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Central People Performance Improvement Team Manager

Employer
Metropolitan Police
Location
London
Salary
£76,843
Closing date
23 Apr 2024

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Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Type
Employee Relations

Job Details

Central People Performance Improvement Team Manager

The starting salary is £76,843, which includes allowances totalling £2,841.

The salary is broken down as £74,002 basic salary, which will increase annually until you reach the top of the scale £85,474.  Plus, a location allowance of £1,841 and a non-pensionable allowance of £1,000.

Location: Kilburn Police Station, NW6, with blended approach to agile working across MPS estate

More trust. Less crime. High standards – that’s our two-year mission plan. To turn it into reality, we’ve created the People Performance Improvement Team (PPIT). In this newly formed unit, you’ll be a manager, overseeing the delivery of HR services that will make a critical Impact. Join us – and give our team the support to give their best for London.  

Reporting to the Director of People Performance, your main task will be overseeing and managing the delivery of HR services. It’s a chance to play a crucial role in ensuring the effective functioning of the HR People Performance Team (PPIT) and provide support to a workforce of approximately 50,000 individuals. 

Day to day, you’ll lead a team of HR experts and administrators while maintaining strong relationships with internal stakeholders. In particular, you’ll work closely with HR Business Partners to provide an outstanding service that’s in line with the needs of the Metropolitan Police Services (MPS). The key is to draw on your expertise in HR practices and navigate the unique challenges of the MPS. You’ll therefore need significant experience as an HR Practitioner, gained in a policing environment. 

With this background, you’ll be a credible HR professional, with an understanding of HR practices, policies, and compliance requirements of diversity, equality, health and safety and other HR-related legislation. If you’re not CIPD qualified (or equivalent) already, you’ll be working towards accreditation. Either way, you’ll have broad knowledge of HR issues and understand the links to wider areas of the organisation. But what will really make the difference is clear communication. You should be adept at building relationships and gaining the trust of colleagues while working with an array of partners. And finally, you should be quick to learn about basic policies so you can advise Local Resource Planning Managers and Performance Team colleagues. Analytical, consultative and always organised, you’ll be at the core of PPIT and a trusted manager.

Why join us? Besides the rewarding nature of the job itself, a competitive salary and a Civil Service pension, you'll benefit from excellent career and professional development.  

How to apply

Click the apply now button below and start your career at the Met. Applications will be via a detailed CV, Personal Statement, and online application form. Your personal statement should outline why you are interested in the role and how your skills and experience demonstrate your suitability for the role. (NB. Please do not attach 2 copies of your CV).

https://policecareers.tal.net/vx/appcentre-External/brand-3/spa-1/candidate/so/pm/6/pl/1/opp/16846-Central-People-Performance-Improvement-Team-Manager/en-GB 

Completed applications must be submitted by 23:55 on 23rd April 2024.

Company

The Metropolitan Police Service is famed around the world and has a unique place in the history of policing.
 
Our headquarters at New Scotland Yard - and its iconic revolving sign - has provided the backdrop to some of the most high profile and complex law enforcement investigations the world has ever seen.
 
Founded by Sir Robert Peel in 1829, the original establishment of 1,000 officers policed a seven-mile radius from Charing Cross and a population of less than 2 million.
 
Today, The Met employs 32,000 officers together with specialist support staff and more than 2,500 volunteer police officers in the Metropolitan Special Constabulary.
 
As well as policing London’s 620 square miles and 8.9million population, The Met has national responsibility for a variety of specialist policing units and hosts the UK’s Counter Terrorism Policing HQ.
 
The Met is one of the largest employers in London and with a broad range of roles, from neighbourhoods to firearms. We’re recruiting people who want to make a difference, to help people and begin a career in a brilliant organisation, performing an exciting and extremely rewarding role.
 
Today, now more than ever, is the time to join the Met.

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