Volunteer Cadet Leader

North Wales Police
Local Policing Services
Citizens in Policing
Eastern, Western, Central
Fixed - this role can only be performed from a specific location.

31/12/2025, 12:00

To improve the quality of life in the community by supporting the development of young people through uniformed Volunteer Police Cadet (VPC) Service

Applicants must detail in the supporting statement how you meet the below minimum criteria for the role.

1. Good Communication and interpersonal skills

2. Ability to apply attention to detail

3. Good procedure and policy compliance

4. Willingness to undertake an induction to help you understand your role, and how the force works as well as receiving relevant IT training

5. Flexibility to attend VPC sessions within academic year

6. Awareness and insight into the work of the Police is desirable

7. Ability to work in a team

Level 1 Welsh language skills are essential for this post.

Please refer to the NWP Welsh Language Skills Policy for details on your eligibility criteria and learning commitments throughout probation.

Positive Action - are you eligible?

We recognise that everybody’s needs are unique and different. Our Workforce Representation Team offer a variety of initiatives including providing appropriate advice, encouragement and support throughout the recruitment process. If you’re from a Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME), minority religion group, LGBT+, or have a disability or neurodiverse condition (e.g. dyslexia), the Workforce Representation Team may be able to offer you Positive Action support depending on the role you are applying for. Visit our Positive Action page to learn more about how this works and our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Disability Confident Employer

We are recognised as a disability confident employer. This means we aim to recruit and retain disabled people, and people with health conditions, for their skills and talent. You can indicate on our application form whether you require any support or adjustments to enable you to do the job, or to assist you with your application.

If you join us with a disability or medical condition, we aim to support you so you can carry out your role effectively. Where possible we’ll arrange reasonable adjustments so you can do this. If you can help us to create a safer North Wales, then we welcome your application - whatever your age, beliefs, disability, ethnicity, gender, race or sexual orientation.


Click here for a user guide (PDF) which will help you with our online application process.