Salary: (L) £66,471
Closing Date: 5pm on Monday 31 August 2020
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe, is seeking to recruit a Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer who will play a key role in supporting him to deliver his Police and Crime Plan and carry out duties in accordance with the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011.
You will assist the Commissioner in holding the Chief Constable to account, to foster collaboration and partnership activity with statutory and voluntary bodies across the county, regionally and nationally and dynamically lead and manage an effective and efficient office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. You will be a visible and influential leader in Warwickshire working with a range of partners to commission services in support of the Police and Crime Plan.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate significant experience in governance and leadership roles, preferably within the public sector and have a successful track record of managing change and driving innovation, together with the ability to think independently and strategically and possess excellent communication skills.
As Monitoring Officer, it will be your role to ensure legality, effective governance and the highest ethical standards are maintained.
If you have the qualities and experience we are seeking, along with the drive and ambition to aspire to this challenging role in an ever changing environment, please see the recruitment pack and details of how to apply below:
Warwickshire Police and Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates.
Additional information and how to apply:
Please download and read the information pack before completing your application form.
Information Pack (PDF)
Application Form (Word doc)
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (Word Doc)
Completed applications should be emailed to: Evolveemail@example.com by no later 5pm on Monday 31 August 2020.
Should you require application forms in an alternative format/language or any adjustments to be made throughout the application process or upon appointment, please contact the OPCC office on 01926 733523 and we will make every effort to meet your specific requirements.