Why work for the Police Treatment Centres?
The PTC is a national Police Charity supporting those with physical and psychological injuries, conditions and illnesses; with the aim of assisting their return to better health and wellbeing.
The PTC team is made up of dedicated, skilled employees and committed volunteers who work with the Police Family and offer support when they need it most. Join us and you can make a difference to members of the Police Family in their time of need.
The PTC has key values helping us delivery first-class service:
• To put our patients and their needs at the core of everything we do.
• To put the Serving Police Family at the centre of our work and support Retired Officers where capacity allows.
• To strive for excellence in the quality of our facilities, care and treatments.
• We seek to nurture a working environment where colleagues feel valued and experience an atmosphere of mutual respect and absolute integrity in relationships
The PTC is proud of our commitment to our employees, and we aim to be an employer of choice; offering an environment where all employees feel equally valued, their personal and professional growth is encouraged and contributions are recognised.
Our vision is to establish the PTC as a centre of excellence is shown through our commitment to Investors in People.
In return, we believe we offer a unique working environment & employee benefits package.
If you would like to work for a Charity where people are given the opportunity to take responsibility and demonstrate a “can do spirit” then we would like to hear from you.
The PTC; supporting you whilst you are supporting the Policing Family
St Andrews, Harrogate
Evening Receptionist, 20 hours per week
Sleeping Duty Nurse, Friday & Saturday Nights 9.00pm to 8.00am. Also Bank Nurses - please see Sleeping Duty Nurse advert for more information.
Deputy Finance Manager, 20 hours per week
Sorry no current vacancies
Volunteer for the Police Treatment Centres
People volunteer for many different reasons. Some have a connection with the Police Treatment Centres through work, family members and friends, some wish to give something back to their community, others come to strengthen their CV by developing new skills. No matter what the reason, volunteering is an excellent way to meet new people and make friends.