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Antisocial Behaviour Officer

Location Belfast, County Antrim
Sector
Job type Temporary
Salary Up to £15.78 per hour
Published 2 months ago
Start date ASAP
Contact Gemma Lillington
Job ref BCC0001761_1626791994

Job description

Temporary Antisocial Behaviour Officer required for a large public sector client based in Belfast City Centre.

Rate of Pay: £15.78 per hour

Location: Cecil Ward Building, Belfast City Centre

Hours: 37 hours per week

Duration: 2 months pending review

Main duties/Responsibilities:

  • To assist with the development, coordination and review of the council's response, alongside other partner organisations, to resolving identified incidents/patterns of antisocial behaviour at a local level and to work as part of a team to coordinate this at a city-wide level
  • To support the implementation and use of the council's policy and procedures on tackling antisocial behaviour and to update these as required in conjunction with the Safer City Coordinator(s) and Safer City Manager
  • To liaise with other organisations and internal departments to assist in the resolution of antisocial behaviour and to support integrated service delivery and ensure effective use of resources
  • To identify and secure additional resources to support service delivery and to coordinate associated procurement processes
  • To work closely with the police analyst, and other relevant partners, to assess patterns of antisocial behaviour and best practice solutions
  • To support communities to develop capacity and to support engagement mechanisms with local communities and organisations to assist in the delivery of neighbourhood based responses and services
  • To ensure the effective reporting and recording of antisocial behaviour
  • To coordinate the Belfast Antisocial Behaviour Forums which provide a multi-agency response to identified individuals
  • To ensure the necessary standards of service delivery through the motivation and supervision of assigned staff
  • To respond to enquiries in relation to antisocial behaviour and to act as a spokesperson to the media
  • To act as a point of contact for information and advice on matters of antisocial behaviour and potential responses
  • To assist the coordination of enforcement in relation to antisocial behaviour within council and in conjunction with other agencies; including applications and consultations relating to Anti-Social Behaviour Orders and to act as a professional witness
  • To contribute to the development, implementation and review of the council's Local Area Working action plans
  • To manage financial arrangements for relevant projects; this includes monitoring and auditing expenditure and the timely submission of accounts to funding bodies, ensuring legal and quality standards are adhered to
  • To prepare reports which monitor progress against performance measures and deliver briefings

Essential criteria:

  • Full, current driving licence that enables the postholder to drive in Northern Ireland
  • One year's relevant experience involving community safety, crime prevention, community liaison, community development or youth development. This must include one year's relevant formal work experience in each of the following three areas:
    • inter-agency working;
    • working with communities or particular sections of communities; and
    • project management

If you are interested and available for this position please upload your CV to the link.

Please note that these roles may be filled quickly but your CV will be kept on file for future similar roles.

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