Operational Support Property Stores Clerk BRIDGEND £20,589.86
Operational Support Property Stores ClerkLocation: BRIDGEND | Salary: £20,589.86 | Posted: 25 Feb 2020 | Closes: 3 Mar 2020 | Job Type: Permanent & Full-time | Business Unit: UK Central Government Services | Region / Division: UK & Ireland | Reference: 8650
Operational Support - Property Stores Clerk
HMP Parc, Bridgend
Salary : £20,589.86 per annum
Full-time (40 hours per week various shifts)
As the world’s leading security solutions group with operations in over 120 countries and more than 625,000 employees worldwide, G4S is a truly unique company. We’re bigger, more diverse and involved in more fascinating, cutting-edge projects than many people would imagine and we now have an opportunity for Operational Support - Property Stores Clerk to join our team at HMP & YOI Parc, a category B prison, in Bridgend, South Wales, currently holding over 1300 convicted male adult prisoners and remand / convicted young offenders and young people in a secure but modern environment.
To provide an effective and efficient property stores service to the Admissions function. To help maintain efficiency and professionalism at HMP & YOI Parc by supporting the establishment.
- Adherence to correct procedures for handling prisoner property
- Answering of any complaints or public correspondence relating to property
- To co-ordinate the exchange of property for the prisoners
- Liaise with purchasing and main stores with regards to mail order items
- Ensure volumetric control measures are adhered to
- Liaise with HMPS Property Storage in Branston
- Ensure all property is searched in line with LSS
- To ensure all property cards are up to date and are in an auditable standard
- Collecting property that has been sent in and issue to prisoners
The Ideal Candidate:
Job Holder Specification
- Must be computer literate, CMS, PNOMIS and Email
- Experience of dealing with the public and/or prisoners
- Good interpersonal skills
- Flexible and reliable
- Able to work well under pressure and unsupervised
- Must be able to supervise prisoners
At G4S, the philosophy of our prisons is to rehabilitate offenders and equip them to re-integrate into mainstream society on release. We seek to normalise prison conditions as far as possible to reflect life in the outside community. Our aim is to create an environment in which staff and prisoners feel safe and causes of prison stress are minimised. Central to our philosophy is the relationship between staff and prisoners. Our training and operational practices emphasise the need to treat prisoners with dignity and respect and G4S staff build positive and supportive relationships with the prisoners in their care. We are seeking to recruit a caring, pro-active and confident professional to help make a real difference to their lives.
If you join us, you can be sure that you’ll find a secure, friendly and professional working environment and be given all the support, training and encouragement you need to build and develop a successful career with us. Our benefits are as you would expect from a large global organisation and include a company pension, comprehensive training, career development, generous holiday entitlement, uniform and access to our on-site gym.
Please note that these vacancies are subject to a 10 year checkable history and the strict vetting standards set by G4S and the Secretary of State for the Home Office and are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.
You must be eligible to work in the UK and must have been resident in the UK for a minimum period of 5 years. You will also need to provide full details of your employment and education history for the last 10 years as part of the security screening process for this role.
HMP & YOI Parc is committed to a clean air policy for the wellbeing of its staff, and to protect them from the risks of passive smoking. Our prison is a smoke-free environment, and smoking is not permitted in any area of the establishment. The conveyance of smoking paraphernalia (including tobacco, cigarettes and e-cigarettes) through the Keylock and into the prison will be considered a disciplinary offence under the company’s Disciplinary Policy.