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An exciting 12-month secondment opportunity, or fixed term contract, has arisen at the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners for a Head of Communications and Public Affairs.
The successful candidate will lead the APCC communications and public affairs team developing and delivering a proactive communications and public affairs strategy and implementation plan. You will line manage the APCC Communications and Public Affairs team and deliver a variety of high quality and professional communications products and services; forge strong and effective relationships with a senior stakeholders across policing and Criminal Justice, Parliament, the media and more widely and act as a member of the APCC Senior Management Team.
Applications close on 5pm Wednesday 2nd September.
An opportunity has arisen in the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for two new Senior Commissioning and Policy Officers to lead on and deliver a range of commissioning, policy and partnership work. Current areas of focus include reducing reoffending and criminal justice. The PCC chairs the local criminal justice board and is the national deputy PCC lead for criminal justice and these roles will be pivotal in supporting this work, addressing some of the significant and complex issues in these areas and building strong working relationships with senior colleagues to develop effective multi-agency solutions. As such experience working in these areas would be desirable.
The closing date for these vacancies is 11 August 2020.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) at the heart of Westminster (and virtually) in our busy policy team. The APCC is the national membership organisation representing Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), deputy mayors and other local policing bodies. We support PCCs to provide national leadership and to drive strategic change in policing, criminal justice, and community safety.
We are seeking a Policy Support Officer to work with our busy APCC policy team. You will play a critical role in the team, supporting PCCs and the Senior Policy Managers by undertaking research and analysis, tracking down data and information, drafting briefings and other policy documents, helping to develop policy positions and advice and building your knowledge of key policing issues.
This is a rewarding and demanding role, and an excellent opportunity to gain experience working with policy professionals in a high pressure, high profile policy environment. You will need excellent interpersonal and communication skills, to be comfortable working with senior officials and politicians and be able to balance competing demands and pressures and to work on your own initiative. We will ensure that you have excellent opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge in a supportive team environment.
Closing date for applications 28th August.
The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking to appoint a new Chief Constable who will bring a strong, long term vision and commitment to community focused policing in Lincolnshire.
Already a highly effective Chief Officer with breadth and depth of executive leadership experience, the successful candidate will be able to quickly connect and establish credibility with staff, partners, stakeholders and communities across the county.
Salary: £142,896 (more will be made available for an exceptional candidate by negotiation) plus benefits.
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Closing date - 12 noon, Friday 21 August 2020.
Full Time: 37 hours - Permanent
Band H: £44,874 - £49,023 per annum
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk is looking for an experienced senior communications professional with a broad range of internal and external communications and engagement skills, as well as a strong track record in media handling, to lead our communications team.
You’ll bring your experience, drive and best industry practice to our work; building our reputation by communicating the impact of both the PCC and the Office.
Working at a national, regional and county level, your keen eye for detail, strong media management skills, creative ideas and positive can-do approach will drive innovation and great results.
You’ll apply a range of skills to engage Norfolk’s residents and stakeholders in targeted ways – proactively identifying positive communications and PR opportunities and making the most of social media and digital channels to encourage positive engagement - while using analytics to monitor trends, determine impact and demonstrate value.
Advising the PCC and senior colleagues on effective communications strategies will be business as usual for you, as will working closely with partners to ensure the delivery of consistent and timely communications.
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Closing date: Friday 7th August, 5pm