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Hamilton House, Hamilton Business Park, Caird Park, ML3 0QA
£29,013 - £31,177 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
37 hours per week
Work From Home:


Corporate Services Administrator


£29,013– £31,177 - A4 STAFF WILL BE APPOINTED ON POINT 1 OF THE SCALE- £29,013




Around 37 hours per week Monday to Friday


Hamilton – Currently working to a hybrid model of office and home working.

The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner is currently seeking to recruit a CS Administrator to join her team who are based in Hamilton. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual to work in a fast-paced environment within a growing progressive organisation.

The PIRC was established in 2013 and is responsible for carrying out independent investigations into incidents involving the police and independently review the way the police handle complaints from the public. Our aim is to secure public confidence in policing in Scotland by supporting continuous improvement and promoting positive change.

As Corporate Services Administrator you will be reporting to the Corporate Services Manager (CSM) and will support them and the Corporate Services Officer (CSO) in the delivery of our Corporate Services which include Procurement, Facilities, IT, Health and Safety and Payroll. The post holder will be faced with competing priorities, demands and expectations and will require to have a working knowledge of each area and be able to provide integrated and efficient corporate services that support colleagues, service users and stakeholders.

You must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following specific duties (see candidate information pack for full details):

  • Responsible for delivering 1st line IT support to staff and for ensuring that all staff have required kit
  • Coordinating staff travel including booking hotels etc and ensuring that staff are aware of risk assessments ahead of travel
  • Integral part of the team who facility manages the PIRC offices, arrange maintenance and repairs where necessary, as required, liaise with contactors and Scottish Government Estates & Facilities and IT Departments when required to ensure that the PIRC offices are suitably maintained.
  • Manage PIRC fleet of cars, record keeping and arranging service and repairs, fuel cards.
  • Ensure that PIRC are compliant with health and safety legislation

Successful candidates should have a good standard of general education (minimum SCQF level 6 or equivalent) including qualifications in Maths and English. Candidate should also have significant experience, 1 year minimum, of working in a similar corporate services role in a small to medium sized organisation. They should also be able to evidence their abilities to meet the essential requirements for the post.

The PIRC offers excellent career prospects, competitive pension and benefits and operates flexible working arrangements.

The successful candidate must undergo Non Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV) and Baseline Personal Security Standard (BPSS) clearance prior to appointment.

The PIRC is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to promoting a diverse workforce, with an emphasis on the PIRC values of integrity, impartiality and respect. We, therefore, encourage and welcome applications from all members of the community. We are committed to the Disability Confident Initiative and offer a guaranteed interview to any applicant who meets all of the selection criteria required for the post and considers themselves to be disabled.

At PIRC we also offer a good range of benefits which are:

  • Hybrid working
  • Flexible working
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with a generous employer contribution
  • Competitive pay for sickness, maternity & paternity leave
  • Access to Edenred discounts
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Programme

For information on this vacancy please contact the Human Resources Department at or call on 07342 080256.

How to Apply

The Candidate Information Pack / Application Form is available from our website

The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 9th June 2024

Shortlisting will take place thereafter. Successful applicants will be contacted with an interview date in due course.

Applicants who have not been contacted by us within 3 weeks of this closing date should assume they have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note we are unable to provide feedback on unsuccessful applications.

Only completed application forms will be considered. Please do not substitute your Curriculum Vitae for a completed form since this will not be considered.