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PS Community and Business Engagement NPST
City of London Police

At A Glance

Job Reference: DF-POJ-201014-01

Salary: According to National Police Pay Scales plus

Benefits: N/A

Location: City of London

Role/Type: Permanent/Part Time

Required Skills/Qualifications: N/A

 

Type of contract: Substantive         

Rank/Grade: Sergeant

Directorate/Department: National Project Servator Team

Statement of expectation for the role (please explain the minimum period required for this role): 2 years commitment to the role due to the training and investment in skills that will be required.

Vetting level required: SC (if unclear, please speak to the Vetting department): Please note if at the time of selection, you do not have the appropriate level of vetting you will need to undergo the vetting process, which will determine whether you can move to the role if selected.

Location:  Bishopsgate Police Station with some remote working.

Salary: According to National Police Pay Scales plus Allowances    

Description of Department:            

The NPST is a nationally funded unit that supports the delivery and the ongoing success of Project Servator for forces around the country.  The unit is responsible for the continuing development of Project Servator for police and See Check and Notify (SCaN) for the public, working closely with National Counter Terrorism Policing HQ.

Purpose of the Role:

The Community and Business Engagement Sergeant in the National Project Servator Team is responsible for leading on the quality and consistency of the community engagement component of Project Servator and See, Check and Notify (SCaN). The post holder will coordinate, develop and quality assure national SCaN training, build relationships between police and private industry and assist forces through the provision of support and mentoring.  They will support forces across the UK in implementing Project Servator by undertaking engagement with business and industry at a national level.

Reporting to the Inspector NPST, the post holder will also manage two PCs responsible for the delivery of SCaN and other related training.

Essential Criteria – including the behaviours that will be tested at application/interview:

  • Demonstrable ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with other forces, stakeholders and partners.  Especially with business/industry at a strategic level.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, demonstrated to a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills with the ability to work with minimum supervision in a pressurised environment.
  • High degree of flexibility in moving between tasks and roles as business priorities dictate.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Exceptional organisational ability to generate and manage own work-load and that of team members.
  • Recent and extensive experience of Project Servator deployments and training delivery essential.
  • Experience of developing and delivering training packages is essential.
  • Ability to develop and create new ideas and better ways of working.

 

The criteria above will be demonstrate the following competencies at Level 2:

We are emotionally aware

We take ownership

We are collaborative

We deliver support and inspire

We analyse critically

We are innovated and open minded

 

Desirable Criteria (If applicable):

  • Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET) is desirable, or a willingness to complete the qualification is essential.
  • Current Project Servator officer (DEO) and operational commander (DEOp) qualifications are essential.
  • A willingness to become a trainer in the Project Servator syllabus is essential.

The application and interview will be tested under Level 2 of the College of Policing Competency and Values Framework.

 

Applicants who fail to address the skills/knowledge/experience of the job description will not be considered.

If you would like to discuss the post in more detail, please contact: Lorenzo.Conigliaro@city-of-london.pnn.police.uk

The closing date for applications is 10th November 2020.

This vacancy is open only to those who have the right to work in the UK.

The City of London Police is keen to promote flexible working and will, subject to operational policing requirements, proactively consider all applications to work flexibly.

The City of London Police is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Recruitment Team