PS/622/C - SO1 - Communities Policy Officer - Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC)
Communities Policy Officer – Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
If you get your energy from people, have experience working in partnership with the public and colleagues from other agencies and know how to inspire volunteers, then we need you.
A vacancy has arisen for a Communities Policy Officer in the Office of the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner supporting the delivery of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan and statutory responsibilities.
Existing experience working within the criminal justice system, policing or community safety world would be a huge bonus, particularly in public engagement, and help you hit the ground running to what will be a fast-paced and varied role.
One week you could be arranging a public meeting about rural crime; the next collating feedback from residents about local issues of crime and disorder and briefing senior decision makers. You will also play a key role in the office managing volunteers to deliver independent scrutiny on the Commissioner’s behalf – which will require attendance at the odd evening meeting.
You will be part of a small but supportive team, currently working completely agile, but who will eventually be back at the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner based in Police Headquarters in Huntingdon for some of the working week. You must be able to travel to the office, and around the county and elsewhere, for events and meetings to meet business need, once circumstances allow.
The role is full time (37 hours) but flexible working arrangements will be considered to cover the full-time hours.
If this sounds are like a job for you and want a quick chat please contact Nicky Phillipson, Director of Commissioning or Head of Engagement and Communications Catherine Kimberley via: email@example.com
The deadline for applications is Sunday July 4. Interviews will be held on Thursday July 8 and Monday July 12th.
Please note, as below, the statement of no more than 500 words should be against the minimum entry requirements as stipulated in the role profile not the competency and values framework.
For the purposes of the application you will be expected to provide your CV as well as evidence against the minimum entry requirements (MERs). There is a word count limit of 500 words for the MERs.
If you are shortlisted for interview you will be expected to evidence against all CVF competencies and the minimum entry requirements as stipulated in the role profile.
Recruiting Manager: Nicky Phillipson: Nicky.firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal applicants within Cambridgeshire Constabulary, should upload either a CV or a completed ‘Staff internal role summary’ form, which can be found in the vacancy documents below. Please note you will be required to provide a statement no more than 500 words against the minimum entry requirements as stipulated in the role profile.
External applicants should ensure that your current CV is uploaded and provide a statement no more than 500 words against the minimum entry requirements as stipulated in the role profile. To ensure the recruitment process is fair and equal, please do not include personal details on your CV other than your name.
This force is a Disability Confident employer. Should you require any reasonable adjustments for your application process that you have not made explicit in the application, please contact the HR Service Centre on 01438 75 7777 (or the above email address) or the manager contact for this role directly. We also offer the guaranteed interview scheme; this means that all candidates with a disability covered by the Equality Act 2010, who meet the minimum entry requirements for the role, will be invited to attend an interview.
All applications must be submitted through our online recruitment website by clicking the apply button below.
Everyone at Cambridgeshire Constabulary takes personal responsibility to help create an inclusive workplace, where police officers and staff respect one another, feel valued for their differences and can be themselves. We are committed to providing reasonable adjustments, wherever needed so everyone feels welcome and can flourish.
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This opportunity is closed to applications.