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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.

 

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.

 

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 this role.

 

Closing date: 22/04/2014

 

 If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact: SSF Police Staff Recruitment on 01492 804699

 


 

 

Custody Nurse opportunities 1 x Custody Nurse

(37 hrs per week)

 

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.

 

Following training, Custody Nurses will be required to provide clinical assessments of persons in custody, implement care plans, and whenever necessary, administer medication, health and behaviour monitoring and clinical care to safeguard the health and welfare of detained persons.

 

The post is peripatetic and the successful applicant will be required to work across the force area.

 

We are looking for experienced Band 5 or Band 6 Nurses who can demonstrate significant A&E / acute medical experience and who have complete confidence in their ability to join our team. Experience of mental health, drug and alcohol issues would be advantageous.

 

It is essential that the successful applicant holds a full UK driving licence.

 

Contact the Shared Service Facility: SSFHRLPSEastern@nthwales.pnn.police.uk  or telephone 01492 804332.

 

Closing date for application form: 25/04/2014

 


 

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.

 

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.

 

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 29/04/2014.

 

Interviews will be held week commencing 12/05/2014.

 

 


equality logo stonewall 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.

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