£ 255.00 - £ 275.00 per day
28805 - IT Trainer - London        
         
Client        
Home Office    
       
Role & Responsibilities      
  • Design and construct an IT training package enabling an end user is capable and confident using the new pan-Government Tier 2 desktop solution(including use of SharePoint);
  • Deliver the parallel core security behaviours training underpinning this system and which has been mandated by the Cabinet Office;
  • Deliver the necessary Ways of Working and supporting behaviours to allow users to operate from the new Home Office OFFICIAL platform, including where applicable, via a browse down capability.
  • Deliver some bespoke training solutions (currently not fully specified) but which is likely to include a condensed training package for senior users, those working with mobile solutions, as well training for those users with particular requirements and any localised instances where there are niche requirements.
 
   
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Closing Date    
25/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 420.00 - £ 480.00 per day
28789 - Commercial Manager, London OR Leeds
         
Client        
DH  
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
Work to tight deadlines to produce accurate, consistent and high quality contract management documentation including contract change notes and amendments to ensure all required department and business case/procurement approvals are secured or escalated to line management while ensuring that learning from existing contracts is incorporated;
  • Actively ensure the robust implementation of core contract management processes including risks and issues, deliverables and change control processes. This will involve regular reviews with senior management responsible for the contract delivery;
  • Work with key suppliers in order to manage contracts appropriately, obtain key supplier performance information and maintain the relationship into health;
  • Effectively manage the escalation of serious or unresolved issues (through line management and other senior stakeholders) in accordance with recognised governance process;
  • Analyse and consistently present complex data and information in a clear and concise manner using a range of tools to maintain robust communication with key stakeholders and highlight key risks and issues;
  • To ensure that the Department communicates and measures the benefits of contract management through regular reporting of robust performance information in order to evidence continuous improvement;
  • Ensure that the Department and its ALBs comply with robust, consistent and effective contract management in line with the Crown Commercial Service recommendations, the DH contract Management toolkit and central government policy;
  • Provide support to designing and delivering contract management training and awareness to a range of stakeholders to increase contract management capability;
  • Develop strong relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders for example, within DH, its ALBs, across the wider NHS and in central government.
 
 
   
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Closing Date    
24/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 450.00 - £ 500.00 per day
28664 - Digital User Researcher Senior, Inner London    
         
Client        
BIS
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
 
The Office for Product Safety and Standards (known as ‘Safety and Standards’) Digital team require an experienced specialist user researcher for a limited engagement of 3 months to help increase user research capacity and, where capacity allows, help develop internal digital capability. The Safety and Standards Digital team are responsible for delivering a portfolio of digital services, each at different stages of development. This role is required to help us develop user centred services through understanding how users use our services. You will be deployed to help undertake user research on these services according to priorities, however we anticipate that the main focus will be on helping us to develop the Market Surveillance Product Safety Digital Service (MSPSDS). The MSPSDS is a significant programme of work designed to help develop the digital infrastructure to support the aims of the Office. This includes developing user centred services to help develop UK market surveillance capability to mitigate the potential loss of access to EU market surveillance systems. This role will play a key role in helping to understand key user needs for this service. Specifically, we anticipate that this will involve researching the need of key user groups. You will work alongside Safety and Standards Digital team members and external suppliers to help deliver an alpha for the MVP 1.0 release. We anticipate concluding alpha in August. In addition, the role may be required to support other services including the Primary Authority Register, NMO Technical Services and the audit and review of Safety and Standards GOV.UK content. This last project is to ensure that it is developed with a user centred focus and aligned to GOV.UK style guides and tone. We want clear, consistent content that help our users know who we are, what we do and how we can help them. To enable that we will need to test our thinking with users and iterate the pages based on their feedback. As a secondary aim, you will also, capacity permitting, provide direction and coaching to an internal trainee user researcher to help develop long term and sustainable capability in user research within the Office.
   
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Closing Date    
23/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 430.00 - £ 450.00 per day
28685 - Business Analyst, London
         
Client        
Home Office    
       
Role & Responsibilities      
     
Cyber Security Programme On-Boarding Business Analyst Managing the successful transition of systems into the Cyber Programme CSOC arising from business changes involving Cyber Security for Home Office Departments whilst securing the delivery of the on-boarding outcomes and benefits. To lead Cyber culture change management activity across into the Home Office Departments and manage the activities in delivering the Cyber Programme CSOC On-Boarding. Success Criteria: Alignment of analysis activities to the business architecture meta model. Alignment of analysis activities to wider work programme. Adherence to agreed standards and principles. Delivery to time and quality. Knowledge transfer to employees
   
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Closing Date    
24/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 380.00 - £ 400.00 per day
28842 - Project Manager, London    
         
Client        
MoJ  
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
  • Project Management
  • Plan and design project plan, monitor progress, resolve issues and initiate corrective action as appropriate;
  • Ongoing management of the plan to achieve the delivery goals;
  • Identify key stakeholders and their requirements and ensure where appropriate, their needs are incorporated through engagement and discussion;
  • Ensure that communications mechanisms are established and adhered to;
  • Manage project using appropriate techniques and governance arrangements;
  • Establish clear delivery plans and monitor performance;
  • Draft papers, briefings and responses, as required. Leadership
  • Engagement of and close working with specialists as required according to the project plan; Stakeholder Engagement
  • Establish and foster productive relationships with identified key stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of the project;
  • Work with key stakeholders to manage the deployment of all aspects of the project assigned to Identify and mitigate potential risks for delivery of products. Governance
  • Ensure all formal risk, issues and dependency documentation is in place throughout the lifecycle of the project;
  • Responsible for all formal risk, issue and dependency management across the project;
   
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Closing Date    
24/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 220.00 - £ 230.00 per day
28867 - Assistant Finance Manager, South West  
         
Client        
MoD
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
Delivery of Planning Round information and submissions (Quality Review Programme Cost (QRPC) and Annual Budgeting Cycle (ABC), including Options for review at Finance Manager and Assistant Head level.
  • Delivery of In-year Budget and Forecast, coordinating monthly submissions and commentary packs in line with the consolidated review timetable and for review at Finance Manager and Assistant Head level.
  • Ensure accounts are robust: associated Project Account, asset delivery and inventory information is accurately maintained and reconciled and reporting (including Team Leader Review Financial Position and Management Validation and Audit File (MVAF) is delivered.
  • Undertake reviews of Business Cases and financial accounting returns and processes and contribute to continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Ensure delivery of a robust compliance and governance framework including discharge of effective financial requirements, Value for Money (VFM) and affordability scrutiny, assurance and financial concurrence within delegated authority.
  • Effectively manage resources within area of responsibility to deliver VFM.
  • Provision of Cost Models to support evaluation of industry bids and to provide robust evidence in support of financial approvals.or exceptionally by relevant experience and demonstrated competence
 
 
   
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Closing Date    
24/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 450.00 - £ 470.00 per day
28770 - Programme Office Support, Inner London      
         
Client        
HMRC
       
Role & Responsibilities      
     
This role is required to support the programme in the management and delivery of Programme outcomes. The Programme Support Officer (PSO) will work with the Programme Manager and Programme Planner and assist in management of the day to day running of the programme management office, leading on consolidation and management of reporting, management of the risk issues and
dependencies log, secretariat support for the Future Borders Governance Group
(FBGG), and planning support to the Programme Planner as and where this is
required.

1. Work with the Programme Manger to help drive pace, and regular reporting for the wider Programme team
2. Own day to day preparation and management for the monthly Future Borders
Governance Group (FBGG); shaping agendas, preparing the forward agenda, taking minutes and coordinating sessions
3. Support in the maintenance of the risks, issues and dependencies log for the
Programme; working with Workstream Leads and Product Owners to ensure these are clearly articulated and with clear actions / next steps against each of them
4. Consolidate, analyse, and provide information to the Programme Manager on
progress reports from the different Programme teams
5. Support the development of materials for wider Programme Team on an ad hoc basis
6. Establish and maintain the Programme information management system
on the HMRC filing system (CAF)    
 
 
Key Knowledge and Skills (Experience):
  • Experience working in project and programme environments
  • Experience working in a complex Programme Management Office environment
 
Desirable:
  • Confident producing consistent high quality work with limited supervision and oversight
  • Ability to prioritise competing demands in a challenging delivery environment, to ensure that work is delivered to tight timelines
  • Confidence working with senior and diverse stakeholders in, other government departments, ALBs and public bodies whilst representing the aims and objectives of Future Borders Programme
  • Collaborative style and values: integrity, non-silo working, building great relationships
  • Judgement and skill for working in a politically sensitive environment
  • Personal resilience given the high profile and challenging role/expectations
 
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Closing Date    
18/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 12.00 - £ 14.30 per hour
28779 - Executive Officer, London
         
Client        
SFO
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
Reading into the case and attending team meetings
  • Reviewing and describing digital material in English and Mandarin using the digital review system (Autonomy) and excel software – tier 1 review
  • Referring any potential legally privileged material to the Case Controller or Disclosure Officer
  • Reporting to a multi-disciplinary team all evidential and disclosable material revealed by the investigation and where appropriate, identify further lines of enquiry
  • Managing large quantities of data in Excel
 
Experience Required - Essential  
 
  • Academic qualification of degree level or equivalent
  • Fluency in English and Mandarin
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel Desirable
  • Criminal law training/experience and/or investigative experience
  • Experience of large document review exercises and working with digital document review
 
 
   
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Closing Date    
17/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 380.00 - £ 400.00 per day
28778 - Senior Transformation Delivery Programme Manager, London    
         
Client        
NHSE  
 
 
Essential Experience
     
Experience and application of planning, project and programme management methodologies and practices from the NHS and/or private sector,
A thorough knowledge of pathway design processing,
Strong analytical and project planning skills/methodology,
Good numeracy skills to enable a sound understanding of financial delivery/risk.    
   
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Closing Date    
15/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 30.00 - £ 38.00 per hour
28639 - Safety Coordinator, London
         
Client        
NHSE
       
Role & Responsibilities      
     
This role provides quality assurance services to a range of clinical commissioning groups, drawing together evidence and intelligence across the areas of patient safety, patient experience and clinical effectiveness. The role is responsible for the monitoring of the clinical quality component of the contract across a range of healthcare providers. The role will also contribute to service development for the clinical quality service line, ensuring that innovative approaches continue to offer value to customers. 
The role will produce regular quality reports, providing interpretation and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative information. The role will lead on performance management of adverse variance against quality standards and reporting.    
   
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Closing Date    
11/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 380.00 - £ 400.00 per day
28706 - User Experience Designer, London, Northampton OR Preston
         
Client        
Valuation Office Agency  
       
Role & Responsibilities      
     
The Process Design Team owns the VOA’s operational processes and is responsible for ensuring that they are designed to deliver the Agency’s business in the most efficient and economical way. For each VOA process there is a single process owner with clear responsibility, accountability and authority for the design, service quality and overall delivery objectives of the process and any systems that support it. Process owners are directly and personally accountable for the end-to-end process. The CCA PDT is responsible for leading process design, development and improvement activities, carrying out process assurance, and for the producing and maintaining of process guidance and supporting tools and templates. These vacancies have arisen from the need to expand the existing CCA PDT to support the ongoing design and development of CCA operational processes and guidance. The post holders will be part of a small team responsible for the continuing design, development and maintenance of CCA processes, guidance, tools and templates. They will report to the G7 CCA Process Design Lead. The CCA Programme is a high-profile and important part of the Agency’s transformation, and as such the successful candidates will have lots of opportunities to work on visible, high-impact work that will shape the delivery of a key element of the Agency’s business. We are looking for individuals with excellent interpersonal skills who are able to facilitate meetings and workshops, challenge current ways of working, and inspire future thinking and take a strategic view.  
 
Key responsibilities:
 
  • Designing and developing the CCA end to end process, guidance and supporting tools and templates
  • Developing strong working relationships with the CCA Programme team, Digital Group, operational colleagues and other corporate teams
  • Working collaboratively with operational colleagues and stakeholders across the CCA Programme to ensure that CCA processes support delivery of the policy intent and business rules, and meet the needs of operational staff and external customers
  • Facilitating process design workshops with stakeholders to develop and test high level and low level processes
  • Developing the operational guidance, correspondence templates, and other tools required to support delivery of CCA processes
  • Developing scripts to support CCA enquiry service
  • Working in partnership with Digital Group colleagues to impact planned IT/Digital developments on existing processes and guidance
  • Revising processes, guidance, scripts and supporting tools in preparation for scheduled IT/Digital Releases, and in response to Change Requests  
   
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Closing Date    
16/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 450.00 - £ 495.00 per day
28708 - Senior Business Designer, London, Northampton OR Preston    
         
Client        
Valuation Office Agency  
       
Role & Responsibilities      
   
The Process Design Team owns the VOA’s operational processes and is responsible for ensuring that they are designed to deliver the Agency’s business in the most efficient and economical way. For each VOA process there is a single process owner with clear responsibility, accountability and authority for the design, service quality and overall delivery objectives of the process and any systems that support it. Process owners are directly and personally accountable for the end-to-end process. The CCA PDT is responsible for leading process design, development and improvement activities, carrying out process assurance, and for the producing and maintaining of process guidance and supporting tools and templates. This vacancy has arisen from the need to expand the existing CCA PDT to support the ongoing design and development of CCA operational processes and guidance. The post holder will be part of a small team responsible for the continuing design, development and maintenance of CCA processes, guidance, tools and templates. Their primary role will be to lead the development work required on operational processes, guidance and tools & templates as a result of IT/Digital developments and other changes agreed as part of the CCA change control process. They will report to the G7 CCA Process Design Lead. The CCA Programme is a high-profile and important part of the Agency’s transformation, and as such the successful candidates will have lots of opportunities to work on visible, high-impact work that will shape the delivery of a key element of the Agency’s business. We are looking for individuals with excellent interpersonal skills who are able to facilitate meetings and workshops, challenge current ways of working, and inspire future thinking and take a strategic view. Key responsibilities The post holders’ key responsibilities will include:
 
  • Leading the design and development of the CCA end to end process, guidance and supporting tools and templates
  • Developing strong working relationships with the CCA Programme team, Digital Group, operational colleagues and other corporate teams, and representing PDT interests in Programme meetings and discussions
  • Working collaboratively with operational colleagues and stakeholders across the CCA Programme to ensure that CCA processes support delivery of the policy intent and business rules, and meet the needs of operational staff and external customers
  • Leading process design workshops with stakeholders to develop and test high level and low level processes
  • Leading the ongoing development of the operational guidance, correspondence templates, and other tools required to support delivery of CCA processes
  • Providing input into scripts to support CCA enquiry service
  • Working in partnership with Digital Group colleagues to impact planned IT/Digital developments on existing processes and guidance
  • Identifying and agreeing with stakeholders, the changes required to existing processes, guidance, scripts and supporting tools in response to scheduled IT/Digital Releases, and changes agreed via CCA change control; and ensuring that work is completed to the required standards within the required timescales
 
   
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Closing Date    
04/05/2018       
         
Must have SC / DV Clearance
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