We are looking for people like you to join one of the biggest Division in Scotland. If you are an honest, hard-working individual who is enthusiastic and motivated this is the right job for you. You’ll receive first class training and be rewarded with an extraordinary job that is like no other.
Our Local Policing officers are trained to a high level and can be sent to deal with almost anything.
Scottish Fire & Rescue
Whether it’s our front line firefighters, or voluntary firefighters, fire prevention staff who work with people in their communities every day, or any other one of the wide variety of roles that make up the Service, you can be certain that we are working hard to ensure people in Scotland are as safe as possible.
Our Firefighters are highly trained to deal with hundreds of situations, to keep the people of scotland safe
Bilston area control room and service centre
Our Service Advisors are the first point of contact for anyone calling Police Scotland, and handle all emergency and non - emergency calls. As such, the ability to remain calm and focused when under pressure is a must-have quality, as is the capacity to handle a sizable workload, seeing as the job is 24/7, 365 days a year, and we receive something in the region of 3.5 million calls per year . Advisors also need to be flexible and able to prioritise enquiries as a large part of the job is to supply our Area Control Rooms with critical and accurate information at all times. They are also responsible for signposting callers to appropriate information services, recording call information accurately on relevant systems and identifying the level of initial police action that is required. This is done by assessing the call in terms of risk, vulnerability, any threat or harm that the caller may be exposed to and then choosing the most appropriate course of action.
Applicants must be 16 years old, and the positions are based at our service centres in Bilston Glen,