Police Officers | South Yorkshire Police
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This is a non BMBC advertisement, please contact the employer directly in relation to this vacancy. The closing date is Friday 25 September 2020.

SYP - Police Officer Recruitment
Be the future of South Yorkshire Police

Role: Police Officer

Location: South Yorkshire Police
Salary: PCDA £18,450 - £24,177 & DHEP £20,880 - £24,177
Hours: 40

Being a police constable is not just a job. It’s a career.

South Yorkshire Police is recruiting police officers for both the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) & Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP) routes with projected start dates of June and September 2021.

Becoming a police constable is a career like no other. Not only will you be taking on challenges that will change your life, but you’ll be working to protect the people and communities of South Yorkshire. This is a career where you’ll travel between urban cities and rural towns, meeting people from all walks of life.

Whether you’re a young school-leaver, a supermarket worker or ex-military, we know that you’ll have plenty of transferable skills which you can bring to a career with the police. Things like following process, social and emotional intelligence, conversation skills and the ability to diffuse a situation are all skills we search for in our candidates. If you have the relevant experience and strengths, all you have to do is apply.

Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) - £18,450 - £24,177

South Yorkshire Police is offering a three-year apprenticeship in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University. The apprenticeship will combine the opportunity to work and learn the role of a front line officer whilst gaining a Degree in Professional Policing Practice.

To be eligible for this apprenticeship you must meet at least one of the following entry qualification criteria:

  • Have achieved an academic or vocational qualification gained outside England and Wales, which is considered by the UK National Recognition Information Centre to be a Level 3 qualification.
  • Have served in the military, armed forces and have successfully completed the minimum term of service (usually four years) and have achieved an exemplary reference on discharge.

Alternatively, students may be accepted onto the PCDA course where they have proven experience that can be related to the programme and can demonstrate the required level of skill and academic ability. Applicants without the course entry requirements will need to provide further evidence to demonstrate that they have significant knowledge, skills and understanding required to successfully complete the programme.

Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP) - £20,880 - £24,177

This programme is aimed at degree holders attained in any subject and combines a work-based programme supported by off-the-job learning. On completion you will achieve a graduate diploma in Professional Policing Practice.

To be eligible for this route you will have:

  • Achieved a degree (Level 6 or above)

Eligibility:

On application all applicants:

  • Must be 17 or above at the time of application, however you will need to be 18 before appointment.
  • Have resided in the UK for three continuous years immediately prior to application.
  • Must be either a British citizen, a citizen of the EU or other states in the EEA, or a Commonwealth citizen or foreign national with indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
  • Ideally, a full manual driving licence, applications will be accepted if you don’t have a full manual driving licence, however you will be expected to have taken and passed your test before appointment.
  • Must not have tattoos on your head, face necks or hands.
  • Cannot be a member of the BNP, National Front or Combat 18.
Joining the police force is a life choice. There will be a lot expected of you, especially when it comes to working nights and unsociable hours, but no day is the same. This is a career that will keep you on your toes; it is a challenge, but the reward is immense.

Contact point for applicants:

For further information about the role, please contact the Talent Acquisition Team on policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk Please do not contact this number for an application form. 

Apply:

 

This is an exciting opportunity to build a solid career with untold possibilities and I would encourage anyone who would like to know more to visit our website for further information and details of how to apply – www.southyorks.police.uk/bethefuture.

Vacancy Description
This is a non BMBC advertisement, please contact the employer directly in relation to this vacancy. The closing date is Friday 25 September 2020.
 

SYP - Police Officer Recruitment
Be the future of South Yorkshire Police

Role: Police Officer

Location: South Yorkshire Police
Salary: PCDA £18,450 - £24,177 & DHEP £20,880 - £24,177
Hours: 40

Being a police constable is not just a job. It’s a career.

South Yorkshire Police is recruiting police officers for both the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) & Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP) routes with projected start dates of June and September 2021.

Becoming a police constable is a career like no other. Not only will you be taking on challenges that will change your life, but you’ll be working to protect the people and communities of South Yorkshire. This is a career where you’ll travel between urban cities and rural towns, meeting people from all walks of life.

Whether you’re a young school-leaver, a supermarket worker or ex-military, we know that you’ll have plenty of transferable skills which you can bring to a career with the police. Things like following process, social and emotional intelligence, conversation skills and the ability to diffuse a situation are all skills we search for in our candidates. If you have the relevant experience and strengths, all you have to do is apply.

Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) - £18,450 - £24,177

South Yorkshire Police is offering a three-year apprenticeship in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University. The apprenticeship will combine the opportunity to work and learn the role of a front line officer whilst gaining a Degree in Professional Policing Practice.

To be eligible for this apprenticeship you must meet at least one of the following entry qualification criteria:

  • Have achieved an academic or vocational qualification gained outside England and Wales, which is considered by the UK National Recognition Information Centre to be a Level 3 qualification.
  • Have served in the military, armed forces and have successfully completed the minimum term of service (usually four years) and have achieved an exemplary reference on discharge.

Alternatively, students may be accepted onto the PCDA course where they have proven experience that can be related to the programme and can demonstrate the required level of skill and academic ability. Applicants without the course entry requirements will need to provide further evidence to demonstrate that they have significant knowledge, skills and understanding required to successfully complete the programme.

Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP) - £20,880 - £24,177

This programme is aimed at degree holders attained in any subject and combines a work-based programme supported by off-the-job learning. On completion you will achieve a graduate diploma in Professional Policing Practice.

To be eligible for this route you will have:

  • Achieved a degree (Level 6 or above)

Eligibility:

On application all applicants:

  • Must be 17 or above at the time of application, however you will need to be 18 before appointment.
  • Have resided in the UK for three continuous years immediately prior to application.
  • Must be either a British citizen, a citizen of the EU or other states in the EEA, or a Commonwealth citizen or foreign national with indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
  • Ideally, a full manual driving licence, applications will be accepted if you don’t have a full manual driving licence, however you will be expected to have taken and passed your test before appointment.
  • Must not have tattoos on your head, face necks or hands.
  • Cannot be a member of the BNP, National Front or Combat 18.
Joining the police force is a life choice. There will be a lot expected of you, especially when it comes to working nights and unsociable hours, but no day is the same. This is a career that will keep you on your toes; it is a challenge, but the reward is immense.

Contact point for applicants:

For further information about the role, please contact the Talent Acquisition Team on policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk Please do not contact this number for an application form. 

Apply:

 

This is an exciting opportunity to build a solid career with untold possibilities and I would encourage anyone who would like to know more to visit our website for further information and details of how to apply – www.southyorks.police.uk/bethefuture.