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Reference: 71747

Date Added: 4 July 2019
Closing Date: 30 July 2019

Job Title: Police Reform Junior Analyst

Working For: The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners

Location: London

Salary: £25,000

Job Details

We are looking for a Police Reform Junior Analyst to work as part of a Joint Portfolio Team (JPT) which undertakes the portfolio management of 90 programmes and projects supported by the Home Office’s Police Transformation Fund. The role will assist the Team in managing the portfolio and regularly updating the Police Reform and Transformation Board and Policing Portfolio Board of its status. These Boards provide oversight of the performance of the portfolio is delivering the Policing Vision 2025; ensuring that public money is used effectively to deliver transformational benefits.

You will be responsible for providing support to the wide-ranging work associated with police reform and the delivery of complex portfolio management support, together with supporting the analysis/evaluation of information from programmes and projects, preparation of meeting papers and diary management. You will need to have a ‘can do’ attitude, with meticulous attention to detail, be hands-on, work highly effectively in a small team and be able to multi-task and prioritise work. This is a challenging role, but potentially a real career development opportunity for the right person.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  1. Work with staff from the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC), the Home Office and JPT Police Reform Portfolio Analysts to prepare and deliver reports to the Policing Portfolio Board, Police Reform and Transformation Board and other relevant structures.
  2. Support and co-ordinate all administration relating to the work of the PRTB and the PPB and its supporting work streams including preparing invites, agendas and ensuring that actions from meetings are followed up.
  3. Support the Team in the analysis of the current portfolio’s delivery of the Policing Vision 2025 through the recording, managing and analysis of information, and assist in the development and management of a long-term strategy for further funding of police transformation projects after the Police Transformation Fund.
  4. Work alongside the JPT Communications Officer to prepare and deliver briefings, presentations and reports to relevant stakeholders as required, providing supporting data and documentation, including analysis, evaluation and findings of research undertaken, to influence and inform decision making.

Closing Date: 30 July 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews will be held week commencing 15th August 2019 in Central London.

Application Details

Please submit a cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role (2 pages maximum) and CV by email to chloe.butcher@apccs.police.uk

Website: https://www.apccs.police.uk/

Additional Notes