Merseyside Police is a modern force with traditional values and serves a population of 1.5 million people. Our Force covers a geographical area of 647 square kilometres and currently employs over 6,000 people in a variety of roles. We are committed to putting our communities first, preventing crime, protecting people and pursuing offenders. We are seeking an Associate Director of Corporate Assets to lead and deliver the Force Estates and Facilities Management Strategy.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to serve as an integral member of the Director of Resources Senior Leadership Team contributing to the overall strategic direction of Merseyside Police. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing direction, development, and execution of a range of programmes looking at the modernisation/rationalisation of the estate portfolio across the region. This role will also be responsible for Vehicle Fleet and Transport functions ensuring a pipeline that meets current and future operational needs.
We are searching for an exceptional individual who has the motivation to support the force in providing a policing service that puts our communities at the heart of everything we do. The candidate must have and share our commitment to build a diverse and inclusive force that is representative of our communities, whilst ensuring that our officers and staff have the best possible support and engagement.
- Ensure effective relationships across the Corporate Assets portfolio working in partnership with key stakeholders to lead and co-ordinate the delivery of the Force Estates & Facilities Management Strategy.
- Lead on the management and direction of all corporate assets on behalf of the Director of Resources ensuring the delivery of key strategic objectives.
- Position the Force to deal effectively with current and future requirements ensuring that force operational needs are understood and plans in place to deliver
- Lead and direct the continuous review of the Corporate Assets department maximising the effective use of data and business information to drive performance and promote a climate of continuous improvement.
To apply for this role, please request a candidate pack. For more information please contact Su Smith, Head of People Partners via email on Susan.Smith@merseyside.police.uk.