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Assistant Forensic Submissions Officer
Forensic Submissions, Protective Services, Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire
Salary/Scale 4: £18,909 to £20,940
37 Hours per week
Closing Date: Wednesday 29th October 2014
To request an application form and a copy of the role profile for this post, please email:
Resourcing@Gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk or call: 01452 754353.
Network Engineer, SFIA Level 4
Information Communications Technology (ICT) Headquarters-Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire
SalaryScale SO2: £29,235 to £30,939 plus Market Force Factors, total maximum remuneration £45,421
37 Hours per week
Closing Date: Tuesday 28th October 2014
Gloucestershire Constabulary Network team is an experienced team of Network engineers. Due to demand of existing and upcoming projects, the Constabulary is seeking to recruit an additional member of the team to provide assistance. The post-holder will need to have a proven track record and experience in dealing with a Cisco enterprise converged network. They will be required to assist with firewall configurations and support; assist in the support of the private MPLS/BGP network, and must have experience in the installation and support of Windows 2008 R2 and they must possess a current CCNP, CCSP and CCIP to be considered for this post. Experience of AEP would also be beneficial.
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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.