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Public Protection Casework Section Manager G

Summary Information for vacancy - reference PN0015


National Offender Management Service


£24235 - £31822 Per Annum


CRO 2LX, Croydon (IN), Greater London, London

Closing Date

12 April 2010

Interviews start

Not specified




Middle management

Pay frequency


Appointment Terms


Working Arrangement

Full time

Travel required


No of vacancies


Field of work


Brief Description

The Manager G role is to manage and be responsible for the work carried out by a group of non operational staff in a specific area of NOMS.

There may be a local requirement to be part of an incident management team on site and to act as Investigating Officers when required by the Head of Group.

All managers are required to achieve set key performance indicators, ensuring all Health and Safety requirements are met in the work area and all NOMS Policies, Orders and Instructions are complied with. NOMS is part of the Ministry of Justice.

All staff are required to uphold the NOMS aims, objectives and work within the Competency and Qualities Framework by working professionally, working with others and working to achieve results.

All managers should promote equality and diversity at all times.

Vacancy description

This post is one of five Manager G posts in the Public Protection Casework Section based in Amp House, Croydon where the post-holder plays a major role in safeguarding the protection of the public through ensuring that offenders who have been released from prison to be out on licence in the community are promptly recalled to prison when they fail to comply with the requirements of the licence. The post-holder plays a key role in liaising with probation, police, prison and Parole Board colleagues to ensure that the recall and recall review work is carried out effectively and is on a day to day basis working very much in a multi-agency setting. The post provides many developmental opportunities for people who want to progress in their career.

Manage two recall teams each consisting of one EO who the Manager G directly line manages and also consisting of up to six AOs.

Oversee the quality and timeliness of the team’s work ensuring that targets are met and explanations provided at management meetings where they are missed
Assist with the consideration of recommendations for executive release on behalf of the Secretary of State. 

For the full description please call 0845 010 3508 or email



1D Respecting others
2B Building relationships and team working
2C Communicating clearly
3A Problem solving and decision making
3B Organising and maximising performance
3C Embracing change.


Further information

CRB check required - No

Regulated by OCSC - Yes

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

Either call 0845 010 3508 or email Please quote job reference PN0015

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