North Wales Police jobs
- From Intelligence Analysts, to Press Officers, to Crime Scene Investigators - everyone plays a key role in making North Wales a safer place.
- Why should I become a neighbourhood police officer?
- Applications are open for the following police forces:
- When applying for the Police Now National Graduate…
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- North Wales Police are looking to recruit the following Transferees:
- Police Constables from other Home Office Forces.
£10.43 an hour
- You will be liaising with various teams in the North Wales Police area and Cheshire and providing ad-hoc admin support to these teams and their PAs.
£28,785 - £36,876 a year
- The teams work closely with primary care, Police, Health, Drugs and Alcohol Services, voluntary and private agencies, service users & carers.
£32,424 a year
- The North of England, Midlands, South West and Wales;
- Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator, British Transport Police.
- 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays.
Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust
£30,401 - £37,267 a year
- After 6 months there is the potential to work in the police control rooms Bridgend or police HQ north Wales.
- British Transport Police (BTP) is the national police force for the rail network in England, Scotland and Wales.
- The training is highly intensive.
£41,586 - £49,906 a year
- Please note this role involves regular travel within the Devon & North Devon Group.
- The jobholder must be able to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with…
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