Our client are a national organisation known for delivering contracts focused on disadvantaged and marginalised groups throughout England. Having already over 40,000 people into employment through these programmes and will support many more over the coming years.

Job Title: Engagement Officer
Location: West London
Contract Type: Permanent

An expanding company is seeking a home-based Engagement Officer to join its team based in London.

The company`s Welfare to Work division has supported tens of thousands of unemployed people into sustainable employment across the UK. It manages three `Work Programme` contracts on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions and 5 European Social Fund 14-20 programmes too, supporting people to overcome their barriers to employment.

As the Engagement Officer, your duties will be to:

- Identify and maintain relationships with referral organisations to generate referrals. Including JCP, Boroughs, other statutory partners and community and voluntary organisations.
- Work closely with new referral sources to agree on referrals processes.
- Undertake/attend engagement activities such as jobs fairs and community events to identify/generate suitable referrals.
- Undertake the initial eligibility and referral appointment, including completing ID checks and relevant paperwork.
- Work with subcontractors to enable smooth handover of customers once the initial appointment has been completed.

To be a successful Engagement Officer you will have the following skills and experience:

- This role is home based; however, the successful candidate must be able to travel extensively within West London and also attend meetings in Victoria.
- Experience in previous stakeholder or partnership engagement roles.
- Excellent planning and organisational skills.
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
- The ability to work within a target driven environment
- Ability to work closely with a networked team, sharing information to benefit the contract as a whole, whilst also being autonomous and organised in order to plan and manage your individual priorities.

In return, the Officer will receive a salary of £22,000 - £25,000 per annum.

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