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The Community Matters project aims to invest £5M into the Black Country between now and 2019 enabling 2,800 people to achieve their potential and move closer to the labour market through a variety of tailored and holistic provision.

 

 

Community Matters Monitoring & Compliance Officer

Working with our 23 delivery partners your role will focus on providing support and assistance to colleagues and delivery partners to ensure that the quality of delivery, information, reporting and evidence is in line with expected standards. You will have a strong understanding of the programmes aims and objectives and work to ensure that these are met within agreed timescales.

You will act as the main point of contact for delivery partners; regularly visiting them to audit the information, reporting and evidence that they collect and to ensure that partners maintain the performance and quality levels expected to achieve successful results and targets. You will support the programme manager to liaise with external stakeholders and the strategic advisory group as required.

 

Salary: £24,000 PA
Location: Walsall
Job Type: Fixed Term until December 2019
Category: Voluntary Sector 
Sectors: Social Welfare

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Community Matters Programme Manager

Working with our 23 delivery partners you will play a crucial role in the success of our programme by providing leadership to colleagues and partners alike, delivering support, expertise and knowledge crucial to achieving the results and outcomes set out within our project plan and expected by our funders.

You will have lead responsibility for Community Matters, our delivery partners, strategic advisory group and liaising with any external stakeholders; overseeing contractual compliance and facilitating training, development and networking opportunities as appropriate. You will have responsibility for ensuring that the project resources, finances and performance is controlled and audited.

 

 Salary: £35,000 PA
Location: TBC (Black Country Wide)
Job Type: Fixed Term until December 2019
Category: Voluntary Sector 
Sectors: Social Welfare

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Community Matters Support Officer

As our Support Officer, you won’t only perform routine administrative duties – rather, your responsibilities will be inextricably tied to the success of Community Matters. Driving everything forward from team planning to data collection, your work will influence the efficiency of the programme especially for colleagues in the programme management team.

You will be responsible for monitoring project targets and budgets, inputting data, preparing progress reports, and liaising with key stakeholders. You will log, manage and analyse information on our bespoke Management Information System and other databases as required.

 

Salary: £20,000 PA
Location: TBC (Black Country Wide)
Job Type: Fixed Term until December 2019
Category: Voluntary Sector 
Sectors: Social Welfare

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Community Matters Finance Officer

The Finance Officer will provide expertise within the programme management team, supporting the Financial Controller to uphold compliance across all areas of financial activity. You will have a strong understanding of administering financial transactions, producing management information against budgeted forecasts and re-profiling where necessary.

You will be able to take on board guidance and interpret / relay information to colleagues, partners and stakeholders ensuring that information can be easily understood and put into practise.

 

Salary: £27,000 (Pro-rata for 18 hrs per week)
Location: TBC (Black Country Wide)
Job Type: Fixed Term until December 2019
Category: Voluntary Sector 
Sectors: Social Welfare

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Applying for the roles:

For further information on how to apply for these posts, and to complete the application forms, interested parties should visit  http://www.heartofenglandcf.co.uk/current-vacancies/ or alternatively call Ryan Boyce on 02476883264.

Applications should be submitted by: 12pm on 8th August 2016.
Late applications will not be accepted.

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