Working in the Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) is supported by a dedicated team of experienced officers whose role it is to support the Police & Crime Commissioner in delivering her policy priorities. You can find out more about the team in the office here

The OSPCC follows the same employment procedures as Sussex Police.

All current vacancies will appear on this page.

Independent Custody Visitors (ICV's) - Eastbourne, Crawley and Worthing (volunteer)

We are currently recruiting volunteers in Eastbourne, Crawley, Worthing and the surrounding areas to become part of our Independent Custody Visitor (ICV) Scheme. You can find more information, and apply online, here.

Correspondence & Admin Officer

The Office is looking for a full-time Correspondence & Administration Officer. You will play an important role on the team, acting as first point of contact for the Commissioner's office. These range from directing media enquiries, corresponding with members of the public, councillors and members of parliament.

As this post holder, you will need to identify trends and key themes in this correspondence to enable the identification of priority issues and inform the Police & Crime Commissioner for her monthly vlogs.

This position provides an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to gain an understanding of the role of the Police & Crime Commissioner and an insight into policing and community safety across Sussex.

Key Responsibilities

· Responding to general correspondence and disseminating requests for information to the appropriate officers to attend to.
· Maintaining a database of all correspondence received, highlighting common themes and areas of interest.
· Dealing effectively with all personal visitors and telephone calls into the office, including logging and passing on messages and ensuring action is taken.
· Undertaking general office administrative duties as required.

Skills & Experience

The successful applicant will have well-developed communication and customer-service skills, as well as being IT literate, with experience of workplace administration and a close attention to detail. You will be expected to be able to prioritise and manage your own workload whilst working effectively as an important member of the Police & Crime Commissioner's office team.

Contact Details

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Debbie Hill on 01273 481561 or email

Additional Information

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 29 January. Interviews will take place week commencing 4 February.

To apply for this position please click here 

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