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Community Safety Team Support Officer

Leicestershire County Council
£25,932 - Pro-Rata
Closing date
29 May 2022

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  • To support the Community Safety Team to co-ordinate and develop the County Council’s corporate approach to Community Safety and ensure synergy with other strategies and plans of the County Council and Partnership Agencies.
  • To support the Community Safety Team to successfully deliver programmes and projects, complete and submit bids and grant applications and co-ordinate the actions from Domestic Homicide Reviews across the partnership.
  • To provide administrative support to the Community Safety Team, including the taking of minutes at complex partnership meetings on subjects such as domestic abuse, anti-social behaviour and counter terrorism.


  • Educated to NVQ 4 Level in Project Management/Business Admin or equivalent, or appropriate experience to this level
  • Experience of working on projects in a supportive, enabling role
  • Experience of providing and leading administrative support and coordination
  • Experience of organising and facilitating key meetings and events including Project Boards, Team meetings, training and workshops with a focus on decisions, risks and actions
  • Experience of presenting information in a variety of formats relevant to audience needs
  • Good general business and commercial acumen
  • Knowledge of key project documents and requirements, showing good do-ordination skills and knowledge
  • Knowledge of various Microsoft programmes, including Word, Excel, Visio, Project etc

Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page.
For informal enquires please contact Gurjit Samra-Rai, Tel: 0116 305 6056 Email: 

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