKSPF Communities and Place Officer until 31 March 2025 who will lead in the co-ordination, development and delivery of the programme with partners both internal and external.
The Communities and Place Programme is funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) including the Rural England Prosperity Fund (REPF).
WHAT IS INVOLVED?
You will ensure all monitoring and compliance is adhered to in line with the fund outputs and outcomes in target areas and closely monitor and identify risks and mitigate actions to ensure programme delivery.
We encourage you to contact Julie Anson via email at email@example.com to arrange an informal discussion about the role.
WHAT WILL I NEED?
You will be educated to degree level or equivalent or have significant relevant work experience.
You will have have experience of partnership working, project development, programme management and external funding.
You should have knowledge of grant funding rules/guidance of other funders and an ability to work to deadline and manage a complex workload.
Please refer to the attached person specification for the full criteria.
HOW TO APPLY
In line with the County Council's Recruitment and Selection Policy, please note that we are unable to accept CVs. Applications must be submitted on-line via the Northeast Jobs portal.
Please use the ‘Person Specification’ section of your application form to demonstrate that you have the essential and where possible, desirable experience, skills, and knowledge. Candidates who do not evidence that they meet the essential qualifications and experience listed on the person specification will not be short-listed.
Interviews are scheduled to be held on Monday 11 December 2023.
We operate a guaranteed interview scheme for applicants that can show they meet all the essential criteria and have indicated they have a disability, are a looked after young person, care leaver or a veteran.
If you have any support needs or require assistance when applying for this role, please contact the Payroll and Employee Services Team via email PESREG@durham.gov.uk or telephone 03000 264469 / 264798 / 264764
BENEFITS AND REWARDS
We can offer you a range of employee benefits including competitive salaries, a generous leave entitlement of up to 32 days, a government pension scheme and various flexible and hybrid working options (benefits are subject to individual Terms and Conditions).
If you would like to know more, please follow this link: https://www.durham.gov.uk/article/26895/Rewards-and-benefits
Durham County Council currently operates a hybrid working policy where a model of 2 days in the workplace and 3 days at home/remote will apply. This model is pro-rated for part time roles and arrangements are at managers discretion, alternatively you can work all of your contracted hours within the workplace if you prefer.
EQUALITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION
We are a proud equal opportunities employer and recognise the value of difference, having a diverse talented workforce brings new ideas and new perspectives, which will facilitate growth and improvements to services.
As a Disability Confident Leader, we encourage applications from disabled people and can provide support throughout the recruitment process, for more information please refer to the Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion page on our website.
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This job is closed for applications.