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3rd Floor, Tyler House
Southend-on-Sea, Essex
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SS1 2BB
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UK
SS1 2BB

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At REED Southend-on-Sea we cover the following sectors:

Accountancy

A wide variety of non- and part-qualified positions, including PQ accountants, finance managers, payroll managers, credit managers & controllers, and accounts assistants.

Business Support

All manner of business support roles, including administration, customer services, contact centre, and management, as well as entry-level roles in fields such as sales and marketing.

Engineering

All manufacturing and engineering jobs, including design, manufacturing and post-production service/maintenance, across a range of industries.

Human Resources

Qualified and non-qualified HR roles across the whole spectrum in both generalist and specialist HR markets, ranging from assistant to director.

Management

Management roles for those looking to take the next step or gain a first management job, spanning sectors including sales, procurement, marketing and the rest of our industry sectors.

Procurement & Supply Chain

Roles from assistant to director, including bid & tender, category, contract & supply, commercial, eProcurement, logistics, and all procurement, purchasing & supply chain jobs.

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FUNDING AND ILR CO-ORDINATOR

  • BASILDON, ESSEX
  • Temporary
  • 3 weeks ago

Negotiable

Our client based in the Basildon area are seeking a temporary Funding and ILR Co-Ordinator for an immediate start. This is an ongoing position.

The main duties of the post are :

1. To contribute towards ensuring that data is complete, accurate and entered promptly

2. To keep up to date with the current funding body guidance and the funding methodologies

3. To support the Funding, Planning and Returns Manager in ensuring that the College’s manual records, registers and forms support the efficient recording and collection of all student data and comply with the requirements of funders, concentrating on high risk areas such as partnership working

4. To assist in establishing, operating and periodically reviewing an internal student records audit function, to include a schedule of audit activity

5. To liaise with the College’s internal and external auditors in relation to systems and data audits

6. To assist in the production of complete accurate and timely College data returns to the relevant current funding organisations

7. To support the management of the validation of ILR funding claims

8. Timely production of validated data to meet the other requirements of the current funding Organisations

9. To assist in the production of the HEFCE return

10. Ensure that the in-house suite of audit reports are produced and utilised to ensure the qualitative data

11. Assist the Funding, Planning and Returns Manager by liaising with curriculum staff to co-ordinate systems for planning, monitoring and evaluating their programmes

12. Use other external software to ensure integrity of data such as DSATs, FIS, LARS etc

13. To contribute to the audit of College registers to ensure compliance

14. To contribute to ensuring all government and other external returns are sent on time and to Specification

15. To assist with providing Qualification Achievement and Retention using ProAchieve or other relevant software

16. To ensure the College’s procedures and practices conform to data protection and other Legislation

17. To liaise with both internal and external stakeholders

18. To disseminate information to staff throughout the College, and to improve their understanding of its meaning

19. To support academic staff with the use of LARS/Ofqual

20. To attend meetings, representing Funding, Planning and Returns Manager as
necessary, internally and externally to the College

21. To work proactively with internal stakeholders across the College – taking initiative to resolve issues as they arise and contribute to appropriate College meetings

If you are interested in this position and have the relevant experience, please apply online or directly to vanessa.irvine@reedglobal.com

Business Support Officer

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 22 hours ago

£17,772 to £20,661 Per annum

You will be undertaking a wide range of administrative & business support duties for the Environmental Health, Waste Management and Transport service areas. This will include arranging meetings, dealing with senior stakeholders, writing letters, diary management, and speaking with people on the phone.  

Brilliant Opportunity for a Business Development/Key Account Manager!

  • SOUTHEND AIRPORT, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 22 hours ago

£25,000 to £32,000 Per annum

What does the role entail?

As a business development executive, the position will report to the Business Development Director, and will involve responsibility of working alongside product and marketing managers generating and developing new business opportunities, account managing current clients and analysing them looking for growth where possible. There is some lead generation attached to this role as well as - B2B & B2C,managing existing accounts to maximise full potential of revenue stream. An added advantage would be in the candidate has experience of building and constructing sales presentations. There is some fact to face duties that would be encouraged for this role however all face to face meetings would be with existing customers and it would be a lot more of a account manager meeting then a sales meeting. The ideal candidate would have a background in Sales, Business Development, Account Management or Recruitment.

What’s in it for you?

You will be joining a great brand working within a strong, friendly but close knit quality team, where you will be based in their new offices near Southend. As well the opportunity to work within a brilliant company with excellent culture you will be offered a competitive salary of between £25,000 - £32,000 per year with an excellent commission structure attached this would be based on your skills and experience. Our client is happy for an immediate start or a weeks’ notice.

Strategy and Commissioning Manager - Children and Young People

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 22 hours ago

£35,093 to £41,551 Per annum

A key role within that team will be the Strategy and Commissioning Manager for Children and Young People. Employed by Southend Borough Council, the post-holder will work with other members of the integrated team on a major change and development programme. This will mean working with local people, professionals and agencies to co-produce new models of care and support that can better meet needs at the level of localities of 50-70,000 people. The post-holder will need a good knowledge of Children and Young People including 0-5s to ensure that their needs are understood at a local level, and that they can shape and influence specialist services to support the locality focus. S/he will also need experience of commissioning and contract management to ensure that the re-procurement and commissioning undertaken to achieve our aims is completed professionally and gives people high quality, effective services.

Strategy and Commissioning Manager - Sexual Health, Mental Health and Learning Disability

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 22 hours ago

£35,093 to £41,551 Per annum

A key role within that team will be the Strategy and Commissioning Manager for Sexual Health, MH and LD. Employed by Southend Borough Council, the post-holder will work with other members of the integrated team on a major change and development programme. This will mean working with local people, professionals and agencies to co-produce new models of care and support that can better meet needs at the level of localities of 50-70,000 people. The post-holder will need a good knowledge of Sexual Health, MH and LD to ensure that their needs are understood at a local level, and that they can shape and influence specialist services to support the locality focus. S/he will also need experience of commissioning and contract management to ensure that the re-procurement and commissioning undertaken to achieve our aims is completed professionally and gives people high quality, effective services.

Private Sector Housing Enforcement Officer (Environmental Health Practitioner) - Southend on Sea

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Temporary
  • 22 hours ago

£23 to £25 Per hour

The Company and role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Private Sector Housing Enforcement Officer to working with the Private Sector Housing department, based at Southend on Sea Borough Council. 

Your duties & responsibilities:

• Undertake property inspections, surveys and other investigations of residential properties under housing and related legislation.
• Identify statutory overcrowding and disrepair, working with respect to empty homes and houses in multiple occupation.
• Act as an “Authorised Officer” of the Council in accordance with the Councils Constitutions
• Undertake investigations and enquiries, producing reports, work schedules or correspondence as and when required.
• Represent the Councils at Tribunals as and when required.
• Attend Court in relation to prosecutions.
• Maintain records of all duties undertaken.
• Assist other Officers in their duties, including attendance at Court.
• Work proactively with landlords and managing agents to improve awareness of housing standards.
• Take responsibility for the security and safekeeping of any personal equipment provided by the Council – i.e. Survey equipment and personal protective equipment.
• Calculating housing assistance grant/loan amounts as directed, once approved by the senior officer.
• Liaise with other officers of the Council, to ensure good performance of the department.
• Provide cover for other members of staff as required.
• Awareness of the roles of the Council, and familiarity with the roles and responsibilities of the Councils Housing Services regarding the protection of children from harm and neglect and prescription by Section 10 of the Children Act 2004.
• Undertake any other ad-hoc duties as and when required.

This role will suit you if you can demonstrate the following:
• Qualified Environmental Health Officer experience, registered with the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Registration Board.
• Certified as competent to conduct Health and Safety Rating System Surveys (HSRSS) and assessments.
• Understanding of building construction, building deficiencies and their remedy.
• Knowledge of compilation of schedules of work.
• Understanding of enforcement practices and legislation.
• Knowledge of building costs, estimating and invoicing (repairs, improvements and adaptions).
• Knowledge of housing and related legislation.
• Understanding of enforcement practice, including prosecutions and works in default.
• Knowledge of housing assistance regime and processing.
• Experience working with the general public, property professionals and related organisations and agencies.
• Processing applications for grant and loan assistance.
• MS Office skills including Word, Excel and databases and excellent keyboard skills.
• Experience of schedule preparation and assessment of estimates and costs.
• Work indoors as well as outdoors in private dwellings which may be in poor condition such as building sites.
• Be comfortable climbing ladders, scaffolding and lofts as required.
• Carry surveying equipment.
• Hold a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle for use at work.

Hours: 
Monday to Friday – 9am – 5pm
Start date and duration:
June until the end of August 2017

Working address: Southend Borough Council, 8th Floor, Civic Centre, Southend on Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER

*Please note* This role requires a Standard Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service

Senior Building Control Officer

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 22 hours ago

£35,444 to £41,967 Per annum

There are a number of large and interesting projects in the pipeline, from major residential schemes and a large seafront leisure development along with day-to-day householder projects. You will assist in the effective delivery of the Building Control function and ensure that the Council’s obligations under the Building Act and other associated legislations are administered and enforced.


 

Planner

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Temporary
  • 22 hours ago

£35 to £45 Per hour

Do you have Planning Experience within a large town? Southend on Sea is undergoing huge regeneration currently and need to recruit Planners.  Both on a Experienced and Graduate level.

To provide professional planning advice, deal expeditiously with planning applications and related matters and contribute to the achievements of targets and standards.  Providing professional support to the Area Planning Officer.  Advising external customers/applicants, clerical and technical support and enforcement officers.  Dealing with a proportion of correspondence, planning applications, informal enquiries and negotiations and appeals, including preparation of written representation statements, and attendance at Hearings. Guiding the Registration Team on requirements for descriptions, consultation, notification, publicity etc, on registering applications.  Contribution to the organisation of the Development Control Group and co-ordination with the Group Manager of Development Control on projects and duties assigned.  Preparation of reports to Committee, formulation of
conditions of approvals and reasons for refusals and presentation of reports at Committee.

Details:

Location: Southend
Salary: Dependant on skill set

If you would like to be considered for the role please apply and a REED Consultant will contact you to discuss your work history and experience.  If you wish to apply in a more discreet fashion please email you CV direct to myself on dave.brown@reedglobal.com

Structural Engineer Job

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 22 hours ago

£35,444 to £41,967 Per annum

An exciting Engineering opportunity has arisen to support the delivery of capital projects on Southend Pier.

Southend Pier is the town's historical icon as well as being the longest pleasure Pier in the world. It stretches for 1.34 miles, putting Southend on the map as well as into the record books.

Since it was built in 1830 the Pier has seen both good and troubled times. With its many changes it has evolved to meet the trends of the passing decades of the 20th and 21st centuries.

It is a true survivor, having lived through fires, boat crashes, two world wars and economic decline as well as braving the elements of Mother Nature in beating off the effects of the weather and the waves.

To ensure this listed building is protected, and capital projects are delivered appropriately, we require a qualified Civil, Marine, or Structural Engineer, with appropriate experience on coastal structures, or marine structures, and a proven track record in project management, project programming and managing projects.

Candidates must be proficient in AutoCad, and have an understanding of the difficulties working with tides. The successful candidate will have experience of managing large budgets.

The Council is an equal opportunities employer. They welcome applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief. All applications will be considered solely on merit.

If you are interested in this role, please send your CV, outlining your past experience within your engineering discipline, together with your experience dealing with marine structures, or anything similar. Please send to:- dave.brown@reedglobal.com

Adults Social Worker in Reviews Team

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£29,323 to £35,444 Per annum

Working alongside health colleagues to prevent adults from being admitted to long term residential care and supporting interdependence with the community, you will support adults and their carer’s as a ‘change agent’ to build on their strengths, assets and abilities to self-manage.

Locality Dementia Navigators

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£23,938 to £29,323 Per annum

As the local point of contact for people affected by dementia, health and social care professionals, and private and voluntary sector organisations you will provide information, guidance and support to people living with dementia and their carers including promoting frameworks of advanced care planning. You will be responsible for supporting the dementia diagnostic pathways and the overall transformation of dementia services in Southend. You will help to enhance community support through prevention, intervention, education and learning and asset based community development. This will enable the person with dementia and their carer to make informed choices and live well with dementia. This job will also help to ensure there is a widespread understanding of dementia and the appropriate support is available to meet individual needs.

Performance Analyst Officer - Southend on Sea

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 1 day ago

£29,323 to £35,444 Per annum

The Company and role
Southend on Sea Borough Council are seeking to appoint a Performance Analyst Officer to work within the department of Children and Learning. The main purpose of the role will be to Promote, develop and deliver analytical and performance functions for the Department for People, including Public Health knowledge & intelligence through the development and delivery of:

• Public health knowledge and intelligence.
• Strong planning and performance links across the Council and with partner Agencies.
• Continuous improvement in the use of performance data and statistical analysis.
• Effective systems for making statutory returns.
• Effective systems for the efficient distribution of analytic reports and other data.
• Collection and dissemination of performance data across the Department.

Applicants must have advanced knowledge of GIS - Geographic Information System

Your duties & responsibilities:
• Daily liaison with Senior Officers responsible for operational and strategic performance monitoring.
• Updating information for regular performance reporting.
• Providing support for Performance Analyst Officers for other service areas including Adults and Housing.
• Ensuring data is reliable, robust and consistent.
• Assist with development and implementation of performance targets.
• Collate, analyse and report data for statutory returns.
• Create and develop effective analysis of data using Microsoft Access and Excel.
• Assist with the development of a library of reports to enable clients to monitor their performance.
• Attend and engage in the work of corporate projects.
• Liaise with partner agencies and schools regarding performance monitoring.
• Work with partners, stakeholders on data management.
• Provide performance data required by senior officers.
• Support and provide assistance to other colleagues in the Performance team and across the department.
• Represent the Council at local, regional and national events.
• Undertake any other ad-hoc duties as and when required .

This role will suit you if you can demonstrate the following:
• Knowledge of data analysis.
• Presenting numerical information using graphical and visual methods.
• Knowledge of manipulation of data.
• Advanced IT skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Access, Excel and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
• Excellent clear and concise communication skills.
• Be an incisive and good decision maker.
• Good administrative skills and time management.
• Problem solving.
• Experience working in a healthcare related service.
• Data reporting.
• Advanced use of databases and spreadsheet applications.
• Advanced keyboard skills.
• Analytical skills.

Hours: 
Monday to Friday – 9am – 5pm, 37 hours per week
Start date and duration:
03 July 2017

Working address:
Southend Borough Council, 8th Floor, Civic Centre, Southend on Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER

 

Early Help Family Support Practitioner - Edge of Care

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

£23,398 to £29,323 Per annum

The vacancy will be located within the Edge of Care team, and will build upon the core elements of the service already in place, ensuring families access all the existing services and the Troubled Families programme. The multi-disciplinary team will be available to support families 7 days a week between the hours of 8am and 11pm, reflecting the fact that a family’s needs don’t stop outside of office hours. Workers will work side by side with schools, children’s centres, families, foster carers and their Social Workers, using proven methodologies supporting families to address issues that may result in the removal of their children.

Support Workers will be a key point of contact to asses and refer their case work appropriately through being aware of the relevant legislation and ensure the needs of the family are met. You will be in a position to have a proactive involvement in planning measurable outcomes and reaching targets through ensuring a holistic approach is taken to meet their needs through reviews, court work and liaison.
 

ERDF Grants Officer Job

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 2 days ago

£23,166 Per annum

As the ERDF Grants Officer you will confidently lead the ERDF Project’s £2.3million ‘Growth Grant Scheme’, managing relationships with public and private partners across the South East Local Enterprise Partnership area, and take full credit for the successful implementation of this exciting new scheme. The ERDF Grants Officer will be a crucial part of the Programme Management Team. You will be responsible for all aspects of the SEBB project’s ‘Growth Grant Scheme’ including liaising with the applicants, and grants panel members and reporting to the Programme Manager/Project Board on the overall performance of the grants scheme. Your job responsibilities will include devising and implementing scheme paperwork, reviewing and processing grant applications, managing the projects grant panel meetings, advising applicants on aspects of state aid & procurement policy and monitoring & forecasting the performance of all aspects of the grant scheme. You will be responsible for the management of the £2.3 million Grant Scheme budget and will adhere to excellent budget and project management practices to ensure effective delivery is achieved.
 

ERDF Grants Officer Job

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 2 days ago

£23,166 Per annum

As the ERDF Grants Officer you will confidently lead the ERDF Project’s £2.3million ‘Growth Grant Scheme’, managing relationships with public and private partners across the South East Local Enterprise Partnership area, and take full credit for the successful implementation of this exciting new scheme. The ERDF Grants Officer will be a crucial part of the Programme Management Team. You will be responsible for all aspects of the SEBB project’s ‘Growth Grant Scheme’ including liaising with the applicants, and grants panel members and reporting to the Programme Manager/Project Board on the overall performance of the grants scheme. Your job responsibilities will include devising and implementing scheme paperwork, reviewing and processing grant applications, managing the projects grant panel meetings, advising applicants on aspects of state aid & procurement policy and monitoring & forecasting the performance of all aspects of the grant scheme. You will be responsible for the management of the £2.3 million Grant Scheme budget and will adhere to excellent budget and project management practices to ensure effective delivery is achieved.
 

Registration Assistant - 0 hours *3

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

£16,491 to £20,661 Per annum

You will play a significant role in the events (weddings, ceremonies etc.) carried out by the registration service therefore providing a high level of customer care for important events is key. You will be trained in how to usher at ceremonies as well as being involved in ensuring the event runs smoothly (whether this be helping set up or clean up the venue), alongside some catering and hospitality duties to ensure all customers are satisfied with the service.

This role also includes covering some of the office administration, duties such as issuing copy certificates, booking appointments, and collating paperwork will be the main activities as well as attending promotional events. There will also be an opportunity to learn how to register a wedding and conduct a wedding to meet demand.

 

Administrator in Multi Agency and Risk Assessment Team

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 week ago

£9 Per hour

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is currently recruiting a temporary Administrator to join the Multi Agency and Risk Assessment Team within Children's Services.

The team are looking for a highly motivated, organised administration assistant on a full time, temporary basis to join this proactive department and provide the link between services and staff. This is a brilliant opportunity for someone who thrives in a busy work environment whilst supporting a hardworking team.

The Council require someone who can provide an efficient administration service with a courteous and helpful approach whilst supporting and working alongside social workers and the team managers. This may include; drafting documentation, composing routine correspondence, organising diaries and note taking. The post holder will be required to refer any issues beyond their remit to the appropriate person. Some job specific duties include ensuring efficient and effective communication between MARAC partner agencies and acknowledging High Risk referrals via secure email.

To be successful in your application you will need to be able to demonstrate strong verbal and non-verbal communication skills across multiple mediums to converse with many individuals. Also, due to continuing demands you will need to be adaptable and flexible in line with the service.

Experience in supporting a busy working environment is required, alongside knowledge of programmes, such as; Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook etc. A working knowledge of Carefirst would be advantageous as accurate record keeping is paramount to this role. Also knowledge of data protection alongside health and safety would be beneficial.

The Council is an equal opportunities employer. They welcome applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief. All applications will be considered solely on merit.

If you have the relevant skills as outlined above, and are looking for a new opportunity then please do not hesitate to apply today. If you would like more information, please email us at southend.bc@reedglobal.com. The team are looking to find the right person for the role as soon as possible.

Environmental and Green Space Project Officer

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Permanent
  • 2 weeks ago

£19,430 to £24,174 Per annum

This job will require you to coordinate and develop environmental and green space projects as well as applying for grants, sponsorships and external funding. You will be expected to promote and encourage community involvement in projects across the borough as well as supporting links with environmental groups and organisations. Projects that this team has been involved with include the Belfairs Woodland Centre, State of Nature Survey and the recent “Poppies: Wave” sculpture in Shoeburyness, which has been a real success story for the Council. An upcoming project that you will help to get funding for and deliver is the enhancement and conservation of Southchurch Hall Gardens.

Team Manager - Southend on Sea Council

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Temporary
  • 1 day ago

£21 to £25 Per hour

The Company and role
Southend on Sea Borough Council are seeking to appoint a Team Manager to work within the department of Children and Learning. 
Your duties & responsibilities:
• Be responsible for the provision of services to children and young people, ensuring that child protection enquiries, assessments and support services are consistently completed to a high standard.
• To ensure consistent interpretation of eligibility criteria and risk thresholds within the service.
• To implement service strategy and performance management processes and ensure the teams provide contribution to the overall departmental and Council objectives.
• To provide formal, professional supervision to staff, ensuring that appraisals are undertaken, identifying skills gaps or training needs, and endeavouring to provide for these.
• Monitor and report on the team’s performance, standards and quality of work to ensure that the Council complies with policy, procedures and professional standards. 
• Support staff to formulate, agree and monitor care plans for children and young people in need, being looked after or in need of protection.
• Developing effective liaison within the department, other agencies and partner organisations, collating and analysing presentation information and ensuring opportunities are taken, tackling areas of difficulty.
• Attending and representing the Council in legal proceedings.
• Actively manage representations and complaints and refer to appropriate level if unable to resolve.
• To oversee budget allocation for the team, plan expenditure following financial procures and ensure that expenditure is kept within the available budget.
• To be familiar with Equal Opportunities good practise and the Council requirements for diversity and to implement this in all aspects of working practice and promote it in the team, workplace and wider organisation.
• Provide information, reports and analysis as and when required.
• To act as a member of the management team, attending meetings and contributing to decision/policy making.
• To effectively chair a variety of meetings, conferences and reviews as and when required.
• Deputise for the Service Manager as and when required

This role will suit you if you can demonstrate the following:
• Recognised Social Work qualification and registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC)
• Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulation and key government initiatives.
• Detailed knowledge and understanding of the framework for the assessment of children in need and their families and other social work tools.
• Knowledge of the principles of performance management.
• Knowledge of equal opportunities issues in relation to staff and client management.
• Experience at Senior Social worker level in Children’s Social Work services for families with varying needs and complexities i.e. front line duty team, continuing care & court work, children with disabilities.
• Experience of multi-disciplinary integrated working.
• Contribution to other professionals learning & staff supervision.
• Must be able to visit locations within the Borough easily and travel outside the borough using public transport.
• Valid driving licence and car available for business use.

Hours:
Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week

Start Date and Duration:

June – 29 September 2017

Working address:
Southend Borough Council, 8th Floor, Civic Centre, Southend on Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER

Adult Social Care Finance Officer

  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX
  • Contract
  • 1 day ago

£19,430 to £24,174 Per annum

The aim of this post is to reassess all of our non residential clients to ensure that we have current accurate financial assessments ahead of the main system by the use of the stand alone module. This will ensure that non-residential services assessments and billing are completed efficiently and income is collected as expected within 2017/18 financial year.  

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