Humberside Police
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Humberside Police Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
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Salaries

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Human Resources

Human Resources Advisor
£27,424 per year
Human Resources Assistant
£19,520 per year
Chief People Officer
£25,518 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 49 reviews and is evolving.

3.4020174.5720183.2020193.752020

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Reviews

Special Constable in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
on 23 December 2020
Youth club with uniforms.
Employing too many young and immature people with very few life skills facing some serious situations. Not very welcoming to older officers or Specials.
Office Manager/Administrator in Brigg, Lincolnshire
on 28 April 2020
Productive
Not one day is the same. Varied workload with positive outcomes for the Force and community. Ability to work with numerous and varied programmes to enable you to carry out your role with efficiency, economy and speed. Training courses are numerous and available to develop your role within the organisation. Trusted and respected member of staff and views are appreciated and acted upon.
Customer Service Advisor in Grimsby, Lincolnshire
on 28 March 2020
Productive and friendly workplace
The position I held was that of Customer Service advisor. This was based in the Grimsby office. We were a small group of people who worked well and supported each other in the work we were doing.
PCSO in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
on 8 January 2020
No work life balance
No very suitable for social or family life, long shifts with evenings and weekend working, not always listened to by supervisor. Wages are appropriate for the role.
Domestic Abuse Coordinator in Reed
on 23 November 2019
Domestic abuse coordinator
A typical workday would be to sign into the police databases and email systems. Work on the medium-risk cases that have come in overnight. Research both the victim and suspect and see what came in when the call came in. check guidelines and email partner agencies (if needed) write a report on what has happened and assign a risk level. I learned how the police dealt with domestic abuse and all the parties that are involved with Domestic abuse cases. The work culture is very close-knit as other colleges may know the suspect or victim and can help with the risk assessment. preempting what may happen in the future if the wrong risk assessment was given. The most enjoyable part of the job was doing the research into the victim and suspect and the satisfaction of being able to help.
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Interview insights

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Process takes more than one month

Interview questions

Previous life experience, common sense and general knowledge.

Shared on 19 April 2017

Conflict management and how you dealt with it? Decision making, creative thinking? Community working or experience? Customer services? Diversity knowledge and understanding?

Shared on 17 April 2017
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