- Cunninghame House, Friars Croft, Irvine, KA12 8EE
- £36,028.44 - £39,408.39 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
Interviews will be held 18th October 2021.
During Covid-19, we are taking the opportunity to work in different ways and this includes how we continue to undertake our interviews. We are using Microsoft Teams to progress with interviews virtually and all you need is a device with a camera and access to the internet. We will provide guidance and instructions on how to use this method if your interview is being held virtually.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Corporate Policy & Performance Officer within North Ayrshire Council’s Corporate Policy, Performance & Elections Team. You will be educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant discipline with a working knowledge of performance management. As a Corporate Policy and Performance Officer you will be part of a dynamic team ensuring our Council meets its statutory obligation of Best Value and will be central in ensuring robust and transparent performance management. This includes researching different types of performance information and using it to drive improvements for the people of North Ayrshire. You will contribute to the development of corporate policies and strategies and be responsible for producing a wide range of informative and engaging performance reports for internal and public use.
Before you apply, find out a little bit about us and why we are a Great Place to Work.
Staff Values & Behaviours
North Ayrshire Council uses behavioural based approach throughout the recruitment process. Our staff values of Focus, Passion & Inspiration will be explored for this vacancy.
Further information on our Staff Values how to complete behaviour based application form questions is available on the Council’s website.
For your information if this post requires references you will be notified of further details if you are successful in gaining an interview. Not providing relevant references when requested may delay the outcome of the interview process.