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Recruitment Assistant

Recruitment Assistant

Salary: £14.23ph (£25,900)

Type: Temporary

Duration: 3 months

Hours: 35 per week

Location: Remote working but MUST go into the office based in Chesterfield once a week

Our client is leading charity that's operates within the health care/medical industry. They are looking for an experienced Recruitment professional to assist them on 3 month basis whilst they recruit the position permanently.

Job Role Duties

  • Managing the recruitment inbox including responding to candidate enquiries, filing job applications and preparing roles for shortlisting
  • Posting adverts on job boards
  • Tracking vacancies and updating internal systems and records with progress

Key requirements

  • Experience of recruitment and managing a volume of vacancies
  • Working at pace
  • Systematic and able to follow process and procedure
  • Attention to detail

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Programme Manager for Policy and Commissioning Dept

This position involves working for a Government run orgnanisation in their Policy and Commisioning directorate.

You will manage the delivery of the Police & Crime Plan commitments on crime reduction, reducing reoffending and prevention working with communities and citizens as well community safety and criminal justice partner agencies to reduce crime by 20%.


  • Manage the establishment and maintenance of Safer Neighbourhood Boards in identified London

  • Boroughs, giving local Londoners and victims a greater voice

  • Deliver programmes of work to deliver commitments as set out in the Police and Crime Plan

These will include

  • Gangs and youth violence

  • Violence against women and girls, including a pan-London domestic violence service and support for London’s four Rape Crisis Centre

  • The reduction of re-offending through Integrated offender management

  • Develop and analyse key policy issues in relation to criminal justice, policing and community safety, advising senior stakeholders

  • Develop, administer and monitor commissioning arrangements to ensure that the application of funds effectively support the delivery of the police and crime plan

  • Help identify underperforming community safety partnerships  and contribute to interventions to improve performance

  • Produce, publish and deliver relevant strategies, as set out in Police and Crime Plan

  • Contribute to oversight of critical community issues, e.g. stop and search and hate crime

  • Support matrix management arrangements in area based teams working to deliver a range of programmes and services whilst supporting work on priority policy issues

  • Produce briefings and respond to correspondence in identified priority policy areas

  • Contribute to the effective management of the organisation and the development of a delivery culture

Person Specification

  • Educated to degree level with experience and/or relevant programme management qualification

  •  Experience of policy development and implementation

  • Strong knowledge policing and crime

  • Exceptional ability to build relationships, influence and negotiate with stakeholders and partners

If this sounds like a role you'd like to find out more about, please contact me directly for more information.

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