Safety Education Manager 12 month fixed term
A 12 month fixed term position has arisen for a Safety Education Manager within the Prevention and Protection Directorate.
At Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service, our teams make working here a great experience and this is a great opportunity to work for a Public Service provider who invests in the development and wellbeing of employees . We offer flexible working arrangements so our teams can achieve a good work life balance .
In applying you ll be able to demonstrate and promote behaviours in line with the Job Profile and our Behaviour Competency Framework and meet the selection and qualifications criteria detailed with the job profile (attached).
Putting Communities first, Integrity, Dignity and Respect are our values, if they match your values we would like to hear from you.
This post will be an opportunity for a person who is ambitious and seeking opportunities within the Fire Sector or internally to develop a range of managerial and prevention skills in a complex and dynamic organisation with a passion to drive and deliver continually improving fire safety services to the public.
Applications are welcomed from internal and external candidates who are able to demonstrate suitable transferable knowledge, skills and experience.
You will utilise professional experience as well as fire safety knowledge and understanding to support and develop not only this Team but also the wider Service Delivery Directorates taking actions to achieve corporate objectives and ensure the delivery of excellent public services.
You will bring a level of supportive and strong leadership to manage current business as usual safety education work as well as supporting project programmes across the organisation, building effective senior relationships, finding the best solution to challenges and being critically aware of costs and resources and then making the change happen.
You will be working with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders which will include the Service Delivery Hub Teams, Safeguarding Teams, Schools, Thames Valley Partners and the National Fire Chiefs Council so it is essential that you have excellent written and verbal communication and influencing skills, to allow you to develop contacts and build relationships.
Please note that is your personal responsibility to check whether by applying / accepting this position it would result in any Annual Allowance implications. A breach in the Annual Allowance threshold could result in a Tax charge. Further information on Annual Allowance can be obtained from our Pensions team.
The key focus of this role is:
Key role requirements (knowledge, skills and experience):
An enhanced DBS is a requirement of this role.
Please note we do not accept applications via Agencies or CV s without an accompanying application form.
Closing date for applications is 17:00 hours on Friday 26 May 2023
Anticipated start date: June 2023
It is anticipated that the interviews will take place on Thursday 8 th and Friday 9 th June 2023
The Behavioural Competency Framework allows us to easily identify the behaviours that drive successful performance and enables us to deliver an effective service. The behaviours detailed within the job profile will be assessed throughout the selection process.
At Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service, we want you to bring your whole self to work.
Equality, diversity and inclusion are more than just words for us. That s why we are committed to creating a culture where everyone feels included and respected, and where no one is unfairly discriminated against. All applications are considered on merit alone. We are a Disability Confident Leader if you meet the essential criteria of the role, you will be guaranteed an interview.
Simply: Our community is varied and diverse. Our workforce should be too.
At Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service, everyone is welcome.