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      • kempston, east of england
      • temporary
      • £10.95 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Are you an experienced PA? Do you have excellent diary and email management skills? Do you have experience in minute taking? If so, then this could be the job for you!This role will be based within the busy Executive Department of Bedfordshire Constabulary. As a Personal Assistant, you will be carrying out an essential and high-profile role supporting the Chief Officers. Role: Personal AssistantLocation: KempstonRate: £10.95 per hour Contract length: 12 Months Main purpose of the role:To provide an administrative and secretarial service to senior managers and their senior staff, to support the effective performance of their role. To provide administrative support to enable the efficient provision of service. To contribute to achieving the Force vision, purpose and valuesKey Responsibilities:Prepare, layout and present documents in an efficient, accurate and confidential manner to meet the senior manager's requirements.Maintain accurate and systematic records to ensure information is accurate and easily accessible.Liaise with other Departments/Areas and external organisations to gather/pass information and undertake research to a standard required by the senior manager.Exercise time and diary management skills in determining priorities in accordance with senior managers changing requirements.Effectively manage all telephone, written and electronic communications.Undertake a range of administrative tasks.Due to the busy and often fast paced nature of the role, it is essential that you have:Strong attention to detailExcellent diary and email management skillsExperience in minute takingThe ability to maintain accurate records and prepare and present documents in an efficient, timely, accurate and confidential mannerOutstanding written and verbal communication skillsPrevious experience as a personal assistant, preferably to senior management.Proficiency in the Microsoft Office package, including PowerPoint and ExcelApply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Are you an experienced PA? Do you have excellent diary and email management skills? Do you have experience in minute taking? If so, then this could be the job for you!This role will be based within the busy Executive Department of Bedfordshire Constabulary. As a Personal Assistant, you will be carrying out an essential and high-profile role supporting the Chief Officers. Role: Personal AssistantLocation: KempstonRate: £10.95 per hour Contract length: 12 Months Main purpose of the role:To provide an administrative and secretarial service to senior managers and their senior staff, to support the effective performance of their role. To provide administrative support to enable the efficient provision of service. To contribute to achieving the Force vision, purpose and valuesKey Responsibilities:Prepare, layout and present documents in an efficient, accurate and confidential manner to meet the senior manager's requirements.Maintain accurate and systematic records to ensure information is accurate and easily accessible.Liaise with other Departments/Areas and external organisations to gather/pass information and undertake research to a standard required by the senior manager.Exercise time and diary management skills in determining priorities in accordance with senior managers changing requirements.Effectively manage all telephone, written and electronic communications.Undertake a range of administrative tasks.Due to the busy and often fast paced nature of the role, it is essential that you have:Strong attention to detailExcellent diary and email management skillsExperience in minute takingThe ability to maintain accurate records and prepare and present documents in an efficient, timely, accurate and confidential mannerOutstanding written and verbal communication skillsPrevious experience as a personal assistant, preferably to senior management.Proficiency in the Microsoft Office package, including PowerPoint and ExcelApply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • woodbridge, east of england
      • temporary
      • £10.95 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Do you have customer service experience? Do you have administration experience? Are you a strong communicator? If yes, then this could be the job for you! Role: Duties PlannerLocation: MartleshamRate: £10.95Contract length: 6 Months Main purpose of the role:To provide an effective and efficient service in relation to all aspects of duties and resource management, undertaking day-to-day administration, preventing staffing shortages, planning for events and maximising the use of resources.Main activities of the role Assist with the set up and maintenance of duties to maximise staffing resources across the Force, having due regard to safety, operational requirements, abstractions and cost effectiveness.Register duty patterns ensuring that they meet the required standards.Co-ordinate on call rotas and records of officers with specialist skills or roles.Co-ordinate and record abstractions whether for sickness, leave, training or other operational commitments and advise on necessary changes to maintain minimal staffing or safety levels.Notify staff of impending duty changes and operational requirements.Monitor staffing levels and advise line managers of likely shortfalls, options to balance resources, and make recommendations on the most effective changes and adjustments to working patterns.Assist with the forward planning for events and operational policing requirements and facilitate the deployment and departmental allocation of resources.Assist with the mobilisation of specialist resources and operations for events or major incidents, planning and advising staff of necessary duty changes, calling out officers sometimes at short notice and making the necessary adjustments to rotas/work patterns.Maintain close liaison with Special Constabulary supervisors and with Criminal Justice Units in relation to Court warnings.Provide information and statistical data on staffing levels, commitments and abstractions and assist with the costing of specific events.Maintain compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, conditions of service and best practice guidelines, in particular having due regard to rest breaks / periods, and entitlements..Assist with the induction of new staff and the provision of on the job training.Provide a duties helpdesk advisory service on a rota basis.Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by management.Apply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Do you have customer service experience? Do you have administration experience? Are you a strong communicator? If yes, then this could be the job for you! Role: Duties PlannerLocation: MartleshamRate: £10.95Contract length: 6 Months Main purpose of the role:To provide an effective and efficient service in relation to all aspects of duties and resource management, undertaking day-to-day administration, preventing staffing shortages, planning for events and maximising the use of resources.Main activities of the role Assist with the set up and maintenance of duties to maximise staffing resources across the Force, having due regard to safety, operational requirements, abstractions and cost effectiveness.Register duty patterns ensuring that they meet the required standards.Co-ordinate on call rotas and records of officers with specialist skills or roles.Co-ordinate and record abstractions whether for sickness, leave, training or other operational commitments and advise on necessary changes to maintain minimal staffing or safety levels.Notify staff of impending duty changes and operational requirements.Monitor staffing levels and advise line managers of likely shortfalls, options to balance resources, and make recommendations on the most effective changes and adjustments to working patterns.Assist with the forward planning for events and operational policing requirements and facilitate the deployment and departmental allocation of resources.Assist with the mobilisation of specialist resources and operations for events or major incidents, planning and advising staff of necessary duty changes, calling out officers sometimes at short notice and making the necessary adjustments to rotas/work patterns.Maintain close liaison with Special Constabulary supervisors and with Criminal Justice Units in relation to Court warnings.Provide information and statistical data on staffing levels, commitments and abstractions and assist with the costing of specific events.Maintain compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, conditions of service and best practice guidelines, in particular having due regard to rest breaks / periods, and entitlements..Assist with the induction of new staff and the provision of on the job training.Provide a duties helpdesk advisory service on a rota basis.Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by management.Apply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • bedford, east of england
      • temporary
      • £10.00 - £10.95 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Are you an experienced Resource Planner? Do you have an eye for detail? Do you have strong communication skills? If so, then this could be the job for you!This is an excellent opportunity for a Resource Planner to join Bedfordshire ConstabularyPurpose of the roleSupporting Bedfordshire Police in achieving its objectives by working under the direction of the Resource Manager in delivering an effective and efficient resourcing model to allow the Force to deliver against its strategic and tactical outcomes.Main activities of the role To utilise the Duty Management System GRS for the creation of new and amending current records, adjusting shift patterns to reflect a change in priorities and within specified budgets.To update staff transfers, assisting in and forecasting the planning of resources in the event of major, pre-planned or spontaneous events and operations, special events, football matches, PSU deployments.To utilise the Duty Management System GRS, to ensure that all areas of Force business have the requisite number of staff on duty at all times. To ensure that sufficient operational resources are available in order that demand is met and safe levels are maintained in accordance with Police Regulations and Determinations and Force Policy.To liaise with the HR Business Partner's and Advisors with regards to the Force dispositions, staff moves changes to conditions of service, promotions, part time working etc.To prioritize training when courses are available with consideration that all areas of the Force have the required number of staff on duty for the present and future needs of the business, in conjunction with the Training department.To process annual leave requests, cancellation of annual leave and auditing balances to ensure annual leave is taken in accord with Police Pay Regulations and Determinations.To liaise with appropriate departments to ensure GRS reflects sickness, recuperative duties and other absences. To action duty changes so that the required numbers of staff are on duty in the affected business area.To utilize the Duty Management System GRS to maximum potential in order to complete call out registers for officers and staff. In addition to using professional judgement and decision making abilities to ensure solutions are appropriate and any conflicts resolved, referring to the Planning Managers as appropriate.To issue duty changes to facilitate attendance at court.Act as a liaison with the Special Constabulary concerning planned and unplanned operational deployments.To support the implementation and continuous development of the Duty Management System GRS.Apply Now! To get your CV in front of the hiring manager todayRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Are you an experienced Resource Planner? Do you have an eye for detail? Do you have strong communication skills? If so, then this could be the job for you!This is an excellent opportunity for a Resource Planner to join Bedfordshire ConstabularyPurpose of the roleSupporting Bedfordshire Police in achieving its objectives by working under the direction of the Resource Manager in delivering an effective and efficient resourcing model to allow the Force to deliver against its strategic and tactical outcomes.Main activities of the role To utilise the Duty Management System GRS for the creation of new and amending current records, adjusting shift patterns to reflect a change in priorities and within specified budgets.To update staff transfers, assisting in and forecasting the planning of resources in the event of major, pre-planned or spontaneous events and operations, special events, football matches, PSU deployments.To utilise the Duty Management System GRS, to ensure that all areas of Force business have the requisite number of staff on duty at all times. To ensure that sufficient operational resources are available in order that demand is met and safe levels are maintained in accordance with Police Regulations and Determinations and Force Policy.To liaise with the HR Business Partner's and Advisors with regards to the Force dispositions, staff moves changes to conditions of service, promotions, part time working etc.To prioritize training when courses are available with consideration that all areas of the Force have the required number of staff on duty for the present and future needs of the business, in conjunction with the Training department.To process annual leave requests, cancellation of annual leave and auditing balances to ensure annual leave is taken in accord with Police Pay Regulations and Determinations.To liaise with appropriate departments to ensure GRS reflects sickness, recuperative duties and other absences. To action duty changes so that the required numbers of staff are on duty in the affected business area.To utilize the Duty Management System GRS to maximum potential in order to complete call out registers for officers and staff. In addition to using professional judgement and decision making abilities to ensure solutions are appropriate and any conflicts resolved, referring to the Planning Managers as appropriate.To issue duty changes to facilitate attendance at court.Act as a liaison with the Special Constabulary concerning planned and unplanned operational deployments.To support the implementation and continuous development of the Duty Management System GRS.Apply Now! To get your CV in front of the hiring manager todayRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • hertfordshire, east of england
      • temporary
      • £14.34 - £15.84 per hour
      • randstad cpe
      Job Role: Administrator job Salary: £14.34 - £15.84 per hour Location: Hertfordshire Hours: Monday - Friday between 8:00am to 5:30pm This is an exciting Administrator job for an experienced professional based in a Local Authority in Hertfordshire. The main duties of this Administrator job are as follows; Experience in the use of databases / records / collating KPI's and the ability to analyze the data.Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, MS Publisher and PowerPoint.Excellent telephone manner as expected to undertake phone calls to customers to gather information to assist Officers in the closing down of the complaintGood interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively and professionally in all media, at all levels.SkillsFlexible and adaptableGood oral/written communication skillsHas an up-to-date knowledge of common IT programs and systemsKnowledge Of Using Microsoft Excel & Word WpMaintain confidentiality of sensitive informationPrevious experience in similar roleClients are looking to interview and shortlist shortly, so please submit your CV promptly for consideration. To apply for this Administrator job please click APPLY NOW and expect a call from Chandani thereafter if your skills and experience match the requirement.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Job Role: Administrator job Salary: £14.34 - £15.84 per hour Location: Hertfordshire Hours: Monday - Friday between 8:00am to 5:30pm This is an exciting Administrator job for an experienced professional based in a Local Authority in Hertfordshire. The main duties of this Administrator job are as follows; Experience in the use of databases / records / collating KPI's and the ability to analyze the data.Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, MS Publisher and PowerPoint.Excellent telephone manner as expected to undertake phone calls to customers to gather information to assist Officers in the closing down of the complaintGood interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively and professionally in all media, at all levels.SkillsFlexible and adaptableGood oral/written communication skillsHas an up-to-date knowledge of common IT programs and systemsKnowledge Of Using Microsoft Excel & Word WpMaintain confidentiality of sensitive informationPrevious experience in similar roleClients are looking to interview and shortlist shortly, so please submit your CV promptly for consideration. To apply for this Administrator job please click APPLY NOW and expect a call from Chandani thereafter if your skills and experience match the requirement.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • welwyn garden city, east of england
      • contract
      • £12.31 per hour
      • randstad cpe
      Our client, a local authority is looking for Planning Support Officers to join themMain purpose of the role is to be responsible for the provision of technical, administrative and procedural customer helpdesk support and advice for the Council's Development Management Service users.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND JOB ACTIVITIESProvision of efficient, skilled and knowledgeable customer advice for the Development Management service providing technical support and assistance to service users and a wide range of advice and guidance to other staff, service users, councillors and the public on planning matters including technical, administrative and procedural planning issues. Providing high quality front line customer care support over the telephone, electronically and in person.Administration and operation of the planning departments document archiving system and process of transferring paper records as part of the statutory register to scanned images. Operation and updating of planning systems including planning databases, Geographical Information System and website. Allied responsibility for system maintenance, use and development in accordance with changing needs for the planning systems. Collation and provision of management information on service delivery, including performance on key areas, national, local and other indicators.Providing, copying and despatching documents and information to applicants and other interested parties within performance targets. Collecting payments, issuing receipts and despatching invoices for sales of documents and copies of decision notices. Using, maintaining and advising other users on the individual use of microfiche, website and document archiving system.Checking the validity of submitted planning and other applications including assessment of the requirement for planning permission and identifying the appropriate fee required. Registration of valid applications using the development management administrative processing system and linked Geographical Information Systems package. Correct identification of parties to be consulted (electronically and/or hard copy) and notified about the application and preparation of the consultation and notification documents, including statutory adverts and notices. Strong Admin and IT Skills are essentialAlso:Good Communication Skills (written and oral)OrganisedExperience in working to fixed deadlines and service priorities.DesirableExperience in working in Planning and/or a Local Government environment.Ideally experience of providing front line services.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Our client, a local authority is looking for Planning Support Officers to join themMain purpose of the role is to be responsible for the provision of technical, administrative and procedural customer helpdesk support and advice for the Council's Development Management Service users.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND JOB ACTIVITIESProvision of efficient, skilled and knowledgeable customer advice for the Development Management service providing technical support and assistance to service users and a wide range of advice and guidance to other staff, service users, councillors and the public on planning matters including technical, administrative and procedural planning issues. Providing high quality front line customer care support over the telephone, electronically and in person.Administration and operation of the planning departments document archiving system and process of transferring paper records as part of the statutory register to scanned images. Operation and updating of planning systems including planning databases, Geographical Information System and website. Allied responsibility for system maintenance, use and development in accordance with changing needs for the planning systems. Collation and provision of management information on service delivery, including performance on key areas, national, local and other indicators.Providing, copying and despatching documents and information to applicants and other interested parties within performance targets. Collecting payments, issuing receipts and despatching invoices for sales of documents and copies of decision notices. Using, maintaining and advising other users on the individual use of microfiche, website and document archiving system.Checking the validity of submitted planning and other applications including assessment of the requirement for planning permission and identifying the appropriate fee required. Registration of valid applications using the development management administrative processing system and linked Geographical Information Systems package. Correct identification of parties to be consulted (electronically and/or hard copy) and notified about the application and preparation of the consultation and notification documents, including statutory adverts and notices. Strong Admin and IT Skills are essentialAlso:Good Communication Skills (written and oral)OrganisedExperience in working to fixed deadlines and service priorities.DesirableExperience in working in Planning and/or a Local Government environment.Ideally experience of providing front line services.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • hertfordshire, east of england
      • temporary
      • £12.00 - £12.53 per hour
      • randstad cpe
      Job Role: Support OfficerSalary: £12.53 per hour Location: HertfordshireHours: 37hour a week 8:45AM to 17:15PM Monday to Thursday & 8:45AM to 4:45PM Friday.Temporary role: 3months +An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Support Officer based in a Local Authority in Hertfordshire. Job DutiesDemonstrable experience of working with the public in a customer service environment.Experience of dealing with debt collection processes.Experience of maintaining accurate records in relation to property and or financeThe ability to deal appropriately with personal and sensitive information, ensuring full compliance with GDPR at all times.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Ability to deal with a wide range of enquiries using own initiative and decision making on a daily basis.Experience of MS Office applicationsPerson SpecificationFriendlyPolitePresentableFlexibleConfidentComputer literateClients are looking to interview and shortlist shortly, so please submit your CV promptly for consideration.Please apply with submission of your CV and Chandani Jethwa from our London CPE office will be in Touch. For more information and a confidential chat about the position, please do not hesitate to call us on 0203 680 0630.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Job Role: Support OfficerSalary: £12.53 per hour Location: HertfordshireHours: 37hour a week 8:45AM to 17:15PM Monday to Thursday & 8:45AM to 4:45PM Friday.Temporary role: 3months +An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Support Officer based in a Local Authority in Hertfordshire. Job DutiesDemonstrable experience of working with the public in a customer service environment.Experience of dealing with debt collection processes.Experience of maintaining accurate records in relation to property and or financeThe ability to deal appropriately with personal and sensitive information, ensuring full compliance with GDPR at all times.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Ability to deal with a wide range of enquiries using own initiative and decision making on a daily basis.Experience of MS Office applicationsPerson SpecificationFriendlyPolitePresentableFlexibleConfidentComputer literateClients are looking to interview and shortlist shortly, so please submit your CV promptly for consideration.Please apply with submission of your CV and Chandani Jethwa from our London CPE office will be in Touch. For more information and a confidential chat about the position, please do not hesitate to call us on 0203 680 0630.Still searching? Not all of our vacancies are on our website yet. We're happy to provide a tailored careers guidance service, so for the best chance of finding your ideal opportunity, get in touch with one of our specialist consultants and we will be able to support you with your job search.Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • luton, east of england
      • temporary
      • £13.92 per hour
      • randstad business support
      This is an exciting opportunity for you to join Bedfordshire Police within the Public Protection Unit.Main purpose of the role: To contribute to achieving the vision, purpose and values of Bedfordshire Police. To support Bedfordshire Police in achieving its objectives by managing the systems and processes of the Public Protection Unit Support Team (PPUST). Incorporating our MASH roles supporting partners and the protection of vulnerable people within Bedfordshire. Providing fairness and equality to all whilst ensuring professional standards are maintained.Key ResponsibilitiesTo assess the risk to individuals and the organisation with respect to referrals that come into the Support Team and to disseminate to the appropriate department, team or agency. This will include making appropriate decisions based on research of police systems.Receiving, recording and researching safeguarding referrals from Police personnel, other agencies and the public.Representing Bedfordshire Police in taking part in strategy meetings in person or telephony, agreeing whether Single agency S17(CAF, TAC) S47 , ICPC & other low level strategy meetings.Researching, evaluating and allocating, in accordance with statutory, procedural and local management guidelines, all invitations to safeguarding conferences received by the PPURT.Complete comprehensive chronologies where children reside in households where DV incidents have occurred. - these are typed and in a specific format.Developing and maintaining effective liaison with key personnel in the Police and other agencies to promote the effective operation of the unit.Providing advice and guidance to the Police personnel, other agencies and the public on safeguarding issues.Completing research and subsequent disclosure for other agencies and also in respect of Court orders- giving due regard to the principles of the Data protection act and the various Information sharing protocols.Management of Domestic Abuse Referrals - follow local agreement protocols to manage risk referring DV incidents expeditiously to partners using the relay referral process for DV.Victim call backs for medium risk repeat victims. Ensuring safeguarding has been considered- Identifying any further risk. Refer and sign post appropriately.Entry RequirementsCapable of a high standard or written and oral communication sufficient to write reports and communicating at a management level.Conversant with the use of all current Bedfordshire IT systems.An ability to innovate, challenge and drive positive improvement.Evidence of high level organisation skills including the setting of priorities and managing the risk to safeguard vulnerable members of society.The ability to be assertive in meeting situations, to ensure the correct response is provided for the victim and any investigations to follow.To have an understanding of Child Protection Investigations and other vulnerable person investigations in order to set investigation strategies and relevant actions. To be confident, where appropriate to challenge partners & other professionals to manage expectations to ensure appropriate actions are set for Bedfordshire police.Apply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps. (An extensive job description will be shared with the successful candidates)Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      This is an exciting opportunity for you to join Bedfordshire Police within the Public Protection Unit.Main purpose of the role: To contribute to achieving the vision, purpose and values of Bedfordshire Police. To support Bedfordshire Police in achieving its objectives by managing the systems and processes of the Public Protection Unit Support Team (PPUST). Incorporating our MASH roles supporting partners and the protection of vulnerable people within Bedfordshire. Providing fairness and equality to all whilst ensuring professional standards are maintained.Key ResponsibilitiesTo assess the risk to individuals and the organisation with respect to referrals that come into the Support Team and to disseminate to the appropriate department, team or agency. This will include making appropriate decisions based on research of police systems.Receiving, recording and researching safeguarding referrals from Police personnel, other agencies and the public.Representing Bedfordshire Police in taking part in strategy meetings in person or telephony, agreeing whether Single agency S17(CAF, TAC) S47 , ICPC & other low level strategy meetings.Researching, evaluating and allocating, in accordance with statutory, procedural and local management guidelines, all invitations to safeguarding conferences received by the PPURT.Complete comprehensive chronologies where children reside in households where DV incidents have occurred. - these are typed and in a specific format.Developing and maintaining effective liaison with key personnel in the Police and other agencies to promote the effective operation of the unit.Providing advice and guidance to the Police personnel, other agencies and the public on safeguarding issues.Completing research and subsequent disclosure for other agencies and also in respect of Court orders- giving due regard to the principles of the Data protection act and the various Information sharing protocols.Management of Domestic Abuse Referrals - follow local agreement protocols to manage risk referring DV incidents expeditiously to partners using the relay referral process for DV.Victim call backs for medium risk repeat victims. Ensuring safeguarding has been considered- Identifying any further risk. Refer and sign post appropriately.Entry RequirementsCapable of a high standard or written and oral communication sufficient to write reports and communicating at a management level.Conversant with the use of all current Bedfordshire IT systems.An ability to innovate, challenge and drive positive improvement.Evidence of high level organisation skills including the setting of priorities and managing the risk to safeguard vulnerable members of society.The ability to be assertive in meeting situations, to ensure the correct response is provided for the victim and any investigations to follow.To have an understanding of Child Protection Investigations and other vulnerable person investigations in order to set investigation strategies and relevant actions. To be confident, where appropriate to challenge partners & other professionals to manage expectations to ensure appropriate actions are set for Bedfordshire police.Apply now! And a member of the team will be in touch to discuss next steps. (An extensive job description will be shared with the successful candidates)Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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