THIS RECRUITMENT IS NOW CLOSED
ASSISTANT CHIEF OFFICER PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT – DIRECTOR EQUIVALENT
POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND (PSNI)
SALARY: £113,618 PLUS ALLOWANCES
The Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking to appoint an Assistant Chief Officer, People and Organisational Development for the PSNI.
Working with the Chief Operating Officer of the PSNI in one of the largest public sector organisations in Northern Ireland, this is a new position with responsibility for leading on the strategic direction, delivery and review of all people management and organisational development activities across the organisation.
The successful candidate will be an experienced senior Director who can think strategically and lead on developing, shaping and implementing strategic plans across people and organisational development functions. You will have a track record of providing leadership, vision and direction to ensure the delivery of high quality, innovative and consistent people related services to shape and continually improve the workplace. You will be able to deal with diverse and sensitive issues whilst working under a high level of scrutiny and pressure. As an excellent communicator you will have the ability to build strong relationships and influence others both internally, with the Board and in wider stakeholder organisations.
Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, this position will play a pivotal role in shaping and leading organisational wide people related initiatives to underpin service delivery.
The successful candidate can avail of a generous removal and relocation package.
For more information about the role and how to apply, please contact Claire McKee or Joanne McAuley of Clarendon Executive on +44 (0) 2890 725750 or email email@example.com
The appointment will be based on the principles of merit, fairness, openness and transparency.
Closing date: Monday 21st February 2022 at 12:00 noon.
The Board and PSNI are committed to being representative of the communities we serve and welcome all applicants interested in a career in policing. Applications are particularly welcome from the Roman Catholic community, women and members of Black and ethnic minority communities, as they are currently under-represented at senior police staff levels in the PSNI.