Public Prosecutions Officer

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 18 - £ 22 / Hour
  • Category
    Public Sector - Public Sector Legal
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference






Public Prosecution Officers job purpose:

  • To complete compliance, enforcement and project work within the Public Protection Service to ensure the delivery of a high quality customer focused specialist enforcement service within a performance management regime.

Main responsibilities of a Public Prosecutions Officer:

  • To respond to and fully investigate reactive request for service relevant to Public Protection and own areas of competency as defined within your PDR and 121's.

  • To carry out proactive work such as inspections and sampling programmes.

  • To ensure maximum customer care provision when completing caseload and support projects to support a robust service monitoring and performance programme.

  • Carry out responsibilities under the H&S at Work Act 1974 and associated regulations and promote a safety culture in accordance with the Health & safety policies and procedures

  • To maintain a technical and legal knowledge of specified technical areas of expertise within the Public Protection Technical Competency Matrix.

  • To be aware of the sensitive nature of the services provided so as to respond swiftly and effectively to allay incidents that could have the potential for adverse publicity and be detrimental to Havering.

A Public Prosecutions Officer must have:

  • Experience of successfully managing a multi-disciplined enforcement caseload.

  • Experience of effectively working with key stakeholders and clients such as members, residents, external agencies, business partners and the private sector.

  • A high level of achievement in meeting statutory duties, attaining legal compliance and enforcement work through to successful prosecution

  • Experience of ordering products and equipment to support own work, ensuring appropriate records are kept for audit purposes.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Public Prosecutions Officer offering a competitive rate at a desired local authority.

*Please apply online with your CV. Please note that only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted*

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Please apply with your CV to: Emily Day