Northern Ireland Policing Board seeking candidates for new Chief Operating Officer post
THE Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking to appoint a Chief Operating Officer for the PSNI with a starting salary of £133,000.
According to the advert, the successful candidate for the new position will have "responsibility for driving forward strategic change, business modernisation and bringing a focus to value for money in the use of resources across the PSNI".
Those applying for the position, are asked to have 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".
Doug Garrett, Chair of the Policing Board, said it was looking for "an exceptional and outstanding individual to take on this newly created Service Executive Team (SET) role", which has an advertised salary of between £133,000 and £167,000, plus benefits.
"Reporting directly to the Chief Constable, the Chief Operating Officer is a new senior position for policing with responsibility for driving forward strategic change, business modernisation and bringing focus to value for money in the use of resources across the PSNI," he said.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday, November 30.