SEC - Technical Services Officer

Recruiter
Optivo
Location
Sittingbourne, Kent
Salary
£39,462 plus car allowance
Posted
08 Apr 2019
Closes
28 Apr 2019
Seniority
Officer
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Organisation Type
Housing association / RP

SEC – Technical Services Officer, South East Consortium, Sittingbourne 

Salary up to £39,462pa depending on experience and qualifications + bonus + car allowance 

21 – 36 hours per week: please state on application 

The South East Consortium (SEC) is a not for profit organisation delivering procurement solutions to the public sector.

We’re looking to fill a brand new role – Technical Services Officer. The role exists to support our growing number of customers with the work they do pre-tender.  You’ll be talking to various Housing Associations & Local Authorities about their specifications and pricing models – making sure these are fit for purpose and achieve best value.  

You’ll have an understanding of Asset Management in housing and the importance of procurement. You’ll be self-motivated and have an eye for detail.  You’ll also have strong analytical skills and be able to engage with Clients at all levels. You’ll need to be flexible and prepared to travel to meet Clients and Framework Contractors. 

As part of your application, you will be required to submit a personal statement that outlines what you can bring to this role. This will be a crucial part of the assessment regarding the short-listing process. 

This is a unique opportunity. We’re looking for the right person who’ll work with us to continue to grow our business.  We’ll look at applications from individuals looking for either full or part time work.  We’re also happy to hear from you if you’re working towards a recognised professional qualification. 

Our planned date for interviews is Wednesday 8th May PM. 

If you are thinking of applying we recommend that you contact David Ashby, Technical Services Manager to find out more about the role – SEC (07969 534791). 

Equal Opportunities

At Optivo our aim is to have a diverse and inclusive workforce where people are respected for who they are. We embrace and celebrate cultural diversity in the workplace and value the strengths it brings us as an organisation. We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with respect irrespective of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity/paternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. We treat everyone we house, serve, employ and work with fairly and expect and encourage others to do the same.