ALL internal applicants are asked to upload current CV. You can also provide a ‘supporting statement’ as part of your application which may include some of the information you would normally include in the EoI.

Cafcass supports over 130,000 children and families each year, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, putting their needs, wishes and feelings first and ensuring their voice is heard at the heart of family court proceedings.

Cafcass is also a high-performing organisation as demonstrated by our ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted, only the 4th national organisation to receive this rating and is testament to our culture of continuous improvement.

Cafcass is recruiting for a Police Information Compliance Officer to join our National Improvement Service (NIS). The NIS focuses on supporting quality improvement in front-line work to help Cafcass provide the best service possible to children and young people.

As a Police Information Compliance Officer, you will:

Develop and maintain a Quality Assurance system relating to Police National Computer checks, in line with the Home Office Access Agreement and Cafcass Security Operating Procedures
Support the learning and development of the NBC PNC Team through effective feedback and recommendations for improvement
Monitor national compliance and build a culture of continuous improvement in respect of permitted use of police information, as set out in the Disclosure Protocol
Facilitate innovation and future working in relation to police safeguarding checks, including supporting Cafcass’ transition to the Law Enforcement Database

We also think for you to succeed and truly make a difference you should be someone who has;

HND/NVQ 4 in business related area or willingness to work towards
Experience in the use of police information, including PNC data and auditing procedures
Experience in office procedures and the people, systems and technology that support these
Experience at identifying operational strengths and weaknesses to improve quality and compliance to regulatory requirements
Experience in the effective use of feedback and training to improve performance

The successful applicant to the post will be required to undergo police vetting to NPPV L2 standards.

Further information about the role and Cafcass can be found by clicking the “documents available” button above.

Does this sound like you? We hope so and that you’re interested in providing us with some information about yourself by completing the short application and submitting a CV when asked to do so.

Finally, we would like to advise you of the timelines we are working towards:

Closing date: Thursday 4th June 2020
Interviews (via Skype): Mid-June, dates tbc

These dates are subject to change but we will endeavour to update you if this occurs.

In the meantime, if you would like to informally find out about the role before deciding to apply, you are welcome to contact the Recruiting Manager by email at . However, please note we cannot accept applications / CVs by email and you must apply online but rest assured the process is quick and simple.

“We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. We are also a Disability Confident Employer which further underlines our commitment to employ, train, retain and develop the careers of colleagues with disabilities.

Please be advised successful applicants will be subject to a range of pre-employment checks, including a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS). In accordance with the DBS code of practice and our own policy, should an individual have a declared criminal offence an individual assessment will be completed. Further information on what the assessment covers can be found by viewing the Cafcass DBS policy”.