Holbeach based New Home builders Ashwood Homes embraced a busy and successful weekend when opening its doors on the 4th and 5th of February showcasing the 37 soon to be built 2,3 and 4 bedroom homes situated on Backgate Cowbit.
Serving in the Armed Forces comes with a unique set of challenges. The work is demanding, and long periods of time are spent away from home. These pressures can make something like buying a house that bit more daunting.
The CNC is a specialist armed police service dedicated to protecting the civil nuclear industry. We protect 14 civil nuclear sites across England, Scotland and Wales, safeguard nuclear material in transit and play a key role in national security. The civil nuclear industry includes nuclear research and provides nuclear energy to millions of people.
To protect such an important commodity, as well as the public, we are a police force like no other, offering a variety of Police Officer and support roles at all levels. By protecting nuclear materials on site and in transit. We play a vital role.
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) follows the National Recruitment Standards in accordance with Home Office Guidelines and processes for recruiting Officers into the Constabulary. Our selection processes are based on ability, skills and expertise. We recruit the very best people based on merit, regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs, sexual preference or anything else unrelated to the role. The nature of our work means that we have to conduct a rigorous application process which, of necessity, can also be quite lengthy. The process involves a variety of screening checks, as well as security and reference checks. This is an essential part of ensuring that we recruit the most able individuals and that you are right for us – as well as ensuring that joining us is the right move for you.
Our Policing priorities include: national and international terrorism, information and technology proliferation, protection of site and facilities from incursion and unlawful protest as well as crime committed within site areas.
Headquarters South West will be running a Job Fair in Tidworth Garrison Theatre on Wednesday 15 March 2017. At the event will be over 60 regional and national employers, as well as recruitment agencies who are specifically looking to recruit Service Leavers, Veterans and Spouses. A wide variety of industry sectors will be represented, including (but not exclusively): health, care, construction, transport, communications, tourism & leisure, manufacturing, bio sciences & pharmaceutical, finance and defence.
During the day a series of presentations/seminars will be delivered by outside experts on the following topics:
- 1030hrs – The Service Leaver’s Journey – from Service Leavers who have successfully made the journey into a successful military career
- 1130hrs – CTP – what CTP offer & how to get the most out of your Resettlement
- 1230hrs – The Business Perspective – what an employer is looking for when recruiting
- 1330hrs – Spouses – advice & guidance on the path to employment for spouses & partners
When: Wednesday 15th March 2017
Time: 10AM – 3PM
Where: Tidworth Garrison Theatre, St Andrew’s Road, TIDWORTH, Wiltshire, SP9 7EP
All military personnel in Resettlement are encouraged to attend – even if you are not sure where you wish to settle or what job you are looking for, use the opportunity to speak to businesses who are looking to recruit from the military community to help develop your Resettlement planning. Unique to the Tidworth Job Fair will be a number of employers and agencies specifically attending to recruit/offer advice to spouses and partners also looking for employment.
Former RAF Gunner and Southwark resident Paul Croney will swap his military uniform for a gown and mortar board, as he celebrates his university graduation on 8 November. Military life and then shifts in the police force meant that Paul, 34, didn’t have much time to think about returning to study until 12 years after finishing his A-levels. However, his military background and experiences of conflict in the Middle East, serving alongside personnel from other nations, gave Paul a strong interest in how politics works at a global level.