The Police and Crime Commissioner has an office of staff who help hold West Midlands Police to account and deliver against the priorities of the Police and Crime Plan.
The office is made up of a number of teams who work on policy,
communications, finance and business support. The Internal Audit function
which works across the force and our office is also hosted with us.
Roles in this office are busy and varied. Our workforce is
highly committed, professional and enthusiastic.
We are committed to the principles of diversity and
inclusion. We welcome applications from everyone and we offer a guaranteed
interview scheme to those with disabilities. We also offer flexible
working where we can.
We are a Living Wage Foundation Employer.
As part of our commitment to young people, outlined in the Police and Crime Plan, we also run schemes for Graduate/Management Trainees, Apprenticeships, Internships and Work Experience.
Grade: Band E £42,783 – £50,250 (salary to be confirmed, currently subject to evaluation) Based at: The Offices of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Lloyd House, Birmingham, B4 6NQ Full time permanent role Closing Date: 5th February 2021. Interviews to take place virtually on week commencing 15th February 2021. Are…
Grade: Band E £42,783 - £50,250 (salary to be confirmed, currently subject to evaluation)
Part Time Commissioning Officer (0.5 FTE with flexibilty) Grade: Band D, £29,064 – £40,698 (Pro Rata) Based at: The Offices of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Lloyd House, Birmingham, B4 6NQ Closing Date: 12 noon on 22nd January 2021, Interviews to take place virtually on Friday 12th February 2021. Do you…
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