Awards & Recognition Officer(Grade C) - 1884656, - Ref:1884656
Greater Manchester Police is one of the largest police forces in the UK and is responsible for keeping its diverse population of almost 3 million safe, spread over more than 1,200 sq. km. Manchester in particular has been billed as the most diverse city in Europe with its population speaking at least 200 different languages, leading to the city being named as Britains City of languages. GMP are committed to ensure that the make-up of our workforce is reflective of the communities we serve and we recognise that having a diverse workforce makes us more approachable and relevant to the public.
The Force's Corporate Communications Branch is responsible for ensuring the right information gets to the right communities. As part of this, the branch ensures the media are aware of policing operations, news and appeals on crime and good news. It also develops campaigns to promote community safety and support local initiatives. GMP recognises the key role the media play in engaging with communities and has an open approach to dealing with the media.
The branch has an enviable track record and has won numerous awards for crisis communication, digital developments, social media initiatives, campaigns and partnership working.
An exciting opportunity has risen within the Rewards and Recognition team.
The team is looking for someone who will promote and encourage reward and recognition within the Force. The ideal candidate would be expected to demonstrate good organisational and administrative skills as well as being a people person. Experience of arranging events would be an advantage but not essential.
The role will require some evening work. You will also need a full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle for business purposes.
Please refer to the attached Job Description for further details regarding the skills required to do this role. The Job Description has been signposted to indicate at which stage of the process each criteria will be tested.
Please see attached Job Description for further duties and responsibilities of this post, please note you only NEED to evidence essential criteria during the application stage however if you possess a desirable criteria marked (AF) please do evidence this.
Please view the Person Specification within the job description, when applying you will have a maximum of 150 words PER essential/desirable criteria listed beneath Qualifications, skills, knowledge, experience and other. Unfortunately if you are unable to evidence all of the essential criteria listed, you are not eligible to apply.
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