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Corporate and Governance Support Officer

Job Title:  Corporate and Governance Support Officer (Part time)

Reference: CGSO1

Reports to: Head of Corporate Performance and Governance

Salary: £28,000 (pro-rata – 3 days a week)

Location: Westminster

Contract Type: 12-month fixed term contract (with possibility of extension)

Working hours: 21 hours per week / 3 days a week

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) is the national body that supports Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), and other local policing bodies across England and Wales, to provide national leadership and influence change in the policing and criminal justice landscape.

We are looking for a flexible and motivated individual to act as Corporate and Governance Support Officer.  The role will primarily support the Head of Corporate Governance to ensure smooth running of the APCC Board and wider Association business including corporate governance and performance reporting processes. The individual will also take responsibility to develop the APCC digital members services “knowledge hub” and support users of the hub to gain optimum value from its use.  In addition, the role will provide wider administrative support to the APCC team as well as Independent and Plaid Cymru Group.

Ideally educated to degree level, candidates will need to have experience of working in an office environment providing corporate support.  This includes experience in minute taking, drafting reports and emails, etc, as well as an awareness of corporate governance, financial reporting and performance reporting processes.  You will need to be competent in Microsoft products and ideally will have a knowledge of web-based knowledge applications.  This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to grow their skills and become a key member of a small and friendly team.

How to apply

  • Please submit a cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role (1 page maximum) and CV by email to recruitment@apccs.police.uk quoting reference CGSO1
  • Applications close midnight on Monday 25th March.
  • Interviews will be held in Central London - planned for w/c 8 April.

The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate eligibility to work in the UK as well as be security vetted. The post is politically restricted.

If you would like to speak to someone concerning the role, please contact Cat McIntyre on 07714 399754 in the first instance. 

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Director of Policy and Strategy, APCC

Job Title: Director of Policy and Strategy

Reference: DPS01

Reports to: Chief Executive

Salary: £65,000 - £70,000

Location: Westminster

Contract Type: 18 month fixed term contract (with possibility of extension)

Working hours: office based 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, some out of hours as required

An exciting opportunity has arisen at the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) for a Director of Policy and Strategy. We are looking to recruit a high calibre individual who can drive and deliver policing, criminal justice and community safety policy and strategy at a national level, and support Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and their teams to help keep communities safe.

The successful candidate will have a strong track record in policy development and strategic planning in addition to an excellent understanding of working in complex public sector environments. They will be driven, a self-starter and able to flex across multiple policy areas to deliver at pace. Managing a small team of policy officers and working directly to the Chief Executive, this role offers an exciting opportunity to help take the APCC to the next stage in its development and to make a tangible contribution to policing and criminal justice at the national level.

If this sounds like you, then we would very much like to hear from you.

The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate eligibility to work in the UK as well as be security vetted. The post is politically restricted. Secondments will be considered.

How to apply –

  • Please submit a cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role (2 pages maximum) and CV by email to recruitment@apccs.police.uk quoting reference DPS01
  • Applications close midnight on Monday 8th April.
  • Interviews will be held in Central London for W/C 29 April.

If you would like to speak to someone concerning the role, please contact Dawn Osborne on 0207 222 4296 in the first instance.

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