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Equality, Diversity and Welsh Language Officer

Equality, Diversity and Welsh Language Officer

Overview:

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join us as a Equality, Diversity & Welsh Language Officer.

What you will be doing?

To support the Equality and Diversity Manager in developing strategies and policies relevant to the business area, and to help influence policies and practices across other business areas
To work closely with partner organisations including the other three Welsh Forces, Local Authorities, Fire and Rescue Services, Welsh Language Commissioner and Equality and Human Rights Commission etc. to identify and share best practice, as well as identify potential areas for collaboration
To establish and maintain an effective communication avenue with our diverse communities, working with our Neighbourhood Policing Teams.
To support the Equality, Diversity and Welsh Language Manager in advising senior officers and ACPO as to the implications of the Equality Act 2010 and Welsh Language Standards, and any action which is required by the Force in order to comply with the same.
If you think you have the skills and passion for this role, please click the link below to view the role profile.  If you think this is the role for you, please complete an application, evidencing against the required attainments

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Employers Name: Dyfed-Powys Police
Salary: £29,874 - £32,772
Closing Date: 29/05/2024
Closing Time: 23:55:00
Location: Location details can be found in the description
Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join us as a Equality, Diversity & Welsh Language Officer.

What you will be doing?

To support the Equality and Diversity Manager in developing strategies and policies relevant to the business area, and to help influence policies and practices across other business areas
To work closely with partner organisations including the other three Welsh Forces, Local Authorities, Fire and Rescue Services, Welsh Language Commissioner and Equality and Human Rights Commission etc. to identify and share best practice, as well as identify potential areas for collaboration
To establish and maintain an effective communication avenue with our diverse communities, working with our Neighbourhood Policing Teams.
To support the Equality, Diversity and Welsh Language Manager in advising senior officers and ACPO as to the implications of the Equality Act 2010 and Welsh Language Standards, and any action which is required by the Force in order to comply with the same.
If you think you have the skills and passion for this role, please click the link below to view the role profile.  If you think this is the role for you, please complete an application, evidencing against the required attainments (usually found on the last page of the role profile).

Please also refer to the candidate guidance attached below which provides more detail on how to complete your application.

What can you expect?

All new starters will have a buddy/mentor to support you when you join
24 days annual leave (rises to 29 days with 5 years’ service) plus 8 bank holidays
Additional 24 days flexi leave (role dependant)
Access to on-site gyms and fitness classes
Hybrid/Agile working (role dependant)
Discounts from various retailers via the Blue Light Scheme
Cycle to Work Scheme 
Support from our Health and Wellbeing Centre including Welfare Officers, Counselling, Physiotherapy.
Pension scheme
Staff Support Networks
Flexible working opportunities
Generous maternity/paternity and adoption leave entitlements.
Sick pay provisions
All candidates are subject to vetting and medical checks.

Please note for any part time vacancies, the salary will be pro rata.

Diversity and Welsh language

Dyfed Powys Police are inclusive employers and strive to have a workforce representative of the communities they police and serve. We believe that we will benefit from the variety of thinking, approach, and skills that diversity can bring; all of which helps us to deliver a better policing service.

We continue to work towards creating a safe, open culture that is ethical and inclusive of all. We have a range of staff networks and groups to provide specific support and advice, and our aim is to recruit talented people with a diverse range of skills and experience. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, disability, social status, or religious beliefs.

Find out if you’re eligible for Positive Action here.   

We are committed to being a bilingual organisation and any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English.

Information point:

If you require any further information about this role, please do not hesitate to contact: recruitment@dyfed-powys.police.uk

Or attend our weekly drop-in recruitment event, Wednesday @ 11am – 11:30am here.

Additional Information:

Click on the APPLY NOW link to apply for the job advert on our website

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