Working as part of the team here is rewarding and varied. We have shared values, standards and support each other.
The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is seeking an exceptional candidate with good organisational and communication skills to support the work of the Essex Restorative and Mediation service.
The post holder will be responsible for the smooth running and administration of the Restorative and Mediation service by ensuring referrals are processed in a timely and effective manner.
The OPFCC seeks a team player who has a keen eye for detail, is self-motivated, and is able to deliver effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
The successful candidate will be confident and a strong communicator; able to converse effectively with colleagues, referral agencies and members of the public.
The successful candidate may come from a range of different backgrounds but will have good IT skills and be able to quickly process information on a dedicated case management system.
Please evidence the following areas on your application;
For further information, please contact Greg Myddelton on telephone 101, extension 161644
The deadline for applications is 1600hrs on the closing date.
This position offers an exciting opportunity to join the Essex Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (OPFCC) to help keep our communities safe, hold Essex Police and Essex County Fire & Rescue Service to account and ensure that the people of Essex receive an excellent service.
The role of the Boards Support Officer is to support the Chair in ensuring the smooth functioning of all the Boards.
The Boards Support Officer is responsible for ensuring meetings are effectively organised, minuted with a supporting action log and maintaining forward plans.
The post-holder will provide highly efficient, professional and comprehensive administration to the Boards,Committees and meetings of the Essex Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s as well as minute taking.
The post holder will have significant experience in the field of business administration and governance as well as strong computer literacy, good communication skills and excellent oral and written communication skills.
In addition, the post holder will have the ability to fulfil the requirements of this role with integrity, accountability and commitment, operating in a calm and professional manner at all times when dealing with colleagues, Police,Fire and our partners and members of the public.
We are an Equal Opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of society regardless of disability, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race or religion.
For further information on this role please contact Lucy Gordon on 01245 291602
Interviews will be held at Kelvedon Park.
The deadline for applications is 1600hrs on August, 17, 2018.
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