Strategic Estates and Asset Manager

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire
Warwick, Warwickshire
Grade K - £66,018 – 73,371
Closing date
13 Dec 2023

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Strategic Estates and Asset Manager

Are you ready to make a difference in policing and community safety? Join Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe, in delivering his bold vision and strategy. We’re seeking a Strategic Estates Lead, to play a crucial role in supporting his mission to reduce crime, keep people safe and reduce harm. 

Do you have expertise in strategically leading the development of an operational estate?  Do you subscribe to public sector values? Do you want to support the Police and Crime Commissioner to ensure that Warwickshire Police has an estate to enable them to deliver services to protect the people of the county and keep them safe?

Responsible for developing an estates strategy, you will need to engage with the force and with partners to ensure that the Police and Crime Commissioner’s assets are used to support the development of policing and public services in the county. You will have strategic oversight of the estate and assets, ensuring value for money is achieved through effective stewardship. You will work to ensure that the public facing estate meets the needs of communities and the workforce, and delivers on value for money for communities.

This is an exciting opportunity in a dynamic environment in which the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner continues to evolve, presenting exciting possibilities for your professional growth. 

Why work for us?

Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is committed to driving improvement and change, so by joining us you’ll be actively contributing to work to reduce crime, support victims and make communities safer. You will get to work alongside great people who are passionate about making a real difference for local communities. In return for your valued contribution we provide an impressive employee benefits package, including:

  • Diverse, Inclusive and supportive organisation
  • Flexible working
  • Hybrid working from home policy
  • Generous annual leave allowance
  • Learning & Development opportunities
  • Local Government Pension

We foster an inclusive culture that celebrates diversity. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds and experiences to apply. This role is part time, and there will be some evening and weekend work. The postholder will be expected to work flexibly to meet the needs of the role and the organisation 

Don’t meet all parts of the job description?

At the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner we are dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive workplace which reflects the communities of Warwickshire. Studies show that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for roles if they believe they do not meet each item of the criteria. So, if you are passionate about this role, we encourage you to still apply – you may be exactly who we are looking for.

For more information about the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner visit:

For a discussion about the post please contact Polly Reed, Chief Executive at   

The closing date for applications is Friday 13 December at 5pm.  Interviews will take place in person on 21 December 2023.

Supporting Documents for Strategic Estates and Asset Manager


We are the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire, Philip Seccombe.

Our office includes a diverse mix of roles covering all aspects of policing, criminal justice and community engagement.  Based in Warwick but working county-wide, we are a busy but friendly team who support the Commissioner to fulfil his duties and deliver the Police and Crime Plan for Warwickshire.

Police and crime commissioners (PCCs) are elected by the public to give them a voice at the highest level and the ability to ensure their police are accountable.  Their role is to ensure the policing needs of their communities are met as effectively as possible, bringing communities closer to the police, building confidence in the system and restoring trust.

Key aspects include:

  • holding the chief constable to account for the delivery of the force
  • setting and updating a police and crime plan
  • setting the force budget and precept
  • regularly engaging with the public and communities
  • appointing, and where necessary dismissing, the chief constable.
Company info
01926 733523
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
3 Northgate Street
CV34 4SP
United Kingdom

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