Serious Violence Programme Manager
Salary: £36,177 - £43,254
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Do you have extensive experience in community safety or criminal justice? Are you interested in a challenging, multi-agency role that can make a real difference in tackling serious violence in Derbyshire?
We have a unique opportunity for a Serious Violence Programme Manager ,to work within the newly formed Violence Reduction Unit supporting both Derbyshire Constabulary and the multi-partner Serious Violence Partnership until 31st March 2025.
As the Serious Violence Programme Manager, you will design, record and pro-actively manage the multi-agency delivery programme for the reduction and prevention of Serious Violence within Derbyshire.
You will represent the Serious Violence programme at local and national Boards, meetings, forums and networks delivering presentations and other inputs that are appropriate to the role and keep the PCC and OPCC, Core Membership and other major stakeholders sighted on key risks, issues and decisions, escalating where appropriate.
You will manage a support team such as an analyst, youth engagement officer and a comms co-ordinator, to deliver on specific Serious Violence projects and initiatives that are delivered though the central team.
This is a new role and as such you will undertake other duties, in line with the responsibility of this role, that may be required to achieve the aims of the Serious Violence programme
As part of your application, you must provide both a CV and comprehensive supporting statement, stating how you meet the essential/desirable criteria as listed in the job description.
Please note the following:
For applications from Internal Candidates this will be a secondment (subject to their current head of departments approval) and for partner agency a secondment would also be considered (with approval from partner agency)
Closing date 5th June 2023
Shortlisting w/c 13th June 2023
Interviews w/c 19th June 2023
To help you push forwards in your career with us, we invest in developing our team as well as looking after them, with an expansive wellbeing and counselling service along with a range of support networks
If this sounds like the role for you please see the full job description and click to apply.
For part time hours the salary will be calculated on a pro-rata basis, this is based on the number of hours for the vacancy.
We welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds and encourage anyone who has considered a career in policing to apply. We are particularly keen to increase the number of females and candidates from black and minority ethnic communities and candidates from the LGBT community, so that we can truly reflect the communities that we serve in.
Agile Working Style
Generally office based, can work from other force sites or from home on an occasional or regular basis.
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Policing in Derbyshire takes more than 3,500 people in a wide range of roles. Around half of these are police officers, but we also have a variety of police staff. From police community support officers to police staff and volunteers, we all play an equally important role in protecting the people of Derbyshire.
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