North Wales Police are recruiting a Deputy Chief Constable to support the Chief Constable to lead the Force.
The successful candidate will assist in creating a vision, direction and culture for the Force that builds public and organisational confidence and trust and enables the delivery of an effective policing service.
The Deputy Chief Constable holds direct operational accountability for the policing response to crime and major and critical incidents and its effective command and leadership.
The Deputy Chief Constable is responsible for the implementation and delivery of the Force’s Delivery Plan and the day to day running of the Force in line with the agreed direction and vision, to provide a professional, effective and efficient policing service.
The Deputy Chief Constable contributes to the development of regional and national policing within a specific area of expertise and may be accountable for national operations or standard setting.
North Wales Police is committed to being a bilingual organisation. You will therefore be expected to demonstrate a positive approach towards the Welsh Language. In accordance with the North Wales Police Welsh Language Skills Policy prior to an offer of appointment being made, if you do not already speak Welsh you will be required to achieve Level 2 in spoken Welsh. In essence this means that you can understand and pronounce Welsh place names and peoples’ names as well as an ability to understand and use simple everyday spoken Welsh phrases. You will also be required to demonstrate Level 3 spoken skills within 12 months of commencing in the role, for which you will be fully supported.
As a Disability Confident employer, North Wales Police welcomes applications from disabled candidates and all other minority groups. More information is available on the Force website.
To apply, visit the recruitment page and download the information pack and application form (available in English and Cymraeg).
Closing date for applications is 7th January 2019.