Essex Restorative and Mediation Service Manager (Kelvedon Park, Essex)
Location of Role: Kelvedon Park
Advert Closing Date: 17/01/2020
Salary Range: £42,789.00 to £45,909.00 (pro-rata for part-time vacancies)
Part/Full Time: Full Time
Contract Type: Temporary / Maternity cover
Working Pattern: Mon-Fri
Weekend/Evening Working: No
The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is seeking an exceptional candidate with good leadership, organisational and communication skills to provide maternity cover for the Essex Restorative and Mediation service manager.
The post holder will be responsible for the smooth running of the service, managing staff and being the public face of the service.
We are seeking a candidate that is able to provide to provide strategic management and leadership, and support the continued development and expansion of the Essex Restorative & Mediation Service. They must maintain positive relationships with local partners, including referring agencies, and supervise and manage staff and volunteers within the service. They will be able to confidently and competently deliver in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. The successful candidate will be a strong communicator; able to converse effectively with colleagues, including senior leaders in the PFCC, Police, and external agencies.
The successful candidate may come from a range of different backgrounds but will have experience of working in a Restorative Justice environment and may be experienced in working in community safety, policing or criminal justice roles. They will also be an experienced manager, able to deliver projects and manage staff effectively.
Please evidence the following areas on your application;
Proven ability to confidently communicate with individuals within your team, the wider office and external partners and stakeholders, articulating the benefits of restorative approaches.
Effective organisational skills, evidencing time management and the ability to manage competing priorities.
Strong leadership and management skills, supporting your team, providing constructive feedback and collectively holding the service to account.
The successful candidate will be responsible for, and an advocate of, the whole service, so please provide evidence of self-motivation and independence to drive the service forward.
Interviews are scheduled for end-January. Whilst interview dates are provided, these may be subject to change due to business requirements
For further information, please contact Greg Myddelton on telephone 07841 112940
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Recruiting has reopened for volunteers to join our panel of Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs). The scheme plays a crucial role in helping to ensure the welfare and dignity of people detained in police custody.
The Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s Independent Custody Visitors are a panel of volunteers who make unannounced visits to police custody suites across Essex. Visits take place in pairs at various times of the day and night and each ICV carries out approximately 3 visits per month. They report on the treatment of detainees and conditions within the custody suite, helping to ensure that police and the public have the highest confidence in the safety and welfare of those detained.
Completely autonomous from the Police, Independent Custody Visitors have the right to access custody suites and speak directly to the detainees. Visitors complete a report and record their findings, including any issues raised.
The ICV scheme in Essex is committed to ensuring that its panel members reflect the communities they represent, and we welcome applications from all age groups and all walks of life. Full training and support is provided and members also have the opportunity to attend regular meetings and conferences to further develop their skills.
The posts are voluntary and unpaid, but travel expenses are fully reimbursed. Applicants must be aged 18 and over and recruitment is subject to police vetting.
If you’re interested in the role and would like to know more, you can visit: https://www.essex.pfcc.police.uk/giving-you-a-voice/independent-custody-visiting/, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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