Cleveland Police is inviting members of the public to attend a recruitment event after 15 exciting police staff roles have become available thanks to funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner, Barry Coppinger.
1.5 million pounds has been funded in total to recruit police staff and officers and representatives will be on hand to discuss the available roles at the recruitment event at Teesside University on Tuesday 6th December 2016.
Seven stalls will be set up between 1:30-8pm in the foyer and landing of the Social Science area in the Clarendon Building at the University.
A Human Resources expert will be one of those in attendance to guide attendees through the various recruitment and selection stages providing a general overview including hints and tips on how to get the best from preparation for each stage of the application process.
And a current PCSO will also provide a personal overview of their experiences of the recruitment and selection process and what they think, so far, of embarking upon a career in Cleveland Police.
The posts available to apply for include:
Crime Prevention Co-ordinator – Five Positions
Community Cohesion Co-ordinator – One Position
RAS (Refugee and Asylum Seeker) Co-ordinator – One Position
Police Staff Investigators – Hate Crime – Two Positions
Early Intervention Co-Ordinator – Four Positions
Integrated Offender Management Officer – Two Positions
Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger said: “The funding has been created through strong financial management and through delivering a range of savings and efficiencies and I am delighted to be able to invest in the new exciting police roles on offer. I think the recruitment event is a great way to boost community spirit and to offer people a fantastic career opportunity.
“I am looking forward to attending the event and to meeting the people who are interested in applying for the available positions.”
Acting Superintendent Jason Dickson said: “We are really looking forward to the recruitment event as it is a fantastic opportunity for people to come along to find out about the police staff roles on offer and also how to become a PCSO, Special Constable or Volunteer in the Force.
“The job roles available are really exciting roles and they present a great opportunity for people to further their careers. I look forward to meeting everyone at the event. I’d also like to thank the University of Teesside for hosting the event.”
Applications will open on Tuesday 6th December on the Cleveland Police website, www.cleveland.police.uk.
To book a place at the event at the University of Teesside, please click on these links:
A map of Teesside University Campus can be found on their website: http://www.tees.ac.uk.
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