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REF: 2759 SYSTEMS & ICT ADMINISTRATOR

Force Control Room, G-TEC Control Centre, Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire

Salary/Scale 3: £17,761 to £18,933

37 hours per week

Permanent

Closing date: Close of business on Friday 13th March 2015

To request a copy of the role profile and an application form, please email: Resourcing@Gloucestershire.police.uk or call: 01452 754353.

REF: 2758 NETWORK ENGINEER, SFIA LEVEL 3

Information Communication Technology (ICT) Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire

Salary/Scale 6: £24,565 to £26,629 plus Market Force Factors (MFF's) total maximum remuneration, £35,100

37 hours per week

Permanent

Closing date: Close of business on Monday 09th March 2015

Gloucestershire Constabulary network team are looking to recruit an additional engineer to assist in the day to day operation of the network. The post-holder will have a proven track record and experience in dealing with a Cisco enterprise converged network. They will be required to assist with firewall support, configuration changes; assist in the support of the MPLS/BGP network; and will work with the senior network engineer as directed. The candidate must possess a current Cisco CCNA. Cisco CCNA security is highly desirable as well, or the candidate shows a strong understanding of firewall and network security experience. 

To request a copy of the role profile and an application form, please email: Resourcing@Gloucestershire.police.uk or call: 01452 754353.

REF: 2757 SENIOR LEGAL ADVISOR

Legal Services, Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire

Salary dependant on experience:

Scale PO1: £32,451 to £34,097 per annum (without financial or people management experience)

Scale PO2: £35,100 to £37,191 per annum (with relevant financial and people management experience)

37 hours per week

Permanent

Closing date: Close of business on Monday 09th March 2015

We are seeking a qualified Solicitor, Barrister or Filex with at least 5-years PQE to manage our in-house legal team and undertake their own caseload advocacy.

The post is responsible for providing the full range of legal advice and representation for the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) across the full range of police legal areas including public law and human rights, operational policing issues, police misconduct, data protection and freedom of information, firearms law, liquor licensing, and oversight of employment law issues and civil claims. 

The post-holder will be required to work on their own initiative and advise police officers and staff throughout the Constabulary, including senior officers.

To request a copy of the role profile and an application form, please email: Resourcing@Gloucestershire.police.uk or call: 01452 754353.

For an informal discussion, please contact Paul Trott, Chief Executive to the PCC and Head of Legal Services on: 01452 754348.

Am I Eligible to apply?

VETTING RESIDENCY CRITERIA STATEMENT

You must be a British citizen, an EC/EEA national or a Commonwealth citizen or foreign national with no restrictions on your stay in the United Kingdom. You must have been a resident in the UK for three years, without breaks prior to the date you signed your completed application form. The calculation of the three year period of time refers to the period immediately before an application is made.

This is to satisfy the requirement to vet all applicants in an equitable manner since the UK Police Service does not currently have any means of facilitating vetting checks overseas to the extent required of those who have been resident in the UK.

Applicants who cannot be vetted cannot be appointed.

Gloucestershire Constabulary has agreed a reasonable concession to consider applications from applicants who have been outside the UK provided this does not exceed more than 3 months within the last 3 years.

It should be noted that the Chief Officer reserves the right to refuse employment without giving reason under Section 6 Police Act 1966 and the Police (Scotland) Act 1967.

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