About Barnet Council
Barnet is a borough with much to be proud of. Our excellent schools, vibrant town centres, vast green spaces, and diverse communities all help make it a wonderful place to live and work. As a council we want to build on these strengths as we move into the future. We are growing and developing as an organisation to meet the challenges facing our borough and we are committed to working with partner organisations and residents to make Barnet even better. As an organisation, our staff are committed to Our Values: Caring, Learning to Improve, Inclusive, Collaborate.
We are shaping Barnet as a place to Live, Work, Study and Visit. Through Barnet’s Growth Strategy we are delivering the housing, connectivity, support for businesses and town centres, and social infrastructure needed to sustain and improve local communities. Our Planning, Housing, Regeneration, Economic Development, and Estates services are a community of talented people solving the real-world problems and challenges that need to be addressed to deliver change and improve lives. We are delivering this all through many strategic partnerships that collectively form one of the largest development programmes in England.
About the role
Support the Employment and Skills Team in the development and delivery of the Annual Regeneration Plan, with a primary focus on the section 106 skills and employment plans for the Regeneration Estates. The post will be a mix of office-based activities along with a requirement to visit and work on the development, implementation and management of local employment and training initiatives on behalf of the Council and Developer Stakeholders within Private, Major and Regeneration Developments.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Knowledge of s106 monitoring and understanding of legal agreements
- Ability to communicate and liaise effectively, both verbally and in writing with a range of stakeholders and partners
- A methodical approach to work with high levels of accuracy and ability to pay meticulous attention to detail
- A self-starter with the ability to get to grips with work quickly and independently
- Understanding of recruitment processes and ability to project manage hiring campaigns.
What we offer
- 30 days annual leave, plus public and bank holidays
- Flexible Government pension options, with contributions of over 26%
- Work-life balance options may include hybrid working, flexitime, job share, home working, part-time
- A vast range of lifestyle discounts from major retailers, supermarkets, energy suppliers and more
- Broad range of payroll benefits including cycle to work, eye care vouchers, travel, and gym membership
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Employee well- being training programs including confidential employee assistance.
If you would like any further information about the role before applying, please email John Bryson, Welfare, Employment and Skills Programme Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 23:59 on Sunday 7 August 2022.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 16 August 2022.
Barnet Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Barnet operates stringent safer recruitment procedures.
To deliver Barnet Council’s commitment to equality of opportunity in the provision of services, all staff are expected to promote equality in the workplace and in the services the Council delivers. As such we value diversity and welcome applications from all backgrounds. For further information, please read our equality statement.
Barnet Council embraces all forms of flexible working (including part-time, compressed hours, and remote working) and is committed to offering employees a healthy work-life balance. Candidates are encouraged to talk about relevant requirements and preferences at interview. We can’t promise to give you exactly what you want, but we do promise not to judge you for asking.
Barnet Council is a Disability Confident Committed Employer. We welcome and encourage job applications of all abilities. If you require any reasonable adjustments in the application or interview, please contact the lead contact on this advert. We will make reasonable adjustments to make sure our disabled applicants and those with health conditions are supported throughout our recruitment process. We support the access to work scheme, further details are available at www.gov.uk/access-to-work/apply
All posts with the council are subject to a probationary period of six months, during which time you will be required to demonstrate to the council satisfaction your suitability for the position in which you will be employed.
Due to the high number of applications that are received for some posts we may close vacancies before the stated closing date if sufficient number of applications are received. Therefore, please apply as soon as possible.
Please ensure you regularly check the email account (including JUNK MAIL folders) that you use to submit your application, as any further communication regarding your application will be sent electronically. Should you not hear from us within four working weeks of the closing date for this post, then regretfully in this instance, you have not been shortlisted.