Could you offer an independent voice and help scrutinise how policing finances, risk management and corporate governance operate in Surrey?
The Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable of Surrey Police are recruiting for a Chair and up to three Members to join the Joint Audit Committee who meet on a quarterly basis to review the financial affairs of both organisations.
Successful applicants will receive training and an annual allowance of £2,500 per annum (Chair) or £1,800 per annum (Member) and will need to be able to demonstrate:
- Experience of scrutinising financial information and processes
- Knowledge of best practice in audit and corporate governance
- An understanding of the context and operating environment of Surrey Police
- A background in information technology would be desirable
To Apply, please download and read the application pack, and return your completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 6 November 2020
For more details, please contact us on 01483 630200 or by email using the above address.
Appointment of Independent Members for Police Miscondcut Hearings for South East region force areas
The Offices of the Police and Crime Commissioners for Surrey and Sussex are seeking independent people to sit as independent members on police gross-misconduct hearings. Although you will be appointed by the Surrey or Sussex Offices, there is an expectation that you would be asked to attend hearings in the other South East force areas from time to time.
Suitable candidates should be:
- Good communicators
- Able to analyse and absorb complex information
- Committed to the principles of accountability, probity, confidentiality and equality of opportunity
- Objective and impartial
- Ideally experienced in tribunals, disciplinary procedures or other personnel processes.
You must live or work in the South East region (Hampshire, Kent, Thames Valley, Surrey or Sussex), although in this instance preference will be given to those living or working in Surrey or Sussex, and be over 18 years old. Time commitment will vary, but an average of eight to ten days per year to attend hearings is anticipated. The appointments will be for a term of four years and an allowance and expenses will be paid.
The Offices of the Police and Crime Commissioners for Surrey and Sussex value difference and recognise that diverse teams produce better results. We welcome applications from all eligible persons irrespective of age, gender, ethnic origin, religious belief, disability, or sexual orientation. To find out more about our offices see our websites www.surrey-pcc.gov.uk and www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk.
The closing date for applications is Friday 6 November 2020 and interviews will be held virtually the week commencing 23 November 2020.