From 5th April 2022, you can find your dream job in our vacancies offer provided by Hampshire County Council Agency. For example you can find there a job from location Hampshire, Fareham, United Kingdom functional area Legal, position Criminal Justice Programmes & Projects Officer.
Criminal Justice Programmes & Projects Officer OPCC498212
Location: Fareham, HAM, GB
Company: Shared Services Partnership
Salary Range: £33,241 - £37,414 per annum
Work Location: Fareham
Hours per week: 37
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 24 April 2022
Are you a highly motivated, organised and enthusiastic individual with proven project delivery in criminal justice looking for your next career move?
Here at the OPCC, we are looking for a Criminal Justice Programmes & Projects Officer who will provide day-to-day oversight of programmes; undertake specific projects; and support the Commissioner in holding criminal justice partners to account over their statutory functions and performance.
You will have good analytical skills, with the ability to understand data and present information clearly. You will be able to demonstrate excellent IT skills, enabling you to produce high quality work across a range of MS Office packages. As a highly organised individual, you are able to balance your workload across multiple projects, prioritising to meet pressing deadlines.
With strong communication skills, you will be able to build and maintain strong relationships across the organisation and with partners, flexing your style to suit different situations and challenges.
We are currently in the process of relocating to the Fareham area, and you will benefit from a generous employment package including a competitive annual leave entitlement, local government pension and flexible working opportunities.
Criminal Justice Programmes & Projects Officer Job Description and Person Specification
Please note this post is Politically Restricted
This post is subject to Non Police Personnel Vetting. Further information about this process will be provided to successful candidates. Candidates must have resided in the UK for a minimum of 3 years in order for clearance to be obtained.
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