Fixed Term Contract
Community Safety Development Manager
To ensure the Community Safety Partnership has an effective performance and quality assurance system which leads to good quality and safe services for the community in Swindon To support the development and the commissioning of the multi-agency Learning and Development offer so that there is a skilled and competent workforce to support the community safety agenda (this may include the delivery of some training) To ensure stakeholder engagement and involvement (including the community, adults, children, and young people) becomes embedded standardized practice including the commissioning and coordination of engagement to support and deliver the community safety agenda
• To support the development and implementation of the Performance and Quality Assurance
Strategy and framework for the Community Safety Partnership
• To participate or lead quality assurance activities relating to community safety and prepare reports
and action plans for the Community Safety Partnership Board and the joint partnership groups
• To participate or lead community safety initiatives/activities and support local domestic homicide
reviews preparing reports and action plans.
• To deliver learning as required
• To ensure community safety activity integrates the views of the Swindon community including
adults, children, young people, and professionals were relevant and appropriate.
To contribute to annual reporting on findings from the performance outcome framework, audits and other quality assurance processes for Community Safety
• To offer advice, support, and challenge in areas for improvement and development.
• To support the development, commissioning, and promotion of the Community Safety and
Safeguarding Learning and Development Offer in consultation with partner agencies
• To develop and implement new strategies, policies, procedures, and services within the remit of the
Knowledge & Experience
Candidates must have substantial knowledge and experience in the following areas of business and will be
required to provide evidence of this:
• Experience of working in Children/Adult/Community Services, or other relevant professional
• Good understanding of quantitative and qualitative data analysis
• A good understanding of professional systems.
• Experience/knowledge of partnership working.
• Good knowledge of Children’s/Adult/Community Safety Services legislation, regulations, guidance, and best practice
• Specific knowledge of statutory guidance for multi-agency community safety legislation
• Good ICT skills.
• Experience in participating in audit activity within a professional environment.
• Knowledge and experience of the Inspection and Regulatory Framework for Community Safety
• Able to communicate effectively and present information clearly to a range of audiences