Police Staff

The Police Staff vacancies listed on this page are part of a new application process being trialled by a small number of departments within the Force - where applicants can apply with a covering letter and CV instead of through our usual online application forms.

This trial will run for approximately six months and during that time a selection of Police Staff vacancies will be available on this page.

To view all our other Police Staff vacancies please click here to go to our Police Staff Jobs Recruitment Portal.


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£29,793 – £31,725 – Wakefield (Carr Gate) - Learning and Organisational Development are seeking to appoint one full-time Specialist Operations Trainer to design, develop, deliver and maintain, high quality Learning and Development (L&D) solutions for staff across the organisation, inspiring and motivating people to develop and maintain competence in their role, and using effective and appropriate methods; to ensure individual and organisational needs are met and to maximise potential
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£21,135– £23,406 – Leeds, Elland Road - The People Directorate are seeking to appoint two full-time People Services Officer's to provide consistent, comprehensive and customer focused support, advice and information to all members of the Force.
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£39,585 – £42,783 – Bradford / Remote Working - The Digital Policing Directorate are seeking to appoint one full-time Senior Connectivity & Data Centre Analyst to technically lead and co-ordinate a professional specialised Digital Policing team, ensuring effective configuration of the network, voice, ICCS and security systems and associated infrastructure through the use of industry standards and methodologies, participating in improvement initiatives, adoption and change control processes in order to maintain and develop the service provided by Digital Infrastructure.
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£19,452 – £20,706 – Wakefield - The People Directorate is seeking to appoint one full-time Health and Wellbeing Coordinator to provide an efficient, confidential administration, clerical and reception service in support to the work of the staff of the Occupational Health Department

 

Partnership and Support Organisations

West Yorkshire Police is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce. We are committed to building a Police Force that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from women and those from ethnic minority communities, who are currently under-represented within West Yorkshire Police. By addressing and improving our representation we can better reflect all the communities we strive to serve.

Please contact our recruitment and selection team if you have any questions relating to this, or you require reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process. All applications will be fairly and rigorously assessed by West Yorkshire Police.