We are recruiting! Come and work for us and help to Make Notts Safe.
You could be part of a team helping to deliver a vision to prevent crime, increase trust and confidence in the police and ensure a stronger and more resilient network of victim support services.
This is what Caroline Henry, the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Nottinghamshire has set as her goal by the end of her term in office and you could play a vital role in helping to achieve this.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, which supports the PCC to deliver her Make Notts Safe Plan, is seeking an enthusiastic Commissioning Officer for Early Intervention and Prevention to work collaboratively with partners to ensure the PCC has robust initiatives in place to reduce crime.
You will have strong insight and understanding of the issues and challenges of early intervention and crime prevention and relevant commissioning experience. Your communication skills will be excellent and you will have good experience of partnership working.
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and want our workforce to represent the communities we serve. We encourage and welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities and in particular those that are currently under-represented in our workforce, including but not limited to Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic, disabled and LGBTQ+ candidates.
In return, working in the OPCC offers professional satisfaction as well as the opportunity to make a real difference in reducing crime.
To apply visit Careers | Nottinghamshire Police and search for Early Intervention and Prevention Commissioning Officer.
Please provide an up to date CV with a written expression of interest of up to 1,000 words addressing how you meet the essential criteria in the person specification.
Closing date: 13 December 2023.
Interview date: 21 December 2023.
If you would like to discuss the vacancy in more detail before applying, please contact Nicola Wade on 0115 844 5998 or OfficePCC@Notts.police.uk .
This is a fixed term contract until March 2025, with a possible extension.
Vetting Level – Management – you must have resided in the UK for at least the last 5 years
Please note that you must obtain your line manager’s sign off if applying for an internal vacancy. This will need to be submitted on the Line Manager Awareness Document (Support form) which is published on the intranet. Any applications submitted without the support document will not be progressed through the process.
Completion of the Line Manager Awareness Document does not mean that release from your current role is supported. Should you be successful, a release date will be negotiated between the two departments.
Candidates currently at risk will be required to complete and attach the at-risk pro-forma document.
All applicants will be subject to the Force Vetting Policy.