Project Administrator - Community Safety (Housing)

Location
Birmingham (across multiple sites)
Salary
£16,210 per annum pro rata
Posted
19 Feb 2021
Closes
19 Mar 2021
Ref
TPGRI585489
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Part Time

Project Administrator - Community Safety (Housing)
Birmingham (across multiple sites)
£16,210 per annum pro rata
Position Type: Part Time - 23 hours
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract for 12 months

Are you an experienced Project Administrator, a self-starter that can successfully build external partnerships and coordinate project actions under pressure?                                                                                                                                                                        
If yes, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to join Pioneer as a representative for Birmingham Social Housing Partnership a body for Registered Providers operating across Birmingham.
 
As Project Administrator Community Safety, you will be working to manage, develop and deliver work ensuring registered providers and partners are able to effectively reduce harm and improve community safety policy and practice in Birmingham.
 
The Role:
 
You will build successful projects and partnerships with the Police, Local Authority, Registered Providers and other stakeholders
You will build capacity with members and partners to improve community safety through training, briefings and projects
You will co-ordinate action around specific cases, community safety concerns and engagement with key stakeholders
You will contribute to building a strong and value-driven partnership
 
The successful candidate will:

Be a self-motivated problem solver
Have the skills and approach to help build partnerships and networks 
Experienced in gathering and sharing key information
Create and maintain good practice between partners
Be organised and have strong administration skills
Have the ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines whilst maintaining customer excellence
Have the ability to deal with face to face, telephone, email communication
Have the ability to develop and maintain manual and computerised filing systems
Resilient
Be familiar with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and Outlook
Have the ability to maintain positive working relationships with staff and managers at all levels
Ideally have a good working knowledge and or keen interest and or studying in social housing, crime and disorder act and community safety and ASB
Ideally have experience of working in public sector, housing or third sector organizations
 
The 23 hours are to be worked in an agile way over Monday – Friday.

In return, Pioneer offers an attractive benefits package.