North Wales Police are looking for exceptional leaders, with passion, energy and drive, to work with our Chief Constable to make the force exceptional.
You will have a clear people focus ethos with a history of delivering innovation and problem solving at a strategic level; coupled with a willingness to challenge and to try new things, both internally and externally of the organisation.
Superintendents lead a large and/or complex area of command within forces and across collaborations, strategic alliances and partnerships, carrying responsibility for all activities in their area. They may also carry responsibility for strategic or policy lead for one or more areas of policing across the force or organisation.
Superintendents also play a critical lead role in operational policing for major or critical events or incidents; planning and directing the activities in line with the legal framework and wider policing policies/objectives to uphold the law and ensure public safety and strengthen public confidence. This role carries specific legal powers to enable the maintenance of law and order.
Superintendents contribute to the development of culture, climate and working processes in their area to ensure adherence to standards, and the promotion of accountability and continuous improvement.
We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled people and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are underrepresented at a senior level within North Wales Police.
A familiarisation day is being held on the 28th January 2019.
To apply, visit the recruitment page and download the information pack and application form (available in English and Cymraeg).
Management Vetting & Security Clearance is required.
Closing date: 3rd February 2019
Interviews will be held 25th & 26th February, 4 March 2019
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. All the support material required to satisfy this requirement is available on the Force Website. You will also be required to demonstrate Level 3 spoken skills within 12 months of commencing in the role.