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.
Vacancies are listed below
We are currently recruiting for the following posts:
Directly responsible to: Head of Policy and Commissioning Directly responsible for: Victims Policy Assistants Location: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands, Lloyd House, Birmingham Fixed Term Contract to 31 March 2021 Are you keen to make a difference for victims of crime? Have some experience in…
Grade: Band D £28,353 - £39,705 depending on experience
Are you a great organiser? Do you relish challenge and variety in your working day? Do you want to make a difference at work? We are looking for 2 Business Support Officers to add capacity to our busy Business Support Team. Whether an experienced business support officer, or an enthusiastic…
Fixed Term Contract until 31 March 2022 The newly established West Midlands Violence Reduction Unit is seeking a Director. The Violence Reduction Unit aims to prevent and reduce violence, vulnerability and exploitation across the West Midlands using a public health approach. The Unit is seeking a proactive systems leader to…
Do you have the time to act as an Independent Custody Visitor, visiting police stations to check on the treatment of detainees and the conditions in which they are being held? Can you communicate well with a diverse range of people? Do you work well in a team? Do you…
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