The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and Isle of Wight is seeking to appoint to the crucial role of Compliance Officer.
The Office of Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) supports the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) serving Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. PCCs are elected to make policing more accountable and give people a greater voice on police and crime matters.
The OPCC provides a link between Hampshire Constabulary and the communities they serve. Hampshire Constabulary are one of the biggest forces in the country and provide policing services to the people of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Hampshire is a diverse region with a largely rural coverage, plus urban areas such as Portsmouth and Southampton, including ports and airports. The OPCC owns and occupies a diverse, multi-site property portfolio of over 130 assets including: police stations, Police Investigation Centres, corporate offices, and training facilities.
The OPCC is currently investing heavily in its Estates and Property unit as it seeks to strengthen its in house team and create a high performing service function, which supports the needs of modern policing. As a critical member the estates team, the Compliance Officer will lead and manage the tactical level estate risk legal compliance register and act as part of a team responsible for ensuring that estates operations meet and exceed the organisational governance procedures. Working across a diverse, multi-site portfolio, you will have experience of the broad range of estates compliance duties including legionella, gas safety, electrical testing and asbestos. Up to date knowledge of building services compliance and H&S legislation is key.
The Compliance Officer appointment offers the opportunity to be directly responsible for driving service delivery excellence on behalf of a high-profile emergency service organisation.
Further information and a copy of the candidate information pack can be found on the following link:
To arrange a confidential briefing call please contact our retained advisor Matthew Giles (firstname.lastname@example.org) at The Management Recruitment Group on 0203 962 9900.
Closing date for applications is midnight on 28th January 2024.
First stage interviews with MRG are scheduled for w/c 29th January 2024.
First stage interviews with the OPCC are schedule for w/c 5th February 2024.
All direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to The Management Recruitment Group.