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Thames Valley Berkshire LEP is recruiting a Minutes Taker

Salary: £25,000 full-time equivalent

This is a part-time role across approximately 5 flexible hours per week

 This post is dependent on renewable grant funding from government, currently secured until March 2020

Are you an experienced minute taker with knowledge of reporting systems and meeting administration?

Do you want to join a small team at the centre of fast-moving economic policy?

If so we want to hear from you…but first have a look at our web site: www.thamesvalleyberkshire.co.uk

Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Ltd is leading the implementation of a Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) for the Thames Valley Berkshire area. We need a Minutes Taker to take responsibility for attending and taking minutes of all meetings, and circulating in a timely manner to adhere with our Assurance Framework.

Working with the whole team and across the scope of the LEP, we need someone who can learn quickly and work within the parameters of busy programmes generated by publicly funded economic growth activities.

The candidate should be able to handle multiple tasks, have excellent written and analytical skills, be able to precis a large quantity of information into compliant minutes that record fact, decisions and provide a transparent audit trail of LEP activities and decision-making.

In addition, they should be able manage their time effectively and interact with all stakeholders, from government representatives to directors and Forum representatives.

As this is a new role, the exact hours and working arrangements will be agreed on appointment and reviewed during the initial six months of employment.

If you wish to apply for this position, please send your CV/Profile and a one-page summary of your reasons for wanting to join us, to abby@thamesvalleyberkshire.co.uk by 10am, on Thursday 28 November 2019.

Closing date: 10am, Thursday 28 November 2019

Interview: w/c 2 December 2019

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