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APCC - Corporate Governance and Policy Officer

Salary: £32,100 - £37,450 (plus London Weighting if applicable)

Contract Type: Initially available as a fixed term contract or secondment to end of July 2025.

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) has an exciting opportunity for a Corporate Governance and Policy Officer to work in our busy team to deliver an ambitious programme of work with a focus on delivery, governance and policy. This role is part-funded by the Home Office to support the development of the role of Police and Crime Commissioners and their equivalents (PCCs) as the public’s elected voice on policing and criminal justice, initially through to the end of July 2025.

This rewarding and demanding role will involve responsibility for reporting against the APCC Strategic Plan and streamlining reporting mechanisms more widely, leading the agenda-setting for the APCC General Meeting programme, and developing an enhanced learning and development offer for APCC Staff as the APCC HR and Information Assurance lead. You will need to have excellent analytical, communications and problem-solving skills as well as a strong commitment to the development of the PCC role and fine-tuned attention to detail. You work closely with the Policy and Partnership Manager and the Senior Management Team to develop this package, and this exciting role will suit a candidate with the drive and resilience to progress and refine current processes.

The APCC is the national membership organisation for PCCs, deputy mayors and other local policing bodies. We support PCCs to provide national leadership, deliver their priorities locally and to drive strategic change in policing, criminal justice and community safety. This is a varied and rewarding role at the heart of the organisation and provide a unique opportunity to gain experience of national policing and criminal justice policy.

Full details, including how to apply for this role, can be found in the role specification.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 19th June, with interviews expected to be held in early July.

Derbyshire OPCC - Commissioning and Projects Officer

Salary: £31,755 - £39,036

Contract: Permanent, Full Time or Part Time

Location: Police HQ, Ripley

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner within Derbyshire Constabulary for a Commissioning and Projects Officer in a permanent full-time position. You will be providing an efficient and effective Commissioning and Performance function, whilst taking responsibility for Projects as agreed with the head of Commissioning and Partnerships. This role will be responsible for co-ordinating the performance framework, monitoring information and key bespoke projects to support the Commissioning function, in addition to projects with the wider OPCC. You will also contribute to the delivery of the Commissioning Service Plan alongside the wider OPCC Delivery Plan.

Closing Date: 19 June 2024

Interview Date: June/July 2024

For more information on how to apply, click here.

Norfolk OPCC - Community Safety Officer

Salary: £38,007 - £43,098

Contract Type: Permanent

Hours per week: 37

Location: The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN), Building 8, Jubilee House, Falconers Chase, Wymondham with occasional facility to work from home when mutually agreed.

The Office of Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) houses the Community Safety Team responsible for managing the Norfolk Community Safety Partnership (NCSP) on behalf of its partner authorities. This is a unique and innovative approach, aligning key community safety stakeholders with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk and enabling progressive partnership working to tackle crime and disorder in Norfolk.

The post holder will be directly responsible to support the management of the NCCSP on behalf of the partnership, key stakeholders and boards both at a county, locality, regional and national level. 

The post holder will work to develop a framework to measure the impact of the activity of the outcomes of the NCCSP action plans at a local and county level. The post holder will provide policy leadership on the priorities of the NCCSP and respond dynamically to any new or emerging key thematic priorities.

Closing date: 08:00 on 24 June 2024

For more information, including how to apply, please visit the page here