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INVITATION TO TENDER: HEALTH & WELLBEING PILOT SCOPING

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Part-funded by the European Social Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Programme 2014-2020 in England

About D2N2

D2N2 is the Local Enterprise Partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire (D2N2 LEP). Our vision is a more prosperous, better connected, and increasingly resilient and competitive economy. resilient and competitive economy. 

Employment and skills are a cornerstone of the D2N2’s Strategic Economic Plan (2014-2023, http://www.d2n2lep.org/write/Documents/D2N2_SEP_March_31st.pdf) and we are committed to increasing the number of jobs within the economy and ensuring that our businesses can access the skilled workers they need, both now and in the future and to support people in D2N2 to move into and progress within the labour market.

As part of the ESIF 2014-2020 European Social Fundal Fund programme the D2N2 LEP was allocated £96.3m.  Throughout 2016 and 2017 the LEP has committed funding of £35.5m to procure a range of employment, skills and social inclusion programmes. Details of our current ESF programmes can be found at: http://www.d2n2lep.org/write/Documents/ESIF/ESF/D2N2-ESF-Programmes-2015-to-2018.pdf.   

The D2N2 LEP is now looking to procure programmes which are in line with the D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), ESIF Strategy, Skills and Employability Strategy and Social Inclusion Framework.  To enable D2N2 and the ESF Technical Assistance Programme to inform the design and specifications for future programmes the D2N2 LEP require an evidence base to inform solutions and decisions as to how future money is allocated, spent, and commissioned for social inclusion, employment and skills provision in the D2N2 area with the overall aim of creating a workforce that has the skills required in its current and future economy.

The D2N2 Technical Assistance (TA) Programme is a partnership initiative between Derby City Council (DCC), D2N2 LEP, Derbyshire County Council, EMFEC and Nottingham City Council to champion excellence in the delivery and management of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) applications across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The Programme has been part funded by European Social Fund (ESF)

Purpose of the Contract

The overarching aim of this work is to identify opportunities to maximise and capture the potential for health and wellbeing interventions to generate economic benefits.  

This work will support D2N2 and the ESF Technical Assistance Programme to provide a detailed insight into current investment models for health and wellbeing delivery (both mainstream and third sector investment/delivery) and how this investment might be aligned with ESF to deliver and capture greater opportunities for the local economy.  In particular priority outcomes include those that deliver improved wellbeing of the existing workforce to the benefit of the SME business-base, support people from health-related benefits towards work, improve local development or supply of the health workforce or build capacity to join up existing services and activity.  The findings will be used to inform future D2N2 strategy and commissioning.

Proposal

The D2N2 LEP wish to appoint consultants to undertake the following:

·         To undertake research to identify all significant current investment mechanisms that fund local activity related to:

o   Health, wellbeing and social care workforce development;  

o   Reducing dependency on health-related benefits and;

o  Improving the overall health of the local workforce

·         To identify which of the above investment mechanisms/funds may be eligible match funding to ESF

·         To gather feedback from at least 10 organisations working across each of the above themes (therefore min 30 in total) on how added economic value could be achieved. Organisation should be drawn from across both statutory, public, VCSE and, potentially, private sectors.  Participants should also reflect both national and local investment and delivery models, mainstream and alternative provision.   Respondents must include current providers of all Building Better Opportunities and the INSPIRE Local programme across D2N2.

·         Investigate specifically the opportunities to improve local added value in relation to:

Theme

Example local delivery

Health & Social Care Workforce Development

-       Local supply of developmental skills pathways for the H&SC workforce;
-       Coordinated learning and support pathways for people with no or limited existing qualifications;
-       Skills support to access new and technology-enabled roles within the health and social care workforce;
-       Best practice in non-clinical employment practice (particularly in social care);
-       Work with schools to improve perceptions of health and care as an employment sector;
-       New models of social care workforce and delivery.

Reducing dependency on health-related benefits

-       Use of personalisation as a means to access/sustain work;
-       Holistic support programmes that address multiple barriers/issues;
-       ‘Mini job’ matching opportunities for people with limited work capability;
-       Improving access to supported work/work trials.

Improving the health of the local workforce

-       Reducing incidences of sickness absence;
-       Reducing long-term sickness rates;
-       Better HR practice that improves working environments reduces stress and allows long term condition management;
-       Focus on lower value, lower paid employment sectors;
-       Management of stress, anxiety and mental health at work;
-       Flexible recruitment practice.

This list is not exhaustive

·         To identify gaps within existing LEP and mainstream provision in relation to activity that would:

o   Support growth of / supply flow into the health and social care workforce locally;

o   Support individuals to move sustainably from health-related benefits to work;

o   Improve the overall health and wellbeing of the D2N2 workforce and;

o   Deliver additional economic benefits as yet unidentified.

·         To identify relevant good practice examples from elsewhere in England that can support effective planning and delivery in D2N2

·         To make recommendations on the scope, deliverables and potential outputs / outcomes for a number of Health & Wellbeing pilot projects across the D2N2 LEP area focussed on the themes above.  

·         To recommend methods for procurement, delivery models and evaluation of pilot programmes.

Overall Project Requirement and Outputs

·         Desktop research

·         Stakeholder engagement and interaction plan

·         Copies of questionnaires and analysis gathered

·         Final report and presentation to the LEP governance

Reporting

The contract will be managed by the D2N2 LEP. Regular and informal fortnightly feedback on the status of this contract will be required to be submitted.

Criteria for Selection

The main criteria for assessment will be: 

·         Demonstrating how the consultant will undertake this project including engagement with stakeholders and the proposed interventions as a means of gaining the feedback. 

·         Demonstrating the delivery of the project impartially and being inclusive to all stakeholders involved.  

·         Deliverability and commitment to fit with the tender timescales.

·         Understanding of the D2N2 LEP Strategic Economic Plan, Skills and Employment Strategy, Social Inclusion Framework and existing strategic methodology of the D2N2 ESIF programmes.

·         Demonstrating awareness of how ESF funding can be used to promote activity with aligned health and work outcomes; including opportunities for match funding.

·         Understanding of the local area and knowledge of the stakeholders listed to get buy in to providing effective input and feedback.

·         Existing experience of gathering feedback and of analysing the data.

·         Existing experience of interpreting the data and producing a comprehensive and easy to read report.

·         Understanding of the current and changing social inclusion, employment and skills landscape and the potential impact of the new Work and Health Programme across D2N2.

·         Understanding of the changing Health & Social Care investment and delivery landscape.

·         Evidence value for money. 

·         Evidence additionality / added value. 

Timescale

Specification issued: Monday 28th June 2017 

Deadline for return of tender by:12.00pm, Monday 24th July 2017 

Contract Awarded: Friday 28th July 2017

All contract outcomes to be delivered by: Friday 15th September 2017 

Project Management

The contractor will liaise closely with the project manager, who will have responsibility for day-to-day management of the contract. 

Confidentiality

All data and records are to be kept confidential and the contractor shall not disclose any of the data to any other person, other than directed by the project manager.

Contract Amount

The D2N2 LEP are looking to commission this work for a total value of £8,000.  

Payment and Contractual Arrangements

The agreed fees will be paid on full completion of the contract.  Payment will not be made until the D2N2 LEP is satisfied all work has been completed in line with the specification.

Contact:  Rachel Quinn, Active Engagement Officer

Rachel.quinn@d2n2lep.org, Tel: 07551 124225

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Building Better Opportunities Stakeholder Manager (x4 positions)

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These posts will be funded by the European Social Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Programme 2014-2020 in England

Would you like a chance to give something back to the local community? Do you want to make a difference to partnership and the communities of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire? If you do then read on ………

East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) provide support and advice to businesses across the three counties from main offices in Derby, Nottingham, Leicester and Chesterfield along with a number of local delivery offices.

East Midlands Chamber is a partner in the People First Alliance; delivering the BIG Lottery’s Building Better Opportunities Fund in the D2N2 LEP area. This exciting programme aims to combat the root causes of poverty, promote social inclusion, challenge long-term unemployment and empower socially excluded people. This project is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.

As a committed and motivated individual can you help us deliver the programme?

BUILDING BETTER OPPORTUNITIES STAKEHOLDER MANAGER (x4)

Salary: NJC Scale Point 42-44 (£36,937 – 38,789)

Full time, £36,937 - £38,789 per annum

Fixed term until 31st October 2019

1. Why the post exists

The Building Better Opportunities (BBO) Stakeholder Managers will contribute to the overall success of the BBO Programme in D2N2 by engaging and working collaboratively with a range of Public, Private and Third Sector stakeholders to ensure the Programme is effectively delivered across D2N2.

Coordinated by East Midlands Chamber as the central host organisation, posts will be based within the four upper tier Local Authorities (City & County Councils), the BBO Stakeholder Managers will play a vital role in raising awareness of the programme, by promoting effective operational and strategic links and sharing of best practice, with the aim of embedding all three BBO Pathways across D2N2, to ensure a seamless service.

Existing employees of participating local authorities are eligible to apply under secondment arrangements.

2. Ideally applicants will possess:

Experience at management level, of successful stakeholder engagement and a thorough understanding of high-level relationship management techniques

Proven ability to form effective working relationships with a range of senior Public, Private and Third Sector strategic and delivery stakeholders, within a complex partnership framework

Experience of influencing public policy and delivery models and shaping system change

The ability to work within a Social Inclusion and/or Employment & Skills related environment

Outstanding interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, in order to maximise the success of Programmes/Contracts

Experience and understanding of ESF and/or Big Lottery Funded Programmes and/or the protocols associated with Government funded provision

For other essential requirements please refer to the application pack and person specification.

3. Benefits

  • 25 days holiday per year plus bank holidays
  • 8% employer pension contribution
  • Health cover and death in service benefit
  • Additional day off for your birthday

If you have an enthusiastic approach to your work and feel you could make a significant contribution to our organisation, we would like to hear from you.

For further information please click here or to apply for this job please go to the Job Vacancies section of our website www.emc-dnl.co.uk. Alternatively please contact our HR department on 0333 320 0333 or email completed application forms to recruitment@emc-dnl.co.uk

The Job description and person specification can be downloaded here and the application form can be downloaded here.

The completed application forms need to be returned electronically by Midday on Monday 10 July 2017.

Interviews for all posts will take place on the 25 and 27 July 2017.

East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

ESF Technical Assistance Consultancy Work

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Part-funded by the European Social Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Programme 2014-2020 in England

About D2N2

D2N2 is the Local Enterprise Partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire (D2N2 LEP). Our vision is a more prosperous, better connected, and increasingly resilient and competitive economy.

Employment and skills are a cornerstone of the D2N2’s Strategic Economic Plan 2014 -2023, (http://www.d2n2lep.org/write/Documents/D2N2_SEP_March_31st.pdf) and we are committed to increasing the number of jobs within the economy and ensuring that our businesses can access the skilled workers they need, both now and in the future.

As part of the ESIF 2014-2020 European Social Fund programme the D2N2 LEP was allocated £96.3m.

Throughout 2016 and 2017 the LEP has committed funding of £35.5m to procure a range of employment, skills and social inclusion programmes. Details of our current ESF programmes can be found at: http://www.d2n2lep.org/write/Documents/ESIF/ESF/D2N2-ESF-Programmes-2015-to-2018.pdf.

The D2N2 LEP is now looking to procure programmes which are in line with the D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), ESIF Strategy, Skills and Employability Strategy and Social Inclusion Framework. To enable D2N2 and the ESF Technical Assistance Programme to inform the design and specifications for future programmes the D2N2 LEP require an evidence base to inform solutions and decisions as to how future money is allocated, spent, and commissioned for social inclusion, employment and skills provision in the D2N2 area with the overall aim of creating a workforce that has the skills required in its current and future economy. The D2N2 Technical Assistance (TA) Programme is a partnership initiative between Derby City Council (DCC), D2N2 LEP, Derbyshire County Council, EMFEC and Nottingham City Council to champion excellence in the delivery and management of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) applications across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The Programme has been part funded by European Social Fund (ESF).

Purpose of the Contract

The overarching aim of this work is to improve the alignment between the supply of skills in D2N2 and employer demand by making the skills system more responsive, ensuring young people and adults are better informed about skills needs and ensuring all our young people have the opportunity to acquire the skills and aptitudes they need for work and for them to gain work which leads to a career.

This work will support the D2N2 and the ESF Technical Assistance Programme to provide a detailed insight into the effectiveness of existing provision across the D2N2 area and highlight opportunities for further improvement. The findings will be used to inform future D2N2 strategy and commissioning.

Proposal

The D2N2 LEP wish to appoint consultants to undertake the following:

  • To produce an evidence base through a range of interactions, including face-to-face interviews, telephone interviews and surveys, with a variety of stakeholders who have a vested interest in the current ESF 2014-2020 programme being delivered across the D2N2 area.
  • To gather feedback from all 13 of the prime contractors delivering the ESF programmes across social inclusion, employment and skills. Feedback should be focussed around the match of need to activity being delivered through the current programmes, and how and what changes could / should be made to future programmes whilst retaining a fit with the D2N2 Skills and Employability Strategy and D2N2 Delivery Principles. Details of the prime contractors will be provided by the D2N2 LEP to the successful consultant. It is envisaged these interactions will be face-to-face.
  • To gather feedback from local authority stakeholders within D2N2 - including Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, at least 3 district authorities from D2 and 3 district authorities from N2. Feedback should be focussed around the strategic fit of the current programmes and the three open calls currently being procured, and how and what changes could / should be made to future programmes whilst retaining a fit with the D2N2 Skills and Employability Strategy and D2N2 Delivery Principles.
  • To gather feedback from at least 10 providers across D2N2 who are not part of the supply chain to deliver the current ESF programmes. The providers need to be from across D2N2 (a mix of urban and rural) and a mix of social inclusion, employment and skills projects. Feedback should be focussed around the procurement process, and also capture the strategic fit of the current programmes, and how and what changes could / should be made to future programmes whilst retaining a fit with the D2N2 Skills and Employability Strategy and D2N2 Delivery Principles.
  • To gather feedback from at least 20 different employers who have accessed a D2N2 ESF programme (employers need to be from across D2N2 (a mix of urban and rural), have engaged with projects from across social inclusion, employment and skills themes). Employer details need to be sourced from the prime contractors. Feedback should be focussed around existing deliverability and outcomes of the existing project, and how and what changes could / should be made to future programmes whilst retaining a fit with the D2N2 Skills and Employability Strategy and D2N2 Delivery Principles.
  • To gather feedback from at least 40 different beneficiaries who have accessed a D2N2 ESF programme (beneficiaries need to be from across D2N2 (a mix of urban and rural), across social inclusion, employment and skills projects and include provision from both prime contractors and delivery partners). Beneficiary details need to be sourced from the prime contractors. Feedback should be focussed around existing deliverability and outcomes of the existing project, and how and what changes could / should be made to future programmes whilst retaining a fit with the D2N2 Skills and Employability Strategy and D2N2 Delivery Principles.

The evaluation of the programmes needs to capture:

o   The usefulness of the pre-events to potential bidders.

o   The effectiveness of local activities which have supported collaboration and partnership working (between stakeholders and providers). And what in the future could be done differently or introduced.

o   What improvements and or changes can be applied when procuring and commissioning the future programme (2018-2020).

o   The usefulness of the local information contained in the specifications and how this could be changed.

o   The appetite and or availability of match funding to support the future programme (eg where opt-ins may not be available).

o   Gaps, strengths and weaknesses in current provision at individual programme and overall programme level. What these are and what changes can be incorporated into the future programme, including the added value they would bring.

o   Capture information relevant to urban and rural needs.

o   Significant under or over provision against any identified delivery objective/target beneficiary group.

o   Changes nationally / locally and the impact on future commissioning these may have, and what measures the D2N2 LEP should take in view of future procurements and commissioning.

Overall Project Requirement and Outputs

Stakeholder engagement and interaction plan

Copies of questionnaires and analysis gathered

Final report and presentation to the LEP governance.

Reporting

The contract will be managed by the D2N2 LEP. Regular and informal fortnightly feedback on the status of this contract will be required to be submitted.

Criteria for Selection

The main criteria for assessment will be:

Demonstrating how the consultant will undertake this project including engagement with stakeholders and the proposed interventions as a means of gaining the feedback.

Demonstrating the delivery of the project impartially and being inclusive to all stakeholders involved.

Deliverability and commitment to fit with the tender timescales.

Understanding of the D2N2 LEP Skills and Employment Strategy, and existing strategic methodology of the D2N2 ESF programmes (eg gateways and pathways).

Understanding of the local area and knowledge of the stakeholders listed to get buy in to providing effective input and feedback.

Existing experience of gathering feedback and of analysing the data.

Existing experience of interpreting the data and producing a comprehensive and easy to read report.

Understanding of the current and changing social inclusion, employment and skills landscape.

Evidence value for money.

Evidence additionality / added value.

Timescale

Specification issued Monday 19th June 2017

Deadline for return of tender by 12.00pm, Wednesday 28th June 2017

Contract Awarded Friday 30th June 2017

All contract outcomes to be delivered by 31st July 2017 

Project Management

The contractor will liaise closely with the project manager, who will have responsibility for day-to- day management of the contract.

Confidentiality

All data and records are to be kept confidential and the contractor shall not disclose any of the data to any other person, other than directed by the project manager.

Contract Amount

The D2N2 LEP are looking to commission this work for a total value of £6,000.

Payment and Contractual Arrangements

The agreed fees will be paid on full completion of the contract. Payment will not be made until the D2N2 LEP is satisfied all work has been completed in line with the specification.

Contact

Katrina Woodward, Commissioning Manager Skills & Employability

katrina.woodward@d2n2lep.org

Tel: 07990 002757

D2N2 LEP – Board Member positions (July 2017)

The D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership is seeking applications for two vacant positions on its Board.

Candidate Brief

Introduction

D2N2 is the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. LEPs are locally-owned partnerships including local authorities and businesses, higher education, further education and the voluntary and community sectors, and play a central role in deciding local economic priorities and undertaking activities to drive economic growth and create local jobs.

D2N2 is the fifth largest of the 38 LEPs in England, covering an area with a population of more than two million people and an economic output of around £44 billion GVA (Gross Value Added) (source ONS report, February 2017).

Goals include creating 55,000 additional private sector jobs in the D2N2 LEP’s area by 2023. Our vision is of a more prosperous, better connected, and increasingly resilient and competitive economy. We are currently refreshing our Strategic Economic Plan in the context of the Government’s Industrial Strategy but our current purpose is to support and encourage economic growth in D2N2. Our ambition is to be one of the most respected LEPs, known for our professionalism and effectiveness.

We hope that you will take this opportunity to join other high-profile and respected business leaders, local authority leaders and representatives of the higher education, further education and voluntary sectors from across the D2N2 area, and we look forward to seeing your application.

For more information about who is on the D2N2 LEP board, go to www.d2n2lep.org/about/board

Job Description – Board Members

Role of Board Members

  • Provide strategic input to the Board on driving the growth of the D2N2 LEP area’s economy from a private-sector perspective.
  • Actively seek to promote the interests of the LEP at key opportunities to influence Government and business, with the broad aim of securing investment in the D2N2 LEP area.
  • Contribute to and promote an informed view of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the D2N2 area’s economy.
  • Contribute to the further development and help to drive implementation of the LEP’s business plan, addressing the key priorities for economic growth.
  • Contribute to the further development of the LEP’s strategy and governance, in particular in the context of the implementation of the D2N2 Growth Deals and the emergence of new opportunities from the Government policies.
  • Champion the work of the Board, its objectives, outcomes and results to relevant partners, organisations, networks and business organisations.
  • Adhere at all times to high standards of ethics and governance in public life.

Experience and Attributes

Board Members must be able individually to demonstrate the following:

  • A clear strategic vision, excellent communication and leadership skills, and a demonstrable understanding of the drivers of economic prosperity.
  • Significant experience of leading a successful business based within the D2N2 area in one of the key sectors, to demonstrate credibility and achievement as a driver of private sector growth in the D2N2 area.
  • Well-connected, with demonstrable links with other businesses and organisations.
  • Preparedness to assume leadership roles on specific issues by agreement with the Chair to help drive work forward across the Partnership between formal Board meetings.
  • Commitment to serve for up to three years at regular LEP Board meetings, other events and to champion the work of the Local Enterprise Partnership.

Time Commitment

It is anticipated that Board members will on average be asked to contribute one to two days per month to fulfil this role, for which expenses only will be available.

Timetable for Application

The closing date for applications is 12noon on Tuesday 4 July, 2017. It is anticipated that those shortlisted will be invited for discussions with LEP Board members in early to mid-July.

Applications should quote the reference PR/DR/9578* and should include:

  • A CV
  • A covering letter of no more than two pages in length outlining how your experience and networks would benefit the LEP, paying particular attention to the ‘Experience and Attributes’ criteria as outlined above.

All applications will be acknowledged. Please submit your application as follows:

  • By email (preferred) to sally.hallam@d2n2lep.org
  • By post marked ‘Strictly Private and Confidential’ to: David Ralph, Chief Executive of the D2N2 LEP, 8 Experian Way, NG2 Business Park, Nottingham NG2 1EP

For any initial enquiries in confidence, please contact Office Manager Sally Hallam on 0115 957 8250 or alternatively email: sally.hallam@d2n2lep.org

D2N2 Senior Manager - Growth Deals and Capital Programmes

Salary:

Salary circa £48,000 - £55,000

Location:

Nottingham

Apply To:

East Midlands Chamber

Commerce House

Millennium Way

Dunston Road

Chesterfield

S41 8ND

Telephone:

0333 320 0333

Closing Date:

26-Jun-17

D2N2’s target is to support the creation of 55,000 new jobs in D2N2 by 2023. The majority of these jobs will be in the private sector but it is currently refreshing its Strategic Economic Plan in line with the emerging Industrial Strategy. Its vision is of a more prosperous, better connected, and increasingly resilient and competitive economy. Its purpose is to support and encourage economic growth in the D2N2 region.

Following the production of its Strategic Economic Plan in 2014, D2N2 LEP has secured 3 Growth Deals. D2N2 has a strong track record of delivery of its Growth Deals and also oversees delivery of the Nottingham and Derby Enterprise Zone and has secured significant Growing Places and other funding to support the growth of local businesses, and works closely with central Government on the key priorities of a European Investment programme and delivering the D2N2 Growth Hub. D2N2 also has leads the East Midlands HS2 Executive.

The LEP has been integral to the establishment of the Midlands Engine, covering the nine LEPs across the Midlands and has worked closely with local and national politicians on Devolution. We have also recently started the review of our Strategic Economic Plan.

D2N2 staff are hosted by the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce and uses offices based in Nottingham, Derby or Chesterfield. Working with the Chamber and other business organisations forms an integral component to delivering economic, transport and housing priorities in the East Midlands working closely with neighbouring Local Enterprise Partnerships.

1. Why the post exists

Following a senior management review last year, the development of a new business plan and further Growth Deal funding in the Autumn Statement, this post has been created to both strengthen the senior leadership of the LEP by clarifying roles and responsibilities and provide additional capacity to the D2N2 LEPs development. It provides an outstanding and exciting opportunity for the right individual.

2. The key areas of responsibility

The key areas of responsibility are set out in the job description and they will form part of the D2N2 Senior Management Team.

The person specifications sets out the key competencies and requirements for the role.

3. Ideally, applicants will possess

Significant experience of delivering partnership led economic development, building effective relationships with the central and local Government and private sector particularly in property and effective programme and project management. You will need to demonstrate both commercial and political acuity.

Applicants will need to have a can-do attitude with a leadership style, communication, resilience and presence to negotiate effectively with a broad range of stakeholders in both the public and private sector.

You should be able to show effective programme management skills and recognise the need to be fair, open and transparent in all delivery.

If you have an enthusiastic approach to your work and feel you could make a significant contribution to our organisation, we would like to hear from you.

Download an application

Download the job description and person specification

Alternatively, please call HR department on 0333 320 0333 or e-mail recruitment@emc-dnl.co.uk  for a recruitment pack quoting reference HR/GDCP.

Closing date for applications is noon on Monday 26 June 2017 with interviews in early July. CV's are not accepted unless accompanied by the application form.

East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire) is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

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