Skip to main content

This job has expired

Director of Transformation

Independent Office for Police Conduct
Birmingham, Canary Wharf, Cardiff, Croydon, Sale, or Wakefield
£93,000 (plus London Weighting Allowance of £4731, if based in Canary Wharf, or Croydon)
Closing date
17 Jun 2024

The IOPC is the independent police complaints watchdog for England and Wales. We investigate the most serious complaints and conduct matters involving the police, and we set standards by which the police should handle complaints.


We are going through a period of change and transformation and an exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Director of Transformation, for a fixed term period of 2 years, to lead our transformation programme.


The role

  • You’ll lead on delivering our ambitious transformation programme to improve the complaints system to improve trust and confidence in policing.
  • You’ll provide strategic leadership to ensure that our new operating delivery model is embedded across the organisation so that we meet our statutory duties and deliver our ambitious strategic objectives.
  • You’ll be responsible for engaging with key stakeholders and staff so that the transformation, and reasons for it, are clearly understood.
  • You’ll be a member of our management board and will provide strategic direction and advice on transformation.
  • And so much more.



About you

You’ll be an experienced and confident transformation professional who has a strong track record of delivering change and transformation at pace and ensuring that our new ways of working are embedded. You’ll be proficient with change and transformation methodologies and how to translate these into simplified practices.  You will also have:


  • Experience of working at a senior level in a complex environment, managing multiple transformation projects with a range of stakeholders.
  • Experience of leading and delivering large scale transformational change and the ability to convey a compelling and engaging vision of change for staff.
  • Experience of translating strategy into delivery through plans, programmes, people, and culture.
  • Proven track record of strategically aligning financial resources with people resources, ICT, and other assets to achieve desired strategic outcomes.


You’ll be able to find full details of the role requirements in the job role profile via the IOPC website.



To apply, you’ll need to visit the IOPC recruitment portal and submit a supporting statement outlining why you are suitable for this role (no more than two pages) and an up-to-date CV (no more than three pages).


Additional information:

The IOPC has a hybrid working arrangement which means staff work in a range of locations including from home.  Given the nature of this role the postholder is expected to spend 2 – 3 days per week office based, which includes attending external meetings and or events.


The post holder will need to travel to all IOPC locations on a regular basis.


Closing date and interviews:

The closing date for applications is 11:55pm on Monday 17 June, and interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing 1 July and 8 July.

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert