Community Support Services Facilitator

  • Job Reference: PEO/0822/30597
  • Date Posted: 2 August 2022
  • Employer: Rutland County Council
  • Website: https://www.rutland.gov.uk/
  • Location: Oakham, Midlands
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £19,650 to £20,043
  • Bonus/Benefits: LGPS Pension contributions
  • Sector: Administration
  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Duration: Permanent

Job Description

Do you want to make a difference? We are looking for an experienced Administrator to support a team of hardworking professionals support members of our Rutland community with care and support needs.

About you…

  • A strong, organised Administrator, able to multi-task and work to tight deadlines
  • Have strong IT skills with experience of using computer systems and able to extract data and collate for reports
  • Have experience of data entry; filing; scanning documents and raising purchase orders
  • Able to order and maintain stock as advised by the Team Manager
  • Have good communication and interpersonal skills

About the role…

The CSS Facilitator will provide support to the Community Care Services team with day to day admin tasks, enabling them to focus on their core, customer-facing role. Duties will include:

  • Assisting with budget processing and maintenance of reports
  • Assisting with payroll processing
  • Dealing with external and internal queries and messages
  • To assist with the collation and monitoring of information associated with the Council's Performance Indicators

At times you will act as the first point of contact for the team and service users.

As the CSS Facilitator we want you to make your mark, and to be the best you can be.  We want you to find quicker and slicker ways to deliver processes, whilst keeping a close eye on detail and accuracy. Excellent customer service will be at the heart of what you do.

Whilst the base for this post is Oakham, Rutland, the Local Authority offers a hybrid working practice.

The successful CSS Facilitator will be subject to an enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The costs for the DBS are paid by us.

The CSS Facilitator interviews will be held during August 2022.  We will be reviewing applications on a regular basis and inviting those who meet our essential person specification criteria to interview. If you’re interested in this role, we strongly encourage you to apply without delay.

 

Our offer to you:

We are committed to supporting and empowering our staff to be the best workers that they can be and that Rutland Council is the place you want to be.    Our benefits go beyond the salary – being part of a great team, excellent Local Government Pension, generous annual leave, opportunities to learn and develop your career, and a demonstrable commitment to supporting the health and wellbeing of our staff.

 

FIND OUT MORE

To learn more about working with us visit https://jobs.rutland.gov.uk or if you have any queries about this role please contact Tammy Thurley, Team Manager Community Care Services on 07973 854359 or email: tthurley@rutland.gov.uk  

 

HOW TO APPLY

Click on the apply button which will redirect you to the Jobs Go Public (JGP site) where we handle all of our vacancies.  If you already have a JGP account you will be asked to login, or alternatively if you don’t have an account you will be guided through the set up process.   Access to an account is necessary as all updates regarding your application will be sent via the JGP site to the email you have registered.

If you are experiencing problems or have any queries about the application process please call us on 01572 720965 or email us at recruitment@rutland.gov.uk

All recruitment correspondence, including interview details, will be sent out via email from the Jobs Go Public site. If you require documentation/correspondence in an alternative format, please contact the Recruitment team.

Rutland County Council is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  Everyone at Rutland County Council has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults and for ensuring that they are protected from harm