Recruitment

Details of current job vacancies will appear here when they are live.

You can find out more about the role and structure of the OPCC here. Or to search current vacancies and volunteering opportunities at Gloucestershire Constabulary, visit their website here.

Guidance for applicants

Applicants are required to provide evidence in support of all minimum criteria contained in the role profile, in order to progress to the next stage of the recruitment and selection process. This evidence should be provided at the end of the application in the section entitled; knowledge, skills and experience. You may type this information on a separate Word document if you wish to. There is no maximum or minimum length for this section.

You are asked to consider how closely your knowledge, skills and experience match the requirements of the role profile. Applicants may also wish to submit a CV. However, as this is an essential part of the application process, it is in your own best interests to complete the application in full to convey to the panel your suitability for the post.

Subsequent selection processes will follow.

Current vacancies

3575 Policy Officer

Closing Date: 30 July 2019

Scale: PO1

Salary: £33,771 – £35,481 per annum

Location: HQ Waterwells, Quedgeley

Full-time: 37 hours per week (Part time working may be considered)

Term: Permanent

Interviewing date TBC

3575 Policy Officer Role Profile

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is looking for a Policy Officer to provide advice, guidance and recommendations to the PCC and the Chief Executive, to enable the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) to fulfil its statutory duties.

Completed application are to be sent to the Resourcing Inbox: Resourcing@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk

The Commissioner’s Fund

Here in Gloucestershire, PCC Martin Surl allocates 1% of the overall policing budget to the Commissioner’s Fund, which supports county-based projects that deliver one or more of our priorities. Our aim is to work directly with communities to make Gloucestershire safer.

About the fund

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