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Job Vacancy - Monitoring and Appraisal Officer

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CNet, Carlisle Business Centre, Bradford Council and the Bradford Central Local Action Group (LAG) have been awarded European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) to deliver the Community Led Local Development (CLLD) Strategy for the Bradford area. This will bring up to £6 million to support the regeneration of the Manningham, City and Great Horton wards, focusing on the 20% most deprived areas within these wards, through delivering a 5-year strategy and overseeing activity that creates a healthy and resilient local economy.

CNet are looking to recruit a Monitoring and Appraisal Officer to join the Bradford Central CLLD Programme.

Monitoring and Appraisal Officer | Starting salary (SCP 26) £23,398 pro rata per annum | 21 hours per week.

As Monitoring and Appraisal Officer you will be responsible for providing CLLD programme monitoring including the design and development of a project appraisal system to support project assessments. You will also provide support to groups/ organisations to deliver projects and activities as per contracts as well as contribute to the delivery of financial and physical programme indicators by meeting monitoring and claims targets.

We are looking for someone who has experience of working with external funders in the monitoring and evaluation field, has data management and collection skills, analytical and research skills, good report writing skills, is proficient in Microsoft applications and who has good time management & organisational skills, including working to deadlines.

A job description and person specification can be downloaded below along with an application form. Alternatively download an application pack from the CNet website www.cnet.og.uk or contact saima@cnet.org.uk or telephone 01274 305045.

This post is part funded by European and Structural Investment Fund (ESIF).

Closing date for applications is Monday 14th of May 2018, 5pm.
Interviews
will take place Friday 25th of May 2018.

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