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West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable

Independent Member of the Joint Audit Committee

(£357 per day and £178.50 per half day)

Joint Audit Committee

The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner and West Midlands Chief Constable are seeking to appoint a number of replacement Joint Audit Committee Independent Members to work collaboratively as part of their Joint Audit Committee:

To be considered for any of these roles applicants will be required to have the following backgrounds:

  • Financial skills with a background in financial or audit management in either the public or private sector and possess an accountancy qualification,
  • Experience of working in policing and custody or,
  • Recent audit committee experience.

The Joint Audit Committee is key to the Commissioner’s and Chief Constable’s delivery of effective governance, assurance, risk management and statutory financial duties.   All committee Members will be expected to contribute to the effective work of the Joint Audit Committee, providing advice and support to the Commissioner and the Chief Constable in their decision making.  

Persons appointed to the Joint Audit Committee are not employees. They will be engaged on a contract for services and appointment will be for an initial period of one year. 

The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner understands that to effectively serve an area with such a rich cultural tapestry like the West Midlands, it is vital it is driven by people who reflect the diverse cultures and backgrounds that form its communities.  To achieve this, we are seeking applications from people of all backgrounds and experiences to represent the West Midlands.

Successful applicants will need to be police vetted to NPPV Level 1 due to the confidential nature of information and/or data being considered from time to time.

Interested individuals are encouraged to submit a CV and a one page covering letter to [email protected].

For an informal discussion about the role please call Lynn Joyce by emailing [email protected].  

Further information can be found on the PCC’s website: Job Vacancies – West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner (

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Thursday 30th May 2024

Interviews will be held in person on Friday 7th June 2024

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