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The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)
Various roles, various salaries
Custody Nurse Practitioners
Salary: c.£28,443 plus location allowance and a 20% shift allowance. You will receive £28,443 the band minimum plus location allowance on recruitment. Progress to the band maximum of £35,053 will be via incremental progression.
Experienced eyes notice things that others miss. They see beyond the obvious. They know the difference. They prefer a rational assessment to a knee-jerk reaction. And that’s why your clinical expertise will be in such demand – and held in such high regard – when you join us as a Custody Nurse Practitioner.
Salary: Circa £24,257 plus £3,466 location allowance
You will receive £24,257 the band minimum plus location allowance on recruitment. Progress to the band maximum of £27,608 will be via incremental progression.
In this specialist counter terrorism role, you will provide CRBN and conventional forensic examination training to police officers and staff. It involves planning and managing capability and learning exercises at sites throughout the UK and possibly abroad.
Occupational Health Advisor (1 Year fixed contract)
Salary: Circa £35,053 to £41,105 plus £3,466 location allowance. You will receive £35,053 the band minimum plus location allowance on recruitment.
If you want to put your Occupational Health (OH) skills to work in one of the most exciting and diverse environments around, this is your chance. As part of our multi-disciplinary OH team, you will promote the health and safety of London’s largest workforce.
Opportunities across London
Minimum 10 hours a month
In our eyes, every young person has the potential to do great things. Our Cadet Leaders volunteer their time to teach young people life skills and how to support policing initiatives.