Police Tutor Constable
POLICE TUTOR CONSTABLE
St Helena Island, South Atlantic
2 years FTC available immediatel
£37k pa, depending on experience and qualifications, plus International Supplement
Successful applicant must be under 60 years of age on date of appointment
Enjoying unique lifestyle opportunities, St Helena Island is a self-governing overseas territory of the United Kingdom.
The Royal St Helena Police (RSHP) comprises of a Chief of Police, a Detective Chief Inspector, three Inspectors (including the Training Inspector, who line manages this post), five Sergeants (including one Detective Sergeant) and 19 Constables (including three Detective Constables). Working alongside the uniform policing teams, you will establish a trust-based relationship with learners, collaborating to identify their individual needs and developing mutually agreed expectations of roles and responsibilities. In addition, the RSHP has one Inspector, one Sergeant and three Constables based on Ascension Island, and it may occasionally be necessary for you to travel there in order to provide learning support to those officers.
You will tutor and support learners through specific and risk-managed work-based scenarios, assessing their progress against learning outcomes and/or assessment criteria agreed with the Training Inspector. Using your professional knowledge, you will plan, prepare and facilitate learning opportunities and provide review sessions with learners. You will help them to build evidence of their progress and competence, and develop action plans for their professional development. Having a structured approach to the tutoring process, you apply an understanding of human behaviour to the identification of barriers to performance and learning, and to identifying appropriate development actions
You will have experience of coaching, mentoring and tutoring and broad policing experience, including neighbourhood (community) policing, response policing, custody, crime investigation and working in partnership with external stakeholders. You will also understand current policing challenges, efficiency and diversity issues.
In addition, you must demonstrate a commitment to the Royal St. Helena Police Service Code of Ethics and use your diverse expertise and experiences to ensure your time on the island has the broadest benefit to St Helena. As a police officer funded through the Technical Co-Operation Programme you will be expected to share your knowledge and skills beyond the workplace contributing to workforce, community and capacity development in St Helena and Ascension Island.
Our Benefits Package Includes:
How to Apply:
An application form is available at sthelenapublicservicejobs.sh where further information can also be found. You may also contact Kedell Worboys (Tel: 0203 818 7610; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Chief of Police David Price (Tel: +290 22310; Email: email@example.com) for additional information about this role.
Applications must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and received by 06 April 2023
To be considered for this role, you must complete our application form. Failure to do so will mean that your application will not be considered. Please do not submit your CV.
The Public Service positively accepts applications from all members of the community regardless of race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, and will consider all applications on the basis of merit, in accordance with the person specification.
Due to the potential for high numbers of applications, if you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date you should assume you have not been short listed. We would like to thank you for your interest in working for St Helena Government.