PLEASE BE ADVISED:
THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS BEEN EXTENDED BY TWO WEEKS AND IS NOW MONDAY 24 MAY 2021.
The Western Australia Police Force are seeking to establish a pool of suitable applicants who would like to make a big difference to the community by becoming a Police Auxiliary Officer within Property Management.
This recruitment pool (Ref 00433) will be used to fill ongoing vacancies for the a period of twelve (12) months from the date of initial appointment.
These Police Auxiliary Officer roles are shift work positions in accordance with the relevant industrial agreement provisions.
As a Police Auxiliary Officer (Property Management) you'll be trained to play a crucial support role to Police Officers. While you won’t have full policing powers, it’s the ideal way to gain invaluable insights and make a real contribution to the community.
You will provide operational, technical and general support to the WA Police Force, ensuring the accountable, secure and appropriate storage and handling of all property and exhibits.
You will work together with Police Officers to provide an efficient and effective property management service to Western Australia Police Force Business Units and external agencies. Dependent on location, you will assist in the transportation, storage and movement of exhibits and evidence; crime support and/or deceased identification. The role also monitors security systems and building alarms and undertakes administrative duties as required.
Applicants are required to:
- Successfully completes the Medical Assessment
- Possess a current Western Australia Manual “C Class” or Automatic “C-A” Driver’s Licence
- Be able to wear the appropriate protective clothing as supplied by the Western Australia Police Force and have the capacity to lift a move bulky equipment in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) principles and practices.
Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the integrity check consent form is not required for current WA Police Force employees).
In addition to completing the attached application and integrity form, applicants are asked to address the following nominated work related requirements in no more than three (3) pages:
Ability to understand and apply the provisions of Acts and regulations
Applicants are also required to submit a Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills and experience relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form.
The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant’s ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist.
Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process.
This POOL is being created to fill future vacancies that may arise within State Crime. This POOL will remain active for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial appointment. Applicants who are assessed as ‘suitable’ at the completion of this process, will be placed in the POOL and will be considered for future permanent and temporary vacancies as they become available.
On the job training will be provided along with opportunities for personal and professional growth.
As outlined in the application form, integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicants for these positions are not current WA Police Force employees.
Any relocation costs associated with appointment to these positions may be the responsibility of the successful applicants.
SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH (OSH) STATEMENT
The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people with a disability, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices.
Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment.
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) is a vital component within WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process.
FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION
Please contact Inspector Lysle Cubbage on telephone number (08) 9373 2474.
Further information about the role can also be obtained by clicking the below link:
SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION
Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the “APPLICATION PROCESS” section of the advertisement. Please select the “APPLY FOR JOB” button at the top/bottom of this advertisement. Should you encounter any problems lodging your online application please contact Police Staff Selection and Deployment on (08) 6229 5772 during business hours (8am to 4pm, Monday – Friday), prior to the specified closing time.
FAXED, LATE OR PRO-FORMA APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Application package (including Integrity Check) and the Position Description Form are attached below.