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Policy and Strategy Intern

Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 per year
Contract: Full-time for six months, with possibility of a further extension

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) – the national membership organisation for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and their equivalents - has an exciting opportunity for a policy and strategy intern to join our busy team for an initial six month period to gain experience working with PCCs at the heart of Westminster.

You would have a particular responsibility for supporting the Political Group for our Conservative PCCs. This is a ‘politically restricted’ role, and you would provide logistical and analytical support to the Conservative group, while not contributing directly to party political activities. We anticipate that there will also be excellent opportunities to get involved in APCC work on policy areas in policing, criminal justice, and community safety.

We believe this is a rewarding and exciting role and provides an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience for a public service career, working with an experienced policy and public affairs team in a high profile, fast moving environment. You will need to be a quick learner, who is well organised, has excellent communications skills and the ability to work to deadlines in a busy environment. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

We are based in London, with opportunities for remote and flexible working

For more details please download a job description and person specification. And, an informal discussion about the role, please contact: marcus.roberts@apccs.police.uk

Applications will close at 12am on Friday 15 October and should be submitted to pmolloy@ifteam.co.uk alongside a cover letter (no more than 2 A4 sides) explaining why you feel that you are a good candidate for this role.

APCC is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

Chief Executive Officer - Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner

Salary - £89,319.00

Working for the Police and Crime Commissioner as Chief Executive Officer, on a full time, permanent basis during an exciting period of change is a fantastic opportunity for an exceptional team member to make a real difference to the communities of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

You will support the PCC's vision by setting the strategic direction for the OPCC, delivering an efficient and effective police service for the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Adopting the role of Monitoring Officer, you’ll maintain our high professional standards by ensuring ongoing compliance with financial and legal requirements, in line with legislative frameworks and governance. This will include overseeing contracts and tendering processes, information management and managing strategic risk.

Closing Date: Thursday 30th September 2021 at 23:55
Interviews are provisionally set to take place in October/November 2021 

To find out more about the role, visit the Leicestershire OPCC website

For more information, please contact Mrs Lizzie Starr 0116 2226191

Chief Finance Officer - Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner

Salary - £61, 875 - £70,761

This is a unique opportunity to join the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire as their Chief Finance Officer, on a full time, permanent basis, during an exciting period of change.

Working alongside Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, you will provide strategic financial direction, advising on key areas of policy and practice, and leading on the delivery of the Commissioner’s key priorities and plans.

Utilising your extensive knowledge and experience of financial planning, budgets, statutory accounting and risk management, you’ll be managing the OPCC budget, ensuring appropriate financial standards and processes are in place to maintain compliance with statutory, legislative and financial frameworks.

Closing Date: Thursday 30th September 2021 at 23:55
Interviews are provisionally set to take place in October/November 2021.

To find out more about the role, please visit the Leicestershire OPCC website

For more information, please contact Mrs Lizzie Starr on 0116 2226191

 

Vacancies at the Office of the Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner

Reviews and Complaints Officer 

Salary: £33,618 - £36, 359

The Leicestershire OPCC is looking for a Reviews and Complaints Officer to join the team to help with the coordination and process of reviews for public complaints.

Working closely with the PCC you will make recommendations on each case ensuring that lessons are learnt and best practice is fed back to the force.

Closing date: 8th October at 23:55

For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Leicestershire OPCC website.

 

Digital Media Officer 

Salary: £29,793 - £31,725

You will manage the OPCC social media accounts, developing content to grow the number of followers and interactions.

Working with the communications team you will raise awareness of the PCC's work, successes and promote the achievements of our organisation.

You will help to develop the force’s use of digital technologies to enhance workforce awareness and morale, public consultation and engagement activity.

Using your experience, you will create graphics for use in social media and edit digital material for use on social media channels.

Closing date: 30th September at 23:55

For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Leicestershire OPCC website.

 

Events and Visits Officer 

Salary: £29,793 - £31,725

As the Events and Visits Officer you will be working to deliver events and visits and will be the first point of contact for any communications to do with events.

You will be an outstanding communicator and have a creative approach to engagement. Using your innovative ideas and skills you will be able to plan and deliver large events, including the setting up and operating of technology.

This role will require you to work out of hours and at weekend when needed.

Closing date: 30 September at 23:55

For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Leicestershire OPCC website.

 

Research Officer

Salary: £26,865 - £28,725

You will be part of a small team undertaking research in support of the development of policy, reports and briefing notes to the PCC and their office, particularly in relation to the contents of the Police and Crime Plan.

Using your communication skills, you’ll be dealing with people at all levels across the organisation, communicating confidently and asking challenging questions.

You will apply intelligence data to produce objective, comprehensive, clear and timely analysis of force performance reports to support the PCC in their duty of holding the Chief Constable to account for the performance of the Force.

Closing date: 30 September at 23:55

For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Leicestershire OPCC website.

 

Performance and Assurance Officer 

Salary: £26,865 - £28,725

You will be providing accurate information and analysis that will support the delivery of the Police and Crime Commissioners Plan.

Using your skills within an analytical or research environment you will provide information to help draw conclusions and recommendations as well as influencing the decision making within the team.

You will attend meetings with partners and stakeholders to maintain effective relationships and to enable you to deliver, design and evaluate the programme of activity by which the Police and Crime Commissioner holds Leicestershire Police accountable for.

Closing date: 30th September at 23:55

For more information on the role and how to apply, visit Leicestershire OPCC website.

 

Chief Constable - Avon and Somerset Police

Mark Shelford, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset, is in need of a new Chief Constable who can lead the force, create a vision, and set a culture that builds public and organisational confidence. This will be accomplished by delivering a professional, effective and efficient police service.

The new Chief Constable will be vital in delivering the Police and Crime Plan’s priorities and objectives and, to do this, the successful candidate will need to be strong, resilient and dynamic.

Mr Shelford wants a leader who is able to inspire their workforce and can meet the needs of difference communities across this geographically diverse area. He is keen to attract a varied field of robust and innovate candidates and encourages any eligible Chief Officer to consider applying.

For further details of the application and recruitment process, visit the Avon and Somerset OPCC website.

The closing date for applications is 12noon on 27 September 2021.

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