Project and Change Support Officer (Graduate Intern)


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    State/ProvinceTyne & Wear
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The Organisation:

Uni4Talent are currently working with a large scale organisation who successfully work to deliver children’s services on behalf of Sunderland City Council.

The organisation aims to develop modern and responsive services that make a difference to children and families throughout Sunderland, keeping children safe from harm and ensuring they have the opportunity to fulfil their true potential. The organisation holds a strong desire to be excellent in all they do and work tirelessly to deliver the vision and priorities of the company.

Working with Sunderland City Council and wide-ranging partner organisations, the organisation ensures children’s services across Sunderland are delivered by a suitably qualified and experienced workforce and deliver optimum value for money; offering high quality services and bringing commercial skills to public service delivery.

The Role:

The organisation is currently undertaking a wide scale transformation programme and are delivering projects required to move to new ways of working and improve service delivery.

This will include changes to business processes, technology, culture and ways of working and will impact on services across the organisation, partner organisations, large numbers of staff and have significant budget implications. Projects will also involve working with multi-agency stakeholders and other partners.

The post holder will provide support to the delivery of projects and programmes in line with guidance supplied by the organisations Programme Management Office.

Under the overall direction of their line manager, the post holder will undertake a range of project and change support activities relating to the organisation’s children’s services directorate and wider transformation programme. These activities may include:

* Collect, collate and analyse data;

* Produce project reports;

* Research information and services;

* Contribute to service re-design.

The post-holder will also undertake project support and change activity, of a varying nature and complexity and will be undertaking a range of activities, so will need to be able to prioritise and balance their own work accordingly.

Please view a copy of the full Role Profile for further information.

To Apply:

Early application is encouraged

Please submit a comprehensive CV and Covering Letter within one document, ensuring to include the reference number UNI/AM/425 via the ‘Apply Now’ section below.

The deadline for applications is Midnight on Thursday 7th May 2020.

Please ensure you give a detailed account of your skills and experience and how you meet the stated criteria of the position.

Please note; this position is open to Home and EU Graduates only. This role is not eligible for Tier 2 sponsorship in accordance with the Home Office Points Based Immigration System