BTPA Member Vacancies (x4) –
Deadline extended to 19 December 2014
The British Transport Police Authority exists to ensure the efficient and effective policing of Britain’s railways by the British Transport Police. The Authority is responsible for the strategy, the policing plan and the budget for policing the railways.
The Secretary of State for Transport is now seeking to appoint up to four members who can enhance the work of the Authority through their skills, knowledge and experience consisting of:
- three members with knowledge of rail industry interests
- one member with knowledge of rail staff interests
As someone with knowledge of the interests of the railway industry you will understand the contribution the British Transport Police make to the safety and security of an expanding rail system including passenger or consumer rights.
You will need to demonstrate highly developed team-working and interpersonal skills, integrity and sound judgement. A solid commitment to an equal opportunities and diversity agenda is paramount. Experience of engaging effectively with the commercial world is essential.
The post is 30 days a year for four years at a salary of £16,066 pa.
Documents to download
Closing date for applications: 5pm Friday 19 December 2014.
Interviews are expected be held in February 2015.
We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.