A brilliant opportunity has opened up for a Rural Regeneration and Infrastructure Officer to join a close-knit HR team in Lisburn. Our well-known public sector client requires an experienced, dynamic candidate to assist in the management and delivery of complex Rural Regeneration and Infrastructure projects. If you would like to join a team who are committed to providing a first-class strategic programme of rural regeneration and Infrastructure activity, this opportunity could be yours.
- 37 days holiday allowance
- Hybrid working options
- £31,895 salary
A well-known public sector organisation committed to promoting a positive culture. The Rural Regeneration and Infrastructure Officer role here will allow you to work in a close-knit, warm, collaborative team within a positive culture whilst contributing to an organisation that continuously strives to provide a first-class service for the community.
The Ideal Person
A Degree or other Level 6 qualification
Three years employment experience in all of the following areas:
- Assisting in the planning, management, monitoring and evaluation of a portfolio of projects through development and delivery of a strategic plan.
- Budget Management in excess of £100,000 per annum.
- Working in partnership with other agencies and organisations to deliver projects
- Delivery of capital projects in the Built Environment
- Delivery of projects involving public or European funding
- Ability to pro-actively deal with contentious and complex issues within a community
- context during delivery of strategic projects.
- Experience of contract management and appropriate procurement of goods and services.
- 5 years' experience as above
As Rural Regeneration and Infrastructure Officer you will:
- work with appropriate partner organisations and groups to enhance the delivery of rural Regeneration & Infrastructure projects
- Assist the Regeneration & Infrastructure Manager to monitor income and expenditure targets set as part of the Annual Budget Estimates, and in assessing and controlling these against programme performance
- Ensure compliance with policies and procedures and operate within the highest standards of management and personal behaviour, which reflect the core values and behaviours of the organisation
- Promote equality of opportunity and access in service delivery and in the employment of staff through the mainstreaming of equality within the organisation
This is an opportunity offering an immediate start initially for 12 months with possibility of further extension.
For further information on this vacancy, or any other Human Resources job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Emma Hall in the strictest confidence.