Are you Thunder Bay’s Next Chief of Police?

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Thunder Bay
Are you Thunder Bay's next police chief?
City Hall in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police Chief Robert Herman will start his retirement on July 7th. Thunder Bay is looking for a new Chief of Police.

The job listing for the position states;

“Situated on the shores of Lake Superior, the City of Thunder Bay is the hub community for Northwestern Ontario serving many people from the far north and its surrounding region. The Thunder Bay Police Service has made a commitment to work in partnership with the diverse and distinct community of Thunder Bay and surrounding communities to identify positive solutions for a community in transition and improve quality of life. To serve this unique community, the Thunder Bay Police Service is seeking to appoint a Chief of Police whose leadership will inspire the trust and confidence of the Service and the community.

“As an experienced law enforcement executive, you have the leadership skills to energize, motivate and guide an organization of over 300 members. Working effectively with the Police Services Board, staff, the Association and the community, you will continue to enhance the credibility and image of the Service and build partnerships to provide effective, coordinated solutions to issues of concern. You will be committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism within the Service through ongoing training and development at all levels of the organization. As the successful candidate you will bring to the position a respected record of hands-on police service at the senior level combined with an understanding of modern management techniques and a commitment to community policing.

“Excellent judgment combined with strategic decision making and an acceptance of new ideas will be key attributes to successfully managing complex issues and relationships, both internally and externally. As an articulate spokesperson for the Service, you will invite dialogue and achieve consensus for difficult and long-range decisions. Above all, you will be an enthusiastic and persuasive leader that inspires excellence and accountability as the Service moves forward.

“To explore this opportunity further, please contact Tanya Todorovic or Amanda Bugatto in our Toronto office at 416-366-1990, or by e-mail at amanda.bugatto@odgersberndtson.ca. To be considered for this position, submit your resume and related information online here.

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