Neighbourhood Coordinator

Expiring today

Addenbrooke House
From £35,745 to £38,890 per annum.
19 Nov 2021
29 Nov 2021
Job Ref
Job Type
Community safety
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
Flexible hours

Neighbourhood Coordinator

2 year fixed-term contract

Grade: NJC PO6 (£35,745 to £38,890 per annum)

This is an exciting opportunity to support the delivery of the Council’s priorities by working with Council services, partner agencies, Elected Members, Town and Parish Councils, local businesses and residents within key target areas across the Borough, ensuring that residents have the necessary skills to take an active role in improving their local area to create Safer Stronger communities.

  • To facilitate partnership working to deliver neighbourhood management initiatives working alongside local people, businesses, community and voluntary groups, increasing residents’ satisfaction levels with the neighbourhoods that they live and work in.
  • To act as a first point of contact for people who have concerns about local issues, particularly those that are having a detrimental effect on their quality of life.
  • To influence private, public and voluntary sector providers, together with other stakeholders to align their activities, priorities and budgets to deliver the priorities in the Neighbourhood action Plan.

The post holder will need an excellent understanding of the stages involved in Asset Based Community Development and how this can be applied locally.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Melanie Tolhurst 01952 383840 (

Telford & Wrekin Council is a Co-operative Council, which means we are working together with our residents, partners and local organisations to collectively deliver the best we can for Telford and Wrekin with the combined resources we have.

As a member of the pioneering Co-operative Councils Network, we aim to:

  • Bring together and improve services
  • Involve local people and employees more in the planning and running of services  
  • Encourage people to do more to help their own communities

We serve a population of 170,000 people and our population is younger than the national average. Our borough is predicted to grow in the next 13 years - adding nearly another 30,000 people. We are investing in growth in the borough, and this presents an opportunity to attract new businesses – our Southwater development reflects some of our aspirations and regeneration.

We deliver a diverse range of services to all our communities and we are constantly aiming to improve the quality of these. To do this, we want to recruit enthusiastic individuals who are determined to succeed in their careers, to help us to achieve and maintain our goals and high standards.

See the Job Description and Person Specification for more information about the key requirements, skills and experience preferred for the role.

Sorry, CVs will not be accepted.

We are committed to equality and diversity. Posts working with children or vulnerable groups will be subject to an appropriate criminal records check.

Supporting documents
Job Description and Person Specification

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