Transformation Programme Officer

Aylesbury, England
£29473 - £40578 per annum
23 May 2018
20 Jun 2018
Buckinghamshire Council
Job Type

About us

The CHASC Transformation Programme is delivering Buckinghamshire County Council's Better Lives Strategy - the new Adult Social Care Strategy.

About the role

Located in the CHASC Transformation Team, the Transformation Programme Officer will be responsible for managing key projects and providing support across the wider programme as well as providing programme support to one of the tiers in the programme.

In this role, you will be working across the breadth of Adult Social Care and potentially the wider Health & Social Care System; and engaging with colleagues at all levels.

This role is offered as a fixed term contract/secondment until January 2020 on a career grade Range 6 - 8, subject to experience and skills. Please note there are now 2 posts available.

If you are selected for interview, you will also be required to complete a practical desk exercise.

Other information

Where our roles are customer-facing and you are required to speak to members of the public, the ability to converse at ease with customers and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the role.

Our values

Ambitious. Accountable. Caring. Collaborative.

Our values are what make our culture at BCC unique and we expect all our people to live them in their approach. Ambitious. We want people with a strong desire and determination to succeed. Accountable. Our people take pride in owning actions and decisions. It's all about using our resources wisely and recognising that the public money we use is all going towards a better future. Caring. We're people, working for people. Being caring, kind and supportive is intrinsic. Collaborative. Working in a team, sharing ideas and knowledge only means positive things. By creating more effective solutions together, we are able to deliver better outcomes to the county as a whole.

About the Business Unit

Adult Social Care has never been so important. That's why we focus on prevention; ensuring that in our communities, elderly, disabled and vulnerable residents are continually safe and able to live the lives they want. It takes innovative and strong people to help us achieve our vision. Those who are ready to help shape the future and investment of our services, who have the ambition to take control and get jobs done. Looking out for our communities is number one. And it's something we're proud to do.

We recognise and reward you

Hard work and success deserves recognition. That's why we pride ourselves on the benefits we give our people. Everything from a good work-life balance and flexible working to discounted public transport and sports centre membership.