Hertfordshire Police Careers and Employment
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PO1/S02/A5 - Query Team Senior Advisor - HR & Shared Services
£32,673 - £41,718 a year
30+ days agoView job
Communications Officer in Welwyn Garden City
on 16 February 2020
I found it quite a lonely place to work in and the shifts were long. I did enjoy the job the further I got into. The training I found difficult but I got there in the end and the training team were very supportive as I did struggle at times. The shifts were long and it was difficult to get time off. Due to a kidney condition I have the shift work really started to affect my health so unfortunately I had to give the job up. Had the job been 9 to 5 Monday to Saturday I would have continued the role
Police Constable in Hertfordshire
on 17 April 2019
Good job, just not appreciated and paid enough
I don't think many people need telling what the Police do, its simple but we have to put up with a lot of grief and poor money. The hours are unsociable but thats to be expected as its shift work, you get us to this but become very isolated in the Police bubble.
Police Officer in Watford, Hertfordshire
on 24 January 2018
30 Memorable Years
Over 30 years of public service under generally good efficient management. A great sense of camaraderie in an unforgiving environment, providing a good and often unheralded service to the public.
Communications Operator in Welwyn Garden City
on 12 May 2017
Incident lead job, stressful but can at times be rewarding
This is a stressful workplace due to volume of work and the content of the calls often dealt with. The work is often varied , however the work tends to far exceed the number of staff available. Current management I believe are struggling due to workload and coming amalgamation with two other forces, which makes them seem ineffectual to their staff. There is not a lot of time for workplace culture, but overall people work in good humour with their colleagues. There is a big age split in the room with many young staff and not so many older experienced staff. Hardest part of the job is the often harrowing content of the work, and lack of time to form friendships with colleagues. The most enjoyable can also be the very varied content of the work, and you can sometimes develop very good friendships. Personally I no longer find the role fulfilling or enjoyable, probably due to my length of service, however newer staff often find it quite exciting and enjoyable.
Police Officer in Hertford
on 10 April 2017
Many different roles
Through my 30 years service I had many different roles. These included general police duties, rural beat officer, control room operative, traffic officer duties with passing an advanced course. This enabled me to extend my knowledge of vehicles which included driving manuals and automatics. Covering the M25,A1 and M1
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