Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police
Deputy Assistant Commissioner
Salary: £149,142 + London Weighting + Allowances
Vast, vibrant and extremely diverse, London poses complex policing challenges. The Met is an iconic institution and our people meet those challenges daily. To ensure we can continue to do so we need outstanding leaders.
As Deputy Assistant Commissioner, you’ll have one of the most challenging but most rewarding jobs in policing.
You’ll influence within the Met, across London, and wider policing policy and practice. As the Met transforms to keep pace with a fast-changing city,
you’ll help inspire the 40,000 officers, staff and volunteers within the Met to deliver effectively for London, building on our proud traditions.
In collaboration with other Deputy Assistant Commissioners, you will assist Management Board in leading the service, ensuring culture and performance are in line with the Met’s vision and direction, in order to provide a professional and effective policing service. If you have an outstanding track record of operational delivery and the passion, determination and commitment to help lead the Met into the future, this role offers you an exciting career opportunity. Join us, and you’ll be instrumental in protecting a population of over eight million and keeping a global city safe, both now and in the future.
Applications are welcome from Assistant Chief Constables, Deputy Chief Constables and Commanders.
Candidates will be required to submit a CV along with a two page supporting statement to Jo.firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
Further information about the role and the application process can be found on the Met Careers website. If you feel you are suited to the role and would like to learn more by speaking to some of our senior team place contact Jo.email@example.com.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.