Post: Chief Operating Officer, Police Service of Northern Ireland
Salary Range: £133k – £167k
The Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking to appoint a Chief Operating Officer for the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI).
Working with the Chief Constable and Deputy Chief Constable in one of the largest public sector organisations in Northern Ireland, the Chief Operating Officer is a new position with responsibility for driving forward strategic change, business modernisation and bringing a focus to value for money in the use of resources across the PSNI.
Experience at a senior management level, managing a multi-million pound budget and providing effective and visible leadership in a large and complex service delivery organisation through a period of transformational change and reform are essential for this role. Bringing a strong business acumen, the successful candidate will have a track record of building strong partnerships with a range of stakeholders; inspiring and influencing teams to achieve outcomes which improve performance; and be able to deal with diverse and sensitive issues whilst working under high levels of scrutiny and pressure.
Reporting directly to the Chief Constable and accountable to the Board, this position carries an extensive portfolio of responsibilities including the leadership and direction of the main corporate functions of the PSNI.
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For further information and all application details please contact Claire McKee at Clarendon Executive during office hours on 028 9072 5750 or email:
Closing date: Monday 30 NOVEMBER 2020 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. The appointment will be based on the principles of merit, fairness, openness and transparency.