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Part Time - Prison Custody Officer (30 hours per week) Bridgend £22,125 - £23,625

Part Time - Prison Custody Officer (30 hours per week)

Location: Bridgend |
Salary: £22,125 - £23,625 |
Posted: 7 Jun 2024 |
Closes: 5 Jul 2024 |
Job Type: Part Time and Permanent |
Business Unit: UK Central Government Services |
Region / Division: UK & Ireland |
Reference: 15886

Role Responsibility:

PART TIME - PRISON CUSTODY OFFICERS (30 hours per week)

 

HMP & YOI PARC, BRIDGEND

 

Part Time – average 30 hours per week, with various shifts

 

                                     30 Hour Salary           40 Hour Salary       

Starting Salary                     £22,125                 £29,500                       

After 1 Years’ service           £22,687                 £30,250                      

After 3 Years’ service           £23,625                 £31,500                
 

During your first 12 weeks of employment you will be required to work 40 hours per week to complete your initial training course, which you will be compensated for at full time rate (equivalent to £28,500 per annum, prorated for the duration of the ITC).

Upon successful completion of the ITC you will move onto your contracted 30 hour per week shift pattern. 

 

Benefits:  Company Pension, 198 hours annual leave (inclusive of contractual bank holidays), Company Sick Pay and Life Assurance, free on-site parking, staff canteen, free uniform, free onsite gym, PERKS at work scheme with access to High Street Shop discounts, Blue Light Card for extensive discounts, local shopping discounts and extensive training and development.

 

Be that person who makes a difference every day, the chance to do an extraordinary job

 

Looking for a secure career? Are you a good communicator? Do you have resilience? A good listener?

 

We have a number of openings available for Part Time Prison Custody Officers. Prison Custody Officers are key to the effective running of our prisons and we are looking for people who can fit naturally into this role. There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ Prison Custody Officer (PCO).  We encourage applications from individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds, who can demonstrate the integrity, resilience and strong communication skills needed to thrive in this role.  No specific qualifications or relevant experience is required.

 

The philosophy of our prisons is to rehabilitate prisoners 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.

 

The people in your care will have a variety of different needs and it will be your role to ensure those individuals are treated with dignity and respect and helped to find a new way of life whilst maintaining a safe, secure and structured environment.

 

You will play a key role in providing prisoners with structure and routine, making sure they get to work in the morning within the Prison, are actively engaging in education or work and the prison regime and are secure in their cell in the evening.


The Ideal Candidate:

When 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.  In addition, we have recently launched our Development Pathway, which provides clear career development from Prison Custody Officer through to middle manager, should that also be of interest to you.

 

Your initial training course (ITC) for a minimum of 12 weeks, where you will receive comprehensive training, which includes Control & Restraint, First Aid, Interpersonal skills and Health & Safety, including a shadowing period working alongside qualified PCOs to gain real on the job experience

 

As a PCO you will work a variety of shifts, including weekends, evenings and nights. All shifts are on a rolling pattern and agreed in advance. Any change to shift patterns will be communicated clearly with a minimum of 30 days notice. We are committed to supporting individuals to achieve a positive work life balance and on successful completion of their ITC will consider any Flexible Working Requests.

 

Equality and Diversity is an important part of G4S Care and Rehabilitation Services. We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and are a fully inclusive employer who aims to support all employees to be their true selves. We are happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments for either the role or during the recruitment process

 

G4S CaRS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and adults at risk and each employee is expected to support these goals.

 

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.

 

Our team has a real opportunity to make a difference and we encourage people to improve the way we operate and develop new ways of working to improve safety and better support prisoners.   If you join us, 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.

 

We encourage applications from Welsh speaking candidates.

 

For more information on HMP YOI Parc, please visit https://hmpparc.co.uk/

 

Please note that these vacancies are subject to a 5 year checkable history and the strict vetting standards set by G4S, and HMPPS 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 3 years. You will also need to provide full details of your employment and education history for the last 5 years as part of the security screening process for this role.

 

                                                   


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