The National Policing Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme (VKPP) is a diverse and passionate team working across all of England and Wales to aim to improve policing for vulnerable children and adults and their communities. Being a part of our team offers the chance to contribute to work challenging structural inequality and disproportionality, supporting the most vulnerable and marginalised within society.
As a team with come from a range of professions and backgrounds: people from the charity sector, academics, police officers and a mix of genders and abilities. We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join us and take a dynamic role supporting the work of the wider programme through administrative/coordinator support.
We are looking for a supportive, organised and reliable individual with skills to deliver a co-ordinator/executive assistant/personal assistant/administration or office manager role.
Our team enjoys a range benefits in addition to the salary available such as:
The position is for one part time fixed term role until March 31st 2022. This is a national role so working from London, working from home and working from Norfolk are all options which can be discussed at interview stage. If you are working from London, London weighting will be added to the salary.
National Policing Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme (VKPP)
Our team’s aim is to improve the police service response to protecting vulnerable children, adults and communities. We hope to achieve that by:
– Working collaboratively to understand current picture, interventions and strategic approaches used to address vulnerability.
– Conducting and utilise research to target key practice gaps and identify potential solutions both within and outside policing.
– Promoting evidence-based responses and facilitate knowledge sharing.
– Supporting effective partnership working, recognising that protecting vulnerable persons cannot be achieved by any singular agency acting alone.
– Influencing the wider systems and policy landscape to support the delivery of more effective holistic approaches.
You can find out more about specific areas of our work here:
Main Activities of the role:
It is essential that applicants meet the following criteria:
Hours of work are up to full time and this is negotiable. The post is offered on a fixed-term contract.
The recruitment criteria for all posts are subject to reasonable adjustment in line with the Equality Act 2010.
Applications from at-risk staff will be prioritised and receive preference in any selection process.