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ASSISTANT CHIEF CONSTABLE of NORTH WALES POLICE
£91,632 - £106,908 pa (plus benefits and
The Chief Constable of North Wales Police invites applications
for the role of Assistant Chief Constable.
If working in a beautiful area with a rich blend of history and
culture interests you, North Wales Police is offering a unique
opportunity to work at senior executive level and achieve an
excellent quality of life.
In joining this progressive organisation, the Assistant Chief
Constable will work within a senior management team determined to
realise the strategic priorities set out in the Police & Crime
Plan and a number of other ambitions shared with the Police &
Crime Commissioner. Our style of policing reflects the needs of our
communities across a diverse and large geographic area and derives
from a strong emphasis on operating as ‘One Team’ and focusing on
doing the right thing.
Continuing challenges have led us to embark on an ambitious
change programme to create a more efficient force that has customer
service at its heart and which affords staff in the organisation a
real opportunity to influence the direction we take. With this aim
in mind all chief officers are committed to providing accessible,
visible and inclusive leadership in the pursuit of better outcomes
for our public. If this style of leadership is attractive to you,
as Assistant Chief Constable you will demonstrate leadership
qualities that are engaging and motivating to staff at all levels
in the organisation.
The Force is committed to being a bilingual organisation,
therefore if you are successful you will be expected to indicate a
positive approach towards the Welsh Language and achieve a measure
of competency for which full support will be given.
The Force will be holding a familiarisation day for all
prospective candidates at 10am on Thursday, 10th April 2014 in the
North Wales Police Headquarters, Glan-Y-Don, Colwyn Bay, Conwy,
If you wish to attend please confirm your attendance with
Rebecca Hall, CC Staff Officer on 01492 805318 or by email
To request an application pack please contact Melissa
Hildebrandt, HR on 01492 805297 or by email Melissa.Hildebrandt@nthwales.pnn.police.uk.
The closing date for completed applications is Thursday
17th April, 2014 at 5pm.
Shortlisting of applicants will be conducted on Tuesday 22nd
April, 2014 with shortlisted applicants invited for interviews to
take place on Wednesday 30th April, 2014.
Fast Track Programme
North Wales Police is a high performing
organisation which continually seeks to improve the service
provided to its diverse communities. We are therefore looking to
identify and develop those with exceptional ambition, determination
and vision to accelerate into the senior ranks of the police
service. If working in a beautiful area with a rich blend of
history and culture interests you, then North Wales Police are
pleased to announce that it will be participating in the Fast Track
The Fast Track (police constable to inspector)
is an accelerated three-year promotion and
development programme which equips the most talented
graduates with the skills, knowledge and experience to advance to
the rank of inspector within 3 years.
Apprenticeship Opportunity, Rhyl Police Station
(POST REF: 13471)
An exciting opportunity has arisen within North Wales Police to
recruit an apprentice to provide administrative/customer service
support within a supportive environment where they can use their
skills and contribute to team objectives. As well as building on
work-based skills the successful applicant will work towards an NVQ
level 2 in Business Administration and/or Customer Service.
Application form and job
Custody Nurse opportunities 1 x Custody Nurse (37 hrs
Salary Scale SO2 (Plus 20% shift allowance
& 12.47% weekend working allowance)
North Wales Police is seeking to recruit a Custody Nurse, the
overall purpose of the role is to provide an effective nursing
service to the custody suites, conducting clinical assessments of
persons in custody; approved clinical procedures and undertake
ongoing health monitoring.
For a copy of the post profile and an application
Firearms Complex General Worker, Force Firearms
Unit, Rhewl (POST REF: 13467)
Grade 3 (£17,361 - £18,525 pa)
The post holder will be required to: Undertake general worker
duties as directed by the Firearms Complex Supervisor, to ensure
the effective and efficient running of the Firearms Training
Complex at Rhewl.
Download application form and post
profile here >>
- Detective Constables
Have you got
the investigative qualities, enthusiasm and commitment to make a
safer North Wales?
We are seeking to recruit qualified, skilled and experienced
Detective Constables from other Home Office Forces to support Local
Policing Service delivery across the force area as well as within
our specialist detective roles.
Applicants must have successfully completed the Initial Crime
Investigators Development Programme (ICIDP) or equivalent CID
Download an application form here.
- Police Constables
Police are looking to recruit Constables transferring from other
Home Office Forces.
To be eligible to transfer to North Wales Police you must currently
be a serving officer who has successfully completed your
The majority of positions will be within our Local Policing
Services environment as patrol officers based across the Force
We are currently accepting applications for the role of Special
Constable, for an intake scheduled to commence in March
Learn more here
Welsh Language Volunteer Mentors
North Wales Police is committed to improving and enhancing its
capacity to deliver on citizen focussed policing. The Force is also
required to conform to duties in accordance with linguistic
legislation in Wales. In these aims the force has introduced an
extensive development and training programme for all staff to
enable them to acquire, improve on and gain confidence in using the
Welsh Language whether it is for serving members of the public or
conducting internal business. To aid this ongoing programme, North
Wales Police welcomes Welsh speaking volunteers from the community
who would like to assist its endeavours in helping staff gain
confidence in using the Welsh language.
Interested volunteers are invited to submit ideas as to how they
envisage they could assist in this way eg mentoring on a one to one
basis or by running a workshop, supporting the use of written
Welsh, and so on.
Should anyone like to speak about this opportunity please contact
Meic Raymant, Head of Welsh Language Services, who would be
happy to talk through ideas on 01286 670810.
North Wales Police is an equal
opportunities employer and is totally committed to the principles
of equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all
sections of the community. Indeed, to ensure our service is fully
representative of the communities it serves we welcome applications
from under represented groups particularly fluent Welsh