Serious Violence Duty partnership delivery manager

The Serious Violence Duty was introduced in 2023 to bring partners together to take a public health approach to reducing and preventing serious violence across England and Wales.

This 24-month fixed term post will work on behalf of all the partners in Gwent to ensure these new requirements are met. The post holder will lead the development of the partnership response to serious violence, including the needs assessment, strategy and delivery plans, supporting partners to embed future interventions, and monitoring their effectiveness as determined by the strategy. They will be required to report into the local Community Safety Partnerships, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Home Office and other key stakeholders.

The successful candidate will need to have the ability to work at a strategic level in a complex partnership environment, have strong project and programme management skills, be able to work at pace, and have a sound knowledge of the Serious Violence Duty and how Community Safety Partnerships operate. Strong negotiation and influencing skills will be key.

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