Force Coordinator Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme (Grade D) - 1885465, - Ref:1885465


Posted on 9th Jun 2022

Force Coordinator Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme (Grade D) - 1885465, - Ref:1885465

Working as part of the Criminal Justice and Custody branch you will provide an efficient and effective administration function for the VPC scheme within GMP as well as assist in the wider functions of VPC at Force level. You will also work with the VPC Sergeant to be the central point of reference for safeguarding referrals.

To apply for this position strong IT skills with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. You will be an organised individual with good time management skills and the ability to work under own initiative as appropriate. Knowledge of the Volunteer Police Cadets scheme advantageous.

Other key skills required for this position include:

- Problem solving skills.

- Experience of software applications such as: desktop publishing, spreadsheets, graphics, word processing, databases and email.

- Experience of coordinating a function at a force level.

- Interpersonal & communication skills - able to establish and maintain close links with stakeholders at a force and national level.

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.

Due to the Equality Act (2010) the criteria surrounding sickness absence will not be checked until the conditional offer stage of the recruitment process, this is after the interview stage of the full recruitment process. With this in mind all candidates need to ensure that they have a good attendance record for the last 2 years for Staff and officers and for 12 months for apprentices.

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To apply for this role please upload your CV into the Expression of Interest form. To support shortlisting please make sure that you have evidenced within your CV criteria marked as Essential on the Job Description.

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Apprentices; you must be in the last 6 months of your apprenticeship to be eligible to apply for this role.

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