The successful candidate will take on the task of implementing operational strategy whilst working on broader organisational priorities. In addition to leading operational policing responses, you’ll be a crucial element in shaping our culture so our team performs at its best. With your knowledge and experience, you’ll know how to plan, inspire and connect with both the public and your colleagues. In this role, you’ll have the chance to lead senior policing professionals and deliver major improvement projects and so you’ll be a catalyst for both progress and achievement. As a Commander, your influence will extend to both regional and national policing and you will play a key role in ensuring that the Met remains both effective and financially efficient in this volatile economic climate. Ultimately, it’s about setting a clear direction whilst upholding the values that define our organisation and make it a great place to work.
Applications are invited from Assistant Chief Constables and Chief Superintendents/Superintendents who have completed the Strategic Command Course. Candidates will be required to submit a structured CV which includes a two page supporting statement that evidences how they meet the role requirements. A reference from the candidate’s current or most recent manager will also be required. The structured CV (including reference), supporting statement and diversity monitoring questionnaire should be submitted by midnight on the 10th January 2022.
If you would like the opportunity to learn more about the role by speaking to some of our senior team, please contact Maria.M.Asmar@met.police.uk
If you feel you are suited to the role and would like to apply, please request a copy of the application materials by contacting Maria.M.Asmar@met.police.uk
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. As a Disability Confident Committed Employer the Met have committed to ensuring that disabled people and those with long-term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.