An advertisement for the top job at the crisis-hit South Yorkshire force says its new chief will face "a challenging opportunity."
The advert, on the force's Police and Crime Commissioner's website, asks "for an exceptional chief officer to transform the police service for the benefit of our communities."
It also says the candidate will have "the appropriate experience, ambition and vision to lead the South Yorkshire police service in building public trust and confidence.The successful applicant will provide ethical, inspirational and resilient leadership for the police service working with the Police and Crime Commissioner and senior leadership group to keep South Yorkshire safe."
"Applicants must also have a track record of ethically based decision making and substantial evidence of leading with integrity in a demanding executive role, including leading the delivery of fundamental change in organisational culture and service provision."
There will be an open day on 1 June to provide further information on the role and the issues currently facing South Yorkshire Police. This will be held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Dr Billings suspended the current Chief Constable, David Crompton, after the results of the Hillsborough inquests. He was due to retire in November and is not expected to come back to his post.
The force is also under fire for its handling of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal and is facing fresh calls for a public inquiry over the Battle of Orgreave.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire police takes to the streets for his first patrol today. Dave Jones - who used be be senior officer in Norther Ireland - will also outline his aims and ambitions.
Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has spoken to Calendar for the first time since suspending the Chief Constable of the force over potential conduct matters.
Alan Hardwick, who's appointed the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police to investigate the allegations against Neil Rhodes, says he's hoping for a swift resolution -and that he stands by his decision. Kate Hemingway reports.
The Chief Constable and Greater Manchester Police, Sir Peter Fahy, has been appointed as investigating officer to look into a potential conduct matter concerning the Temporary Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police, Neil Rhodes.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has confirmed that the potential conduct matters involving the currently suspended Temporary Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police, Neil Rhodes have been referred back to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire for Local Investigation.
The police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission, has completed a detailed assessment of the referral of a potential conduct matter concerning the force's temporary Chief Constable, Neil Rhodes. He was suspended by the county's new Police and Crime Commissioner last month.
PCC Alan Hardwick said he sent acting Chief Constable Neil Rhodes home after he was "made aware of potential conduct matters" involving the senior officer.
Pete Schofield, Unite the Union.
The temporary Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police has been suspended by the county's new Police and Crime Commissioner.
PCC Alan Hardwick says he sent acting Chief Constable Neil Rhodes home after he was "made aware of potential conduct matters" involving the senior officer.
Mr Rhodes took over as temporary head of Lincolnshire Police when the former Chief Constable Richard Crompton retired in March last year.