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Victim Services Coordinator

Vacancies

Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: 36.25 hours per week, full-time
Salary: £32,778 to £34,440
Closing date: 17 April 2017

There’s never been a more exciting time to join Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the Victim Services Coordinator role provides an opportunity to improve the service and outcomes to victims within their local area or division.

You will be a key influencer within Greater Manchester Police as well as with external partner agencies. Working closely with these partners towards integrating services and problem solve to meet the needs of victims.

Providing strategic direction to ensure that victims’ services are implemented and delivered successfully you will act as a conduit between the Office for the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), Greater Manchester Police and the victims’ services provider/partners, which will also include identifying opportunities for service improvement and gaps in service delivery.

You will be involved in the development and implementation of quality assurance for victims services which will make sure that local arrangements are delivered effectively in line with formal specifications and agreements; providing a quality service for victims of crime.

You will also be involved in the development and maintenance of a strong and successful partnership to improve performance as well as supporting the promotion of victim services to individuals, communities and established groups.

Interviews are scheduled to take place from 24th April 2017 to 12th May 2017.

Successful candidates must make themselves available for the two week bespoke training during the first two weeks of July (3rd – 14th).

To apply and read the full job description and person specification, visit the GMP recruitment pages:

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