Regeneration Project Support Officer

Contract type
Post number
Strategic Growth and Regeneration
Civic Centre and some remote working
£25,991 to £26,963 per annum
37.5 per week (banking 30 minutes per week to be used during the shutdown at Christmas and New Year)
Closing date
Interview date
To be confirmed

We are looking for a motivated Project Support Officer to join the Regeneration Team to provide administrative, invoice & finance processing and organisational support to the delivery of a variety of projects from large scale developments to town centre initiatives.

The team has a large and exciting agenda, delivering the Regeneration priorities of the Council across the town. The work is fast paced and involves activities across many different projects, often with competing deadlines. The successful applicant will be comfortable working as part of a team but also able to work on their own initiative to prioritise workload to meet deadlines. 

The role will be fully supported by the Project Management Office (PMO) Supervisor & Regeneration Programme Management and will assist with compliance, audit and governance procedures across all programmes of delivery and be part of the important project assurance functions.

Ideally you will have organisational, financial, and administrative experience in a busy environment, used to prioritising your activity and will be confident working with a range of colleagues both internally and externally.

You may be required to work outside of office hours such as evenings and weekends to carry out and support consultation events.

This role would suit someone wishing to develop a career in Project and Programme Management and development and training will be provided to the successful candidate.

For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Suzanna Wood, Regeneration Programme Manager (PMO), on 01279 446448


Our policies support our employees by enabling a positive work/life balance including flexible working where possible.  In addition to this, the Council offers many excellent employee benefits which include, pension scheme, generous annual leave entitlement, health and wellbeing initiatives, employee assistance programme and development opportunities.

Harlow Council is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  People with disabilities will be offered an interview where they meet the Essential Criteria on the Employee Profile.

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To apply, please email your completed application form to 

You will need to send your application form as an email attachment, rather than providing a link to a cloud-hosted document like Google Drive or OneDrive. 

You can also collect and submit application forms in person at the Civic Centre. 

Please note Harlow Council does not accept CVs.

We also have a Word version of the job application form