Specialist Prosecutor

Employer
CPS
Location
London, National
Salary
£54,702 - £66,000 (national) £58,998 - £70,240 + £3,150 RRA (London)
Closing date
22 Sep 2020

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Specialist Prosecutor 

International Justice and Organised Crime (Extradition Unit)

Salary £54,702 - £66,000 (national) £58,998 - £70,240 + £3,150 RRA (London)

London, National

Are you a talented lawyer looking to take the next step in your career? Being a Specialist Prosecutor with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) means that you will be at the forefront of delivering justice.

This role is one of the most demanding within the CPS. You must be able to demonstrate a high level of expert knowledge of the law to advise on and prepare import extradition cases for CPS Area prosecutors and to have conduct of export extradition proceedings.

In your role, you will be required to consider cases fairly in accordance with the Act, and other international agreements, as appropriate. Interested candidates should pay attention to the “Technical Knowledge” accountability required for the post which is detailed further in the advert.

You will have opportunities to develop your career further including attending training courses and getting the chance shadow colleagues to gain different perspectives. You will be supported in your progression with access to various promotion opportunities.

Delivering justice is complex with work that is sometimes emotionally challenging, which is why we offer a range of benefits including flexible working, civil service pension scheme,  access to employee savings schemes and 25 days leave, rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service.

If you are committed to public service and are looking for a role at the very forefront of delivering justice.

Closing date: 11:55 pm on Tuesday 22nd September 2020.

At the Crown Prosecution Service we’re responsible for delivering justice through the independent and effective prosecution of crime. As the principal prosecuting authority across England and Wales the nature and diversity of cases we advise on and prosecute means our work is often challenging and complex.

Our service employs almost 6,000 individuals who think objectively, act professionally, show the upmost respect for others and continually strive for excellence.

We offer you the opportunity to have a very real impact on society, the freedom to use your judgement and the chance to experience both challenging and varied work.

All in a supportive environment that is invested in seeing you make the most of your life inside work and out.

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