There are lots of exciting opportunities outside of frontline
policing. Police staff roles include both full-time and par-time
positions in business, finance, call handling, ICT, HR, press and
media and administration.
Logistics Operative, Business
(£17,361 - £18,525 pa)
The post holder will be required to: To
provide a logistics service by:-
- Ensuring that vehicles, goods and people are safely, securely
and efficiently moved inside and outside of the force area.
- Ensuring a general caretaking/porter service and day to day
minor maintenance, cleanliness/housekeeping, safety and security of
Level 2 Welsh language
skills are essential for this post. Please refer to the NWP Welsh
Language Skills Policy for details on your eligibility
criteria and learning commitments throughout probation.
Please note the successful
applicant(s) will be required to provide a 12 month commitment to
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St. Asaph Business Park and Colwyn
Bay (POST REF: 13263)
Apprentice £2.68 for the 1st year, thereafter
National Minimum Wage.
Exciting opportunities have arisen within
North Wales Police to recruit apprentices 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.
Applicants must possess 4 GCSEs at Grade C or
above or equivalent level of qualification (to include Maths and
English) together with good IT skills and an understanding of
Microsoft Office or similar IT packages.
Level 1 Welsh language skills are essential
for this post. Please refer to the NWP Welsh Language
Skills Policy for details on your eligibility criteria and
learning commitments throughout probation.
You will be employed on a fixed term
two year contract for the purpose of serving an apprenticeship with
North Wales Police in an administrative role.
Application form and
Closing date: 20th February 2014.
North Wales Police is an equal opportunities employer and is
totally committed to the principles of equality and diversity. We
welcome 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 speakers.