Higher Executive Officer

Higher Executive Officer

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Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority
Higher Executive Officer
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Contract: Fixed Term for up to 2 years with the potential to become permanent
Salary: 25,646 - 32,939

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) is an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice. CICA was set up to pay compensation to victims of violent crime.

We employ around 300 people and are based in Glasgow city centre with excellent transport links. We are a small, engaged, productive workforce with a real sense of corporate community.

We have a number of exciting opportunities for current and future vacancies at the Higher Executive Officer level. Most of these opportunities are for Senior Decision Maker roles in our frontline operation teams. The Senior Decision Maker role can also involve presenting cases at Appeals Hearings across Scotland, England and Wales on a rotation basis involving those colleagues who are able to travel and undertake overnight stays. Some Team Leader roles may also be available.

The successful applicant will possess excellent written and numerical skills. Line management roles will involve demonstrating strong leadership, engaging with team members to continuously improve service and achieve operational performance measures.

We offer flexible working 7am ? 7pm, Monday to Friday, on full-time (37 hours per week) or part-time patterns.
Once fully competent in role, colleagues may be offered the further flexibilities at management discretion. This may include the opportunity to work from home for up to 2 days per week.

To find out more or apply for this vacancy please visit:https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ministry-of-justice/about/recruitment, follow the link ?Apply for a Job? and search reference 10425.

Closing Date: 10 July 2017

Overview

  • Location : Glasgow
  • Reference : 10425
  • Salary: £25,646 - £32,939
  • Closing Date : 10 July 2017
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