PLA/1356 - Senior Economic Development Officer
£30,451-£32,910

Ballard House Fixed term contract/*Secondment opportunity until 31 March 2023 37 hours per week Grade G (£30,451 - £32,910) per annum

Senior Economic Development Officer - Role profile

* If you are applying internally for a secondment, you must be employed on a permanent contract working continuously for 12 weeks or more.  If you are currently on probation, you will be expected to complete your probationary service in the new role.   If you are applying for this role as an internal candidate as a secondment,  your current line manager must also be in agreement with your application (please refer to the Secondment policy for further information).

Are you motivated to help Plymouth’s businesses “build back better” following the COVID pandemic?

We have been awarded almost £950,000 from the Interreg France, England Channel programme for a 2 year project (to March 2023) to support individuals and businesses in Plymouth.  We are looking for two Senior Economic Development Officers to engage businesses and manage delivery as part of a wider delivery team.  

As part of the C-Care project, you will be working with 6 partners from France and England to engage existing Interreg projects to understand what has happened to businesses over the past year and apply that learning to provide support programmes through a dedicated team in Plymouth. The project will also provide support for business recovery and provide business resilience in the wake of COVID.  

You will have experience of supporting businesses and knowledge of one or more of our 5 work-streams – upskilling of individuals, supply chain development, employment practices, community partnerships and environmental improvement in businesses.

The project will implement the Resurgam Charter (see www.resurgam.uk) to ensure our economic recovery and strategic projects in Plymouth create a ‘fairer, greener future for Plymouth’.   

Interreg is one of the key instruments of the European Union (EU) supporting cooperation across borders through project funding. Its aim is to jointly tackle common challenges and find shared solutions in fields such as health, environment, research, education, transport, sustainable energy and more.  

This role will be within the Inclusive Economy Team of Plymouth city Council’s  Economic Development Department. 

Please contact Anna Peachey, Inclusive Growth Manager for more information or an informal chat 01752 307840.

Closing date: Sunday 27 June 2021
Vacancy Description
Ballard House Fixed term contract/*Secondment opportunity until 31 March 2023 37 hours per week Grade G (£30,451 - £32,910) per annum
 
Senior Economic Development Officer - Role profile

* If you are applying internally for a secondment, you must be employed on a permanent contract working continuously for 12 weeks or more.  If you are currently on probation, you will be expected to complete your probationary service in the new role.   If you are applying for this role as an internal candidate as a secondment,  your current line manager must also be in agreement with your application (please refer to the Secondment policy for further information).

Are you motivated to help Plymouth’s businesses “build back better” following the COVID pandemic?

We have been awarded almost £950,000 from the Interreg France, England Channel programme for a 2 year project (to March 2023) to support individuals and businesses in Plymouth.  We are looking for two Senior Economic Development Officers to engage businesses and manage delivery as part of a wider delivery team.  

As part of the C-Care project, you will be working with 6 partners from France and England to engage existing Interreg projects to understand what has happened to businesses over the past year and apply that learning to provide support programmes through a dedicated team in Plymouth. The project will also provide support for business recovery and provide business resilience in the wake of COVID.  

You will have experience of supporting businesses and knowledge of one or more of our 5 work-streams – upskilling of individuals, supply chain development, employment practices, community partnerships and environmental improvement in businesses.

The project will implement the Resurgam Charter (see www.resurgam.uk) to ensure our economic recovery and strategic projects in Plymouth create a ‘fairer, greener future for Plymouth’.   

Interreg is one of the key instruments of the European Union (EU) supporting cooperation across borders through project funding. Its aim is to jointly tackle common challenges and find shared solutions in fields such as health, environment, research, education, transport, sustainable energy and more.  

This role will be within the Inclusive Economy Team of Plymouth city Council’s  Economic Development Department. 

Please contact Anna Peachey, Inclusive Growth Manager for more information or an informal chat 01752 307840.

Closing date: Sunday 27 June 2021