Regional Security, Health and Safety and Fire Safety Officer (Ref: 25278)
The post holder can be based at any site within Norfolk, Essex, Cambridge and Suffolk, subject to agreement. The primary area of responsibility will be Norfolk, Essex, Cambridge and Suffolk with requirement to work flexibly across the South East Region.
The post holder will need to either be qualified, or work towards qualification of key safety and security subjects.
The post holder will require a full driving licence with access to a private car.
Her Majestyâ€™s Court and Tribunals Service is an agency of the MoJ and provides the supporting administration for the judiciary across England and Wales. It delivers services to the public directly in court and tribunal buildings, remotely via business centres and some limited services via the internet.
The Reform Programme is a once in a generation opportunity to transform the entire HM Courts and Tribunals Service, enhancing the provision of a world-class justice system, in a manner that provides an improved user experience at reduced cost to the taxpayer. This will contribute to consolidating the UKâ€™s position at the forefront of an increasingly competitive international legal market as well as ensuring access to justice for all.
There will be high expectations of all staff regardless of the job they do and the need for more robust performance management. The organisation will be adopting new ways of working to ensure that it focuses on just that which is essential
Band C staff will need to display a commitment to four key principles: Continuous change, LEAN principles, managing uncertainty and improving performance. All those appointed to new roles in HMCTS must be wholeheartedly committed to these principles and evidence this in their application.
HMCTS is a continually changing organisation. Strong leadership is a critical element in this being successful. As a leader within HMCTS the jobholder must provide clear direction and focus, visibly championing the changes which deliver greater efficiencies. HMCTS Executive team expects all leaders to operate in a culture of openness and honesty, demonstrating a commitment to change through involvement and empowerment, and by delivering results.
The key purpose of the role is to
To advise and assist the Head of the Regional Support Unit and Delivery Director on security, health and safety and fire safety matters to ensure that the Region complies with HMCTSâ€™s operational requirements
To provide real time advice, support and guidance to Cluster Managers and their staff to enable compliance with HMCTSâ€™s security and safety policies and requirements;
To ensure that minimum security and safety standards are complied with and all areas of significant risk and vulnerability are brought to the attention of local management and escalated if appropriate
To monitor and promote all security and safety activities within the Region, including providing support for specific threats, risks and incidents.