Assistant Chief Constable
Salary £103,023 - £116,313 per annum
I am looking for an Assistant Chief Constable to further enhance West Yorkshire Police's reputation as a progressive organisation deeply committed to the communities we serve and the wellbeing of our staff. West Yorkshire Police enjoys a position in the vanguard of areas such as digital policing, training and development and collaborative working. You will work as part of the Chief Officer Team to deliver on the Police and Crime Commissioner's Plan to ensure our communities are safer and feel safer.
Current challenges have led us to embark on ambitious cultural changes, to create an organisation, reflective of the rich and vibrant communities of West Yorkshire, with the public always at the centre of what we do. You will play a key role in this continuing cultural development, helping West Yorkshire Police further enhance our stature and reputation locally, regionally and nationally.
I am looking for an Assistant Chief Constable or a Chief Superintendent who has successfully completed their Strategic Command Course; with an engaging leadership style possessing the passion and drive to meet fast paced, highly complex and stimulating policing challenges. Someone who can shape the future of policing in West Yorkshire and ensure we continue to deliver an excellent service to the communities we serve. I am most likely looking to select an ACC for the Specialist Crime portfolio.
John Robins QPM, Chief Constable
To register your interest, email as soon as possible: [email protected]
For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy, please contact the Deputy Chief Constable on: 01924 292240
Familiarisation events will be held on the 23rd and 24th April 2020.
Closing date: Midnight 10th April 2020
West Yorkshire Police is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. All appointments will be made on merit.