Coronial Manager Grade K - 1788024, - Ref:1788024
Enhanced Vetting Required
DNA Elimination Required
The Serious Crime Division is seeking CV applications for the role of Coronial Manager.
In this role you will lead the Force Coronial Unit, based within the Major Incident Team (MIT), Serious Crime Division. You will act as a senior leader to the four Police Coroner’s Officers hubs, each co-located with the four Greater Manchester Coroners at different sites across the Force area. You will be responsible for the day to day management of the hub operating model, with line management responsibility for the four Senior Police Coroner’s Officers, as well as acting as senior liaison with each Coroner.
You will support the Detective Superintendent (MIT) with the development and implementation of protocols and policy relation to the response to unexplained deaths, ensuring compliance with legislation and national policies and guidance.
You will also act as Force lead for Human Tissue Act related matters, with line management responsibility for the dedicated Human Tissue Act team based at Nexus House.
The successful candidate will possess knowledge of Coronial Law and procedures relating to the role, particularly understanding of investigative best practice and procedures. Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to liaise, consult and advise across all levels of the force and with other bodies/agencies is essential as is experience of research and/or analytical skills.
You must have a good record of attendance, at least during the last two years.
To apply for this role please upload your CV into the Expression of Interest form. Please provide evidence in your CV of the 6 criteria listed below (maximum 150 words per criteria). At this stage you are not required to evidence the criteria from the job description. Please find attached CV Guidelines and Suggested Template.
• Working in Partnership; Working as one GMP team and with external partners to achieve results that benefit GMP and our communities
• Inspiring Others; Listening to, involving and motivating others to take action and behave with courage and integrity
• Understanding of how criminal investigations are managed and reviewed.
• Experience of developing and delivering training inputs.
• Knowledge of legislation and procedure in relation to the Human Tissue Act.
• Knowledge of forensic issues, including crime scene management and exhibits management
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.
This is a designated post under the Force Vetting Strategy and the post will therefore attract an enhanced level of vetting. Please note for applications which carry enhanced vetting you should have resided in the UK for the last 5 years.
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Greater Manchester Police have been informed of potential personal tax implications for members of the 1987 Police Pension Scheme, who retire and take a pension between the ages of 50 and 54 inclusive and then take up employment as a Police Staff member. Members of the police pension scheme whose age is between 50 and 54 who are re-employed as a Police Staff member have to meet certain conditions to keep their PPA and to protect against personal tax liability charges on any payments paid before the age of 55. One of those conditions is that a break of at least 1 month is required where the re-employment is ‘materially different’. However, if the role is not deemed to be ‘materially different’ then a 6 month break is required.