SEVEN apprenticeship posts are up for grabs at Dyfed-Powys Police.
The vacancies are open to young people aged 16 and over, living in Wales and not in full-time education. There are opportunities in various departments based at Headquarters in Llangunnor, Carmarthen.
Each apprentice would be given a two year fixed term contract and could lead to a permanent role at the end of that period.
They will receive on the job training, as well as opportunity to study to achieve a Level 2 qualification.
Apprentice opportunities are available in: vehicle maintenance of the police fleet: IT; an administration role in the Business Support Unit; People Services (Human Resources); procurement; collaboration and efficiency and health and safety.
Chief Constable Mark Collins said: “This intake of apprentices is an exciting opportunity for young people wanting to work and learn, while earning a wage. There so many opportunities and different career paths available at Dyfed-Powys Police. We’re keen to put ourselves out there as an employer of choice within Wales and attract young minds who may not have thought of having a career with us previously.”
Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn said: “I welcome this announcement from Dyfed-Powys Police. Apprenticeships provide an opportunity to gain a range of qualifications whilst in paid employment, offer excellent career progression and will allow the force to widen its talent pool. Earlier this year, I became the first Police and Crime Commissioner in Wales to appoint an apprentice, a positive step on our journey to train and retain more local staff from across the Dyfed-Powys area.”
The closing date for applications is Monday, June 25.