Salary: £58,802 to £71,823 plus £2,930 location allowance. You will receive £58,802 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £71,823 will be via incremental progression
Recruitment code: WCN1210
Location: Central London
Closing date: 11:55pm, 9 March 2018
Build a team that’s ready for anything
To protect the UK from terrorism, the Met needs to adapt and evolve. As National Coordinator for Workforce Planning & Change, you’ll help build a team that’s designed especially for the job. It’s a chance to develop the skills we’ll need to strengthen national security. By delivering critical changes, you’ll make sure we’re ready and able to keep our country safe.
Sadly, terrorist attacks can happen at any time, in any place. And the threats we face aren’t just physical – they’re also online and in the shadows. We therefore need to make the most of our resources to combat current and future dangers. You’ll plan a workforce that’s designed to face these challenges.
It’s an opportunity to take on a newly created role and drive the development of Counter Terrorism policing. First, you’ll identify our current skills, those we lack and the best way to acquire them. To build your knowledge, you’ll work closely with police forces nationwide. Once plans are made, you’ll help us embed changes through your advisory team.
An experienced professional, you’ve delivered full workforce plans before. You’re used to dealing with large change agendas and building the relationships this requires. A background in Policing, Security or Government would be an advantage, but we’re open to candidates with backgrounds in other fields. If you’re a senior HR professional, we can help you grow your skills.