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Topic # 226150 23-Dec-2017 07:32
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Is your camera running?


Well it can't out run our installers!

Electrician/Digital Video Installer.

"NZ Police are seeking applications from motivated and qualified individuals to fill the position of Electrician/Digital Video Installer."

"Physical requirements

Successful completion of medical examination and eye test (including colour recognition)

Complete a PAT test:

* run 2.4 km in required time (age related)

* vertical jump - 48 cm for males, 40 cm for females

* press-ups – 34 for males, 20 for females

* grip strength test 96 kg for males, 52 kg for females

Complete a PCT test – timed run through obstacle course completing 12 tasks – 200 m run, pushing a trailer, walking along raised beam, crawling under hurdles, climbing through a window, pulling weights, climbing a wall."

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  Reply # 1923890 23-Dec-2017 07:38
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Guess that means they probably won't get a fatty who's less likely to die from a heart attack.

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  Reply # 1923892 23-Dec-2017 07:52
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wow they still have sexist gender norming in this age? The mens should be down at the same level as the womens, as its clearly the job can be done at that level of fitness.

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  Reply # 1923896 23-Dec-2017 08:12
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More to the point, they want someone with sparkey skills to install CCTV and whom can essentially move about like a ninja...


The names "Wiremu, Wiremu Heke"....



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  Reply # 1923897 23-Dec-2017 08:14
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This isn't the kind of job you think it is:

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  Reply # 1923902 23-Dec-2017 08:29
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You would also be a fully sworn officer, So would be required to do constable duties. $76,897 - $91,000. Not to shabby starting rate imo.

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