Could you play a role in the future of policing?
Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner and Cleveland Police are looking for five exceptional individuals to put the world of policing – and how we manage risk and apply public funds - under the microscope.
If you have a keen eye for financial detail – but more widely than that, if you’d enjoy the challenge of scrutinising everything we do, from neighbourhood policing to major crime, victims’ services to police ethics – please consider a role on our Joint Independent Audit Committee.
The committee looks at all aspects of policing and advises the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable of Cleveland Police about governance and risk.
What will the role involve?
Overseeing and scrutinising frameworks and performance
Advising the police and the PCC on risk and good governance
Enhancing public confidence and trust in Cleveland Police
Receive an allowance for your time and expertise
How to apply
Please find documents below to assist you in your application for the Joint Audit Committee:
Role Profile - Joint Audit Committee Chair
Role Profile - Joint Audit Committee Member
Joint Audit Committee Terms of Reference
Prospective candidates are invited to attend the next meeting of the Joint Audit Committee on Thursday 21st September at 10:30am at Ladgate Lane.
To apply please send a CV, with accompanying covering letter explaining:
- Which parts of the role you are interested in and why
- What skills and experience you have to fulfil the requirements of the role
- What you would add to this Committee if successful
To firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59pm on Sunday 1st October.
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