Violence Reduction Coordinator 40207 CEHE

County Hall, Norwich

£35,697 - £39,780 per annum -Effective April 2019 (Scale K)
37 hours per week
Temporary contract/secondment opportunity for two years

As in many other parts of the country, Norfolk is seeing increasing County Lines activity from London-based drugs gangs who are recruiting children and vulnerable adults to develop local drug markets.  This relies upon the use of high levels of violence to maintain market share and coerce the workforce.  There are significant implications for safeguarding, criminal and sexual exploitation, modern slavery and missing persons.  

Norfolk’s County Community Safety Partnership (CCSP) is seeking to recruit a Coordinator to develop and drive delivery of the multi-agency response necessary to tackle these issues.

This is a high-profile role, responsible for championing the coordination and communication all aspects of County Lines work in Norfolk.  This approach will develop Norfolk’s response to violence reduction and prevention, ensuring this is evidence-based so that risk factors are fully understood, enabling appropriate responses to be deployed.

Working with partners, the Coordinator will review the County Lines strategy and action plan for Norfolk, providing day to day coordination of delivery across Norfolk’s local authorities and their statutory and non-statutory partnerships. You will need to be politically astute with a good understanding of the wider political landscape. 

You will have excellent communication and influencing skills at all levels and will be expected to represent the CCSP at various internal and external meetings, as well as to provide progress updates to senior council officers, elected members and others as required. You will need to demonstrate good partnership working skills, and experience of leading change programmes, with a track record of timely and successful implementation.

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position. 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in. 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

40207 Information Pack 03-19.doc

Redeployment closing date: 20 February 2019
All other applicants closing date: 6 March 2019
Interview date: 22 March 2019

Location
County Hall
Vacancy Description
County Hall, Norwich
 
£35,697 - £39,780 per annum -Effective April 2019 (Scale K)
37 hours per week
Temporary contract/secondment opportunity for two years

As in many other parts of the country, Norfolk is seeing increasing County Lines activity from London-based drugs gangs who are recruiting children and vulnerable adults to develop local drug markets.  This relies upon the use of high levels of violence to maintain market share and coerce the workforce.  There are significant implications for safeguarding, criminal and sexual exploitation, modern slavery and missing persons.  

Norfolk’s County Community Safety Partnership (CCSP) is seeking to recruit a Coordinator to develop and drive delivery of the multi-agency response necessary to tackle these issues.

This is a high-profile role, responsible for championing the coordination and communication all aspects of County Lines work in Norfolk.  This approach will develop Norfolk’s response to violence reduction and prevention, ensuring this is evidence-based so that risk factors are fully understood, enabling appropriate responses to be deployed.

Working with partners, the Coordinator will review the County Lines strategy and action plan for Norfolk, providing day to day coordination of delivery across Norfolk’s local authorities and their statutory and non-statutory partnerships. You will need to be politically astute with a good understanding of the wider political landscape. 

You will have excellent communication and influencing skills at all levels and will be expected to represent the CCSP at various internal and external meetings, as well as to provide progress updates to senior council officers, elected members and others as required. You will need to demonstrate good partnership working skills, and experience of leading change programmes, with a track record of timely and successful implementation.

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position. 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in. 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

40207 Information Pack 03-19.doc

Redeployment closing date: 20 February 2019
All other applicants closing date: 6 March 2019
Interview date: 22 March 2019