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Review Coordinator (Domestic Homicide and Interpersonal Violence) (Ref 3372)

  • Multiple Locations
  • Part Time
  • £29,174 - £32,798 per annum, pro rata (pending the 2022/23 pay award)

Would you like to use your excellent organisational skills to help save lives?  We are looking for a  great organiser and communicator to run Domestic Homicide Reviews in Devon. These formal reviews take place after someone dies as a result of domestic abuse. They aim to learn lessons from tragic events and change things for the better, to reduce the chance of similar tragedies in future. Reviews are led by independent chairs, working with an expert panel.Your role will be to make sure that the panels can do the best possible job, by designing and delivering efficient, effective systems for managing and monitoring the review process. You will need to coordinate and communicate with many organisations, usually with several reviews under way at the same time. So excellent prioritisation and communication are a must.  You'll be part of a wider team working on reducing harm from serious violence and domestic abuse and you'll have the chance to work on other projects and processes within the team.  For an informal conversation about the role, contact Simon Milner at simon.milner@devon.gov.uk. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DCC embraces the positive benefits of a diverse workforce and is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and safe. We welcome applications from people who share our commitment to stop discrimination, challenge inequality and promote diversity across Devon. More information can be found on our Equality and Diversity webpages.  The Council offers flexible working arrangements in terms of when and where people work e.g. hybrid working, part-time, condensed hours etc. This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English. Personal data we collect from you will be processed in accordance with the Applicant privacy notice. Happy to Talk Flexible Working. For more information about Working for Devon please visit our Working for Devon page. 

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Project Standards & Research Officer - Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service

  • Multiple Locations
  • Full Time
  • Grade 3 £20,852 - £22,571 per annum

Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service has a fantastic opportunity available for a Project Standards & Research Officer to join our Business Change Team at our Service Headquarters in Exeter.Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is the largest non-metropolitan Fire and Rescue Service in England. We provide prevention, protection, and response services across the counties of Devon and Somerset.Our vision is that together, we will work to end preventable fire and rescue emergencies, creating a safer world for you and your family. Keeping people safe is what we do, and we owe our fantastic reputation to our highly skilled and motivated workforce with over 2,000 staff.Benefits of working for Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service include: Competitive salary and generous holiday entitlementFlexible working and excellent career progression, training, and development opportunitiesLocal Government Pension SchemeHealth and Wellbeing provision (including eye care, onsite gym facilities, counselling, physiotherapy)Access to Blue Light Card (discount scheme for Emergency Services staff) + Sports and Social AssociationFree on-site parkingFor more information and to apply please visit our website www.dsfire.gov.uk and click on the Careers tab.

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Regulatory Services Manager (Commercial) - Torbay Council

  • Multiple Locations
  • Full Time
  • Grade M SCP 44-47 £48,822 - £52,298

We are looking for an experienced and inspiring manager to lead the operational delivery, strategic development, and coordination of the Council’s regulatory services agenda, which includes Licensing, Food Safety, External Health & Safety and being the Client Officer for the externalised Trading Standards Service. The postholder will directly manage the Licensing Team and work with the Principal Officer, who manages the Food and Safety Team.Reporting to the Divisional Director Community and Customer Services, you will join the team at an exciting time of change and play a prominent role in shaping and implementing flexible, efficient, and high-quality regulatory services in line with the Council’s ‘Fit for Future’ ambitions to meet the needs of the community we serve.  You’ll bring up-to-date knowledge of the legal, technical and policy frameworks which underpin this varied and high-profile agenda and be accustomed to working in a political and partnership context. Experienced in leading a team in a dynamic, high-profile environment, you’ll possess excellent organisational skills, a head for complexity and know how to drive performance management to create a supportive, highly skilled and agile working environment to meet current and emerging service’ needs.  In return, as well as a stunning coastal location with the benefits of an urban style of living, we’ll provide a superb environment for you to build your career within a unitary authority, with lots of opportunities for corporate and partnership working and a commitment to your continued professional development.Further benefits include:A minimum of 25 days annual leave plus additional bank holidays and extra days for additional serviceRelocation package for successful applicantA Career Average Re-valued Earnings (CARE) pension scheme through Peninsula PensionsCommitment to a good Work/Life Balance with options including a flexi-scheme (in most areas), career break scheme, home and hybrid working, flexible retirementFamily friendly benefits such flexible working and access to childcare vouchers, paid maternity, adoption, and paternity leave schemes (where eligible) and paid leave for fertility treatmentEqual Opportunities policies including Equal PayAn Employee Assistance Programme which includes 24-hour access to wellbeing support and counsellingA healthy work environment with employee wellbeing initiatives are the heart of all we doEmployee Reward Scheme - online and in-store access to a range of local and national discounts exclusively for our employeesProfessional support including coaching and mentoringCycle schemeEye care vouchers.For an informal discussion please contact Steve Cox on tel: 07733 391831 or email at steve.cox@torbay.gov.uk. 

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