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Deputy Chief Constable: Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI)

Job Title: Deputy Chief Constable PSNI

Reports to: Chief Constable PSNI

Salary:   £168,582 plus benefits

Location: PSNI Headquarters, Brooklyn, Knock Road, Belfast

Contract Type: 5 year fixed term 

Working hours: 40 hours per week and such as are needed to fulfil the requirements of the post.

The Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking to appoint an inspirational and decisive leader into the post of Deputy Chief Constable for the PSNI.

The successful candidate will already have demonstrated a breadth and depth of operational command experience and will have a proven track record of leading performance, resource management, change and transformation in policing at the most senior levels.

Supporting the Chief Constable, the Policing Board is looking for a strong and resilient leader who will work with colleagues, partners, stakeholders and the community to drive forward the PSNI’s policing with the community and its modernisation agenda.

The Board and PSNI are committed to developing a diverse workforce and to promoting an organisational culture where everyone is treated with dignity, fairness and respect.  The appointment will be on the principles of merit, fairness, openness and transparency.

All information regarding the role and an application form can be found at:

Closing Date/Time: 12 NOON FRIDAY 6 DECEMBER 2019

Interim Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer, Avon and Somerset OPCC

The opportunity has arisen for an Interim Chief Executive Officer within Avon and Somerset’s Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) based in Portishead.

The OPCC, and its elected commissioner, sets the strategy for policing in the area, oversees governance of the police service, commissions victim support services and co-ordinates innovative change projects across criminal justice partner agencies. 

This exciting and varied role will involve:

  • Supporting and advising the Commissioner, and leading the team, in effective delivery of key priorities in the Police & Crime Plan.
  • Leading the OPCC team through PCC election in May 2020
  • Overseeing engagement strategy across the organisation.
  • Facilitating effective and appropriate scrutiny of the police force. 
  • Being the statutory monitoring officer of the elected Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC)