Life on the beat isn’t for everyone but that doesn’t mean you can’t work for South Wales Police.
Staff roles vary enormously from Communication Officers to HR Business Partner, IT specialists to Custody Detention Officers. Your skills, experience and expertise could be what we’re looking for.
South Wales Police prides itself on our exceptional people so if you feel that you would like to come and join us keep an eye on our current vacancies and new vacancies pages.
What South Wales Police offers you…
- Competitive salary
- Paid annual leave entitlement (minimum 24 days rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service) plus paid public holiday leave
- Generous Local Government Pension Scheme
- Generous sick pay entitlement
- Flexible Working arrangements (to be agreed with line manager in support of organisational need)
- Childcare Vouchers – exchange part of your salary for tax and NI free childcare vouchers
- Enhanced Maternity and Paternity pay
- Career Break – Staff can apply for a career break (after 2 years’ service)
- Cycle to work – obtain a new bike to travel to work through your salary saving tax and national insurance
- Lifestyle Discounts which include travel subsidiaries, an eye care scheme and many more
- Staff Support Networks which include: Female Police Association, Gay Staff Network, Black Police Association, Christian Police Association, Ability Support Network, Police Federation, Unison, GMB
- Opportunities to join various sports clubs
To apply for the role of police staff, you will need to:
- Have lived in the UK for three continuous years, immediately prior to application
- Have leave to enter or leave to remain in the UK for an indefinite period. N.B You will need to provide proof of this when completing your application
- Not be a member of the British National Party (BNP) plus other organisations such as Combat 18 or The National Front
- Not have any tattoos that could cause offence. Tattoos on the neck, face or hands are deemed to be unacceptable but consideration may be given in some circumstances considering the size, nature and prominence of the tattoo
- Not have a criminal record or conviction which is incompatible with the role – please see eligibility criteria.
Applications are welcome from people with disabilities and every effort will be made to make reasonable adjustments if required.
If you are successful, you will have to complete a medical questionnaire and dependent on the post you may have to undertake a medical examination e.g. hearing test/eye test
Existing tattoos will be screened for eligibility and if candidates choose to have any additional tattoos during the recruitment process, after passing eligibility checks, the onus is on them to advise HR and provide appropriate photographs which will need to be checked.
The importance of honesty and integrity is made clear throughout our application process. Police staff are subject to the Standards of Professional Behaviour, which clearly set out what is expected from police staff.
You MUST declare all convictions for past offences, formal cautions (including as a juvenile) and any bind-over imposed by the courts. You should also include all traffic convections.