Salary £51,000 pro rata (FTE)
Location Worcestershire, Hindlip
Responsible to Police and Crime Commissioner
Time Commitment 24 – 37 hours per week subject to negotiation
Applications close midday on Friday 29th July 2022
The Deputy PCC would be responsible to the Chief Executive in respect of all formal contract and employment matters. However it is acknowledged that by its nature, the Deputy PCC role will be closely aligned with and accountable to the PCC in respect of day-to-day activity.
Applicants should submit a CV together with a covering letter of no more than three pages addressing the person specification by email to: [email protected] by midday on Friday 29th July 2022. Please mark them for the attention of Gareth Boulton.
Candidates’ applications will be acknowledged by email.
If you are interested in a preliminary informal conversation with the PCC and / or the Chief Executive, this can be arranged by contacting the OPCC via the email above or by calling Maria Willmott on 01905 331 656.
Shortlisted applicants will be informed by no later than Tuesday 2nd August and will be invited to attend initial interviews with a stakeholder panel. These are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 10th August 2022 at West Mercia Police headquarters, Hindlip. A second round of interviews will follow for successful candidates on Tuesday 16th 2022, with the PCC.
An interview schedule will be provided. Candidates should expect this to include the need to develop and deliver a presentation. The selection process will be designed to explore the behaviours and core competencies set out in the job profile and person specification in this pack.