Public Services

Overview

You will develop teamwork, fitness, self discipline and leadership skills which are key; you will take part in physical fitness, problem solving and team work activities to prepare you for some of the most demanding and vital job roles there are. 


Career Prospects

Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services

Annual pay
£60,840
Workforce change
11%
Hours/week
44
Replacement
30%

The workforce is projected to expand by 11% over the period to 2024, adding 1,718 jobs. In the same period, 30% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 4,510 job openings.

Role description

Fire officers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities and resources of a specific physical or functional area of a statutory or private fire brigade/service and the resources necessary for the protection of property at fires within a salvage corps area. Ambulance officers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the resources necessary for the provision of ambulance services. Prison officers (principal officer and above) plan, organise, direct, and co-ordinate the activities and resources necessary for the running of a prison, remand or detention centre. Customs officers plan and direct the work of customs, excise and immigration staff in the monitoring and inspection of goods and persons crossing national borders.

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Bridge Rd
Sheerness, Kent
ME12 1HL