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Before to view current vacancies in Staffordshire Police Department. You should need to know how to become a member of Police Staff in Staffordshire Police. We are updating here all the Eligibility for Staffordshire Police Jobs:

Staffordshire Police Jobs Eligibility to become a member Police Staff

To become a member of police staff at Staffordshire Police must fulfil all of the follow eligibility criteria.

 

Age for Staffordshire Police Jobs

You can apply to become a member of police staff from the age of 18. However, in short-listing applicants we are looking for you to demonstrate competence in the essential skills outlined in the role profile which are not dependant upon age.

Qualifications for Staffordshire Police Jobs

Individual vacancies will identify the qualifications and/or experience required.

Nationality Need for Staffordshire Police Jobs

You must be a British Citizen, European Community/European Economic Area national (Iceland, Norway, Lichtenstein), a Commonwealth Citizen or foreign national with no restrictions on your stay in the UK.

If you are a Commonwealth Citizen or foreign national then your application should include a copy of your passport which shows your stay is free of restrictions. Other documentary evidence of your status may be required.

Residency Requirement for Staffordshire Police Vacancies

You will need to have been a resident in the UK for the last three years consecutively.

Convictions and cautions: you and your family

Convictions or cautions will not necessarily cause a problem for appointment. It will depend on their nature, the circumstances and when the offence was committed. Failure to disclose convictions or cautions will, however, result in your application being terminated.

You must declare all convictions or past offences, formal cautions by the police including those received as a juvenile (under 18) and a bind-over imposed by any court.

You should include traffic convictions such as speeding, drink-drive offences, fixed penalties for motoring or disorder offences and any appearances before a court martial. You must declare any charge or summons currently outstanding against you.

You must include spent convictions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (by virtue of the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975) or any involvement with civil, military or transport police.

You must say if you have ever been involved in any criminal investigation whether or not this led to prosecution (either of yourself or others).

Some applicants do not declare information which they believe is no longer held on record. However, our enquiries will reveal historical incidents and failure to disclose these will lead to your application being rejected. If you have any doubts, include the details.

We will also search criminal convictions or cautions recorded against your family, so you should inform them these enquiries will be made. Due to data protection, we will not be able to disclose the results of these enquiries to you.

Medical Standard for Staffordshire Police Jobs

We need to ensure that you are in good mental and physical health to carry out the role for which you have applied. A medical assessment is part of the recruitment process.

Any job offer will be subject to medical clearance. You will be asked to complete a pre-employment medical questionnaire. This information will be confidentially screened by our occupational health department who may ask for more information from your doctor and/or request a medical examination is completed before an offer of appointment is made.


Staffordshire Police Jobs for VN68/2019 MASH Researcher/Call Handler- Grade E £20,820 – £24,759

VN68/2019 MASH Researcher/Call Handler- 1 Temporary Full time position/ 1 Permanent part time position Location: Lindum House Stone – Closing Date 12.00pm on Monday 5th August 2019.

Staffordshire Police is continually striving to deliver the best possible service for the county’s residents, businesses and visitors. It is a fast-paced organisation, adaptive to modern policing needs and open to continual improvement.

Set out within the force’s Policing Plan, Staffordshire Police has clear direction and ambition through five main priorities; Modern Policing, Early Intervention, Supporting Victims and Witnesses, Managing Offenders and Reoffending and Public Confidence. These priorities support the exciting changes that have already taken place and provide the framework for changes to come.

Everyone who works for the force has an important role to play in shaping the future of Staffordshire Police. The force seeks people who will champion new ways of working, be collaborative and agile and represent in a fair and ethical manner those that Staffordshire Police serves.

About the Opportunity in Staffordshire Police Jobs

The post holder will be based at Lindum House Stone, within the Police MASH Team, forming part of the wider Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub.

They will be an integral part of a dynamic area of multi-agency working, responsible for call handling, research, dissemination and inputting of information onto a computer system.

The post will be the first point of contact for telephone calls/e-mails into MASH. The call handling function will require excellent communication skills and the ability to assess risk and prioritise situations.

The post holder will be required to gather information from various sources, hard copy and from police computer systems, assess information relating to a range of vulnerable person referrals, conduct risk assessments and process the referral/case information onto the most suitable police system to support decision making within MASH.

The core work will involve researching and assessing information from child protection referrals, vulnerable adult referrals and domestic violence incidents. There may also be a requirement to conduct research in relation to missing persons, hate crime, mental health and other safeguarding issues.

The MASH is at the forefront of multi-agency working within Staffordshire and the person appointed will require creativity, resilience and an ability to balance and meet competing demand whilst working as part of a police team and more widely with colleagues from other agencies within a multi-agency setting. 

Further details relating to the role can be found in the Role Profile.

To apply for this position please complete an application form quoting reference VN68/2019 and email to [email protected]

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is update soon.

 

MASH Researcher Role Profile [361KB]

Application Form [281KB]

Guidance Notes [197KB]


Staffordshire Police Jobs for Vacancy VN71/2019 Assurance Coordinator – Grade E, Salary Range £20,820 – £24,759- 12 months fixed term contract

x2 positions, 1 Full time post/1 part time post. Location: Staffordshire Police Headquarters – Closing update soon.

The Staffordshire Commissioner for Police, Fire and Rescue and Crime is seeking to fill 2 vacancies in the Governance and Assurance Team on a temporary basis for a period of 12 months. The role will be based at the Commissioner’s Office at Police Headquarters, Weston Road, Stafford.

About the Opportunity in Staffordshire Police Jobs 

We have an exciting and challenging opportunity on a temporary 12 month basis for two Assurance Coordinators to support the Commissioner’s Office. The vacancies are 1 x 37 hours per week, 1 x 20 hours per week (please specify on your application whether you are interested in the full or part-time post).

You will work as part of the Governance & Assurance Team within the Commissioner’s Office, directly supporting the Commissioner’s pool of volunteers using your excellent administration skills. You will administer and develop the Safer Neighbourhood Panels and Independent Custody Visiting Scheme amongst other forthcoming volunteer lead schemes. These posts are also required to provide support to the wider Staffordshire Commissioners Office for the delivery of an efficient and effective service.

You will be required to travel throughout the county so access to a car and business class insurance will be required, flexibility to meet regular evening and occasional weekend working is essential.

For more information please see the attached Role Profile, alternatively for an informal discussion please contact Michelle Ryan, Assurance Manager on 01785 232245.

The role is an E Grade (Re-Evaluation Pending), starting salary £20,820 per annum for full time (37) hours.

If you are a people person with a passion for volunteers, well organised with excellent communication skills and you can juggle competing priorities then we want to hear from you.

To apply for this position please complete an application form quoting reference VN71/2019 and email to [email protected]

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday 2nd August at midday.

Shortlisting will take place on the 5th August and interviews will be held on the update soon.

* Please note that applications are welcomed from all suitably qualified/experienced individuals. However prior consideration will be given to applications from individuals who are ‘at risk’ and employed by Staffordshire Police. If an appointment is made from that at risk group, the post may be withdrawn. In this event, a representative from the People Services team will notify any affected applicants.

Assurance Coordinator RP [355KB]

Application Form [291KB]

Guidance Notes [197KB]

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