Staff Officer


Job description

The Board is responsible for delivering independent policing oversight in Northern Ireland. We are a non-departmental public body of the Department of Justice and have 19 Members; 10 of whom are nominated by the 5 main political parties and 9 Independent Members appointed by the Department of Justice. We were established on 4 November 2001 to ensure, for all the people of Northern Ireland, an effective, efficient, impartial, representative, and accountable police service which will secure the confidence of the whole community, by reducing crime and the fear of crime. Please see employer website for full details..

Responsibilities

  • Performance Monitoring Officer: This post plays a key role in the monitoring and analysis of the Policing Plan 2020-2025 & Annual Performance Plan 2022-23. This includes reporting directly to the Boards three main Committees on the PSNI.
  • Performance against the Outcomes, Indicators and Measures of the plan. The role also includes initiating and overseeing research to complement the Policing Plan. The successful candidate will report to the Police Performance Monitoring Manager.
  • People & Organisational Development Officer: The main purpose of the post is to support the People & Organisational Development Manager in the delivery of all our HR related activities including the development of our People Strategy.
  • In leading, supporting and developing our staff to give their best. The successful candidate will report to the People and Organisational Development Manager.
  • Partnership Officer: The main purpose of the post is to support the Partnership Manager in the work associated with oversight and monitoring of the Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) and to work closely with the Department of Justice.
  • As joint funders to increase PCSP effectiveness. The successful candidate will report to the Boards Partnership Manager.
  • Police Human Rights & Professional Standards Officer: The main purpose of the post is to support the Human Rights and Professional Standards Manager in the delivery of all our human rights related activities in assessing PSNI's compliance with the:
  • Human Rights Act by assisting in the drafting of the annual Human Rights Annual Report and various themed reviews and monitoring PSNIs professional standards.
  • The successful candidate will report to the Boards Police Human Rights and Professional Standards Manager.

Skills and Qualifications

Essential Skills

  • Applicants must, by the closing date for applications have: At least 2 years experience of drafting and presenting reports to Boards/Committees/senior management, using information and data from a range of sources, to support the delivery of:
  • Business objectives And At least 2 years experience of managing competing priorities to achieve successful outcomes.
  • And At least 2 years experience of developing and maintaining effective working relationships with key stakeholders to meet business objectives.
  • And At least 2 years experience of managing and developing staff to support the delivery of business objectives.
  • Performance Monitoring Officer: This post plays a key role in the monitoring and analysis of the Policing Plan 2020-2025 & Annual Performance Plan 2022-23. This includes reporting directly to the Boards three main Committees on the PSNIs performance.
  • Against the Outcomes, Indicators and Measures of the plan. The role also includes initiating and overseeing research to complement the Policing Plan. The successful candidate will report to the Police Performance Monitoring Manager.

Desirable Skills

  • In addition, applicants should be aware that after an eligibility sift, should it be necessary to shortlist candidates to go forward to interview, the following shortlisting criteria will be used in the order listed:
  • At least 1 year's experience of working in a politically complex environment. (Politically Complex Environment is defined as the ability to work with multiple categories of stakeholders including MLAs, MPs, TDs, Councillors etc.)
  • At least 2 years experience of working in the justice sector.

Further Information

Work time Monday to Friday. NICS Application form only, Vacancy closing date 23rd December at 12 noon. The Northern Ireland Civil Service is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Application Information

Please visit the recruitment service website: www.nicsrecruitment.org.uk Please quote reference number: IRC287435

Vacancy ID
1580591
Job ref.
IRC287435
Job Sector
Public Sector
Area
Belfast
Location
Waterside Tower, 31 Clarendon Road, Clarendon Dock, Belfast
Salary
£32,328 - £33,459 per annum
No. vacancies
4
Contract Type
Permanent
Weekly hours
37
Published date
05/12/2022
Closing date
23/12/2022

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