Northern Ireland police service looks to recruit from LGBT community

Northern Ireland’s police service is to hold its first recruitment events for members of the LGBT community.

The BBC reports PSNI will hold three information evenings early next month, while the service also launched a recruitment drive on Monday, aiming to employ 300 new officers by the end of March next year.

The events, organised in conjunction with the Rainbow Project and specifically aimed at members of the LGBT community, will be held in Belfast and Newry.

Defence secretary promises to cut Army recruitment time

The defence secretary has pledged to reduce the time taken between someone taking an interest in joining the British Army and a decision on their application.

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Recruiters call for improvement in Army recruitment

The admission by defence secretary Gavin Williamson that the state of British Army recruitment was “unacceptable” has prompted recruiters to call for change. Williamson’s remark, made in a speech last week, came after it was revealed that it takes an average of 300 days for an application to join the Army to be completed.

21 February 2018

NEW TO THE MARKET: 12-16 FEBRUARY 2018

This week’s launches include: APSCo, ClickMechanic, Computer Recruiter, Guidant Group, ITS, Recite Me, TFS Healthcare, Uncommon.co

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Carillion collapse fallout continues

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