Complaints & Enquiries Officer - Greenwich Borough Council
|Job Title:||Complaints & Enquiries Officer - Greenwich Borough Council|
|Salary:||£15.25 - 15.25 per hour|
|Contact Name:||Nanayaw Kyeremeh|
|Job Published:||14 days ago|
The Royal Borough of Greenwich Council - Complaints & Enquiries Officer
Location: Birchmere Business Centre, Eastern Way, Thamesmead, Greenwich, SE28 8BF
Contract: Initial six-month contract to 17th July 2021 with possible further extension.
Hours: Full Time – Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Payrate: £15.25 an Hour
Logging and tracking responses on member’s enquiries, complaints and FOI’s and sending approved responses out.
Ensuring that responses are within the target timescales and reporting to SMT.
Candidates must have:
Good written skills – able to write letters and other resident communication clearly without use of jargon
Good telephone skills – able to communicate effectively and active listen
Empathy – ability to handle complaints and complaint calls with empathy and professionally
Main duties and responsibilities:
Responsible for the effective day to day delivery, review and monitoring of the Directorate’s complaints process.
Developing and improving the processes where appropriate and delivering regular training to DRES Senior Managers.
Prepare and present reports regularly to the Directorate’s Senior Management Team and other senior managers to assist in the evaluation of complaints to
improve and manage service delivery across the Directorate, proposing improvements and solutions as appropriate.
Responsible for liaising with Members , senior managers and Corporate Members Support staff in administering and responding to all Member / MP/ Ombudsman correspondence and enquiries received in DRES,
ensuring that correspondence is dealt with by deadlines.
Drafting responses on behalf of the Director of Regeneration Enterprise and Skills and Assistant Directors,
drafting and collating responses from a number of other Directors where necessary.
Responsible for monitoring whether response to complaints and enquiries are provided in accordance with the agreed timescales, proposing solutions,
improvements to procedures and taking appropriate action where timescales are not complied with.
Act as responsible officer in DRES for Freedom of Information and Data Protection requests. Logging and processing requests in accordance with the agreed procedure.
Providing advice on the legislation and guidelines, drafting responses, chasing responses where necessary and monitoring response times.
Identifying exemptions, liaising with senior managers in Legal Services and other departments and drafting responses on behalf of the Director and senior management.
Responsible for ensuring that enquiries and complaints from members of the public referring to service delivery are dealt with appropriately either verbally or in writing,
drafting and collating responses from a number of departments where necessary.
Liaise with government departments, council departments, other boroughs, external agencies, local groups and residents on a diverse range of enquiries and issues.
Responsible for collating and analysing data, producing and presenting regular monthly and quarterly reports on high level MP, Member and Public enquiries,
Freedom of Information and Data Protection request and complaints monitoring information.
Compiling and analysing data on enquiries and complaints performance information across the Directorate for the corporate centre.
Acting as the contact for both internal and external service enquiries to the Directorate including public callers and those generated from the Council website.
Responsible for inducting and training staff and managers across the Directorate in the operation of complaints / enquiries and Freedom of Information enquiry procedures.
Maintain an up-to-date knowledge, interpret and provide proactive input and advice to corporate reviews of complaints, enquiries and FOI procedures.
Prepare reports and briefings to Members and senior management as required based upon a meaningful analysis of data and assessment of related policy implications.
Maintain a sound knowledge of policy, regulations, central government and regional agency requirements for performance data relating to complaints, enquiries and FOIs.
Work in partnership with other council services, external partners, London wide organisations and government bodies on matters relating to complaints, FOIs and archiving.
Responsible for developing, reviewing and administering the Directorate’s archiving arrangements and day to day liaison with directorate staff and managers of the off- site archiving service.
Responsible for coordination, monitoring and allocation of invoices and budget monitoring spend on archiving.
Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer.
To discuss this vacancy or other vacancies in your area please contact Nana Kyeremeh on 0208 514 9137 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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