Commissioning Support Project Officer - Housing
This role will be crucial in leading a number of exciting bespoke projects and supporting the wider Commissioning Support Team.
Title: Commissioning Support Project Officer
Location: Bath Row, Birmingham
Salary: £27,978 per annum
Hours: 35 Hours per Week (Full Time)
Contract Type: Permanent
The Commissioning Support Project Officer will work closely with the Commissioning Support Manager in the development of financial analysis of contracts, the writing of quality text responses for tenders, researching of key markets as well as presenting contract analysis and insight to senior stakeholders, including director level. This role will collaborate with our operational managers, specialist partners, external stakeholders and commissioners, to develop and retain innovative services which maximise the independence of our customers.
Due to the variety of the role, the post holder will need to have the ability to manage a busy workload, with changing priorities often governed by the external environment. The post holder will also need to be confident when engaging with a variety of stakeholders, with the ability to influence and negotiate with people at all levels.
We are looking for you if you:
- Have knowledge of key government policy and pressures within housing, retirement and homelessness sectors, with a desire to enhance and utilise this knowledge this in a rewarding role.
- Can be innovative and develop new ideas regarding existing tenders and new business.
- Are able to combine a commercial approach with our organisations not-for-profit values to develop funding models and service offers, often working to tight budgets.
- Have confidence in and take ownership leading multiple projects, as part of a varied portfolio.
- Passionate about the housing and supported accommodation sector.
This position will offer you the opportunity to grow and develop a wide range of skills related this diverse role. You will have the opportunity to attend a variety of local and regional external events, enhance your professional network, and know that the work you do has a direct impact on our customers we support.
In addition to this, Midland Heart offer a wide range of excellent benefits including a generous holiday allowance and a wide range of shopping and leisure discounts.
Closing Date: Sunday 6th August 2017
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