The Force has a number of vacancies across Staffordshire; the majority are located in the south of the county. The new recruits will start in June and July 2016.
Assistant Chief Constable Nick Adderley said, “From day one the successful candidates will be helping to fight crime and protect the public of Staffordshire.
“PCSOs are key to our police family and they have a place in the hearts of the communities we serve. They are the familiar face on high visibility patrol and are well known by local residents, business leaders and communities.
“We need people who are good communicators with a calm, confident personality; problem solvers; team players; and people who easily build relationships, respect other people and appreciate views from communities across the county.
“You will need to be physically fit as there is a significant amount of walking involved as well as being emotionally resilient enough to deal with a variety of demanding issues.”
Applications are welcome from all sectors of the community.
Application forms are available online at www.staffspolice.com/careers-join-our-team/pcso-2016 and the closing date of receipt of applications is midday on Friday 5 February.