28361 - Project Manager

  • £ 500.00 - £ 550.00 per day
28361 - Project Manager - 12 months - Home Office - £500 - £550 Ltd
   
Client  
   Home Office  
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Must have service delivery background
As one of the Transition delivery leads you will bring your technical experience to support the following outputs. In this position you will: 1. Develop the plan to deliver new engineering capability into Infrastructure and Platforms and Live Services. 2. Complete Project Plans, and programme plans. 3. Manage change and ensure the new teams integrate with existing capability. 4. Produce Project RAID - Risk, Assumptions, Issues and Dependency logs. 5. Produce Project RACI and RASCI. 6. Produce robust project and financial reports and support Programme reporting. ESSENTIAL 1. Knowledge of Project Management principles. 2. Hands-On experience of managing government projects. 3. Knowledge of producing Plans in MSP, Project Resource Management, RAIDs. 4. Experience in building diverse teams of skilled people. 5. Knowledge in authoring Project Management Processes. E.g. Procurement Plans, Procurement Approach and Delivery Plans. 6. Experience in liaising with senior stakeholders. 7. Experience in presenting at a senior level project risks, plans and expectations. DESIRABLE 1. Knowledge of working on Transformation Programme. 2. Can provide good examples of managing 3rd party suppliers. 3. Has a technical background and can show previous roles working in technical engineering or service management positions.
1. Prince2, ITIL intermediate or higher 2. BSc or Equivalent  3. Experience of working in large government organisations on complex transformation projects.
 
 
Closing Date  
   
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28310 Negotiation Note Taker

  • £ 400.00 - £ 400.00 per day
28310 - Negotation Note Taker - Inner London - £400 Ltd - 6 months
   
Client  
   Home Office
Role & Responsibilities
  •  1. Public and private sector procurement experience
2. Experience of buy and sell side 1. Successful outcome of negotiations 2. Accurate notes of negotiation             
ESSENTIAL
1. Experience of negotiations
2. Commercially aware
3. Stakeholder Management
4. Note taking
 
 
Closing Date  
   24/04
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28242 - Lead Developer

  • £ 550.00 - £ 600.00 per day
28242 - Senior DevOps Engineer - DWP - 6 months - SC - Yorkshire or Newcastle or Manchester - £550 - £600 Ltd  
   
Client  
   DWP
Role & Responsibilities
  •  As a Senior DevOps Engineer you will own the overall DevOps process along with setting the strategies for products and the wider community. You will contribute to the Engineering and Architecture leads that will help ensure the systems are fit for purpose. With a focus on stability, availability and quality you will be accountable for the code and services your teams produce and administer. You will provide technical leadership to a small team of DevOps Engineers along with providing oversight to the products and services they develop. You are a skilled practitioner and role model in DevOps principles. You are responsible for ensuring best practices are adhered to across the department and guiding teams on how to effectively deliver software products. Essential skills: $2022; Extensive experience of using, operating, patching and securing Linux operating systems like RHEL $2022; Extensive experience of configuration management software like Puppet or Ansible and scripting languages like BASH, Perl or Python $2022; Extensive experience of deploying, supporting and patching public, cloud-based applications that are repeatable, scalable, resilient and highly available (including APIs and microservices) $2022; Extensive experience of modifying and maintaining systems and code developed by other engineers $2022; Experience of leading DevOps Engineers in a complex, multi-disciplinary environment, delivering products within specific time-scales and engaging with multiple senior stakeholders.

Desirable skills: $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience of provisioning tools such as Terraform, CloudFormation $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience with continuous integration and delivery tools like Jenkins $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience of clustering and load balancing applications and services, like NGINX $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience working with distributed version control systems like Git $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience of static code analysis and security tools like SonarQube or Checkmarx $2022; Significant and demonstrable experience working with collaboration tools such as Jira, Confluence and Slack $2022; Experience of modifying and maintaining systems and code developed by other engineers $2022; Experience deploying repeatable, scalable, resilient and highly available HTTP services, including APIs and microservices $2022; Experience with virtualisation and container based technologies like Docker $2022; Demonstrable experience of DevSecOps principles and security automation tools $2022; Can identify and implement Continuous-Integration and Continuous-Delivery best practices Leadership and team working skills: $2022; Breakdown user stories into tasks. Design and lead the tactics for building reusable libraries, templates and services and own the development of medium-long term strategies for products lines within your Functional and Professional Communities $2022; Lead a DevOps Engineering team providing technical leadership and guidance, creating a DevOps culture and implementing automation best practices. This will include coaching and mentoring your team, taking accountability for their decision-making and their professional development $2022; Contribute and set strategic direction for DevOps teams and wider Engineering community $2022; Lead the sharing of knowledge, documentation and good practice with the wider Engineering community $2022; Provide coaching and mentoring to Software and DevOps Engineer colleagues and peers $2022; Lead community discussions about DevOps best practice within Engineering
 
 
Closing Date  
   20/04 10.00am
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28323 Change Manager

  • £ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
28323 Change Manager - Inner London - 6 months - £450 UMB
   
Client  
   NHS
Role & Responsibilities  
Experience in delivering large scale workforce development and change programmes
Practical change model experience e.g. Lewin, Kotter
Experience in delivering leadership development programmes
Experience in delivering workforce development programmes in customer service / technology operations
Experience in aligning to and / or developing competency frameworks
Must have NHS experience
 
Closing Date  
23/04 10.00am   
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HR Manager

  • £ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
27956 - HR Manager - Croydon - £450 UMB - 12 months - SC
   
Client  
   Home Office  
Role & Responsibilities
  •  To be successful in this challenging yet rewarding resourcing role, you will be an exceptional leader with the proven ability to set a strong direction and convey persuasive future vision at all levels of an organisation. You will have a proven track record in delivering large scale recruitment campaigns. You will be a strong and resilient deliverer with skills in collaborating effectively and achieving tangible outcomes in the face of significant challenges. You will be able to demonstrate strong planning and organising skills combined with the ability to balance conflicting and changing demands in a deadline-driven situation. Your excellent communication skills enable you to explain complex issues in a way that is understandable by a wide range of audiences; which coupled with your good influencing skills enable you to inspire multidisciplinary teams and build successful relationships at all levels. Travel to other Location: Regular travel to Croydon & London. Occasional travel to regions across the country. 1. Resourcing forecasting 2.Labour market analysis - ongoing during/after campaigns so that we iterate attraction and selection methodologies 3.Development of targeted outreach and attraction plan (working with BF team to deliver the events on the ground; and with Capita / others to run advertising via social media etc) 4.Campaign assurance 5.Selection and assessment methodologies $2022; Expert knowledge of resource management $2022; Knowledge of project management methodologies Skills: $2022; Ability to act positively, flexibly, constructively, bringing focus and energy to the role with a 'can-do' attitude, coaching and supporting as required $2022; Strong analytical skills with the ability to research; produce and present clearly articulated, well-structured reports/MI using qualitative and quantitative data $2022; Ability to identify root cause of problem and develop a range of solutions $2022; Strong communication skills, written and verbal, influencing and negotiating $2022; Ability to deliver consistently to time, cost and quality despite tight timescales and conflicting priorities $2022; IT literate and experienced in use of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and relevant tools Degree or equivalent (desirable) 1.CIPD level 5 qualification with a recruitment bias or previous experience of working within a recruitment analysis role 2. Resourcing forecasting 3.Labour market analysis - ongoing during/after campaigns so that we iterate attraction and selection methodologies 4.Experience of resource management within a complex matrix organisation 5.Experience of creating resourcing plans, driven by demand and supply 6.Experience of working to a project management methodology
 
Closing Date  
   16/04 12.00pm
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28029 - Commercial Business Partner - DMCS

  • £ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
28029 - Commercial Business Partner - London - 6 months  
   
Client  
   Department of media, culture and sport
Role & Responsibilities
  • Help to progress current Government commercial reform with both internal and external organisations; $2022; Provide advice and support to internal customers and team members on all aspects of the procurement lifecycle; $2022; Undertake purchasing activity across a number of categories in line with Departmental priorities and responsibilities; $2022; Manage and lead on areas of procurement activity and dissemination within the department and across the government commercial landscape. $2022; Take the lead for all commercial data requests from Crown Commercial Service; HM Treasury; Cabinet Office and Other Government departments $2022; Oversee the scrutiny of the Government Procurement Card ensuring compliance by all cardholders. $2022; Communicate with and provide feedback to stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of a procurement; $2022; Write and provide training on a one-to-one or group basis as required, including drafting or training materials, organising meetings and facilities. $2022; Other tasks as required.
  • Experience required: The successful post-holder will need to be goal orientated and able to work collaboratively with others to reach a successful conclusion. They will need work well in a team, organised, self-motivating and able to influence others. Other criteria necessary to carry out this role are: Essential: $2022; Member of Chartered Institute for Purchasing & Supply (MCIPS) or working towards $2022; Experience of Government Procurement Regulations and best practice $2022; Knowledge of EU Procurement legislation $2022; Excellent communication skills $2022; Numerate $2022; Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to influence others $2022; Team working skills and ability to work effectively to deadlines Desirable: $2022; Previous experience of working within a commercial environment and providing services and systems, particularly financial ones $2022; Knowledge of government procurement policies $2022; Ability to develop successful relationships with commercial providers $2022; Experience or expertise in computer systems
 
 
Closing Date  
6/4/2018 @ 12pm   
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27829 - Senior Finance Manager - MOJ

  • £ 500.00 - £ 530.00 per hour
27829 - Senior Finance Manager - London - £530 UMB - 3 months    
     
Client    
Ministry of Justice  
 
Role & Responsibilities  
This role is required to support the roll out of a new judicial expenses system during a period of absence of the civil service business lead. The risk of not proceeding is delay to roll out and consequently damaging relationships with the judiciary. This individual will take forward various aspects of the roll out including: - Managing defects arising in the project. - Supervising roll out of the system to end users and providing support to the admin team using the system. - Preparing a tool to transform input files from different sources into a common format. The work will be governed by the project team who will monitor progress on rolling out the new system to the total number of judicial users.
             
CCAB or equivalent.
   
Closing Date    
Tuesday 27th March 09.15am  
 
 
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27417 - Category Tower Manager - NHS

  • £ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
27417 - Category Tower Manager - Mansfield  - £400 - £450  
 
Location: Mansfield, Nottinghamshire with frequent national travel and overnight stays as necessary for the effective performance of this role.
     
Client    
NHS England   
   
 
Category Tower Manager - Consumables / Clinical GRADE: CL1 (B8a/ 8b)  
 
Eight (8) roles are required to support all Category Tower Management/ Procurement related Phase 1+ Procurement Transformation Programme / Future Operating Model activities. These are additional posts, which are required in order to support the building of a new disaggregated Supplier Management Future Operating Model called the Intelligent Client Co-ordinator (ICC).  
 
Phase 1+ will see the on-boarding of 6 Medical Category Towers consisting of consumable and clinical product spend from contract award in Autumn 2017 to go-live in Spring 2018. Phase 1+ is the largest group of Category Towers by financial value (c£1.1billion spend). The ICC will be the organisation responsible for the contract management of the model that will be in place from 1st October 2018 to cover all aspects of the service provided by NHS Supply Chain (currently supplied by DHL).  
 
Job Summary
The post holder will be required to oversee the day to day contract and performance management of a Category Tower Service Provider (CTSP) which includes the development and delivery of the category management strategy activities to increase market share growth to 80% and contribute to the delivery of the £600m savings targets. A key element in achieving the savings required will be to ensure the CTSP is working with Customer groups to develop and agree the category management strategies and the subsequent procurement strategies. Working in conjunction with the key stakeholders such as the DH, NHS Improvement and NHS England, the post will have responsibility for identifying and optimising synergies wherever possible across the NHS procurement landscape, ensuring the CTSP maximises opportunities to leverage economies of scale. The post holder will be responsible for the overall spend across a defined set of product categories.  
 
Headline Duties and Responsibilities
To contract and performance manage the CTSP in scope, including oversight and visibility of the development, delivery and implementation of category management strategies by the CTSP in order to drive significant value to the NHS leading to increased market share and the delivery of savings targets. - Ensure the category management strategies are developed with the requirements of the customer at their core, taking into account customer requirements and other factors identified through customer/supplier engagement and also through a Category Council process including inputs from Finance and Product Assurance. - Supporting the Procurement Transformation Programme on the transition from the incumbent to the CTSP. This will include the set up and facilitation of sessions between the parties and ensuring the necessary and efficient transfer of data and information. - To ensure that all procurement activity by the in scope CTSP is delivered effectively. This includes compliance with public sector requirements in relation to this type of activity. - Ensure the CTSPs budget is managed effectively, challenging operating costs and driving cost down efficiency gains.  
 
Working Relationships
Accountable to: Head of Procurement and Customer Value Accountable for: Contract and performance management of CTSPs activities Directorate: Supplier Management POST: Category Tower Manager - Consumables / Clinical Manager  
 
Essential / Desirable Criteria Demonstrated by Qualifications  
Degree or extensive experience; Relevant degree and/or CIPS qualification. Membership of CIPS Certificates/ Application Process  
 
Experience
Significant category management experience and expertise in a related industry or large organisation.  
  
Closing Date    
   19/3/2018  
 
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27480 - Contracts Manager - Home Office

  • £ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
27480 - Contracts Manager - £450 UMB - Croydon, Greater London - 18 months
   
Client  
Home Office
 
 
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Key Tasks and Deliverables:
 
Contract management  
1. Support the identification, development , execution and negotiation of contractual changes (CCNs) for existing TPT contracts  
2. Review benchmarking clauses in existing service contracts and where these have not been managed to ensure that they are managed with suppliers.  
3. Benchmark end to end costs for identified projects (Windows 10, O365, Mobile) and other key EUC service costs to comparable industry standards and rates. Produce a "should cost" model for TPT.  
4. Carry out a tactical review of TPT commercial agreements and contractual landscape. Including but not limited to: a) Identifying a programme of sourcing events and development and approval of a sourcing strategy for TPT. Ensuring TPT PMs are fully consulted in development of plans for 2018. b) Carry out a detailed SWOT analysis of existing contractual landscape within TPT. Identifying instances of service duplication, service gaps and opportunities for more consistent or cost effective service delivery. c) Identify key collaboration activities between key suppliers and ensuring that appropriate collaboration agreements are in place and are being actively managed and are (where possible) linked to the Service Credit regime. d) To Inform the TPT Commercial lead of supplier performance issues and risks arising (i.e. service credits, KPI/CPI volume rebates, benchmarking reductions)  
5. Produce an ambitious and achievable annual savings target for TPT (incorporating targets as necessary into revisions of the Business Plan and TPT Project plans).  
6. Carry out a strategic supplier review on behalf of TPT. Specifically including: a) Spend categorisation - Identifying strategic, leverage, critical and bottleneck suppliers b) Market analysis - Analyse relative supplier leverage and the Home Office's buying power as a customer c) Action planning - Plan how to change supplier/contractual relationships
7. The review will contribute towards securing critical supply chains, reducing costs and maximising TPTs purchasing power.  
8. Development of guidance and resources for TPT/EUC budget holders introducing commercial best practice in establishing commercial agreements. This will support TPT budget holders in approaching commercial agreements with rigour, greater commercial awareness and consideration of public procurement regulations and ensure that best practice is engrained within TPT. Procurement
9. Support the development and management of procurement projects within TPT Programme so that it is able to procure key goods and services in time (avoiding gaps in service and anticipating major support requirements). Support TPT to contract for services within established budget and in support of TPT's target operating model and most recent PIC approved Business Case.
 
Experience Required:

1. An expert in the ICT field, with a track record of delivering best practice solutions using agile methodology. 2. Full understanding of public sector procurement, and EU Regulations 3. Full knowledge of CCS Frameworks and methods of accessing those Frameworks 4. Previous experience of Home Office Commercial working arrangements and technology projects and approach.
 
Additional Qualifications:

1. Understanding of the government's digital and technology transformation agenda and why the government is changing the way it does digital and technology projects.  
2. Experience in managing high value, technical IT contracts and leading on multiple procurements.  
3. The ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, bring together people and views to inform decision making, and be willing to support work that isn't part of your core role.  
4. Strong stakeholder engagement skills and the ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical people.
 
 
 
Closing Date  
 
9/3/2018
 
 
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Must have SC Clearance

27506 - Digital User Researcher - Department for Transport

  • £ 1.00 - £ 1.00 per day
27506 - Digital User Researcher, Inner London - £500 UMB
   
Client  
   Department for Transport
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Scoping, designing and carrying out a wide range of user research and analysis activities focused on real user needs to ensure an in-depth and detailed understanding of user needs for digital services across DfT $2022; Planning and leading a programme of user research for a range of complex digital services and a variety of end users $2022; Aligning the Digital Service's user research activities with wider departmental plans and embedding user-centred practices across the division and the wider Department $2022; Analysing user research data and producing evidence-based insights to inform business and technology decisions; working collaboratively and in an inclusive manner by involving teams in analysis and synthesis to increase consensus and challenge assumptions $2022; When carrying out user research actively seeking input from a diverse range of users including those with special access needs. Delivering outputs that meet accessibility needs and continuously demonstrating empathy and understanding for users issues
 
 
Closing Date  8/3/2018
   
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