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Salary: £43,098 - £46,674 (depending on experience)
Contract: Full time, permanent
Location: Welsh Government Buildings, Cathays Park, Cardiff, with option for agile/flexible working
An exciting opportunity has arisen to support the work of the four Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales in their engagement with the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC). The post will be located within the Police Liaison Unit (PLU) in Wales, reporting to the Head of Unit with a formal link to the APCC’s Director of Policy and Strategy.
The PLU works on behalf of Policing in Wales, representing both Chief Constables and Commissioners, in their interaction with all departments of Welsh Government. This new position will directly support Commissioners by ensuring that the unique Welsh context and the relationship between devolved and non-devolved partners is fully understood by the APCC and other partners.
The post requires someone with experience in policy development and management and who is keenly aware of the political landscape within which policing operates. The successful candidate will be required to engage regularly with the Commissioners, their deputies and executive teams to support their work at the local, regional and national level, as well as with partners and stakeholders from across the criminal justice landscape and beyond.
For further information and details about how to apply for this role, please visit the South Wales Police website.
Closing date: 5 October
Salary: £48,546 - £51,711 (depending on experience)
Contract: Full time, permanent (secondments will be considered)
Location: West Midlands OPCC, Birmingham
The West Midlands OPCC is seeking an experienced Principal Auditor to join their team, which is responsible for providing Internal Audit Services across the OPCC and West Midlands Police.
The post holder will require a minimum qualification as a Chartered Internal Auditor with the Institute of Internal Auditors; or qualified CCAB Accountant.
The postholder will conduct and lead a wide range of key risk-based audits of a complex nature and make recommendations to management to address any weaknesses in the risk, governance and control frameworks.
The role will also involve supervising Auditors in the conduct of audit assignments to maximise their effectiveness to deliver quality audit outputs, as well as deputising for the Head of Internal Audit.
For further information and details about how to apply for this role, please visit the West Midlands OPCC website.
Closing date: Friday 29 September (12 noon) with interviews to take place in person on Thursday 12 October.
Salary: £33,348 to £35,223
Contract: Permanent. Full Time
Location: Bridgebury House
As a Commissioning Compliance Officer you will form part of a small team, responsible for the management and compliance of the Commissioning Cycle together with the broadening of partnership working within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire.
The Commissioning Compliance Officer role is varied, with exciting opportunities and responsibilities, working autonomously on projects or working as part of a team on larger tendering agreements.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Louisa Glynn 01234 842062.
For more information on the role, including how to apply visit Beds OPCC website
Closing date: Monday 2nd October