Commissioning Officer

Birmingham, West Midlands
Grade: Band D £29,064 - £40,698
10 Sep 2020
30 Sep 2020
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Commissioning Officer

Grade: Band D £29,064 -  £40,698

Based at: The Offices of the Police and Crime Commissioner,

Lloyd House, Birmingham, B4 6NQ

Full time fixed term contract until July 2021 although consideration will be given to part time.

Closing Date: 30th September 2020, Interviews to take place virtually on 14th October 2020. 


Do you have a keen eye for detail? Do you relish challenge and variety in your working day?  Do you want to make a difference at work? This post will support the Chief Finance Officer of the West Midlands Police Crime Commissioner’s office (WMPCC) to lead for the OPCC on a range of commissioning projects and policy areas in relation to the Violence Reduction Unit while providing advice to the PCC, VRU Director and colleagues on designated portfolios. To lead the implementation of commissioning activity, planning and development.

The post will play a leading role in providing support to the commissioning activities of the Violence Reduction Unit in the PCC’s office,  including tender preparation, award of contracts and all related processes. The VRU is a partnership intended to improve the impact of violence reduction activity across many organisations within the West Midlands, in order to help keep our young people safe from serious violence.

Successful applicants will have experience of providing development, review and implementation of strategies with knowledge and experience of complex commissioning, working with partners and delivery structure relevant to the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

For an informal confidential conversation in relation to this post please contact Mark Kenyon on 07709948722 or

The closing date for applications is 30th September 2020, Interviews to take place virtually on 14th October 2020. 

To download an application form and information pack please visit: or telephone 0121 626 6060.

The Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to equality and diversity.

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