Regeneration job description

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Urban regeneration has been one of the success stories of the 20th century, and has continued on well into the new millennium. It has brought economic success to businesses of all sizes, while providing local residents with a much better standard of living. Therefore, positions working in the sector are highly-sought after, from higher-level management positions to entry-level office staff
Executive positions can be highly-lucrative, providing that regeneration directors can show a continued track-record of developing community partnerships, as well as showing excellent leadership skills. Communications officers can put these partnerships into practice. This position is suitable for those with a marketing background, keen on working closely with local residents
There are also entry-level positions in marketing and PR, as well as other administration jobs, such as support assistants. Given the range of positions available in the sector, salaries can vary widely. However, those working in regeneration earn around £37,500 on average. Those working in finance and human resources tend to earn the most.


Regeneration is a big area that has to do with project development related to physical and social components. Some of the people working on this sector are regeneration officers. They are required to help local groups to start projects of regeneration, by advising them on funding. Other duties related to their job are to arrange training schemes for groups that want to start a business, encouraging them to take up external funds for their projects in order to develop their ideas.

Regeneration officers usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Advising people on business projects.
• Encouraging external fund options.
• Contacting external organisations.
• Creating training schemes.
•   Promoting tourism.


• Having competent IT skills.
• Being able to motivate others.
• Having good networking abilities.
• Having interpersonal abilities.
• Having good negotiation skills.
• Being able to manage budgets.
• Having organisational skills.
• Having competent math skills.
• Being able to work to strict deadlines.
• Having good written and spoken communication abilities.


Regeneration does not have a specific set of academic qualifications for application process. Social studies, education and housing are some of the most suitable degrees for this area. Another path for this sector is to have a Higher National Diploma or Higher National Certificate in a relevant subject for this job.

Job placements inside this area are not recommended for graduates who are searching for their first job because many cases require several years of relevant experience in private or public sector.

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