Corporate Planning Officer – Part Time
Salary: £28,804 – £31,675 Per Annum FTE
Planned start date: ASAP
We’re building thriving communities as one of the UK’s largest housing groups and a leading developer of affordable housing.
We believe everyone is entitled to a good home they can afford, in a place they are proud to live. More than 100,000 people live in our homes.
If you want to experience work that’s truly rewarding, join us. Because when we achieve together, customers and communities thrive.
Work for Orbit. Believe in people.
In this role you will need to support the Corporate Performance & Planning Manager in developing an effective performance management framework, aligning performance reporting from various internal teams you will also need to assist with the delivery of our performance reporting assurance processes and policy review activities. This is a part time position for 21.75 hours per week with a part time salary of £17,282 – £19,005.
This role is part of Corporate Services where you’ll help us give colleagues the support they need to be brilliant.
What you’ll achieve
You will work with the Head of Policy & Standards and Corporate Performance & Planning Managers that annual corporate planning cycle key dates are planned and met and produce timely and accurate narrative performance reports and presentations.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- Support plans to ensure Orbit is operationally ready for any regulatory changes
- Coordinate and project manage the production of corporate plans and annual reports
- Assist the Corporate Performance & Planning Manager in delivering an effect performance management framework
- Work with both the Policy & Standards and Corporate Planning Teams to deliver Orbit’s KPI and Policy assurance activities
- Be the first point of contact for operational teams in reviewing their KPI definitions, targets and tolerances
- Regularly review the presentation and formatting of management information reports
What you’ll bring
To be successful in this role of Corporate Planning Officer you will need to be an excellent communicator and have proven experience working with a range of internal and external stakeholders. You will need to be self motivated and have the ability to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines.
- Experience using Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Powerpoint and database systems
- A level standard or equivalent in English and Maths
- To be able to analyse and interpret performance management data
- Experience presenting conclusions and recommendations to key stakeholders
- First class organisational skills
Choosing us means being rewarded in every sense.
Here’s what you can expect to enjoy with us.
A rewarding experience that works for you
We strive to create an inclusive experience with benefits and wellbeing programmes designed to help you, and your loved ones, to thrive. For a better work life balance, we offer flexible working opportunities for many roles.
A place to progress
From training programmes to professional qualifications, we provide opportunities to learn and develop at every stage of your career. Whether you’re a student, graduate or experienced professional we’ll support you to grow.
For leaders, our tailored development journeys are designed to stretch and strengthen your leadership skills. As well as practical training, we give you access to renowned business schools and experiential programmes for greater breadth and depth of learning.
A purpose to feel proud of
We’re proud to make a difference to people together. We’re values-driven with a commercial focus on performance – because the more profit we make, the more we can achieve for people.
What brings us together is a passionate belief in progress and people.
Read more about the values and purpose that drive us on our careers website.
How we hire
We aim to make our hiring process simple and fair:
- Online application
- Decision and offer
We put the safeguarding of our customers, colleagues and contractors at the heart of everything we do and as such, certain roles will be subject to a DBS check.
How to apply
Please apply via the link provided
Application deadline: Mon, 2 Oct 2023
More about Orbit Group
Orbit was established in 1967 by two people on a park bench, contemplating how to tackle homelessness. Five decades on, we are one of the largest builders of affordable homes, placing customers and communities at the heart of what we do. Today, over 100,000 people live in an Orbit home and our aim is to ensure the homes we provide and the places we create are good quality, affordable and safe. We also play an active part in the neighbourhoods where we work, supporting local economies and social activity within communities.