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  1. Clerical Officer

    Arbroath | £8.50 - £9.50 per annum | From Hays

    My public sector client in the Angus area is looking to recruit for a Clerical Officer to join their team over the next few months. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Clerical... Officer to join this settled and successful team. The main purpose of the role is to develop, manage and provide a comprehensive and consistent support service to a range of professional staff. Main day-to-day duties will include: To provide comprehensive administrative support to Managers Comprehensive minute taking service and then prepare and distribute minutes Produce reports ... and Disclaimers which can be found at This job was originally posted as ...

  2. Clerical Officer

    Angus | £8.00 - £8.50 per annum | From Hays

    An excellent opportunity has arisen with my exclusive client based in Angus for an experienced Administrator to join their team. This role is within the public sector and due to restructure there... ...

  3. Clerical Officer job in Sturminster Newton, Dorset

    Sturminster Newton | £6.84 - 6.84 per hour | From City Centre Recruitment

    Clerical Officer job in Sturminster Newton, Dorset North Dorset Temporary Contract Starts 13/10/2014 - 31/10/2014 £6.84 per hour 37 Hours per Week Mon-Fri To undertake word... register your CV via our website for  Clerical Officer job in Sturminster Newton, Dorset In line with the requirements of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live ... Recruitment is acting as an employment business in relation to  Clerical Officer job in Sturminster Newton, Dorset This job was originally posted as

  4. Clerical Assistant (Adult Services) - Chief Operating Officer

    Wilmslow | | From Triumph Consultants

    Clerical Assistant (Adult Services ) - Chief Operating Officer Reference no: E Cheshire 798769 [temporary, but potentially long term role, subject to extension by the client] All... sector organisation Division(s)/Disciplines involved : Chief Operating Officer /Admin and Clerical Anticipated Length of Assignment:   All of our roles are technically temporary, though ... to the role. Where this vacancy is based: Wilmslow, SK9 2 Whats involved with this role: To carry out a range of clerical and administrative duties for the Section with limited supervision ... of 12 months recent office clerical and administration experience, preferably within a similar role and ideally within a public sector organisation Fully proficient at using IT systems, with...

  5. Medical Clerical Support Officer - MoD - King's Lynn

    Norfolk | £9.00 - £9.00 Per hour | From CRG (Castlerock Recruitment Group)

    CRG Defence have an excellent opportunity for a Medical Clerical support officer to work for the MoD. * Location: King's Lynn, PE33 * Assignment dates: 26/08/2014 - 12/12/2014 * Hours: 37 hrs... per week, 0800 - 1630 Mon - Fri Duties: - Medical receptionist duties including front desk, booking appointments, query answering. - Administration of documentation including file management (electronic and hard copy), note taking, letter writing and typing from dictation. - Qualification minima and experience - Satisfactory previous experience of providing clerical support in a clinical environment. - Previous experience of working with MOD. CRG Defence can offer you the following benefits. * Competitive rates of pay * Assistance with travel and accommodation * Dedicated...


    Whitehead | £6.97/annum Stakeholder Pension | From Brookstreet UK

    Brook Street (UK) Ltd is seeking candidates for Clerical Officer roles in our client's premises near Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. This full-time, temporary role will involve completing......

A police officer is at every level of the journey of protecting the public from crime – educating, deterring, investigating, apprehending and prosecuting. You may be expected to wear protective vests and carry pepper spray, speedcuffs (modern handcuffs), a torch, personal radio and extendable baton. It is a very stressful job and one that you could become totally immersed in; one that you may find it difficult to switch off from off-duty. So far in the UK, only firearms unit officers may carry guns.

Who can I work for?

The Police Force and the Ministry of Defence are the only employers of police officers in the UK. The latter operate their own special Police Force. You may work out of hours (for private companies), but only on an advisory basis and in your own time (ie, off-duty).

Where and when can I work?

Anywhere in the UK. Sometimes you may be called to work abroad to liaise with overseas forces or specialists to trade knowledge. Mainly shift work that involves anti-social hours. Most crime is committed at night.

What can I earn?

A constable's starting salary is £21,000-£24,000, while an experienced one could receive more than £33,000. A sergeant will get £33,000-£38,000, depending on experience and an inspector £43,000-£48,000. Heads of police earn over £100,000. You'll get extra money for working in the capital (or what's called London weighting). The head of the Metropolitan Police, earns £260,088 a year.

What are the benefits?

Performance-related bonuses, the chance to work overtime and the chance to bring people who have caused a lot of despair to justice.

Are there chances of promotion?

The Police Force has a multitude of different tangents and promotions. There will be the standard policing career path – constable, sergeant, inspector, etc, going all the way up to the head of The Met. But also within the Force there are many posts requiring specialist help, such as CID (dealing with serious crimes such as murder and rape), missing persons units, covert police (undercover), Special Branch (which includes anti-terrorism operations and specialist protection) and high-tech crime divisions. Many police officers go into private security work.

What will I be responsible for?

+ Dealing with confrontational drunk, disorderly or violent offenders

+ Dealing with paperwork

+ Attending courts to give witness statements

+ Interviewing suspects and witnesses

+ Responding to 999 calls

+ Establishing contacts within the community, making yourself visible and approachable and gaining the trust of various factions of the local populace

+ Making visits to youth clubs, OAP homes, etc, to educate the public about crime prevention

+ Providing emotional and practical support to crime victims

+ Investigating crimes

+ Providing extra security at big events, such as football matches

+ Searching for missing persons

What qualifications do I need?

No formal qualifications are needed but you will have to sit an aptitude test that examines health and fitness, psychometrics, communication skills and decision-making abilities. And you must have a good standard of physical fitness and vision, declare any previous convictions, pass background and security tests, be over 18 and be a UK citizen. Your first two years as an officer is spent training on the (IPLDP) Initial Police Learning and Development Programme, which entails on-the-job learning and working towards an NVQ Level 3 in Policing with the requirement to get an NVQ Level 4 in Policing near the end of the training period. The HIPDS (High Potential Development Scheme) fast tracks promising recruits who want to study for a recognized Masters degree while serving as police officers.

Do I need any experience?

Volunteering as a youth police cadet will give you an insight into the ethos of the job – and can only work in your favour (good record permitting!) when it comes to applying for a job. Once accepted, experience will be gained 'in the workplace'.

What attributes are needed?

You'll be physically and emotionally strong. You'll display empathy but not gullibility. You'll be a sound judge of a human being. You'll have strong communication skills, keep your temper while others lose theirs and be brave and ration not a bull in a china shop. You'll be able to make quick decisions under pressure and be well mannered. You'll also be well disciplined and have the ability both to follow and give orders. You'll be honest, humorous and dignified and be able to appreciate the bigger picture.


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