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Service Improvement Officer
Technology & Change, Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire, GL2 2AN
Salary/Scale SO1: £26,394 to £28,107 (pro-rata)
37 Hours per week
Fixed Term Contract, initially for up to 12-months
Closing date: Close of business on Friday 31st May 2013.
For a copy of the role profile and all relevant application documents, please e-mail;
Resourcing@Gloucestershire.Police.uk or contact the People Services Centre on: 01452 754303
Scenes of Crime Officer (SOCO)
Forensic Services, Scenes of Crime, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Salary/Scale 5-6; £21,099 to £25,449 per annum, plus allowances as appropriate
*37 Hours per week
*Average of 37 hours per week, worked in accordance with a rotating shift pattern which covers 07:00 to 21:00 hours, 7 days a week. Shift pattern attracts 12.5% Shift Allowance and 10% Weekend working Allowance. This post also includes participation in an out of hours “on call” system for which a payment of £28 is received.
We currently have exciting opportunities to join our team. Vacancies have arisen for the role of Scenes of Crime Officer within our Forensic Services Department.
As a fully qualified Scenes of Crime Officer you will be required to attend volume and major crime scenes to examine, preserve, recover and record all forensic evidence and intelligence in order to help detect and reduce crime in Gloucestershire and improve public satisfaction.
- Demonstrable experience as a Scenes of Crime Officer (SOCO)
The post holder must posses one of the following;
- Initial and Development Scenes of Crime courses
- Module 1 and module 2 of Crime Scene Investigation and have completed the portfolios.
- Equivalent Met Police or Military Police qualifications
We additionally will consider applications on the following basis:
- Completed module 1 and portfolio of the National Crime Scene Investigation course with the requirement to attend module 2 training and complete the respective portfolio at the earliest opportunity. Remuneration prior to completion of the module 2 training will be Scale 3, £17,188 plus allowances.
- Completed module 1 and portfolio and module 2 of the National Crime Scene Investigation course with the requirement to complete the module 2 portfolio at the earliest opportunity. Remuneration will be at Scale 5, £21,099 plus allowances.
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work under stressful and traumatic circumstances, dealing with situations, victims and their families in a sensitive and professional manner.
- Lifting of heavy items will be necessary at times therefore an appropriate level of personal fitness is essential.
- Demonstrable verbal and written communication skills
All applicants will be subject to the Force Vetting Policy.
Previous applicants need not apply
Closing date: Close of business on Thursday 23rd May 2013.
Shortlisting and further selection processes will take place shortly after this date.
Am I Eligible ?
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.