Recruitment

Thank you for the your interest in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley (OPCC).

In this section you can find out more information on any current vacancies in the OPCC, our panels and committees and our Custody Visiting Scheme. 


Volunteers - Independent Custody Visitors

We are always open to expressions of interest in joining our Custody Visiting Scheme. For more information and the application from please visit 'Custody Visiting'

 

Business Change Project Manager

Full or Part time

Fixed Term Contract for 18 months

Band 4I, circa £33,489 per annum. Pro rata where relevant. Progression based on performance, plus benefits

Kidlington

A rare opportunity has arisen within the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office for a Project Manager, following an award of significant funding by the Home Office to tackle serious violence and the exploitation of young people.  The role will involve oversight of multiple projects, over multiple geographies and the funding linked to partners who are providing services on the ground.  The role will also add value by increasing the OPCC’s understanding of the existing services, gaps and needs of young people at risk across the Thames Valley so that we can work to improve and encourage system change across the force area, with our partners. 

This will be a challenging and rewarding role and, to find the right person for the job, we are offering full time or part time hours (minimum 26 hours per week).  The successful applicant will develop networks with people at all levels of decision making and will have the opportunity to influence how we protect young people from becoming victims of crime and exploitation.

The successful applicant will be educated to a good standard with recent experience in business change project management and the ability to successfully deliver and embed change. Strong interpersonal communication skills are required whilst being able to build effective relationships and negotiation with multiple stakeholders. Experience of budget management and resource allocation in a project context is required.

Capability to travel to different locations across the Force is required to undertake all assignments in a timely manner. Due to the requirement to work flexibly, unsocial hours and personal safety for lone working; public transport may not be available or suitable at these times. For this reason a full UK driving licence is considered essential.

Interviews for this post are likely to be on 23rd or 28th January 2019.

For more information including the job description and and how to apply visit the Thames Valley Police website

Closing Date: Wednesday 16th January 2019

 

Crime Analyst

Full Time

Fixed Term for 24 months

Band 3G, circa £26,817 per annum. Progression based on performance, plus benefits

This is a unique and vital role within the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office, helping us and our partners better understand the changing landscape of crime and disorder across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.  As crime can only be tackled with the help of multiple agencies with different skills, this role will seek out insight and knowledge from key partners and not just depend on numerical or police data.  The successful applicant will have many opportunities to demonstrate their skills and expertise and open new opportunities for the right person.

Educated to a good standard with excellent numeric and literacy skills, you will have exemplary communication skills including presentation, verbal and written skills. You will be IT literate in Microsoft Office packages with experience of using statistical methods as well as having proven research skills. Able to work on your own initiative as well as effectively in a team, whilst working under pressure and to tight deadlines with a flexible approach to working hours.

Capability to travel to different locations across the Force is required to undertake all assignments in a timely manner. Due to the requirement to work flexibly, unsocial hours and personal safety for lone working; public transport may not be available or suitable at these times. For this reason a full UK driving licence is considered essential.

Interviews are likely to be on 30th January and 1st February 2019.

For more information including the job description and and how to apply visit the Thames Valley Police website

Closing Date: Wednesday 16th January 2019

 

 

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