|Listed on:||5th August|
|Salary/Rate:||£53,409 - £57,402|
|Contact Name:||Met Police|
Job Title: BSS ICF Data & Reporting Lead
Salary: £53,409 to £57,402 plus £984 location allowance. You will receive £53,409 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £57,402 will be via incremental progression.
Location: Kilburn Police Station
BE AT THE HEART OF A CHANGING SERVICE.
This is an exciting time to be working as Data & Reporting Lead for the Metropolitan Police Service. In addition to large-scale transformation, there's the unique and ever-evolving challenge of policing London. This means that as a Data & Reporting Lead, there are more opportunities for you to get involved with making London the safest global city in a time of unprecedented change within the UK's largest Police Service.
Describe the purpose of the role, the team within which this role sits, and briefly the type of person you may be looking for - this allows the reader to quickly determine if this is a job of interest for them. For example:
The Business Support Services (BSS) Intelligent Client Function (ICF) sits within Corporate Services alongside our key business customers HR, Finance and Commercial Services. The ICF was set up alongside the outsourcing programme to move all of the transactional elements of business support services and the associated technologies from an in house to an outsourced model. The programme to deliver the BSS outsourcing service has now come to a close with the ICF taking on full responsibility for the management of the service.
The core responsibilities of ICF are as follows:
The ICF's Technical Service Management‘s responsibilities (of which this role sits under) comprises of:
This role, a member of the Business Support Services (BSS) Intelligent Client Function, owns and is accountable for the activities and processes under the data and reporting function of the ICF. The role acts as a bridge between the BSS suppliers, the retained support services functions and wider MPS for the data and reporting elements of the BSS Service. The role ensures the best balance of quality, risk and value for money for the MPS, through oversight, challenge, guidance, and as a decision authority to the suppliers.
To apply, please visit our website by clicking the APPLY button to download a role-specific information pack, and complete an online application form with supporting CV.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today's complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London's communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.
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