- Pay Rate:
£21.24 per hour PAYE
- Hours per Week:
36 Monday – Friday, normal working hours
This opening assignment is for 3-4 months
- WEMBLEY, LONDON,
Interim Violence & Vulnerabilities Coordinator
Job Ref: Brent 5211500
To lead in the coordination of our violence and vulnerability program, contract monitoring cases and supporting with commissioning
- Working with the key stakeholders, namely: Police, Voluntary sector services, Probation, Health Economy, Children’s and Adult Social Care, Housing etc. to ensure the ongoing growth and development of Brent’s’ VAWG, criminal exploitation and Gang related priorities.
- Coordinating and developing partnership working internally and externally to the council, ensuring that the agendas compliment each other and other areas of work including mainstream activities: IOM, troubled families, MASH, YOT, MAPPA, Organised Crime Group and Foreign National Offender approaches amongst others.
- Working with the key stakeholders and community leaders to continually monitor and assess local need and assess gaps in V&V provision.
- Liaising with Criminal Justice partners (Police, Courts, and Prisons) to ensure that robust and holistic action is taken to reduce offending relating to V&V related crimes, including VAWG and Gang crimes and increase conviction rates for offenders.
- Liaising with key stakeholders to ensure that robust and holistic interventions are in place to reduce victimisation relating to all V&V related crimes, including VAWG, Serious Youth Violence and Gang and Knife crimes and increase victim support.
- Supporting the delivery of the statutory obligations of the Safer Brent Partnership and to help ensure the requirements in relation to Section 17 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 are embedded in the Council and are prioritised across the partnership.
- Ensuring regular on-going communication and feedback to key stakeholders and communities
“Role Requirements” – to give yourself the maximum chance of success please try and ensure your CV addresses the following essential criteria:
- Educated to equivalent of degree level or other relevant professional qualification
- Working knowledge of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and other relevant legislation
- Good working knowledge of current issues in criminal justice related to the VAWG agenda, including domestic abuse and other harmful practises (including knowledge of the MARAC)
- Experience of the VAWG (specifically domestic abuse) agenda and the roles and responsibilities of various agencies involved within it
- Experience of the gangs and knife crime and the roles and responsibilities of various agencies involved within it
- Proven ability to lead a team and support senior management to develop a team
- Proven ability to work on your own initiative and particularly use your initiative in resolving issues whilst keeping management fully informed and seeking guidance as needed
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Other “Essential Requirements” – Please check to ensure that your CV addresses the following items:
- Our clients are generally seeking applicants who are reasonably local, so on that basis we would ideally like you to supply us with your address (or at least your post code) and a telephone number so that we can reach you during working hours.
- Your recent UK working experience going back at least 5 years, or full employment history if you have been working for fewer years than this.
- Your availability to work either immediately, or at short notice.
- Please refer to the Role Requirements section above - your CV must address the requirements listed.
Other preferable/desirable details to include on your CV, if applicable:
- Any local authority/public sector experience
- Any relevant qualifications held or being studied for.
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Interim Violence & Vulnerabilities Coordinator
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