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£34,578 to £37,281 Per year Appointments will normally be based at the bottom point of the salary scale.
02 June 2021 09:49:00
Closing Date:
16 June 2021 17:00:00

Based within MOSOVO, North

Scale PO2-5 (£34578.00 - £37281.00)
37hrs per week (See attached shift pattern)




The post holder will perform the role of Offender Manager under the direction of the MOSOVO Detective Sergeant.  They will work directly with registerable sex offenders and other nominals who come under the MAPPA framework conducting regular home visits and compiling official reports. 


There is a requirement for extensive multi agency working to deliver structured management of offenders in the community. 


The role is open to those who have already gained accreditation as PIP 1 investigators or who are willing to complete this programme in post.   


The successful candidate will need to demonstrate high levels of self-motivation, proactivity, partnership working and organisation.  They must be willing to complete training in OSP (OASys Sexual reoffending Predictor) , ARMS (Active Risk Management System) the national MOSOVO course and the Visor computer system.  Some of this training may be held out of the force area.   


It is a national requirement for the post holder to be assessed as being occupationally competent in the workplace and so this will form part of their probationary period in the role. 


Please refer to the accompanying shift pattern and note that it includes some weekend working.


For an informal discussion about the role please contact DS Katie Welsh or DI Martin Hodgson.


Please refer to the attached Job Profile and Person Specification for further details of the role and the essential criteria.


Please note this process will use the Competency and Values Framework for policing (CVF) Personal Qualities.  Please refer to the attached Framework for further details.



Cumbria Constabulary continues to keep Cumbria safe by our staff and officers providing excellent services in partnership with other agencies. Staff jobs are evaluated through the HAY scheme and whilst pay is a strong factor in any recruitment; we can offer the total package, which includes the strong reputational and cultural image of the Constabulary, career progression opportunities including training and development and a wide range of benefits, for further details please click on the following link:


We are already a high performing force, with our staff delivering excellent service on a daily basis. We have outstanding people who work tirelessly to serve our communities. The Code of Ethics sets out the principles and standards of behaviour we expect to see and applies to every individual who works in policing, whether a warranted officer, member of police staff, volunteer or someone contracted to work in a police force, for further details please click on the following link:


We are committed to the development and promotion of equal opportunities for all.  Due to their under representation, applications are particularly welcomed from eligible minority group candidates.




The closing date for this post is 5pm Wednesday 16th June 2021



* Appointment to all posts is subject to vetting checks some of which may be enhanced


Application forms can be completed online and emailed to  or alternatively returned by post to the following address: Employee Services Department, Cumbria Constabulary Police Headquarters, Carleton Hall, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2AU.


To apply for this vacancy please refer to the attached application form and application form guidance

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