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Date published: 28 June 2022 10:11

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South Yorkshire Police

Temporary Assistant Chief Constable – 2 posts available

For a period of 5 months approximately

Salary: £105,600 – £119,220

SYP are keen to receive applications from Officers based nationally and will offer further support for travel and accommodation on a case-by-case basis.

Attachments

Application Pack

Application Form

Diversity Monitoring Form

South Yorkshire Police is a full-spectrum Metropolitan force offering exposure to a broad and exciting range of professional challenges, whilst harnessing support from a dedicated and diligent workforce. We have transformed our operating model, and service delivery, to become the most improved force for three consecutive years. We now strive to be rated as ‘outstanding’ by our Inspectorate.

Following the success of two temporary ACCs at the recent PNAC, SYP are looking to recruit two new temporary ACCs to cover the PNAC, and subsequent substantive selection process period.  This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals intending to apply to PNAC in 2023.

We are seeking applications from substantive Chief Superintendents, who are planning to apply for PNAC and who would benefit from this as a development opportunity as well as bring operational credibility.

The successful candidates will need the relevant experience and qualifications of Strategic Firearms Commander as essential and Accredited Strategic Public Order and Specialist Strategic Firearms Commander as desirable.

About the role

As Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, you will continue to support the force’s ambitions to become rated as outstanding. You will optimise performance by empowering your leadership teams to perform at their best, whilst ensuring quality and quantity are maintained.

The successful candidate will hold the highest level of operational credibility and integrity. You will:

  • Be an inspirational leader with the ability to quickly take command of your broad operational areas and coach others to perform successfully.
  • Have the ability to personally connect with key stakeholders at all levels of the force, including the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner and external partners, to effectively deliver excellent and high quality policing to the public of South Yorkshire.
  • Demonstrate substantial evidence of your ability to drive, improve and deliver outcomes at a strategic level.
  • Be truly committed and passionate about the service provided to the public of South Yorkshire.

Application process

For an application pack please email: Promotions@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Closing dates for applications

12:pm Friday 1st July:  Please forward completed applications to:  Promotions@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Interviews:

Interviews will take place 8th July 2022

More information

South Yorkshire is a culturally rich and diverse area. As an inclusive employer, and to ensure that our service is fully representative of the communities we serve, we welcome applications from all under-represented groups and individuals wishing to work part time.

Mobile-Armed Support to Surveillance Officer   

Sheffield based

Are you a current ARV Officer serving within the MAStS environment (or have served) in a Home Office force?

Do you wish you had more opportunity to put your MAStS firearms training into practice?

Are you motivated and looking for a new challenge?

Since 2020 South Yorkshire Police Firearms Support Group (FSG) have undertaken almost 1500-armed deployments, providing initial response and pre-planned support to incidents and investigations across the Force.  During this same two-year period, South Yorkshire Police created a dedicated MAStS team focussed around disruption of armed criminality resulting in a significant number of deployments and convictions.

You will be joining a fair and inclusive team, based near Sheffield where we serve around 1 million people across the County in one of the UK's most diverse and challenging policing environments.

We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated and hard-working individuals to join us with an opportunity to be part of our dedicated MAStS team.  In return, we can offer you the opportunity to use and develop the skills you have acquired within a demanding armed policing environment and to retain such skills through supported continuous personal development.

To Apply, Applicants Must Be:

  • Substantive in the rank of Constable serving (or have served) with a Home Office Force
  • A current Authorised Firearms Officer, trained to the National ARV Role Profile and be standard MAStS in-line with the National Police Firearms Training Curriculum
  • Able to pass and maintain the Fitness Test to level 9-4

A final offer would be subject to the approval of applicants training records (and their transfer) by the CFI.

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force (Officers from British Transport Police, Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case-by-case basis).
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

For more information, and to apply for this role, please click here

SYP - Serious Collision Unit PC/DC

Operational Support Unit

Based in Sheffield

Join a forward thinking, modern Police Force with the ambition to be the best Force in the Country.  With an inspiring leadership team, we can provide a wide range of career development opportunities.

We are currently inviting applications from Constables/Detective Constables, who possess good investigative skills, to work alongside a team of staff within the OSU Roads Policing Portfolio, supporting fatal and serious collision investigations, in line with the Road Death Investigation manual.

Knowledge and work will also include:

  • Manage a caseload of Serious/Fatal Road traffic collisions as the OIC
  • Plan and conduct Serious Road Collision investigations.
  • Conduct arrest and process procedures and complete prosecution procedures.
  • Prepare and present case files and present evidence in court and other hearings when required.
  • Liaise with CPS, FCIU, CSI, FLC, FLO and Coroners as part of ongoing investigations.
  • Attend Post-mortems as required.
  • Provide specialist advice, support and knowledge on Serious Road Traffic Collisions and legislation and represent SYP at agency or Command meetings as required.

Eligibility

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force (Officers from British Transport Police, Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case-by-case basis).
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.

Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Further Information

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000 to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

Application Process

To apply, please complete the online application form.  Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

To accompany your application, we also ask you to write evidence, in no more than 250 words, on each of the 6 competency areas. Please see out full advert for the list of competencies.

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF). 

Diversity and Inclusion:

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome expressions of interest from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Closing Date: 11:55 pm on Tuesday 12th July 2022

For further information and to apply, please click here

SOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE – CONSTABLES, SERGEANTS AND INSPECTORS

Join a forward thinking, modern Police Force with the ambition to be the best Force in the Country.  With an inspiring leadership team, we can provide a wide range of career development opportunities.

From rugged and breath taking countryside to buzzing urban areas, South Yorkshire offers some of the UK’s best shopping, family attractions and nightlife.  The force area covers the city of Sheffield and the neighbouring town of Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley, with excellent transport links around the country.

You can be the difference.  Reflecting all of our communities is important to South Yorkshire Police, which is why we are looking for talented individuals to reflect the communities we serve.

If you would like to take the challenge and have what it takes to make a real difference to peoples’ lives, we want to hear from you.

We have opportunities for Constables in a number of roles including: ARVO's, Detectives, Safeguarding, Neighbourhood Policing and Response.

Detective Constables, Sergeants and Inspectors must be PIP 2 accredited with relevant experience in the investigation of serious and complex crime.

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation/removal expenses of up to a maximum of £8,000 to transferring officers who live outside the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

Eligibility

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force  (Officers from British Transport Police , Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case by case basis)
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have completed the Initial Police Learning Development Programme (IPLDP).

Application Process

To apply, please complete the online application form. Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your 2 most recent PDR’s, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  For specialist roles you will also be required to provide evidence of any relevant qualifications. Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will then be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Bio-Metrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

Your posting will be dependent on your individual preference and operational requirement.  Whilst every effort will be made to meet your individual preference this cannot be guaranteed.

For informal enquiries, please contact Talent Acquisition Manager, Michelle Webster at policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Further information

SYP offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000, to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

In addition, we offer workplace support including a positive health & wellbeing policy, reward leave along with a compassionate application of dependants leave.

South Yorkshire is a culturally diverse area and to ensure that our service is fully representative of the communities we serve we welcome applications from all under-represented groups and individuals wishing to work part time.

Please see attachments for FAQ’s & Guidance Notes

Closing date for applications: Saturday 31st December 2022

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