- Agency: Police
- Reference: R01162021
- Posted: 30-Mar-2021
- Closing Date: 30-Apr-2021
- Salary: CI$35,880
- Job Description
Applications are invited for the police post of:
Are you between 18 and 40 years? Do you have what it takes to help keep the Cayman Islands a safe place to work, live and visit? If so, the RCIPS wants to hear from you!
The RCIPS have a range of specialist and patrol functions including: Neighbourhood Policing, Traffic, Drugs and Serious Crime, Criminal Investigations, Financial Crimes, Armed Response, Joint Marine Unit, Air Support, Joint Intelligence Unit, Family Support Unit and the recent Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).
All shortlisted candidates must pass each stage of the selection process.
Stage One: Initial Employment Application
Stage Two: Entrance Examination: Computer & Written Test (Math & English)
Stage Three: Physical Test
Stage Four: Structured Interview
Stage Five: Medical Test
Stage Six: Invitation to join
New recruits will have 17 weeks of initial training before deployment under the direction of a Tutor. All recruits must successfully complete a two-year probationary period.
Applicants should be Caymanian (as defined under the Immigration Law) or Permanent Resident (with the right to work without restrictions); be physically fit, computer literate and have a sound educational background.
Applicants must have no criminal convictions – in any jurisdiction - and truthfully declare all information requested on the application form. It’s important that potential recruits have sound social awareness and an interest in criminal law (see job description).
Police Constable (Recruit) Salary range: CI $35,880 per annum (increased after successful completion of 2 years’ probation to CI $43,812 per annum), plus an additional $200 monthly allowance.
Completed applications must be sent to the:
Human Resource Department
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS
30th APRIL 2021
Benefits will be determined in accordance with the Public Service Management Law, Personnel Regulations, the Public Service Pensions Law and the CINICO Health Plan as may be amended from time to time. Pension and health benefits are non-contributory.