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Permanent | £142,689 plus allowances
The Police & Crime Commissioner for Suffolk is seeking to appoint a new Chief Constable and applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced senior police officers for this demanding position.
Suffolk continues to be one of the safest places in which to live, work, travel and invest – and is served by a Constabulary dedicated to doing the best for the public. The person sought by the Police and Crime Commissioner will need to embrace his vision to build on this strong base and further improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Suffolk Constabulary.
The successful candidate will need to:
The appointment will be offered for a fixed term of five years. The salary is £142,689 (ie spot rate) plus the allowances applicable to this level of seniority, including removal/relocation expenses. The appointment will be subject to vetting and medical clearances and to the provisions of the relevant Police Acts, Regulations and Determinations.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is proud to be committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications for this post from all sections of the community.
Closing date for applications 10 December 2018
Date for shortlisting 19 December 2018
Familiarisation Day 2 January 2019
Date for final interviews 7 + 8 January 2019
[The appointment is also subject to a Confirmation Hearing by the Police & Crime Panel.]
Further information and application packs may be downloaded from the PCC’s website www.suffolk-pcc.gov.uk and can also be obtained by contacting Anna Parkinson on 01473 782771, e-mail email@example.com
Four Solutions Architects and one Security Architect required for up to 15 month secondment opportunities. (Based within your Region with occasional travel to London and other forces as required)
The overall purpose of the role is to assist forces and agencies to implement the NEP Blueprint Designs
Secondment terms and conditions to be negotiated.
The Police ICT Company and National Enabling Programme are committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications for these roles from all sections of the community.
Closing date for applications 30 November 2018
Interviews Week commencing 10 December 2018
Further information and an Expression of Interest application form may be downloaded from The Police ICT Company’s Knowledge Hub. If you are not already registered on the Knowledge Hub, please make sure that you use your pnn email address to register https://knowledgehub.group. Once registered, you should find details of the adverts by clicking on the Job Board tab on the Homepage. If you are unable to register or cannot access the Knowledge Hub, pleased email Heidi Koyun, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Owen White, Chief of Staff, NPCC Enabling Programmes & National Police Technology Council, for further details relating to these roles. Email: email@example.com Mobile: 07525227346
Please send your completed Expression of Interest application form to Heidi Koyun, HR Manager, The Police ICT Company. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07342089377
Fixed Term Agreement for an initial term of four years on an annual salary of £149,142
Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner, David Keane: "As Chief Constable, you will have the opportunity to work with what I believe is the best police workforce in the country. You will be a high performing Chief Officer and will need to share my values of integrity and transparency in delivering policing and community safety.
I am looking for a Chief Constable who can ensure the successful delivery of my Police and Crime Plan, and in particular has:
The closing date is 12 December 2018, shortlisting will be completed by 21 December 2018, and the selection process will take place on 17 & 18 January 2019.
Applicants will be required to meet the minimum eligibility criteria as outlined within the College of Policing Guidance for appointing Chief Officers. The appointment will be subject to a Confirmation Hearing of the Police and Crime Panel.
The Cheshire PCC is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications for this post from all sections of the community.
Contacts and Conduct Policy Officer
£36,936 – £40,926.00 depending on experience
For any elected leader the most important role is between them and local people. Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens is entrusted to deal with people’s lives and their personal circumstances and the Contacts and Conduct Policy Officer is at the frontline of this hugely rewarding work. We’re looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to deliver help and support to individuals and communities, dealing with all public contacts and providing a proactive and responsive service to complaints and to help bring improvements in policing. Casework is one of the most important roles Sue Mountstevens can play for local people and you can go home knowing you’ve made a real difference.
The role offers an opportunity to be involved in public service and improve outcomes for local communities. We’re looking for someone with a background in customer service, complaints, quality of service and policy work, who is able to work in a high profile and fast paced environment.
Closing date is 9th January 2019.
Selection Day will be held on 23 January 2019.
For further information about the role and application pack documents, please visit https://www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/Take-Part/Contacts-and-Conduct-Policy-Officer.aspx or contact the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner on 01278 646549.