Corporate Partnership Officer (CBP204) 30 Hours per week Grade G (NSCP 19 – 23) £25,481 - £28, 672 per annum, pro rata
The role of Partnership Officer takes a lead role in investigating all issues relating to anti-social behaviour. This is a part-time permanent post of 30 hours per week. The role requires someone to not only ‘hit the ground running’, but to be able to carry out a variety of different tasks with competing timescales. So you will need to be someone who has the ability to cope with a challenging workload and not be fazed by conflicting deadlines.
We are looking for someone who has current experience of working within a partnership environment in a Local Authority. You will be someone who has current and relevant experience of strategic partnerships including community safety, and anti-social behaviour, has a strong work ethic and is passionate and committed to this area of work. If you have excellent interpersonal and IT skills, experience of working with both victims and perpetrators of crime, an analytical mind and the ability to persuade, negotiate and influence, then we look forward to receiving an application from you.
If you would like an informal chat about the role then please contact Viki Ashcroft on 01785 619309 or email email@example.com
Key Skills & Qualifications:
- Educated to degree level
- Current experience of working within a local authority, public sector setting, current and relevant experience of dealing with individuals with a wide range of vulnerabilities,
- Able to take a lead role for investigating complaints relating to anti-social behaviour
- Experience of working in a multi-partnership environment.
- Ability to cope with a challenging workload and not be fazed by conflicting deadlines
- Excellent interpersonal and IT skills, ability to persuade, negotiate and influence
For further information and to apply, please visit our website at: https://www.staffordbc.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers
Please note that interviews will be conducted using video conferencing software Microsoft Teams.
Closing date for completed applications: Sunday 01 November 2020
Interviews will be held: Week commencing 09 November 2020