Victims Delivery Officer (Fixed Term Contract/Secondment)

Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner
Kidlington
TVP Broad Band 3G
Band 3G, circa £30,175 per annum plus benefits.
Full Time
Secondment/Fixed Term Contract

18 month Fixed Term Contract/Secondment

In this role you will provide project management and wider support to the transformation of victim’s provision across the Thames Valley to improve outcomes for victims. Including supporting the OPCC Victims Team to design and recommission evidence-based victims’ services.

The successful candidates will have experience of communicating with a wide range of people including knowledge of effective communication practices and techniques and demonstrating an aptitude and ability to accurately use relevant computer systems.  Good time management and organisational skills are required with the ability to work on your own initiative and prioritise a demanding workload whilst adhering to deadlines and demonstrating a high degree of accuracy.  The capability to work as part of a team to problem solve and make decisions is essential together with being able to develop productive working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders. 

As part of the Thames Valley Police family you will enjoy a fantastic range of benefits including 24 days annual leave per annum pro-rata for part time (plus Bank Holidays), flexible working conditions, a wide range of lifestyle discounts, career development opportunities and have the option to join a local government pension scheme. To view a full list of our benefits, please click the below link.

If you have any queries please contact People Services Recruitment Department at RecruitmentPoliceStaff@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk quoting reference 19811.  We will endeavour to respond to your query as quickly as possible.

Please use Google Chrome when completing your application, wherever possible, as this will enhance performance.

 The closing date for enquiries and receipt of completed applications is Sunday 4 December 2022.

 

Thames Valley Police is a local organisation. Our legitimacy and connection to our communities benefits from a workforce employed mainly from the Thames Valley and surrounding areas. We value the unique and vital importance of face-to-face working, while acknowledging the benefits of appropriate remote working, to productivity, diversity, wellbeing and the environment. In every decision about working practices, public service and performance will always be the uppermost considerations.

To ensure fairness, the entitlement to remote working for our people will be agreed on a role-by-role basis. The feasibility of this may vary by function, team and department according to the nature of the work, the impact on public service and the relevant employment market. We value the diversity of our workforce and individual need will be appropriately considered.

We expect staff and officers in all roles to have some regular face-to-face contact with each other, including working from the workplace. Many operational roles will continue to require full-time working from our estate and in the field. There will remain an expectation for individuals to attend the workplace as required for their role and as determined by their line manager and the organisation.

Benefits

Police Officers and Police Staff have access to a fantastic range of benefits, dependant on role, location and length of service. To view a full list of our benefits please click here

Important

All posts require a level of Police Vetting as per the National Vetting Code of Practice. The residency requirement is necessary to enable all applicants to be checked in an equitable manner. Thames Valley Police will allow applicants to apply who do not necessarily reach the criteria as long as they have proven UK residency and supporting evidence where necessary. Applications will be considered on a case by case basis.

At Thames Valley Police, we are committed to better reflect the communities that we serve.  We encourage applications from our under represented communities including all ethnic or religious backgrounds, LGBTQ+, women and those with disabilities.  

Within our organisation we have a number of active staff support networks.  We are proud to be a ‘Disability Confident’ Level 3 ‘Employer’ that is supported by RAMP – our dedicated reasonable adjustments process.   For more information, please visit our ‘Supporting You’ page on our website, www.tvpcareers.co.uk/supporting-you.

We are also proud to have a Positive Action and Engagement team who can provide support and guidance to anyone from a Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic background throughout the Police Officer recruitment process as well as advise on career development and progression.  They can be contacted via: positiveactionteam@thamesvalley.police.uk  

Click here to read more about our commitment to valuing difference.

This opportunity is closed to applications.