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APCC Policy Officer - Environment and Sustainability

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners has an exciting opportunity for a policy specialist to work with us for an intensive 6-month period to shape and support the launch of a new APCC environment and sustainability portfolio.

You will play a critical role in the establishment of the APCC’s work on the environment and sustainability, including developing and delivering an action plan and launch event, building a national network of PCCs, and mapping best practice across England and Wales.

Salary: £32,000 to £38,000

Full-time for six months, with possibility of extension. Secondment or fixed term contract.

Location: We are currently working remotely. Going forward, the postholder could be based in our London Westminster office and/or work remotely. There will be some travel involved in the role.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact: marcus.roberts@apccs.police.uk

All those wanting to apply should send a copy of their CV and a covering statement setting out how they meet the requirements in the JD and person specification. Applications will close at 5pm on Friday 30 April and should be submitted to pmolloy@ifteam.co.uk

Download the job description and person specification

Head of Strategy - Gwent OPCC

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent is seeking a Head of Strategy.

• Are you a dynamic and self-motivated individual?
• Looking to join a professional and motivated team?
• Have excellent experience of working in partnership with public, third and voluntary sector?

As Head of Strategy you will lead on the implementation of strategic priorities set out in the Police and Crime Plan. Ensure an outcome-focussed approach to performance monitoring. Build and make new relationships with Gwent Police and a wide range of partners across all sectors. This is a key role and requires applicants with a high level of partnership experience, who think strategically, and have an ability to communicate complex issues clearly. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to positive outcomes for communities and victims of crime, as well as influencing offender strategy.

Salary: £45,996 - £49,182

Full job description and how to apply is available on the Gwent OPCC website.

Closing date: Thursday 22 April.

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