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Local Co-ordinator - SECCADS ERDF
  • Employer: Thurrock Council
  • Reference: 19000000AJ
  • Published: Thu 01/08/2019, 9:24 AM
  • Closing on: Sat 31/08/2019, 9:24 AM
  • Working Pattern: Part Time
  • Hours: 22.5 hours per week
  • Salary: £33920 - £41735 per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Grays

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Local Co-ordinator - SECCADS ERDF

Salary: £33,920 - £41,735 per annum pro rata

Fixed Term Contract until 31 Dec 2020

22.5 Hours per Week

We are looking for a person with a demonstrable working knowledge of creative businesses and exceptional communication skills to help us drive this ambitious new business development programme for the cultural sector. You will have practical knowledge and be passionate about supporting creative businesses and freelancers to start-up and grow. The ideal candidate will have the skills to engage businesses and the knowledge to support individual businesses, signposting them to the advice and the development opportunities they need.

The postholder needs to work across multiple stakeholders and be able to navigate various internal and external expectations.

You will be the face and the voice of this high profile programme which will see you working with creative businesses, organisations, cultural hubs, creative networks and existing business support services.

You will be a natural networker, able to juggle a complex workload and manage multiple stakeholders.

You will be based East Sussex. This post is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the post is hosted by Thurrock Council but you will be an agile worker, basing yourself in your locality and immersing yourself in the creative sector.

The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) works to accelerate growth in the economy. This is part of a portfolio of initiatives to build a more self-sustaining creative and cultural infrastructure in the South East. Led by Thurrock Council, partners have secured European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) to deliver SECCADS.

Closing Date: 18 August 2019

Our vision - An ambitious and collaborative community which is proud of its heritage and excited by its diverse opportunities and future.

Thurrock is an exciting place to live and work. We are an emerging cultural and arts centre, home to the production centre for the Royal Opera House and the National Skills Academy for Creative and Cultural Skills. We have retail and leisure that is among the best, with the magnificent intu Lakeside, and breath-taking countryside all around. There is over 1,000 acres of land ready for commercial development and there are likely to be 30,000 new homes built with transport links that can get you into London and other parts of the UK quickly and easily.

We are an area of massive growth; £6bn has already been invested by the private sector in Thurrock. We have seen 7,000 new jobs created, with a further 30,000 anticipated in the next 20 years, and 1,170 new businesses in the borough, with leading centres in ports and logistics, retail and creative industries.

Thurrock Council is an Investors in People (IIP) Gold accredited organisation and committed to equal opportunities. As a Disability Confident Employer, disabled people will be offered an interview where they meet all essential criteria on the person specification. We champion flexible working and job share applications are welcome.

We serve a diverse community where people are different yet equal. Diversity underpins everything we do.

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