Applications for new Humberside Police Chief Constable to close next week
Applications to become the next Chief Constable of Humberside Police will close next week.
Police and crime commissioner Matthew Grove launched an advertisement for the £139,119-a-year role earlier this month.
The successful candidate will replace the outgoing Tim Hollis, who will retire in March after eight years in charge.
Mr Grove said: "One of my first steps as commissioner is to appoint a new chief constable who shares my ambition, values and commitment.
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"I want someone who will work tirelessly in partnership with me to reduce crime and make our area safer.
"I want to attract the best. Someone who will lead the force through a period of real change, where new ideas will be welcome and innovative creative solutions are developed together with local people and our partners."
Applications close at noon on January 2.
Shortlisted candidates will be notified on January 14, with interviews due to take place on January 22 and 23.
Mr Grove's chosen candidate will go before the police and crime panel for a confirmation hearing in February.