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If You Are Looking For A Job In The
Prison Service In 2012 We Will Show You How To Achieve This At The
Your First Attempt!
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want to join the prison service but only a few candidates actually realise
this dream for the simple reason that many turn up to the assessment day
unprepared. Being a Prison
Officer is a challenging and rewarding career with many exciting
The role of the prison officer has grown in
recent years and it is now looked upon as one of the top ten jobs that
people want to become. It takes a special type of person to become a prison
officer and only those that fit the criteria are given the opportunity. Previously the position of a prison officer was not looked upon in a
favourable light but the prison service has moved on to offer a very sought
after respected job and career path.
A Prison Service Job
offers a number of fantastic benefits:
secure job even in
times of financial uncertainty
2. A generous salary with prison officers
earning up to
£30,000 after training
3. Part time
flexible working hours are available
4. The prison
service welcomes applications from both
men and women
25 days holiday, which does not include bank holidays.
Once appointed there are
opportunities to move into more specialist roles such as physical
educational instructor or dog handler.
7. The Prison Service offers a
choice of two
pension schemes, giving you the flexibility.
Life in the
Prison Service is more than just a job. The job offers challenges and many
opportunities which will not find anywhere else, but it is not for
everybody. That is why they have a careful selection procedure which lets
them understand the candidate better, and lets them see more of what your
life will be like.
The Prison Service
Selection Process 2012
To secure a prison service job you will
need to successfully pass a tough selection process. Many candidates apply
to become a prison officer but only those that stand out from the other
candidates are successful. The prison service application process that every
candidate must pass is detailed below:
1: The Application Stage
The first stage is the application form
stage and these are now completed online application. Therefore sending
off your CV or an old written application form is no longer sufficient.
Once your application has been received your will receive notification
Recruitment staff receive your online application and they undertake
something called the initial sift stage.
They will examine the application you
have submitted and if you meet the requirements they are looking for
then you will be asked to complete an on line Prison Officer Selection
Test often referred to as POST. The request to complete this test will
be sent your email address and you must complete this within 7 days.
2: Prison Officer Selection Test (POST)
The POST is made up of two parts which
also includes both numerical and language tests. The numerical test is
sent to your e-mail address however the language test is usually taken
during the recruitment day.
If successful with the on line numerical POST test stage you will be
notified by email and asked to attend the next stage of the process
which is Recruitment Assessment Day or RAD.
3: The Recruitment Assessment Day (RAD)
The assessment day is the first chance
for the recruitment team to see you in person and the perfect
opportunity to make a lasting impression. The RAD has been specifically
created to test a number of different skills and see if you match up to
what they are looking for. The assessment will typically consist of;
- Successful completion of a number
of role-play exercises (usually 4)
- A one-on-one interview
- The language test
- A medical health check
- Completion of the Vetting forms
Candidates who are successful then move onto the fourth and
final stage of the whole process.
4: Appointment stage
Candidates who are successful during
the prison officer recruitment day will then need to undertake a medical
to ensure there a major health issues and they have a certain level of
fitness. If you complete the medical with no problems then you will
receive an offer of employment subject to the vetting process. This can
take between 6 to 8 weeks and once this is completed a candidate will
then be formally offered the position of prison officer and given a
When you apply for
a Prison Service Job in 2012 you will be required to pass a number of tests and
interviews which have been specifically designed to test your skills and
The best way to
pass the tests and interview is be fully prepared before fill in the application form
or arrive at the assessment day. The only way to do
this is with the use of insider knowledge.
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