- Local government officers are responsible for the development and execution of council policies and procedures, as well as ensuring that local services are delivered effectively.
- Assisting in the formulation, planning and monitoring of policies and procedures.
- Coordinating the implementation of council decisions and circulating reports to those affected.
- Providing support and guidance to the elected workforce, for example to cabinet or local committees.
- Coordinating communication strategies, including publications and departmental websites.
- Arranging and servicing meetings.
- Researching, preparing and writing up reports and briefing papers.
- Liaising with other council departments, such as finance or marketing.
- Liaising with external partners and agencies, including private and voluntary sector organisations, contractors and other local authorities.
- Coordinating departmental and corporate plans.
- Monitoring and reporting on performance and quality issues, ensuring value for money.
- Managing and evaluating projects.
- Organising and collecting data for external inspections, including evidence of compliance with legislation.
- Providing information, advice and guidance on policy and performance.
- Working with members of the public, councillors and other stakeholders, presenting information at meetings when required.
- Dealing with enquiries and giving advice.
- vising and managing staff.
- Providing support and a strategic steer to the management team relevant to your specific area.
- Developing and promoting a policy and performance framework, which contributes to the operational and strategic functioning of the department.
- Coordinating responses to national and local consultations on specific policy areas, such as education.
- Municipal Clerks
- Administrative Officer(IAS)
- Communications Officer
- Corporate Officer
- Departmental Officer
- Postal Clerk
- Public Affairs Coordinator
- Public Relationship Officer
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