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The Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) is an alliance of organisations working together to reduce violence within the West Midlands. They are seeking a Programme Coordinator to join the Unit, hosted by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone passionate about violence reduction and prevention, with experience of coordinating projects or programmes within a grant funded landscape. You should have extensive experience in supporting business transformation projects in multi-agency partnerships in either the statutory or voluntary sector, and be able to demonstrate ability to work with project leads to track progress, identify risk and opportunities.
This role is a fixed term contract ending 31 March 2022.
Closing Date: 12 noon Friday 18th June 2021
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The PCC is seeking an exceptional and proven leader who will build on past successes, deliver the priorities as set out in his Police and Crime Plan, and drive the Force towards being ‘outstanding’.
From the PCC, the successful candidate will have a partner who will provide challenge, direction and support. Together, the PCC and the Chief Constable can tackle not only, the things that matter to local residents, but also, the complex and high harms that drive demand. As Chief Constable, you will be expected to further develop the shared culture of innovation and transformation.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria as outlined within relevant guidance, and the PCC’s preferred candidate will be subject to a Confirmation Hearing of the Police and Crime Panel.
This is a fixed-term appointment, and the salary, benefits and allowances on offer are in accordance with the provisions of relevant Police Acts, Regulations and Determinations.
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Please register your interest with the PCC’s Chief Executive, Simon Bullock, in the first instance on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01202 229082.
Closing date: 28 June 2021 at midday.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is looking for a dynamic leader with a far-sighted strategic vision and inspirational leadership skills as his Chief Constable; a special person with the ability to manage, motivate and innovate in equal measure.
Working closely with Senior Officers and the Police and Crime Commissioner, it will be essential to build positive and productive relationships with the workforce, stakeholders and local communities, and lead the delivery of policing for communities within the Dyfed Powys area.
You will deliver creative policing approaches sensitive to our diverse rural and urban populations whilst recognising the cultural and linguistic differences of the area. You will visibly engage with the workforce, partners and local communities to ensure the Force is fit for purpose and delivering positive results.
Salary: £131,823 to £161,115 plus relocation and benefits
Closing date: 6th July 2021
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