PEO/958 - Community Connections Officer
£22,911 - £25,295

First Stop, New George Street Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E (£22,911 to £25,295) pro rata (if applicable)

Community Connections Officer - Role Profile

Community Connections is a multi-disciplinary team, working across localities, with and in communities, creating a relationship with citizens so that they are encouraged and supported to be proactive with ours and other services, thus feeling more engaged and empowered to make sustainable changes.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a passion for making a difference. Community Connections Officers provide advice and support on a range of issues through working with other Partners to proactively find suitable solutions. These Officers’ seek to prevent homelessness and improve housing conditions through promoting a range of housing options. Officers are also expected to work in partnership to resolve community and neighbourhood issues and preventing anti-social behaviour.
 
Initiative and flexibility are required as you will be working across the City or based in city centre location.

For more information or an informal chat call, Anna Constantinou on 01752 307108 or email anna.constantinou@plymouth.gov.uk

Closing Date - Sunday 13 October
Vacancy Description
First Stop, New George Street Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E (£22,911 to £25,295) pro rata (if applicable)
 
Community Connections Officer - Role Profile

Community Connections is a multi-disciplinary team, working across localities, with and in communities, creating a relationship with citizens so that they are encouraged and supported to be proactive with ours and other services, thus feeling more engaged and empowered to make sustainable changes.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a passion for making a difference. Community Connections Officers provide advice and support on a range of issues through working with other Partners to proactively find suitable solutions. These Officers’ seek to prevent homelessness and improve housing conditions through promoting a range of housing options. Officers are also expected to work in partnership to resolve community and neighbourhood issues and preventing anti-social behaviour.
 
Initiative and flexibility are required as you will be working across the City or based in city centre location.

For more information or an informal chat call, Anna Constantinou on 01752 307108 or email anna.constantinou@plymouth.gov.uk

Closing Date - Sunday 13 October