NEWLY-elected Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cleveland Steve Turner is recruiting some-one to head up his team.
Steve is looking for a new Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer, who will be in charge of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC.)
He/she will effectively be the PCC’s chief of staff. They will be responsible for making sure staff fulfil their duties and the PCC meets statutory obligations. He/she will also make sure the office is run effectively and within legal guidelines.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
- Supporting and advising the PCC on the development and delivery of Cleveland’s Police and Crime Plan
- Leading the OPCC
- Making sure the PCC has full executive and professional support to carry out his duties
Proven Leadership Abilities
Steve Turner said: “This will be a high profile appointment and will suit anyone with proven leadership ability.
“We are looking for an exceptional individual, who has business acumen and a thorough understanding of the regions strengths and challenges.
“The successful candidate will be working in a fast-paced environment with a range of staff, who are experts in their individual areas.
“It is important that he/she has the highest standards of probity. He/she should be able to build effective relationships across the board to make sure the office runs smoothly.”
Applications for the post close on 30 August 2021. Interviews take place during week commencing 15 September 2021.
The vacancy arose when the former Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer left to take up a full-time post with the Office of North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
Currently Lisa Oldroyd is the Acting Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer. She has held the role since May 2021.
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