About the role
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Corporate Planning and Performance Officer to join our busy Risk Management and Performance Team at the heart of Mole Valley District Council.
The job involves working with colleagues from all Council departments on a wide range of corporate planning and performance management activities, including business planning, risk management and project management.
You will be joining us at an exciting time as we begin work on developing our new Corporate Strategy for 2019 and beyond, and further developing our project management offer across the organisation.
The role will report to the Risk Management and Performance Manager.
We’re looking for someone who is experienced in developing and implementing a range of corporate strategies, plans and policies, and who is confident working with a range of stakeholders, including senior managers and Members.
You will have strong organisational and communication skills, and will enjoy working on and improving our corporate and business planning arrangements. You will have a positive outlook and be confident in your ability to encourage individuals of all levels to engage with corporate requirements.
You will be highly motivated and able to prioritise your own workload to meet competing demands.
You will have excellent time management skills that demonstrate your ability to meet deadlines and prioritise work.
This post is politically restricted by virtue of the duties related criteria detailed in the Local Government and Housing Act 1989.
For an informal chat about the role, please contact Jane Nottage on 01306 879188 Alternatively you can contact HR at email@example.com
Closing date for applicants: Monday 4 December 2017, 12 Noon
Interview date: Friday 8 December (alternative dates available on request)
Armed Forces and Reservists
MVDC is supportive of employing those who have previously served, or are currently serving, in the Armed Forces.
Prevention of illegal working: Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006
It is a criminal offence to employ someone, aged 16 or over, who has no right to work in the United Kingdom, or no right to do the work the organisation is offering.
If appointed The Council will require evidence to establish a person’s right to work in the United Kingdom.