XP174 NPAS Project Manager - Aviation [Police Staff] **External**

Home based with national travel
£32,796 to £35,481 per annum

NPAS Project Manager - Aviation
National Police Air Service Projects Team
Home-working with national travel
1 full time post - 37 hours

NPAS is the national provider of air support to the Police Forces of England and Wales with West Yorkshire Police being the lead Force.

The National Police Air Service [NPAS] is looking to appoint a Project Manager to work within the NPAS Project Team upon various projects that enable NPAS to delivery safety from the air on a national basis.

The Project Manager will ensure projects are completed to agreed timescales, quality expectations, adhering to budget thresholds and manage Risk. Liaise and manage both internal and external stakeholders by building customer relationships with a wide range of commercial teams.

The successful candidate will have a proven experience of managing projects and have a full understanding of the EASA Part 21, Pt 145, Part M, quality and compliance regulations.

This is in addition to an ability to interpret technical/aviation/aircraft design specifications converting such information into tender documentation and other solutions and overseeing implementation. A working knowledge of the structure and strategies of a police environment is required.

It is essential that you have experience of using Microsoft Project or similar project management software.

The role will require the candidate to be able to fulfil the role profile criteria, work flexibly with some travel nationally and will extend to all NPAS business areas.

NPAS acknowledges that the necessary experience sought may well exist within different categories of applicants. Therefore the vacancy is currently being advertised to both Police Officers and staff, under 2 separate vacancies.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 hours on the 23rd June 2020.

Applicants should be aware that it is not always possible to carry out adequate vetting checks on persons who have not been resident within the UK for the last three years. Therefore, where this applies, applicants may be refused because it was not possible to vet them to the appropriate standard.

West Yorkshire Police is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the diverse communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010.
For a detailed description of the Competency and Values levels required please refer to the http://www.college.police.uk/What-we-do/Development/competency-and-values-framework/Documents/Competency-and-Values-Framework-for-Policing_4.11.16.pdf (This link may be copied and pasted into your browser). This document will assist you in completing the Evidence of Achievement section of the application form.

Please note: the Evidence of Achievement section will not be visible until the employment section has been completed.
No Shift Allowance

This opportunity is closed to applications.