Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office – permanent job roles – based County Hall, Preston.
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner is looking to strengthen his team to deliver his new police and crime plan. Stakeholder engagement, services and behaviour change marketing campaigns are a key part of the office’s delivery. The roles are key to ensuring communities are involved in setting local policing priorities, building local resilience and ensuring victims of crime receive the help, support and advice they need to move on with their lives.
Stakeholder engagement and campaigns lead – LC12 – £42,492 to £47,442 plus pension – permanent role 37 hours
This new role is advertised for the first time and represents a significant shift in the way the Commissioner’s team works to engage with local communities and serve crime victims in delivering his police and crime plan priorities. The Commissioner is looking for someone to deliver his stakeholder engagement strategy and develop campaigns using digital and traditional channels. The role will lead a small but highly skilled team engaging with local communities and stakeholders and developing behaviour change and services marketing campaigns to promote uptake of Lancashire Victim Services and to help keep residents safe.
To be considered for the role you will need to demonstrate experience in developing and executing campaigns in a multi-agency setting that produce measurable outcomes. Able to influence at the highest level, the post-holder will also need a great deal of political nous.
For an informal discussion about the role, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and digital media officer – LC 7 – £24,030 to £27,519 pro rata – 1 full time (37 hours) and part time (22 hours) role – permanent
The press and digital media officer roles help develop content, campaigns and digital channels to ensure the services offered by Lancashire Victim Services are promoted effectively to those who need them. Work also includes engaging with the media, stakeholders and communities through a range of events and campaigns designed to reduce crime and re-offending. You need to be digital native with previous experience in a similar role as well as media savvy.
Public affairs and research assistant LC7 – £24,030 to £27,519 – full time (37 hours)
This brand-new role will work with the wider team to help engage with the county’s 16 MPs and 14 district and many town and parish councils, as well as supporting the Commissioner in his national role as APCC lead for Governance and Devolution. Ideally you will have experience of working in a similar role, be politically aware and understand the Commissioner’s role in a local and national context.