Community Protection Officer

4 days left

Location
Berkshire
Salary
£28,152 – £31,422 pa
Posted
04 Sep 2017
Closes
24 Sep 2017
Ref
CP0198-1709
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Community Protection Officer

£28,152 – £31,422 pa

Full-time, 37 hours per week • Permanent

We are looking for a Community Protection Officer to lead on the investigation and resolution of antisocial & environmental cases.

This is an exciting opportunity to work within the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, whose area includes both urban and rural communities such as Ascot, Bray, Datchet, Eton, Sunninghill, Sunningdale and a number of smaller villages.

Your principal role will be to lead the investigation of antisocial behaviour reports, assisted by the Community Warden Team who you will provide specialist knowledge and support to.

You will also investigate a proportion of environmental protection complaints such as noise.

The post encompasses a varied and interesting workload. The role also involves working closely with internal & external partners in particular The Royal Borough’s Community Wardens, Housing Associations and Thames Valley Police.

You will be a good communicator and be able to organise your own workloads, have good IT skills and work successfully as part of a team.

You must posses an update to date knowledge of law relating to antisocial behaviour especially the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and have proven experience of ASB case management. Experience of environmental protection investigation is desirable.

A full driving licence and use of a car is required for the post, for which a business user allowance is paid.

To discuss this role further, please contact Daniel Bayles, Community Protection Lead, on 01628 796337 or email daniel.bayles@rbwm.gov.uk

To apply, please visit https://ats-rbwm.jobsgopublic.com/vacancies/view/42167

RBWM has the responsibility for and is committed to safeguarding children young people and vulnerable adults and for ensuring that they are protected from harm. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS.

Ref: CP0198-1709

Closing date: 24 September 2017
Interviews: 5 October 2017