Recruitment

Please see the below vacancies within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and partner agencies

Pan-Dorset Child Exploitation Transformation Lead

The Pan Dorset Child Exploitation Transformation Lead is employed and managed as part of the Pan Dorset Safeguarding Children Partnership, within the Dorset Council Children’s Services Safeguarding and Standards structure.  The post will work Pan Dorset with partner agencies.  This is a fixed term post for one year in the first instance, funded by the Office of the Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner.

The partnership has put this post in place to ensure data, intelligence and knowledge is collected, analysed and shared to support a clear multi-agency understanding of the exploitation risks in Dorset.  The post co-ordinates the partners response to Children at Risk or Linked to Exploitation (CAROLE) model.  The main deliverables are collating and analysing data to facilitate the exchange of information between partners, facilitate integrated work between agencies, implement a practice child exploitation toolkit for the workforce and promote awareness of the multi-agency procedures, tools and resources.

This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled business and data analyst, who has excellent people skills, experience of multi-agency partnership working and leading transformation change.  The post-holder will be expected to have or develop an understanding of the wider partnership working required to deliver this project and build positive and practical working relationships as we move forward with embedding the model.

 

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Environment Agency - Administrator/Co-ordinator 

 
This role is funded by Dorset Police & Crime Commissioner, the Environment Agency will host it for the first 12months of the project. You will be a key member of the team, ensuring that we record our actions, communicate regularly, share information and act to achieve our goals. This is a partnership and you will co-ordinate the group's communications and actions. You will organise meetings, take and follow up minutes, co-ordinate data sharing and interaction across the group. You will record our work and ensure that this is done within current legislative frameworks e.g. Data Protection Act. We are looking to influence our communities across the county, from Christchurch to Charmouth, Gillingham to Portland. You will be based at the Environment Agency's Blandford office and must be able to travel to provide administrative support in meetings. These are likely to take place at partners' offices across Dorset, therefore having a driving license is essential. You will need to facilitate teleconferencing and video conferencing too. The group will be making a significant contribution to reducing and disrupting illegal waste tipping (fly-tipping). This is an exciting and varied role, and we welcome enthusiastic applicants. 
 
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