Police Staff

Police Staff Roles

Our police staff work within IT, finance, administration, motor workshops, Force Control Room, HR and Corporate Communications, to name but a few working side by side with their officer colleagues.

Great job opportunities for the right people

Current vacancy: PAYROLL MANAGER

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced payroll professional with a proven track record in managing the payroll function for a large organisation.

The main task for the coming year will be as a key member of the project team working with our implementation partner on the new payroll system.

You will have the opportunity to shape the delivery of the payroll and related functions for the Force, applying your management skills and experience of implementing similar systems. To find out more and apply: [HERE]

 

PCSO OPPORTUNITIES TO TRANSFER TO HUMBERSIDE POLICE

Humberside Police have a fantastic opportunity for established PCSOs to transfer to #TeamHumberside in the vital role of PCSO.

You will act as a key liaison point between local communities and policing. Publicly facing, you will provide a visible, accessible and approachable uniformed presence in the community to offer reassurance, diffuse situations with threats of conflict, improve confidence and trust, gather information and promote good community relations.

For more information and to apply follow the link [APPLY]

 

We have a number of other great support staff vacancies at the moment and you can view more information about them by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. 

You provide the ambition, we'll provide the career

Like every UK Force, Humberside Police is a busy place. We serve communities across four counties – Hull, East Ridings, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.

Our 999 and 101 call centres deal with almost half a million calls a year. Our Officers and staff are in every part of the community, responding to the public’s needs, protecting vulnerable people and investigating crime. From low-level anti-social disorder to serious crime – and everything in between, we are often the service of first and last resort for the public.

We have hundreds of widely varying roles for men and women of all ages, from every educational background and at all stages of their lives.

We employ approximately 2000 police staff in areas including finance, communications, crime scene investigation, human resources, data inputting, call taking and crime analysis to name but a few - all providing a key role in the provision of an efficient policing service.

Our police staff work side by side with police officers and make a real difference to people’s lives.

Whether you join us for on-going career development or as a highly rewarding job with good pay and flexible hours to suit your needs, we are confident you will enjoy working life in our modern, dynamic and fast moving organisation where teamwork, co-operation and relying on each other really does count for everything.

From widely diverse backgrounds with very different personalities and aspirations, everyone who joins Humberside Police plays a positive part in community policing – whether they’re out there in a highly visible role or behind the scenes. They also enjoy a huge variety of benefits.

We welcome applications from underrepresented communities.  For further information on positive action within Humberside Police please visit the Positive Action page: POSITIVE ACTION