We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to lead a team of Community Wardens. This new Community Warden lead will be working in close liaison with internal & external stakeholders, neighbourhood policing and Community Safety Partnership commissioned services to focus and respond to emerging issues reported by the communities we serve.
This is an exciting opportunity to work within the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead; whose area includes both urban and rural communities such as Ascot, Bray, Cookham, Datchet, Eton, Sunninghill, Sunningdale and a number of smaller villages.
You will need to be strong leader who can monitor staff performance, provide support, motivate and organise a team to carry out projects and initiatives within the community. You will need to empower and engage your team of wardens in a variety of different ways in order to design and deliver integrated responses to problems in high-risk areas.
This role is a varied and interesting one. It involves providing a professional uniformed presence to deter crime and anti-social behaviour and to address the safeguarding needs of vulnerable members of the community. You will need to be fit, alert, have excellent communication and observational skills, enjoy meeting people, and relish working outdoors.
You will need to be a proven problem solver, able to compile accurate reports, collate evidence and manage a caseload with relevant agencies and key stakeholders. You will also be required to carry out a range of both support and enforcement duties.
A full driving licence and use of a car is required for the post, for which a business user allowance is paid.
To discuss this role further, please contact Andy Aldridge at email@example.com