Deputy Chief Constable
 

Salary: £139,089

5 year fixed term appointment
Based at Police Headquarters, Middle Engine Lane, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear


Chief Constable Winton Keenen is looking to appoint a new Deputy Chief Constable.  Applications are invited from suitably qualified, substantive Assistant Chief Constables (ACC) ready for this rewarding but demanding position.

 

In this high profile and challenging role you will support the Chief Constable in leading Northumbria Police, embedding our vision and values to build public and organisational confidence to deliver an effective policing service. 

 

As Deputy Chief Constable you will be responsible for delivering a leadership culture that strives for sustained improvement within a supportive environment. 

 

You will be an experienced chief officer who has the enthusiasm, commitment and drive to shape the future direction of Northumbria Police.  You must be someone that can lead by example, taking ownership for performance and behaviours within the organisation.  Your ability to engage and inspire the workforce will be key to the delivery of a culture that promotes and enables wellbeing. 

 

You will be progressive and enable innovation to bring new ideas and thinking to Northumbria Police.  You will enhance service delivery through supporting effective and transparent leadership to ensure that protecting the vulnerable is at the centre of service delivery.

 

With a powerful blend of urban and rural settings, Northumbria is an outstanding place to live and work.  Its communities are as demanding as they are rewarding and they deserve the absolute best.  You will be committed to serving the communities of Northumbria Police with a passion to inspire a large, multi-disciplinary workforce. 

 

Application:

Familiarisation sessions:  Candidates have the opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the force and meet the team from Northumbria. This will be arranged on request, details below.

Stakeholder event: Date TB

Interviews: Date TBC

 
If you have any questions regarding the selection process you may wish to speak with Joscelin Lawson, Director of People & Development at Northumbria Police.  You can reach Joscelin on 07771980060 or by emailing
joscelin.lawson.9422@northumbria.pnn.police.uk


If you would like to attend a familiarisation day with us we can arrange this at a time convenient to you.  Please contact Larna Fraser in the HR Resourcing Team.  You can reach Larna on 0191 4374090 or via email at
larna.fraser.9410@northumbria.pnn.police.uk


Northumbria Police is an equal opportunity employer and would welcome applications from as wide and diverse backgrounds as possible. For a candidate information booklet and details of the application process, please visit our careers website at
careers.northumbria.police.uk. 

 

Vacancy Type
Police Officer
Rank/Grade
Deputy Chief Constable
Area Command/Department
Command
Location
North Tyneside
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time
 
Salary: £139,089

5 year fixed term appointment
Based at Police Headquarters, Middle Engine Lane, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear


Chief Constable Winton Keenen is looking to appoint a new Deputy Chief Constable.  Applications are invited from suitably qualified, substantive Assistant Chief Constables (ACC) ready for this rewarding but demanding position.

 

In this high profile and challenging role you will support the Chief Constable in leading Northumbria Police, embedding our vision and values to build public and organisational confidence to deliver an effective policing service. 

 

As Deputy Chief Constable you will be responsible for delivering a leadership culture that strives for sustained improvement within a supportive environment. 

 

You will be an experienced chief officer who has the enthusiasm, commitment and drive to shape the future direction of Northumbria Police.  You must be someone that can lead by example, taking ownership for performance and behaviours within the organisation.  Your ability to engage and inspire the workforce will be key to the delivery of a culture that promotes and enables wellbeing. 

 

You will be progressive and enable innovation to bring new ideas and thinking to Northumbria Police.  You will enhance service delivery through supporting effective and transparent leadership to ensure that protecting the vulnerable is at the centre of service delivery.

 

With a powerful blend of urban and rural settings, Northumbria is an outstanding place to live and work.  Its communities are as demanding as they are rewarding and they deserve the absolute best.  You will be committed to serving the communities of Northumbria Police with a passion to inspire a large, multi-disciplinary workforce. 

 

Application:

Familiarisation sessions:  Candidates have the opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the force and meet the team from Northumbria. This will be arranged on request, details below.

Stakeholder event: Date TB

Interviews: Date TBC

 
If you have any questions regarding the selection process you may wish to speak with Joscelin Lawson, Director of People & Development at Northumbria Police.  You can reach Joscelin on 07771980060 or by emailing
joscelin.lawson.9422@northumbria.pnn.police.uk


If you would like to attend a familiarisation day with us we can arrange this at a time convenient to you.  Please contact Larna Fraser in the HR Resourcing Team.  You can reach Larna on 0191 4374090 or via email at
larna.fraser.9410@northumbria.pnn.police.uk


Northumbria Police is an equal opportunity employer and would welcome applications from as wide and diverse backgrounds as possible. For a candidate information booklet and details of the application process, please visit our careers website at
careers.northumbria.police.uk.