Chief Superintendent vacancies

Published 09 February 2018

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Chief Superintendents

Force and location: Police Scotland, Various

Police Scotland is looking for outstanding leaders to join its team to help deliver the strategy, Policing 2026: Serving a Changing Scotland.

As a Chief Superintendent, you will need passion and commitment, and a desire to push the boundaries of your potential and drive performance in your area. You will be a strong leader who is passionate about inspiring others to get the best out of your team; able to think strategically but with the practical skills to make a difference, based on a strong foundation of operational experience. Building relationships with the wider community and partners will be second nature. At the heart of everything you do will be our values of integrity, fairness and respect.

As the second largest police service in the UK, Police Scotland has a wide and diverse range of opportunities for exceptional people across the force area.

Applications are invited from experienced Superintendents on promotion or substantive Chief Superintendents. Further information regarding criteria is provided in the application pack below.

Police Scotland has a strong commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion both for our people and the services that we provide to the communities of Scotland. We welcome applications from suitably qualified officers irrespective of age, disability, ethnic origin, gender, transgender status, marital or civil partnership status, religion or belief and  sexual orientation.

We have a range of opportunities across Territorial and Operational Support Divisions, Corporate Services, Crime Operations and Intelligence, as well as Business Transformation.

To request an application pack please forward an e-mail to:- LTDLTPolicePromotionProcess@scotland.pnn.police.uk

Contact telephone: Nikki Donald, Leadership and Talent on 01259 732390

Closing date: 4.30pm on 7th March 2018


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