Vacancy number P&O 2015-10-002
The Mission of the Dutch Caribbean Police Force is to contribute to the safety and quality of life of the people living, working or visiting as a tourist on one of the islands of Netherlands Caribbean. The employees are vigilant and helpful, energetic and professional.
We are looking for enthusiastic and flexible colleagues who would like to follow the internal police training for employee basic police care (agent).
You will follow 2-year police training at MBO level. This in-house training is a combination of theory (on Curacao) and practical experience in the Force. This will all happen under the leadership of coaches and teachers.
- minimum a lbo / mavo / vmboTL diploma;
- Dutch nationality;
- minimum 17 years;
- drivers’ license or obtain this within two years;
- Dutch, Papiamentu and English at B1 level.
The appointment is on a temporary basis for the period of the basic training. Upon successful completion of the basic training, there will follow another training there will follow another temporary appointment for a trial period of six months. Proper functioning will result in a permanent appointment.
Remuneration scale 4: minimum$ 1.274 up to$ 1 .950,-
More information about the vacancy
An information evening will be organized on:
Monday, October 26th from 18:30-20:30 at the Police Station on Saba
Tuesday, October 27th from 18:30-20:30 at the Police Station on St. Eustatius
More information will follow through the local media and on the website: www.rijksdienstcn.com and www. politiecn.com.
• Mr. I. Vrutaal, training coordinator + 599 715 8o86
• Mrs. M.N. van Maalsen, HR Advisor + 599 715 8364
Address applications to:
Name: Moniquevan Maalsen
Closing date: October 31st, 2015
After October 31st a committee specially designated for this within KPCN, will start working on the letter selection. Afterwards the first interviews will take place. With the candidates coming out of the first round of talks, various tests and examinations such as the sports test, the language test and the medical examination will then take place.
Applicants will receive notice within two weeks whether or not they have past the first selection round, the letter selection.