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At this moment in time we have various vacancies within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner - please see below for more information:-
To manage the Communications and Engagement Strategies and delivery plans for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.To liaise with the external organisation that provides the PCC’s communications and public relations activities, ensuring that effective media relationships are established and maintained.To ensure effective communication, consultation and engagement with the public, partners and stakeholders. To maintain a high level of responsibility for protecting ethics and integrity of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s media and communication activities.To ensure that the legislative obligations of the OPCC are met including compliance with the Publication Scheme and consultation and engagement with the public of Leicestershire regarding policing and the setting of priorities.To champion a customer-centric approach within the organisation and ensure that the use of engagement and insight drive customer satisfaction with policing.To deliver the communications and engagement function within the budget provided.
Full details can be found HERE
Working for the Communications and Engagement Manager to deliver the engagement strategy and delivery plan.
To accompany and support the Police and Crime Commissioner at engagement events and visits, evaluating such events and taking forward any actions arising.
To support and facilitate local and community engagement communications activity (both internally and externally) to help deliver the Police and Crime Plan.
To develop, implement and evaluate individual engagement events.
Deliver effective and verifiable evaluation and consultation data that provide insights for policy and strategy development.
To record all correspondence received in hard copy or by email onto a correspondence recording system. Manage the system and ensure all logs are actioned and closed accordingly.
Prepare detailed and customised responses to all triaged enquiries providing excellent customer service. Draft letters on behalf of the Commissioner for his signature. Liaise with the Force on responses requiring an operational policing input.
Prepare reports and briefing notes as required for the Commissioner within the remit of the role.
To manage staff and make assessments and decisions that enable the service to run effectively including the tasking of work and balancing of workloads. Providing an executive function support to the Police and Crime Commissioner and his Deputy including the provision of committee administration.
To provide development opportunities for all managed staff, undertake personal development reviews and deal with welfare issues in a sensitive & confidential manner. Undertake regular appraisals of staff in accordance with the PDR process and take responsibility for helping to address career development needs.
To direct staff in the business areas of executive support, casework management, volunteer management and research and performance monitoring.
To deputise for the Executive Director in his/her absence.
To work with Force colleagues and partners to collect, collate and analyse intelligence and data to highlight areas of risk to the delivery of the Police and Crime Plan and overall Force performance.
To support the Chief Finance Officer and hence the Chief Executive and Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) with strategic advice (finance, HR, Estates, Procurement, Planning and other) in order to enable the delivery of his/her objectives, particularly as set out in the Police and Crime Plan, while working with the Force Finance, Estates, HR, Planning and Procurement Departments in delivering confident and competent strategy and advice.
In the absence of the Chief Finance Officer, to fulfil the statutory obligations and duties set out in Sections 112 to 114 of the Local Government Finance Act 1988 and paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, and as prescribed by the Home Office Financial Management Code of Practice and other relevant legislative provisions and guidance.
To provide an efficient, informed and responsive personal assistant role to the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and Chief Executive (CEO) together with an administrative business support service to the OPCC.
Undertake research work in support of the development of policy, reports and briefing notes to the Police and Crime Commissioner and his office, particularly in relation to the contents of the Police and Crime Plan.
Undertake environmental scanning to keep the Commissioner informed of developments both regionally and nationally.
Support the production of the Annual report, other reports and plans as required.