BTPA advertises for Welsh member

BTPA advertises for new Welsh member
circa £15k, 30 days p.a. for four years

Cliciwch yma ar gyfer y Gymraeg

The Secretary of State for Transport is seeking to appoint a Member with knowledge of Welsh rail passenger interests who can enhance the work of BTPA through their skills, knowledge and experience.

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.

As someone representing the interests of persons in Wales you will demonstrate an understanding of railway security and the British Transport Police. You will also understand the Welsh political environment and its interface with the rest of Great Britain. Your contribution to the aims and objectives of the Authority will provide evidence and input from a Welsh perspective.

The application period for this position has now closed.

Interviews to be held the week commencing 29 April in Wales.

Documents to download

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Contact information

Laverne Bryant (Miss)
British Transport Police Authority
Tel: 020 7388 2643
Email: laverne.bryant@btp.pnn.police.uk

The British Transport Police Authority values equality and diversity in employment and a socially inclusive transport system. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, women and minority ethnic groups.

About the BTPA

BTPA is an independent body of that oversees the British Transport Police. It is composed of 15 members who represent the rail operators and passengers. It maintains the force’s budget, allocates resources and makes senior appointments to the force. For more information, visit www.btpa.police.uk.

British Transport Police is the specialist, national police service for Britain’s railways. It deals with major and minor crime, disorder and incidents, and covers the rail system in England, Wales and Scotland. Its police officers, Police Community Support Officers, Special Constables and support staff are recruited and trained like those of local forces and have the same powers.


Aelod dros Gymru

Awdurdod Heddlu Trafnidiaeth Prydain

tua £15m, 30 diwrnod y.f. am bedair blynedd

Mae’r Ysgrifennydd Gwladol dros Drafnidiaeth eisiau penodi Aelod â gwybodaeth am fuddion teithwyr rheilffyrdd Cymru a all wella gwaith BTPA trwy eu sgiliau, gwybodaeth a phrofiad.

Bydd angen ichi arddangos sgiliau gwaith tîm a rhyngbersonol, uniondeb a barn gadarn. Mae ymrwymiad pendant i agenda cyfle cyfartal ac amrywiaeth o’r pwys mwyaf. Mae profiad o ymgysylltu’n effeithiol â’r byd masnachol yn hanfodol.

Fel rhywun sy’n cynrychioli buddion pobl yng Nghymru byddwch yn arddangos dealltwriaeth o ddiogeledd rheilffyrdd a Heddlu Trafnidiaeth Prydain. Hefyd byddwch yn deall amgylchedd gwleidyddol Cymru a’i ryngwyneb â gweddill Prydain Ffawr. Bydd eich cyfraniad at nodau ac amcanion yr Awdurdod yn darparu tystiolaeth ac adborth oddi wrth bersbectif Cymreig.

Cyfweliadau i’w cynnal yn yr wythnos sy’n cychwyn ar 29 Ebrill yng Nghymru.

Dogfennau

Gysylltu â Laverne Bryant yn BTPA (laverne.bryant@btp.pnn.police.uk) i gael pecyn cais yn Gymraeg.

Mae Awdurdod Heddlu Trafnidiaeth Prydain yn cydnabod gwerth cydraddoldeb ac amrywiaeth mewn cyflogaeth a system drafnidiaeth sy’n gymdeithasol-gynhwysfawr. Rydym yn croesawu’n arbennig geisiadau gan bobl anabl, menywod a grwpiau lleiafrifoedd ethnig.

Am y BTPA

Mae’r BTPA yn gorff annibynnol â chyfrifoldeb dros sicrhau gwasanaeth heddlu effeithiol ac effeithlon i’r rhwydwaith trenau yn Lloegr, yr Alban a Chymru.