Police staff jobs

Contact Officers

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Contact Officers
Force Contact Unit
Dudley Hill Police Station, Bradford.
Salary £17,943 - £21,618 (pro rata) Career Progression Scheme plus shift & weekend enhancements where appropriate
Vacancy Reference Number: XA439

We are looking to recruit Contact Officers to join the Force Contact Unit based at Dudley Hill Police Station in Bradford. We need you to provide a professional call handling service in relation to crime and incident recording to members of the public and the Force.

You will answer calls for service including 999 calls, carry out telephone assessments and accurately record and communicate information to provide the caller with either an appropriate Police response or a referral to an appropriate partner agency. You will operate and interrogate a range of technology in order to initiate a response to police officers and staff, this information is required to respond to and deal with incidents in line with Force policy.

To be successful in this demanding role you will already have experience of databases and their use with the ability to successfully complete various IT courses required for this role. You must have a minimum typing speed of 28 wpm with good verbal and written communication skills.

We are looking for candidates who are able to work a full rotating shift pattern (covering 24 hours, 365 days) as required and to also be flexible to suit the requirements of the department.

Candidates with previous experience of working in a call centre environment would be desirable.

If successful at shortlisting, you will be invited to attend assessment centre. This will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Successful candidates MUST complete the initial 12 week FULL TIME training which is essential for this role.

We are looking to hold a succession list for anyone who has successfully passed the interview and subsequent reference and vetting process.

These posts are part of a career progression scheme and are suitable for job share. The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and Role Profile may be accessed here.

Business Support Assistant

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Business Support Assistant
Finance & Business Support
Calderdale
Salary:  £16,923 - £17,731 per annum
Vacancy Ref:  YF246
 

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit two Business Support Assistants to join our team, based at Calderdale District Headquarters, Richmond Close, Halifax.

The post holders will provide the District with a wide ranging variety of business support services including the processing of overtime claims, raising requests for a variety of equipment and services and receipting cash.

We are a small, enthusiastic and helpful team who take pride in providing a professional service for all our Police family colleagues.

The ideal candidates will have a strong customer focus, display great attention to detail and work well in a team environment.

Knowledge of office procedures, an ability to use computer systems such as Microsoft Office and a willingness to work in other posts or locations (within reason) are also important in this role.

Please refer to the Role Profile to ensure you meet the essential criteria for this role.

These roles are suitable for job share. The application process will close at 16:00 hours on the date shown.

We would welcome your application to join us.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Regional Fusion Tactical Advisor

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Regional Fusion Tactical Advisor
West Yorkshire Police
Counter Terrorism Policing – North East (CTP NE)
Leeds
Salary: £25,062 - £26,802 per annum
Vacancy Ref: XT374

An excellent opportunity has arisen to play a key role in a unique team, supporting the work of Counter Terror Policing.

As a Regional Fusion Tactical Advisor, you will provide tactical advice on dealing with the threat, risk and harm, following a major terrorist attack. You will also be responsible for managing the fusion cell that provides a fast time response to dealing with intelligence to mitigate the immediate threat, and will ensure training is delivered and maintained in order that deployment can be activated on live critical incidents.

This role would suit candidates who have proven ability at operating all computer systems including, Microsoft Products; who are willing to learn IT systems, and are able to train/coach individuals and act as a point of contact for system issues i.e. CLIO.

Eligible candidates will also come with experience of Project Management; excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to coordinate and control internal and external partners in an operational environment.

In addition, you must be prepared to work flexibly to suit the needs of the unit (which may include occasional out of hours cover) and be able to travel both regionally and nationally for business purposes.

The successful candidates must be British Citizens and will be subject to enhanced personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment. For security reasons you should not discuss your application with anyone other than your immediate family.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 16:00 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Identification Image Coordinator

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Working with the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire
Identification Image Co-ordinator (National VIPER® Bureau)
Normanton, Wakefield
Fixed Term up to 31 March 2019
Salary £25,062 - £26,802 per annum
Vacancy Ref: ZP92

 

The National VIPER® Bureau is looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to work as part of a team with responsibility for engaging with communities, organising events and recording images to be used by the National VIPER® Bureau to be included in video identification parades.

This role is part of a team delivering video identification parades to over 20 Forces across the UK.

Click here to see the work of VIPER® www.viper.police.uk

This job is suitable for a self-motivated individual who will be responsible for establishing and maintaining close working partnerships with communities throughout the UK.  The planning, organisation and attendance at volunteer recording events will be central to this role.

Duties will include travelling to locations around the UK to meet, engage and organise volunteer recording sessions with local contacts.  You will also be required to attend volunteer recording sessions, which may require periods away from home.  You will be responsible for maintaining the quality of images recorded and ensuring the collection meets the required standard. 

You will have a detailed knowledge of image editing and associated hardware/software, basic knowledge of lighting for photographic or video recording purposes, broad-based practical experience or recognised formal qualification in an imaging, IT or equivalent field and the ability to manipulate images to an advance level.

You will have a full current UK/European driving licence and have the ability to successfully complete a manual handling course.

Please refer to the Role Profile to ensure you meet the essential criteria to be eligible to apply.

This post is suitable for Job Share. The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Clerical Officer (Firearms)

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Clerical Officer (Firearms)
Operational Support
Wakefield
Salary:  £16,823 - £17,731 per annum
Vacancy Ref: XA443

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a Clerical Officer to provide a support function to the Firearms Licensing Department through the provision of a comprehensive efficient word processing/ clerical facility.

The post holder will have experience of office systems and procedures, a basic knowledge of and ability to operate computerised systems, a basic knowledge of the Criminal Justice System and is prepared to work flexible hours to suit the requirements of the department.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Digital Delivery Analyst

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Digital Delivery Analyst
Digital Policing
Digital Innovation
Salary: £30,483 - £32,259
Vacancy Ref: IT388

West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit Digital Delivery Analysts to join the new Digital Policing (Information Technology) Directorate based at West Yorkshire Police Headquarters, Wakefield.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidates to take up these new and challenging positions in our newly restructured Digital Policing function, with a clear focus on utilising the latest products from the Microsoft suite including O365, SharePoint, System Center Orchestrator, Bot Framework, AI, Cognitive Services, Power BI and cloud technology, you will be Joining an Agile team that adopts flexible working and the opportunity for some home working (after a trial period).

In this newly created role, you will work as part of a technical team professionally and effectively, using Agile project methodologies to deliver appropriate technologies and software solutions in support of Corporate and Departmental business plans. The role enables and supports continuous improvement projects delivering innovative digital customer experience, increasing customer value and eliminating waste and non-value adding activities to the business

Current Technologies utilised - SharePoint, PowerBI, System Center Orchestrator, MSSQL, Service Manager, .NET, JQuery among others.

To be considered for these positions, suitable candidates will ideally have proven relevant and practical experience in project delivery and a range of technical abilities, preferably but not explicitly some of the technologies mentioned above. A related Information Technology degree or equivalent will be considered in lieu of experience.

Successful candidates will be given opportunities to work with the most up-to-date technologies, directly contributing to delivering new solutions for the tool sets needed for 21st Century Policing. Development and training in role of successful candidates, as part of a Professional Development plan, is part of our philosophy.

Due to the nature of this role, a full, current UK/European driving licence is desired, and you must be able to work flexibly to suit the needs of the department; this includes travelling for business purposes and participating in a call-out rota.  The successful candidates will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

This post is suitable for Job share. The Application process will close at 10:00 hours on the date shown.

 

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Business Support Assistant

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Business Support Assistant
Finance & Business Support
Bradford
Salary:  £16,923 - £17,731 per annum
Vacancy Ref:  YF247

 

We are looking to recruit a Business Support Assistant to join our team, based at Bradford District Headquarters, Nelson Street, Bradford.

The post holder will provide the District with a wide ranging variety of business support services including the processing of overtime claims, raising requests for a variety of equipment and services and receipting cash.

We are a small, enthusiastic and helpful team who take pride in providing a professional service for all our Police family colleagues.

The ideal candidate will have a strong customer focus, display great attention to detail and work well in a team environment.

Knowledge of office procedures, an ability to use computer systems such as Microsoft Office and a willingness to work in other posts or locations (within reason) are also important in this role.

Please refer to the Role Profile to ensure you meet the essential criteria for this role.

This role is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

We would welcome your application to join us.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Researcher

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Researcher
West Yorkshire Police
Integrated Offender Management (IOM)
Shipley
Salary:  £19,719 - £21,837 pro rata per annum
Vacancy Ref:  BD69
 

Job Share 18.5 hours (2 days a week one week and 3 days the week after).

West Yorkshire Police are recruiting for a Researcher to join their busy Integrated Offenders Management Team. This role is based at Shipley Police Station (or Shipley Town Hall prior to anticipated move to Shipley Police Station.)

The successful candidate will be required to assist with the smooth running of the team, having regular communication with various IOM partner agency colleagues and police colleagues, collating and maintaining various documents and Police computer systems, coordinating the clerical work required for the various partnership meetings and carrying out any research work on prolific offenders where required.

You will also be expected to complete relevant training on force computerised databases - including Niche, Corvus, PNC, PND, Micase, CARM.

You must be IT literate and competent in the use of computerised packages, including Microsoft  office and Excel.

You must have good literacy skills, and experience within an office environment and be able to work unsupervised on a regular basis. Using your own initiative you will prioritise your own workload and work flexibly to suit the requirements of the team/department.

You must have experience within an intelligence environment and/or experience of research, good knowledge of computerised database and proven experience in analysing data.

To be successful in this role you must be willing and able to travel and work throughout the force area when required and successfully pass vetting to management level. You will also have a willingness to undergo regular Psychological Assessments if based in Abusive Images.

The application process will close at 16:00 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Driver/Handyperson

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Driver/Handyperson
Finance & Business Support
Bradford
Salary:  £16,923 - £17,731 per annum
Closing Date:  23 July 2018
 

West Yorkshire Police would welcome applications for the role of Temporary Driver Handyperson based at Trafalgar House, Nelson Street, Bradford. You will be responsible for providing a maintenance service covering stations across Bradford and Calderdale.

This fixed term contract will end on 31st March 2019.

In this role, you will provide general maintenance duties which will include minor general repairs, liaising with contractors, moving goods and furniture, and receiving deliveries and transporting them around the building. You will be required to drive a fleet vehicle between different sites, however, driving is a minor part of this role.

A knowledge of general building maintenance and an ability to carry out minor repairs is essential.

To be considered for this role, you must have the ability to pass an eyesight test at/before interview, possess a full and current UK/European driving licence and you must be able to pass a D1 authority driving licence test. You will also have to pass the Policing Driving Test including Transit Vans.

As a Driver Handyperson, you must be willing to work in any post appropriate to the grade at such other place within the Force as maybe reasonably required, and be physically capable to undertake the duties of the post which involve heavy lifting.

For further information please refer to the role profile.

This role is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 16:00 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Digital Supply Chain Analyst

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Digital Supply Chain Analyst
Information Technology
Wakefield
Salary: £30,483 - £32,259 Per Annum
Vacancy Ref: IT389
 

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a Digital Supply Chain Analyst to join a new team based in the IT Department within the new Digital Policing Directorate based in Wakefield. This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate as we embark on the implementation of a restructured Digital Policing Technology function.

In this role you will engage with technology suppliers, Partners, and internal services, participating in supplier /vender management, asset acquisition, physical asset life cycling and contract improvement initiatives in order to maintain and develop the service provided by Digital Policing Directorate.

Please refer to the Role Profile to ensure you meet the essential criteria of for this role.

You must hold a full current UK/European driving licence and have the ability to travel for business purposes.

The successful candidate will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

PLEASE NOTE:  Interviews will take place week commencing 23rd July 2018.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 1000 hours on the date shown

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

CT Trainer

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CT Trainer
West Yorkshire Police
Counter Terrorism Policing – North East (CTP NE)
Leeds
Salary:
 
£25,062 - £26,802 per annum
Vacancy Ref: 
XT373

 

An excellent opportunity has arisen to play a key role in a unique team, supporting the work of Counter Terror Policing.

As a CT Trainer you will be responsible for creating, designing and delivering local, regional and national CT Training and exercises to CT colleagues throughout the North East Region and develop organisational learning opportunities.

This role would suit candidates who have knowledge of CT investigative/intelligence/operational practice gained through personal experience or research, who are able to display the ability to complete advanced Police accredited training and other nationally accredited training qualifications with the ability to deliver training on a complex and sensitive issues at senior management level within the Police and external partner agencies.  You will have knowledge of current best practice within a relevant intelligence field gained through experience or research to ensure that training is updated or replaced in line with changes in prevailing needs, have an understanding of the relevant of diversity issues to this role, experience in the design and delivery of training and exercises, together with good communication and interpersonal skills.

In addition, you must receive clearance from enhanced vetting procedures, be prepared to work flexibly to suit the needs of the unit (which may include occasional out of hours cover), and be able to travel both regionally and nationally for business purposes.

The successful candidates must be British Citizens and will be subject to enhanced personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment. For security reasons you should not discuss your application with anyone other than your immediate family.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 16:00 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

 

Digital Applications Support Analyst

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Digital Applications Support Analyst
Digital Policing
Systems and Support
Wakefield
Salary:  £27,795 - £29,601 per annum
Vacancy Ref:  IT390

As we move into the implementation stage of a restructured Digital Policing function, West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Digital Applications Support Analyst to join the new Digital Policing Directorate, based in Wakefield.

As part of a team you will support and maintain systems and integrity of the data contained therein to associated service levels of the managed applications. You will participate in improvement initiatives, adoption and change control processes, as well as actively supporting all production functions, providing advice and guidance on record and system management.

To be considered for this position, you must have a degree in computer studies or equivalent, or relevant experience of supporting operating systems and applications. We are also looking for candidates with a production mind-set; demonstrating a belief in the management of services for customers, using facts and processes, and the primary importance of supporting the customers to do their jobs.

Due to the nature of this role, you must be willing and able to participate in a call-out rota, and the successful candidates will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Secretary

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Secretary
West Yorkshire Police
Finance & Business Support
Wakefield
Salary: £18,123 - £19,317 per annum
Vacancy Ref: YF250
 

An opening has emerged for a Secretary to join our team based in Wakefield.

The main purpose of the role, is to provide a comprehensive support function to the District / Departmental Senior Leadership Team and work closely with colleagues to provide support across the organisation in times of absence or high workloads.

The successful applicant will have a RSA II qualification or equivalent experience and a high level of typing accuracy and a speed of no less than 30wpm.

You will have the ability to work as part of a team and have a good knowledge of and ability to use computerised packages such as Microsoft Office.

Good organisational and interpersonal skills are essential in this role.

Previous secretarial experience and a knowledge of Police and Local Government procedures and processes is desirable

In addition, you must be prepared to work at other sites within the District Area other than normal place of work as and when required to provide business continuity and to enable the cluster to fulfil force-wide needs.

The successful candidate will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

This post is suitable for Job share. The application process will close at 23:55 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Business Support Assistant

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Business Support Assistant
Finance & Business Support
Wakefield
Salary: £16,923 - £17,731 per annum
Vacancy Ref: YF249
 

West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a full time 37 hours Business Support Assistant to join the Central Support Finance and Business Support team based in Wakefield Centre.

Business Support Assistants are required to provide an efficient and comprehensive clerical, financial and administrative support service in accordance with Financial Regulations and Force Policies.

To be considered for this role, you must have a basic knowledge of office systems and procedures, and computerised systems such as Microsoft Office including Word and Excel.

A knowledge of and ability to use standard Force computer systems and a basic knowledge of duties management and Finance systems is desirable.

You must also be willing to work in any post appropriate to the grade at such other place within the Force as may reasonably be required.

The successful candidate will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Bench Technical Officer

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Bench Technical Officer
Force Technical Support Unit
Protective Services Crime
Wakefield
Salary:  £27,795 - £29,601 pro rata per annum
Vacancy Ref:  RC121
 

The Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Technical Surveillance Unit is looking to recruit a Bench Technical Officer working 18.5 hours per week on a job share basis. You will join West Yorkshire Police and work within the Regional Technical Surveillance Unit based in Wakefield.

You will provide specialist support and technical assistance with covert and overt surveillance operations working with the regions Police forces and other regional and national law enforcement agencies and assist in the detection and prevention of serious crime and terrorism.

This role would suit a candidate with a broad range background in an electronics/radio organisation, as well as a working knowledge of computerised systems such as databases.

Eligible candidates will already hold an HNC/City and Guilds in Radio and/or Electronics or equivalent qualification, and will be able to perform repairs to surface mounted components.

In addition, you will hold a current and full UK/European driving licence, and adopt a flexible approach to working patterns and occasionally be prepared to work unsociable hours, sometimes at short notice.

The successful candidate will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.

This post is job share, you will cover a 2 week rota, working 8am – 4pm, Monday, Tuesday on week one, and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday on week 2.

The Application process will close at 23:55 hours on 25 July 2018

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Crime Scene Investigation Training Support Officer

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CSI Training Support Officer
Regional Scientific Support Services
Calder Park
Wakefield
Salary:  £18,123 - £19,317 per annum
Vacancy Ref: RS226

West Yorkshire Police as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Scientific Support Services is looking to recruit a Crime Scene Investigation Training Support Officer to join the CSI Training Team based at Ossett in Wakefield.

We are looking to recruit a CSI Training Support Officer to maintain administrative systems and prepare training material/facilities to assist in the provision of an efficient and effective regional CSI training service.

In this role you will assist in the preparation of courses/seminars, booking facilities, handouts, course notes, practical material and training scenarios.

To be considered for this position, you must be able to demonstrate either clerical or administrative experience, and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

You will be responsible for maintaining training and competency records and carry out health and safety checks as per unit procedures and maintain accurate records relating to these checks.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone with experience of office systems and procedures as well as a working knowledge of computer packages such as Microsoft Office. Eligible candidates must have the ability to type at a competent level.

Due to the nature of the role, you must provide Biometric samples (fingerprints and DNA) for inclusion on the respective police elimination databases for routine speculative searching purposes, and be prepared to work flexible hours to meet the requirements of the Crime Scene Investigation Team; possession of a full current UK/European driving licence is desirable.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 hours on 25 July 2018.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Lead Quality Representative

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Lead Quality Representative
Regional Scientific Support Services
Calder Park, Wakefield
Salary: £22,221 - £29,601 per annum (Career Progression Scheme)
Vacancy Ref:  RS224
 

West Yorkshire Police, as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Scientific Support Services (YatH RSSS), is looking to recruit several Lead Quality Representatives to be based at Calder Park in Wakefield. In this role you will support and maintain the mechanisms of the YatH RSSS Quality Management System (QMS), including the auditing of multiple forensic activities to evidence compliance with International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) standards and requirements.

The ideal candidates we are looking for will have trained as an internal/external auditor/assessor of ISO 17020/25 standards and will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of ISO/FSR standards/requirements. They will also have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and a keen sense of attention to detail when checking, preparing, presenting reports and updating QMS records. A fundamental understanding of root cause analysis and corrective action is also essential.

Due to the nature of the role, you must provide Biometric samples (fingerprints and DNA) for inclusion on the respective Police Elimination Databases for routine speculative searching purposes. You must also be prepared to work flexible hours to suit business needs and to travel throughout the Yorkshire and Humber area as required.

As this is a career progression scheme candidates who possess the requisite experience and knowledge of the intermediate level scale 6 role profile (£25,062-£26,802 salary) or the advanced level scale SO1 role profile ( £27,795-£29,601 salary) may be considered eligible to start further along the progression scheme.  These roles are suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

 

Researcher

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Researcher
West Yorkshire Police
Integrated Offender Management (IOM)
Shipley
Salary: £19,719 - £21,837 pro rata
Temporary position for 9 months
Job Share 18.5 hours (2 days a week one week and 3 days the week after).
Vacancy Ref: BD70

West Yorkshire Police are recruiting for a Researcher to provide an efficient research service to meet the needs of the District/Department, identifying and using the most appropriate products and techniques to support operational staff and enable management to make informed operational decisions.

This role is based at Shipley Police Station (or Shipley Town Hall prior to anticipated move to Shipley Police Station.)

The successful candidate will be required to assist with the smooth running of the team, having regular communication with various IOM partner agency colleagues and police colleagues, collating and maintaining various documents and Police computer systems, coordinating the clerical work required for the various partnership meetings and carrying out any research work on prolific offenders where required.

You will also be expected to complete relevant training on force computerised databases - including Niche, Corvus, PNC, PND, Micase, CARM.

You must be IT literate and competent in the use of computerised packages, including Microsoft  office and Excel.

You must have good literacy skills, and experience within an office environment and be able to work unsupervised on a regular basis. Using your own initiative you will prioritise your own workload and work flexibly to suit the requirements of the team/department.

You must have experience within an intelligence environment and/or experience of research, good knowledge of computerised database and proven experience in analysing data.

To be successful in this role you must be willing and able to travel and work throughout the force area when required and successfully pass vetting to management level. You will also have a willingness to undergo regular Psychological Assessments if based in Abusive Images.

The application process will close at 23:55 hours on 31st July 2018.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Driver/Handyperson

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Driver/Handyperson
Finance & Business Support
Wakefield
Salary: £16,923 - £17,731 pro rata
Vacancy Ref: YF251

West Yorkshire Police would welcome applications for the role of Driver Handyperson based in Wakefield.

In this role you will be responsible for providing a general maintenance service and driving support to cover stations across the Wakefield District. Your duties will therefore include liaising with contractors; providing general maintenance duties such as minor general repairs, moving goods and furniture, receiving deliveries and transporting them around the building.

To be considered for this position, it is essential that you have knowledge of general building maintenance and an ability to carry out minor repairs, and you will be required to drive a fleet vehicle between different sites; although driving is a minor part of this role.

You must also be physically capable of undertaking the duties of the post which involve heavy lifting, and must be willing to work in any post appropriate to the grade at such other place within the Force as maybe reasonably required.

Due to the nature of this role, it is essential that you are able to pass an eyesight test before/at the point of interview, and you must hold a full and current UK/European driving licence.

The successful candidates will also be able to pass a D1 authority driving licence test and the Policing Driving Test including Transit Van.

For further information regarding this position please refer to the role profile.

This post is job share working 18.5 hours per week, 3 days one week (Monday/Tuesday/ Wednesday) and 2 days the next (Monday and Tuesday).

The application process will close at 23:55 hours on 1st August 2018.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Assistant Operations Director

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Assistant Operations Director
The National Police Air Service (NPAS)
South West Region
Salary: £42,918 - £45,891 per annum
Vacancy Ref: XP143

 

NPAS is the national provider of air support to the 43 Police Forces of England and Wales together with British Transport Police, with West Yorkshire Police being the Lead Force operator of state aircraft and employer.

As a result of internal promotion, we are looking to recruit an Assistant Operations Director to lead our operational and stakeholder management activities within the SW Region as part of our national delivery.

As well as responsibility for the output and staff at NPAS bases at Exeter, Bournemouth, Filton and St Athan; you will be responsible for stakeholder management with the following police forces: Dorset, South Wales, Dyfed-Powys, Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset, Gwent and Devon and Cornwall.

It is essential that candidates have a working knowledge of the Air Navigation Order, the concept of Air Operations Manuals and an understanding of performance management with the aim of delivering a culture of continuous improvement and increased efficiency.

You will have significant experience in staff management, ensuring service delivery to a high standard, along with an understanding of the likely implications of managing in a shared-service environment.

Knowledge of or experience in working within a policing environment is desirable to achieve the aim of supporting the front line to agreed service standards.

The role will also involve acting as Senior User or Subject Matter Expert on a diverse variety of projects supporting service development. To support this, successful candidates will be experienced in managing and reporting on devolved budgets, ensuring that procurement and financial regulations/policy is followed and best value achieved.

You will only be considered for the role if you have excellent communications skills, both orally and in writing, in order to be able to prepare and present specialist reports to a range of stakeholders and to senior management within NPAS.

You must be computer literate in Microsoft Office applications, with experience of using the various applications to analyse data and information, and produce appropriate reports and presentations.

Please note, flexibility in working is required with a need to travel countrywide where necessary as well as in the Region, however you will mainly work from home. You will also be required to be on call as duty Assistant Operations Director outside normal office hours on a rota with other colleagues.

This post is suitable for job share. The Application process will close at 23:55 hours on 2nd August 2018.

 

Applicants should be aware that it is not always possible to carry out adequate security checks on persons who have not been resident within the UK for the last three years. Therefore, where this applies, applicants may be refused on the grounds that is was not possible to vet them to the appropriate standard.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

Processing Officer

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Processing Officer
Protective Services Operations
Bradford
Salary: £18,123 - £19,317 per annum
Vacancy Ref: XA445

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a Processing Officer to join the Central Prosecution and Casualty Reduction Unit based at Dudley Hill, Bradford.

In this role you will provide an effective and efficient processing service for the Central Prosecution and Casualty Reduction Unit ensuring that the Organisation meets all objectives within its portfolio, maintaining output and adhering to Court deadlines.

As part of the role you will be required to access, input and extract data/information from the organisations computer systems and other departmental systems ensuring effective service delivery in accordance with the requirements of the section, force policy and legislation.

Eligible candidates will be able to demonstrate previous administrative experience preferably within a similar office environment, as well as a working knowledge of computer packages such as Microsoft Office.

You will have the ability to work as part of a team and have previous experience of working in a similar customer focussed and confidential environment.

In addition, you must be prepared to work flexible hours to suit the needs of the unit.

Please note: Applicants are required to sit and pass a data input/typing test and meet the required standard, this will be conducted on the day of the interview. Applicants who have applied in the last 6 months are not required to re-apply.

This post is suitable for job share. The application process will close at 23:55 on 2nd August 2018.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.

 

Assistant Operations Director

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Assistant Operations Director
The National Police Air Service (NPAS)
South West Region
Salary: £42,918 - £45,891 per annum
Vacancy Ref: XP143

 

NPAS is the national provider of air support to the 43 Police Forces of England and Wales together with British Transport Police, with West Yorkshire Police being the Lead Force operator of state aircraft and employer.

As a result of internal promotion, we are looking to recruit an Assistant Operations Director to lead our operational and stakeholder management activities within the SW Region as part of our national delivery.

As well as responsibility for the output and staff at NPAS bases at Exeter, Bournemouth, Filton and St Athan; you will be responsible for stakeholder management with the following police forces: Dorset, South Wales, Dyfed-Powys, Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset, Gwent and Devon and Cornwall.

It is essential that candidates have a working knowledge of the Air Navigation Order, the concept of Air Operations Manuals and an understanding of performance management with the aim of delivering a culture of continuous improvement and increased efficiency.

You will have significant experience in staff management, ensuring service delivery to a high standard, along with an understanding of the likely implications of managing in a shared-service environment.

Knowledge of or experience in working within a policing environment is desirable to achieve the aim of supporting the front line to agreed service standards.

The role will also involve acting as Senior User or Subject Matter Expert on a diverse variety of projects supporting service development. To support this, successful candidates will be experienced in managing and reporting on devolved budgets, ensuring that procurement and financial regulations/policy is followed and best value achieved.

You will only be considered for the role if you have excellent communications skills, both orally and in writing, in order to be able to prepare and present specialist reports to a range of stakeholders and to senior management within NPAS.

You must be computer literate in Microsoft Office applications, with experience of using the various applications to analyse data and information, and produce appropriate reports and presentations.

Please note, flexibility in working is required with a need to travel countrywide where necessary as well as in the Region, however you will mainly work from home. You will also be required to be on call as duty Assistant Operations Director outside normal office hours on a rota with other colleagues.

This post is suitable for job share. The Application process will close at 23:55 hours on 2nd August 2018.

 

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The online application form and role profile may be accessed here.