Technical Assistant

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Finance & Operations

Technical Assistant                                                                                                                                         Ref: H233
Up to £22,564 to £25,636 (Including London Fringe Weighing)
37 Hours per week


Dacorum Borough Council is committed to working in partnership to create a borough which enables the communities of Dacorum to thrive and prosper. Since 2012 we have delivered over £6 million of savings while also increasing performance and satisfaction across key services. We have an ambitious regeneration programme and for the first time in over 20 years we have been building our own houses. We are in an enviable location just outside the M25 and only a 27 minute train journey from Central London.
With continued pressure on services and decreasing funding there are still tough challenges ahead. But with those challenges comes a great opportunity for our officers to add real value to our Council by creating services that are innovative, cost-effective, and tailored to the needs of our residents.

The Council is now looking to recruit a Technical Assistant in Environmental & Community Protection.

You will provide technical and administration support to the Environmental & Community Protection Department on a range of projects, you will be responsible for; using IT and web systems to produce analysis reports in order to monitor employee workloads and the needs of the services as well as offering a good level of customer service to the residents of Dacorum.

You will have the ability to plan, prioritise and manage your workload efficiently, possess good organisational, analytical and research skills, be an effective communicator and have a good understanding of customer service issues.

As the successful candidate you must have a positive attitude to change and be keen to work in a busy team. You will be highly motivated and be expected to deliver against a challenging work plan.

A check will be undertaken with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly Criminal Records Bureau) to ensure that the successful candidate for the above post has no relevant convictions.

Closing date: Wednesday 23 May 2018

Interview date: Week commencing 4 June
 

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Finance & Operations

Technical Assistant                                                                                                                                         Ref: H233
Up to £22,564 to £25,636 (Including London Fringe Weighing)
37 Hours per week


Dacorum Borough Council is committed to working in partnership to create a borough which enables the communities of Dacorum to thrive and prosper. Since 2012 we have delivered over £6 million of savings while also increasing performance and satisfaction across key services. We have an ambitious regeneration programme and for the first time in over 20 years we have been building our own houses. We are in an enviable location just outside the M25 and only a 27 minute train journey from Central London.
With continued pressure on services and decreasing funding there are still tough challenges ahead. But with those challenges comes a great opportunity for our officers to add real value to our Council by creating services that are innovative, cost-effective, and tailored to the needs of our residents.

The Council is now looking to recruit a Technical Assistant in Environmental & Community Protection.

You will provide technical and administration support to the Environmental & Community Protection Department on a range of projects, you will be responsible for; using IT and web systems to produce analysis reports in order to monitor employee workloads and the needs of the services as well as offering a good level of customer service to the residents of Dacorum.

You will have the ability to plan, prioritise and manage your workload efficiently, possess good organisational, analytical and research skills, be an effective communicator and have a good understanding of customer service issues.

As the successful candidate you must have a positive attitude to change and be keen to work in a busy team. You will be highly motivated and be expected to deliver against a challenging work plan.

A check will be undertaken with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly Criminal Records Bureau) to ensure that the successful candidate for the above post has no relevant convictions.

Closing date: Wednesday 23 May 2018

Interview date: Week commencing 4 June
 

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