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Policy and Strategy Intern - Excellence in Policing Group

Salary: £20,000 - £22,000

Contract: Full-time, six months (from September 2022 - March 2023, with the possibility of a further extension)

Location: Westminster, London (with option for hybrid working)

The APCC is offering an exciting opportunity for a graduate to join our policy and strategy team as an intern for an initial six-month period.

This role offers an opportunity to gain experience in the heart of Westminster, working with Police and Crime Commissioners and to develop your policy, communication, and organisation skills.

You would have responsibility for supporting work within the Excellence in Policing Group, providing administrative and policy support, with guidance and support from senior staff. This would include, preparing briefings and agendas, carrying out research, and arranging meetings and events.

More information is available in the full advert, and please see the following link for further details about the job description.

Closing date: Monday 15 August (at 10.00am)

West Midlands OPCC - Accountancy Assistant

Salary: £23,331 – £26,565 (depending on experience)

Contract: Full-time, permanent

Location: Hybrid working with the expectation to attend Lloyd House, Birmingham, B4 6NQ, two days a week

The Violence Reduction Partnership is an alliance of organisations working together to reduce violence within the West Midlands, which is seeking an Accountancy Assistant.

The successful candidate will be working with the multi-agency partnership team that is hosted by the West Midlands PCC. The role involves providing support to the finance function within the VRP by maintaining financial administration and control, including by preparing journals and reconciliations, data checking, correcting and basic analysis, preparation of statutory returns and monitoring the accounts payable function.

For more information and details about how to apply, please visit the OPCC's website.

Closing date: Friday 19 August (at 12 noon)

Communications & Engagement Manager - Thames Valley OPCC

Salary: £46,622 per annum, plus benefits

Contract: Fulltime. Permanent 

We are looking for a skilled and enthusiastic Communications and Engagement Manager for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner who will give their all in a fast paced and enjoyable role.  A communications professional to the core, you will be tasked with promoting the Police and Crime Commissioner’s work which has a wide scale and hugely positive impact on communities across the Thames Valley. You will lead on PR for the Police and Crime Commissioner, supporting his response to public and media comment in what is a high profile role.  You will lead a team of Communications experts and drive the PR agenda for the Office in this position.

For more information and details about how to apply, please visit the TVP recruitment website

Closing date: Sunday 21 August 2022

Digital Communications & Marketing Officer - Merseyside OPCC

Salary: £26,865 to £31,725

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, innovative individual to join their small team as a Digital Communications and Marketing Officer.

The ideal candidate will have excellent digital and video production skills, creativity and a flair for telling a good story to help us deliver the PCC’s key messages.

Closing date: Thursday 25 August 2022

For more information and how to apply, please visit: Digital Communications and Marketing Officer: Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner (merseysidepcc.info)

Avon and Somerset OPCC - Senior Scrutiny and Assurance Manager

Salary: £41,517 - £49,134 (depending on experience)

Contract: Permanent, full-time

Location: Hybrid approach incorporating home and office-based working

The Avon and Somerset OPCC is seeking a Senior Scrutiny and Assurance Manager to support the PCC in holding the local force to account in their provision of an effective and efficient police service. 

The role will involve managing a high quality, customer-focused service to members of the public contacting the PCC, and supporting the PCC in discharging statutory functions, including regarding complaints, FoI requests and DSAR and Misconduct Hearings and Police Appeals Tribunals. 

For more information about the role and details for how to apply, please visit the Avon and Somerset OPCC's website.

Closing date: Monday 5 September (at 12 noon)

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