Community Safety Support Officer | Norfolk Police

OCC, Wymondham (occasional homework)

Part time (22.5 hours) – Permanent

£ 24,546 – £ 27,774 per year / pro rata

friday 21st January 2022 at 5 p.m.

Please indicate the reference: L2137 on the application form

A recruitment opportunity arose for the role of Community Safety Support Officer within the Community Safety Team. The team supports the work and function of the Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP).

The NCCSP comprises a series of “responsible authorities” as defined in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, including all local authorities, police, probation, fire brigade, GCC and a series of others. parts that are integral to the fight against crime and disorder in the county.

The incumbent will work alongside the Chief Community Safety Officer, Community Safety Officer and Director of Policy, Commissioning and Media within the Office of the Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCCN ).

The incumbent will be directly responsible for supporting the management of the NCCSP on behalf of the partnership, key stakeholders and governing boards at the county and locality level.

Basic elements of the role:

  • Support the Community Safety Team in implementing the NCCSP strategy to achieve the goals set out in the Safer Norfolk Plan 2021-24.
  • Coordinate multi-agency partnership meetings including NCCSP, subgroups and domestic homicide review meetings. Collect and disseminate information to members of these meetings
  • Manage information relating to the management of the NCCSP.
  • Support the community safety team to manage financial partnership requirements on behalf of the PNCES

It is essential that applicants meet the following criteria:

  • A minimum of two years of experience working in a community safety environment.
  • Demonstrable experience of working at a consistently high level in an administrative role.
  • Coordinate NCCSP multi-agency meetings, subgroups and domestic homicide review meetings (e.g. key stakeholders, statutory, non-statutory and third sector). Compile notes / minutes at internal and multi-agency meetings for distribution. Help in writing reports.
  • Agenda management by organizing meetings / small NCCSP events with partners, internal and external clients.
  • Manage correspondence and information requests, including FOI requests, for the management of the NCCSP, including the NCCSP digital mailbox.
  • Work in commissioning and procurement eg placing orders, establishing accounts, reconciling invoices for the NCCSP.
  • Coordinate response to requests for community triggers.
  • Ability to manage conflicting priorities and deadlines. Ability to work on own initiative and in a team.
  • Graduated to GCSE level including Mathematics and English language or equivalent qualification / amount of proven work experience
  • Excellent organizational skills with high levels of precision and attention to detail. Good keyboard skills with in-depth knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite
  • Interpersonal skills and integrity necessary to earn and maintain the trust of colleagues at all levels within the OPCCN and NCCSP partnership, e.g. police, strategic partners and voluntary sector organizations.
  • Ability and willingness to work outside regular business hours when required.

Special conditions / Points to note

  1. The purpose of this job description is to indicate the general level of duties and responsibilities of the role, the duties may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the role or the levels of responsibilities.
  2. While the position will normally be based at the aforementioned location, you may be required to work at other locations within the Norfolk OPCC and in Norfolk County as may be reasonably required. The conditions of service of the police personnel will be observed in such cases.
  3. This position is politically restricted. In summary, the restrictions imposed on the incumbent include:
  • Become (whether by election or otherwise) or remain a member of a local authority, the National Assembly for Wales, the European Parliament or the House of Commons, or Commissioner for Police and Crime;
  • Advertise, or allow others to advertise, his candidacy for one of the aforementioned positions;
  • To exercise a mandate in a political party;
  • Prospecting for elections; and
  • Speak or write publicly on matters of partisan controversy.

d) The incumbent is required to have a full driver’s license.

Working hours are 22.5 hours per week and working days are negotiable depending on the needs of the requester and the service. This position is offered on a permanent basis.

It will be considered whether the position can be provided on a part-time or part-time basis, in accordance with the organizational requirements of this role.

The recruitment criteria for all positions are subject to reasonable adjustments in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.

Applications from at-risk personnel will be prioritized and favored in any selection process.

Anyone wishing to be considered for a nomination must upload an nomination package and a tracking form as they must be submitted together.

These forms along with the guidance notes for the application are also available on the right side of the page in the Downloads section.

Please return completed requests by email to the email address below citing vacancy reference number: L2137

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