Commissioner advertises part-time Chief Executive post
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire is advertising for a Chief Executive.
Uniquely, within Hertfordshire, the Chief Executive position has been successfully trialled within an innovative operating model in which some executive functions are delegated to senior members of the Commissioner’s team.  The post is being advertised as a part-time role at the equivalent of 0.4 of a fulltime post.
Commissioner David Lloyd says: “Our trial has shown that it makes good business sense to have a part-time Chief Executive post which can fulfil the statutory and management requirements of a Chief Executive at a much reduced cost. The Chief Executive role will focus on strategic partnerships which provide an efficient solution to facilitate improved and co-ordinated service delivery in policing, crime and the community safety environment across Hertfordshire.”
This is a challenging role that will aim to build on the Commissioner’s achievements to date.  These include reducing crime and anti-social behaviour, protecting local policing and keeping the police element of the council tax at the same 2010 level. The future will include recruiting more police officers to help protect the most vulnerable people in our county, commissioning new and improved services for victims in Hertfordshire as well as scrutinising and making more transparent the Constabulary’s performance.
Full details of the post can be found by clicking here
This is a politically restricted post subject to police vetting. As a statutory senior appointment to the office, the successful candidate will be required to attend a public confirmation hearing to enable the Police and Crime Panel to review the proposed appointment.