Police officer- Promotion & Level Transfer Opportunities
Kent Police opportunities for Inspector/Detective Inspector
Starting Salary: National Inspector Payscale plus £2,000 South East allowance (or other housing rent allowance).
A number of exciting positions have arisen within the most forward thinking police force in the country.
Kent Police was the first force to receive an Outstanding rating for Legitimacy in the PEEL assessments and the only force to retain it for a second year. We continue to push the boundaries for innovation and transformation with both technology and creative policing models providing a unique platform for anyone wishing to take their career to new heights.
If this sounds tempting, we are now looking for suitably qualified Sergeants/Detective Sergeants who are eligible for promotion and Inspectors/Detective Inspectors on a level transfer to join its leadership teams.
We are seeking dynamic, innovative and operationally credible leaders who are committed to enhancing service delivery. The successful candidates will be truly committed and passionate about leading people and developing key partnerships to provide an exceptional policing service to the people of Kent.
Successful candidates will provide substantial evidence of leading the provision of a high-quality service to the public, demonstrating potential at Inspector level. In addition candidates will be required to demonstrate evidence at level 2 of the national Competency and Values Framework (CVF):
• We are innovative and open-minded
• We are emotionally aware
• We take ownership
• We are collaborative
• We deliver, support and inspire
• We analyse critically
How to apply
If you wish to register your interest in these positions please email our Human Resources team [email protected] by Sunday 22 October 2017. If you would like to discuss these opportunities, please call our HR People development team on 01622 652061
We will send you an information pack that fully outlines our selection process which is in four stages:
- Chief Constable’s briefing event: Led by Chief Constable Alan Pughsley it will outline his vision and priorities as well as provide further guidance on the selection process. It will take place on the 24 October between 08:30-10:00 at Kent Police Headquarters, Maidstone.
- Crime investigation, complaints management and Case File assessment: 1 November 2017 - this exercise tests the effective management and oversight of crime investigation, case files and complaints.
- Application form and paper-sift process: from 9th November 2017
- Interview board process: December 2017/January 2018
Please note: at Stage 3, applicants who have been unsuccessful for promotion in their own force within the previous 12 months will need to provide Kent Police with the specific feedback and development plan that demonstrates they have addressed the development areas. In addition, applicants must be supported to apply for these roles by their current management team.
Successful applicants will receive postings based on specific skills, vacancy and operational requirements. Candidates should be aware that we will post successful candidates into the most appropriate role/location based on organisational need even where candidates have stated a specific preference.