Careers - Vacancies within the Northern Ireland Policing Board

DIRECTOR, POLICE PENSIONS AND INJURY BENEFITS

SALARY: £52,026 - £55,685K (Grade 7)

Application closing date: 6th June 2022 at 12 noon.

The Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking to appoint a Director of Police Administration. This role will form part of the senior leadership team within NIPB and report directly into the Chief Executive.

The role will be responsible for supporting the NIPB in their role as the Pension Scheme Manager for the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and hold primary responsibility for the processing of PSNI claims for Injuries on Duty. 

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Any questions in relation to the role should be directed to Joanne Kane, Director HeadsTogether Consulting Ltd via recruit@headstogether.com or by phone on 028 9042 4030

A completed application form should be sent to recruit@headstogether.com.

The Northern Ireland Policing Board is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates irrespective of religious belief, gender, disability, age, race, political opinion, marital status, sexual orientation or whether or not they have dependents.

The appointment will be based on the principles of merit, fairness, openness and transparency.

 

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL, PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SALARY: £39,748 - £42,639 (Deputy Principal)

Application closing date: 10th June 2022 at 12 noon.

The Board is currently recruiting for suitably qualified and experienced individuals to the post of People and Organisational Development Manager in the Board. This is an interesting, varied and challenging post, offering, amongst other things, the opportunity to lead on the development of the Board’s People Strategy and support the Board in their scrutiny and oversight of PSNI’s People and OD related work streams.

The successful appointee will play an important part in ensuring a people focus to support and enable delivery of the Board’s corporate objectives in an efficient and effective way.

As a Deputy Principal you will report directly to one of the Board’s Directors but drawing on your experience and expertise, will have significant autonomy to develop and deliver the Board’s People Strategy and other Organisational change initiatives.

To find out more and how to apply click here: Current Job Vacancies | Deputy Principal – People and Organisational Development