Systems Development Graduate Intern

18000.00 - 20000.00 GBP Annual
14 Sep 2020
21 Sep 2020
Contract Type
Full Time
The Organisation:

The Graduate Intern will join Sunderland City Council on an initial fixed term basis, working within the Public Protection and Regulatory Services Team, to provide a range of Project Office support that assists with transformational change across the organisation. Sunderland City Council and the University of Sunderland have a strong working relationship and the Council has provided a number of Graduate Interns with Graduate Level experience to help launch their careers. Sunderland City Council is ambitious, welcoming and is looking for an exceptional candidate, who can successfully contribute to the delivery of wide-ranging projects within the Regulatory Services team.

The Role:

To provide business process assistance to the Regulatory Compliance Officer to support the development of redesigned customer journeys and streamlined business processes as part of a transformational business operating model project.

The successful candidate will:

1. Provide day to day support to assist in the delivery of the Report, Request, Deliver it Project.

2. Update and develop under supervision case management and workflow systems based on improved business processes and undertake reviews to enhance streamlining to deliver improved customer and staff journeys.

3. Create performance reports using bespoke tools and Microsoft Access reports.

4. Deliver specific project activities including improved information advice and guidance for customers.

5. Assist with workshops and meetings including arranging; co-facilitating, capturing outputs and developing documentation.

6. Undertake research and analyse information to enable recommendations to be based on qualitative and quantitative data.

7. Record, manage and report on the progress of projects using excel and other bespoke tools.

8. Undertake project specific activity such as project and resource planning using appropriate software

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To Apply:

Early application is encouraged
Please submit a comprehensive CV and Covering Letter within one document, ensuring to include the reference number UNI/AM/438 via the 'Apply Now' section below.

The deadline for applications is Midnight on Sunday 20th September 2020.
Please ensure you give a detailed account of your skills and experience and how you meet the stated criteria of the position