PLA/974 - Economic Development Officer
£22,911 - £25,295

Ballard House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E (£22,911-£25,295) per annum

Economic Development Officer - role profile

Plymouth is one of the country’s major cities, proud of its naval and commercial heritage and ambitious in its plans for the future. The City Council is committed to growth and making sure our economy continues to strengthen, so that as Britain’s Ocean City we are a leading destination of choice both for commerce and visitors.  

 The Council already has a number of innovative and high profile economic development initiatives underway, which form an integral part of the Plymouth Plan. Our commitment to job creation, supporting enterprise and helping people get into work means that we need flexible, committed, positive and ‘can-do’ people.  

The Economy, Enterprise and Employment Service means that all of our posts provide an excellent opportunity to make your mark on the future of Plymouth’s economy and how we deliver the very best experiences for our residents, visitors and potential investors.  

This post is situated in the Economy, Partnerships and Regeneration team whose aim is to develop and deliver strategic economic development & regeneration plans, partnerships and projects; promoting businesses, jobs, skills, employability and community renewal across Plymouth.  

In particular, the post holder will work collaboratively with businesses and stakeholder groups especially in relation to developing the co-operative sector and promoting inclusive growth through launch of a new charter.  

 If you think you can make your mark by working closely with partners and want to make a difference then we would welcome your application and don’t hesitate to contact us.  

Please note this position may be suitable for job share.  

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Anna Peachey, Economy, Partnerships & Regeneration Manager, or anyone in the team on 01752 307840.  

Closing date: Monday 18 November 2019
Anticipated interview date: Tuesday 3 December 2019
Vacancy Description
Ballard House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E (£22,911-£25,295) per annum
 
Economic Development Officer - role profile

Plymouth is one of the country’s major cities, proud of its naval and commercial heritage and ambitious in its plans for the future. The City Council is committed to growth and making sure our economy continues to strengthen, so that as Britain’s Ocean City we are a leading destination of choice both for commerce and visitors.  

 The Council already has a number of innovative and high profile economic development initiatives underway, which form an integral part of the Plymouth Plan. Our commitment to job creation, supporting enterprise and helping people get into work means that we need flexible, committed, positive and ‘can-do’ people.  

The Economy, Enterprise and Employment Service means that all of our posts provide an excellent opportunity to make your mark on the future of Plymouth’s economy and how we deliver the very best experiences for our residents, visitors and potential investors.  

This post is situated in the Economy, Partnerships and Regeneration team whose aim is to develop and deliver strategic economic development & regeneration plans, partnerships and projects; promoting businesses, jobs, skills, employability and community renewal across Plymouth.  

In particular, the post holder will work collaboratively with businesses and stakeholder groups especially in relation to developing the co-operative sector and promoting inclusive growth through launch of a new charter.  

 If you think you can make your mark by working closely with partners and want to make a difference then we would welcome your application and don’t hesitate to contact us.  

Please note this position may be suitable for job share.  

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Anna Peachey, Economy, Partnerships & Regeneration Manager, or anyone in the team on 01752 307840.  

Closing date: Monday 18 November 2019
Anticipated interview date: Tuesday 3 December 2019