The Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, Julia Mulligan, is launching a police officer recruitment campaign for around 60 jobs to be filled between now and the end of 2014.
The force say that they are looking for candidates who are passionate about making a difference in their communities, committed to reducing harm and for those who want to do more for victims.
“I know that people want to see officers on the streets and this campaign will help to make sure that we maximise coverage across North Yorkshire for the next few years.
“The recruitment of high quality officers is a fundamental part of my central goal to ensure people are safe, that we remain the safest county in England and residents of North Yorkshire feel safe.
“Undoubtedly, there will be a huge number of people who are interested and it is probable the website will be extremely busy during the application period which is open for two weeks. If people do experience a delay I would ask that they please bear with us as we work to ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible. ”
It's been announced Coca Cola will cut nearly 300 jobs.
The loss, at Coca Cola Enterprises, was described as “a devastating blow” by the union Unite.
Coca Cola is to close down its Direct Store Delivery operation resulting in 288 redundancies, 160 of which are Unite drivers and warehouse workers. The sites affected include Bristol, East Kilbride, North London, Northampton, Sidcup and Wakefield.
Lincoln's biggest private sector employer has officially opened a new workshop and office complex which it hopes will help it expand and provide even more jobs. Siemens has now moved into its new turbine service centre at Teal Park on the outskirts of the city. James Webster reports.
The head of Siemens' service division in Lincoln has been setting out his hopes for the future at the opening of the new turbine service centre at Teal Park. Neil Corner says the facility should enable them to expand the number of staff they already employ as work demand increases.
Siemens' director of service in Lincoln has paid tribute to all those who have worked towards the opening of the firm's new turbine service centre:
From the start our vision has been to create a world-class facility and environment of service excellence to meet our customer service needs. The focus of the centre is on continuous improvement and we are proud to have developed a facility that offers a modern working environment for our customers and employees. This together with the great work we are doing with the University at the Engineering Hub really helps put Siemens and Lincoln at the centre of engineering innovation in the UK.
Siemens' new gas turbine service facility at Teal Park in Lincoln officially opens this morning. The state of the art engineering centre represents a big investment for the region.
Union bosses say the future for BAE employees is once again uncertain after plans to sell the plant in Brough were announced.
Part of the site will be redeveloped while the rest is leased back to the aerospace giant. It's claimed the move could bring employment and a boost to the local economy - despite the hundreds of people who have been made redundant in the past 18 months.
Up to 700 jobs could be created at a new food production business planned for Hull.
It's thought it will be based at a site between Hull and Hedon. Hull City Council leader Steve Brady has revealed the development represents a potential investment of up to £300 million pounds.
Tesco are closing the following distribution centres:
- Weybridge in Surrey which employs approximately 650 staff
- Harlow in Essex which employs approximately 800 staff
- Chesterfield in Derbyshire which employs approximately 400 staff
In addition Magor, in Monmouthshire, will reduce by approximately 150 staff and Welham Green, in Hertfordshire, by 70.
Tesco said staff would be offered alternative roles at other Tesco sites, including two new distribution centres at Reading and Dagenham where approximately 2,000 jobs will be created.
Unemployment has fallen in Yorkshire and the Humber in the three months to December. Two hundred and forty five thousand people in the region are now out of work - a thousand fewer than the previous quarter.