Transferee Opportunities - Detective Constable - Organised Crime Unit
North Yorkshire is proud to be the safest county in the country. We are currently seeking transferee Detective Constables to help us keep it this way.
We currently have a number of opportunities for Detective Constables who are interested in working in the Organised Crime Unit based within the York / Selby district. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for PIP level 2 Detective Constables to join a fast paced environment offering daily challenges, as well as varied development opportunities.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate a proactive and dedicated approach to the role with strong investigative ability relative to current experience. Strong team working, high ethics and effective communication are essential.
The successful applicant will join a team which plays a key role in targeting Serious and Organised Crime, assisting in the performance of specific operations, while adhering to best practice in respect of Criminal Investigation, with particular emphasis on RIPA and IPA Legislation and covert policing techniques.
The successful candidate will be required to go through vetting to MV level. There is an expectation that officers will be able to undertake periods of on-call for the unit. This is preplanned and there is flexibility within the department.
Should any potential applicant require further information about the role, please contact T/DI 1555 Fionna McEwan
North Yorkshire Police are committed to improving the diversity of our workforce and our aim is to recruit talented people with a diverse range of skills and experience, as such we welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. Our Positive Action team would be happy to link with you and talk you through the application and assessment process. All appointments will be made on merit.
To be eligible to apply, candidates must have completed their probationary period.
It is proposed that successful external applicants will commence in January 2020, however all applicants should be available to start within the next twelve months.
Successful candidates will be required to relocate at their own cost, if applicable.
Please note any offer will be subject to satisfactory references, medical, vetting and security checks. Attendance and disciplinary records will also be assessed as part of the recruitment process. If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please submit an application by 29th July 2019