We currently have an exciting opportunity to join our team. A vacancy has arisen for the role of Project Support Officer within our Violence Reduction Partnership/OPCC department.
We believe violence is preventable, not inevitable.
Do you have a passion for supporting communities?
Are you experienced in bringing people together and developing relationships with others to help bring about change?
Are you passionate about making a difference and understand that young people, families and communities must be at the forefront of solutions to tackle violence?
The Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Violence Reduction Partnership is focused on stopping violence before it happens through an approach that is rooted in prevention and early intervention.
We use research, data and intelligence to better understand why violence occurs and we take action to prevent it now, and in the long term.
We are a team of specialists who use our expertise to work in partnership with communities, councils, the NHS, public health, the police, schools and colleges and charities, to coordinate efforts
and bring about change.
The VRP is a voice and champion for young people, families and communities.
The Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Violence Reduction Partnership is recruiting a ‘Project Support Officer’ to support our programme of work aimed at preventing violence in our communities across Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City.
As the Project Support Officer, a key part of your role will be establishing strong and effective working links with communities and building strong and trusting relationships between key stakeholders and individuals on behalf of the Violence Reduction Partnership.
The post holder will be a self-starter who has the ability to work collaboratively and dynamically to build constructive relationships across the VRP’s internal and external partners and stakeholders, working with communities to achieve the VRP’s priorities for violence reduction across Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire.
Please refer to the key skills and experience required within the person Specification.
For further information about the role please contact VRP@notts.police.uk
• Application details are available on our intranet site.
• If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the HR Resourcing team.
You may email your application form, please quote the job reference number in the subject line.
To apply visit Careers | Nottinghamshire Police and search for Project Support Officer.
Closing date: 13/12/2023
Shortlisting will take place on the week commencing 08/01/2024
Interviews will take place on the week commencing 15/01/2024
For current Nottinghamshire Police Staff applicants, please note that the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner would be a new employer.
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.