Inspira, the leading careers advice organisation in Cumbria is working in partnership with Cumbria Constabulary to help local jobseekers understand the wide range of career options available within the police force.

Recruitment is open for police officers and non-policing roles such as in the criminal justice team, procurement and administration.
The roles are available countywide with opportunities for agile working in many of the non-policing roles which makes location more flexible.

Starting on the 19th of April, the week-long, county-wide programme will feature online talks from officers and staff about their roles, enabling participants to ask questions about what working for the police is really like.

“Policing is an exciting and rewarding career and by becoming an officer or staff member you can make a real difference in the communities you serve; reducing crime and making people feel safe.” says Emma Owens of Cumbria Police.

The online sessions will also enable participants to understand their skills and to receive support to understand all parts of the recruitment process from Inspira advisers and one of the force’s recruitment specialists.

Skills and Development Adviser, Lisa Thomason, from Inspira said,

“This is a really exciting project. I’m thrilled that we can help jobseekers in Cumbria to learn more about careers in the police. Everyone thinks of police officers, but there are so many diverse roles available throughout the organisation. It’s great to be able to help unemployed people to find out that there are roles to match their skills and talents.”

The programme runs online from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd April. For more information, contact Inspira on 0345 658 8647.

, the leading careers advice organisation in Cumbria is working in partnership with Cumbria Constabulary to help local jobseekers understand the wide range of career options available within the police force.

Recruitment is open for police officers and non-policing roles such as in the criminal justice team, procurement and administration.
The roles are available countywide with opportunities for agile working in many of the non-policing roles which makes location more flexible.

Starting on the 19th of April, the week-long, county-wide programme will feature online talks from officers and staff about their roles, enabling participants to ask questions about what working for the police is really like.

“Policing is an exciting and rewarding career and by becoming an officer or staff member you can make a real difference in the communities you serve; reducing crime and making people feel safe.” says Emma Owens of Cumbria Police.

The online sessions will also enable participants to understand their skills and to receive support to understand all parts of the recruitment process from Inspira advisers and one of the force’s recruitment specialists.

Skills and Development Adviser, Lisa Thomason, from Inspira said,

“This is a really exciting project. I’m thrilled that we can help jobseekers in Cumbria to learn more about careers in the police. Everyone thinks of police officers, but there are so many diverse roles available throughout the organisation. It’s great to be able to help unemployed people to find out that there are roles to match their skills and talents.”

The programme runs online from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd April. For more information, contact Inspira on 0345 658 8647.


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