Project Support Officer with Haringey Council (6 months)

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The Community Safety and Children and Young People Service Network team are looking for  enthusiastic team players who are quick to learn and interested in making a difference. If you want to gain unique experience and learn invaluable amounts to kick start your career, apply now!


Who is the company?

  • Haringey Council are determined to rise to the challenge and make sure their residents enjoy the best opportunities in life – through excellent education, training, access to facilities and community empowerment.
  • For Haringey, working in the public sector is all about making a difference to people’s everyday lives, making the environment in which they live a better place, and giving them the tools they need to improve their own lives and play an active role in the community. 


What is the role?

  • You will be working to support the service in its current strategic aims and objectives with a key focus in reducing youth violence, improving community confidence, parenting resilience and feelings of safety
  • The projects you will be working on involve effective partnership working, communication, report writing, project planning and delivery.
  • You will be responsible for influencing the direction of the council, presenting any findings to relevant Operational and Executive boards, Cabinet members and partner organisations. 
  • You will have an awareness of public spending and identify the most efficient use of the budget. 


Why should you apply?

  • This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in effective partnership working and excellent report writing training
  • You will shadow more experienced colleagues to develop competence and specific on-the-job learning
  • You will build a vast portfolio, seeing projects through from planning to delivery. 
  • You will have the opportunity to build networks with key stakeholders such as the Police, Probation Services, Health, schools and voluntary sectors


Who is best suited to this role?

  • You must have, or be on track to achieve, at least a 2.1 degree in any degree subject.
  • You must have strong attention to detail with outstanding communication skills – both written and verbal.
  • You should be keen to learn about project management and implement the skills/methodology to drive forward change and improvement. 
  • You should be prepared to undertake an enhanced DBS check!
  • This company is unable to sponsor visas for applicants outside of the UK/EU.


Click here to apply now! 

Interviews are to be held virtually w/c 6th December 2021.

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