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The Economist
20 Jul, 2019
£61,090 to £71,475: Welsh Government: The Welsh Governmentis seeking a Head of Health Economics
Police Oracle Jobs College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore
20 Jul, 2019
Head of National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service Rank: Detective Chief Inspector/Chief Inspectors* or Police Staff equivalents (HMG G) who have experience of intelligence management and partnership working. *Please note: This role is also suitable for officers of the rank of Inspector / Detective Inspector who will be supported by their Chief Constable for substantive or temporary promotion. Location: College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore Period: Police Officers - 2 year posting or Police Staff - Permanent or secondment (reviewable) Closing Date: 28 July 2019 TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK HERE The National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NaVCIS) is a national police unit that works to protect communities in the UK from the harm of vehicle finance crime and associated serious and organised crime. As a centralised, specialist police capability, NaVCIS is a leader in providing a national intelligence and investigative support capability to the police service in respect of tackling vehicle finance crime and co-ordinating and professionalising the police response. NaVCIS, which is based at the College of Policing - Ryton-on-Dunsmore, is currently looking for a new Head of Unit following the conclusion of the former post holder’s secondment. Responsible for a budget of £1.8m and a team of 30 staff/officers, based across the UK, this role provides an excellent opportunity to gain experience working at a national level as well as working with a range of law enforcement agencies and private and public sector stakeholders to deliver the NaVCIS business plan. This role is a unique opportunity for the police service with individuals working and leading in a forward thinking environment, developing commercial awareness and business acumen, while experiencing different approaches to problem solving and operational delivery. Reporting to the NaVCIS Governance Board, chaired by the NPCC National Vehicle Crime Lead on strategic planning, risk mitigation and operational delivery, this is a posting or secondment to a unique role at a critical time and will be not only challenging but a fascinating development opportunity. MAIN PURPOSE OF THE ROLE: Ensure delivery against Senior Leadership Team & Governance strategic and operational plans. Supporting NPCC National Vehicle Crime Lead in delivery of portfolio. Supporting the Acquisitive Crime Threat Reduction Board in respect of the Vehicle Crime work stream Ensuring contribution to UK Threat Assessment and Europol Organised Crime Threat Assessment. Supervision of NaVCIS Deputy Head of Unit (Investigations Manager) in support of core desk and focus desk delivery. Leading a stakeholder engagement strategy for delivery of private sector investment; specifically with the FLA and NFU Represent NaVCIS nationally and if required internationally at meetings and conferences. Engagement with private sector stakeholders to promote and expand appropriately NaVCIS business subject to Governance strategic direction. Manage NaVCIS budgets and resources. Deal with Press and Media requests. NaVCIS is a national police unit that is hosted by Hampshire Constabulary, therefore any successful candidates would be seconded, posted or employed by Hampshire Constabulary. ATTAINMENTS: Candidates should be able to evidence the following attainments: Essential Criteria: Proven ability in leadership, managing and developing people Experience of working in an intelligence environment and intelligence management, including the National Intelligence Model, GDPR and the Management of Police Information Ability to conduct intelligence driven briefings, tasking and debriefing Experience of partnership working, ideally including private sector stakeholder engagement and income generation Management of budgets, procurement and resources CVF Recruitment Competencies Candidates should also be able to evidence the following behaviours: We are emotionally aware (Level 2) We deliver, support & Inspire (Level 2) We analyse critically (Level 2) We are collaborative (Level 2) APPLICATION PROCESS: The closing date for applications is Sunday 28 July 2019 with interviews to be held early August. For Police Officers, this secondment is for an initial two years duration, which may be extended by mutual consent and is subject to Police Officer Regulations. For Police Staff, this can be considered as a permanent role or on a secondment (subject to release) for an initial two year duration. Successful candidates will be subject to satisfactory checks. Candidates applying on secondment are advised to clarify with their force as to whether they will permit out of force secondments prior to completing an application. TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK HERE To enquire about the role, please contact T/DCI Gordon Roberts on 07810 528863 or .
Express & Star Jobs Cannock
20 Jul, 2019
£25,000 per annum: City & County Healthcare Group: Systems Implementation Specialist , Field Based, UK Wide A full UK driving license is essential as is the ability to stay overnight across in the U... Cannock, Staffordshire
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