Code of Conduct Lead Officer
|Working Pattern:||Full time|
|Working Hours:||37 hours per week|
|Salary:||£44,625 – £48,876 p.a.|
|Function Type:||Complaint Investigations|
Are you passionate about public services in Wales and upholding standards in public life? Would you like to be part of an organisation which provides an independent complaints system and an independent process for accountability?
The Public Services Ombudsman is looking to recruit a Code of Conduct Lead Officer to take a lead role on PSOW investigations into complaints made about Councillors within local authorities in Wales who may have breached their council’s statutory code of conduct. This may also include other roles in jurisdiction.
As the Code Lead you will represent PSOW at hearings, engage with key stakeholders and complainants to maintain public confidence in PSOW’s role and remit within the ethical framework in Wales.
Delivering a good customer experience throughout the process, you will:
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What we are looking for
Applications are welcomed from a wide range of experience and expertise including those working with casework or investigation roles in professional or legal services/public sector. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh is desirable but not essential.
What’s in it for you?
Discounted Purchase Schemes.
Please submit your Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form by email to: email@example.com by midday on Monday 5 September 2022.
The responses you provide in the application form will be used to shortlist your application.
The Public Services Ombudsman is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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