£ 485.26 - £ 535.26 per day
29480-Project Manager, south west  
 
 
 
Client  DSTL
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • THIS ROLE IS FOR A SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Working for the UK Government's Science and Technology organisation your role will be to build and manage a cohesive team to ensure the effective delivery of Defence projects. We require motivated Project Managers to lead and task our project teams and engage with relevant stakeholders. You'll also be responsible for managing the project finances, delivery and all project assurance activities Developing, planning, and implementing a project, whilst delivering the desired outputs to time, cost and quality. Defining the project’s governance framework including a monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement and issue management, quality and assurance, information management and resource allocation Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks Ensuring the appropriate capabilities are employed in the execution of the project, working closely with line managers. Tasking and managing external contracts, including engaging with relevant commercial officers Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information Adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities Defining tasks and success criteria, working closely with relevant technical leads Ensuring that the project follows Dstl's policies and processes Engaging with relevant customers and stakeholders (both internal and external).
 
  • A strong track record in project planning, leadership and delivery. An ability to demonstrate recent successful delivery of the full project life cycle, including quality assurance and financial planning and management. Evidence of Project control and reporting. Clear and confident written and verbal presentation skills, able to covey messages to a variety of audiences. Evidence of forming effective relationships across technical and functional boundaries. A solid track record in managing complex and sensitive relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Confident user of MS Project. Experience of working in a Defence setting including industry, the MOD, the armed forces or Defence agencies.
 
Closing Date  31st July at 15:20
   
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£ 485.27 - £ 535.27 per day
29439 - Cost Modeller, South East  
   
Client  DSTL
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • As a Principal Cost Analyst you will be involved in a wide variety of unique and interesting pieces of work supporting MOD Head Office and the Front Line Commands. Elements of the role may range from directly liaising with customers to understand their problems whilst identifying how analysis can help them; leading analysis tasks in the team; overseeing the work of and mentoring less experienced staff and helping maintain and develop the cost model capability in the team. As a Principal cost analyst you will be involved in a wide variety of unique and interesting pieces of work supporting MOD Head Office and the Front Line Commands. Elements of the role may range from directly liaising with customers to understand their problems whilst identifying how analysis can help them; leading analysis tasks in the team; overseeing the work of and mentoring less experienced staff and helping maintain and develop the cost model capability in the team
 
  • Essential: Demonstrable experience of whole life costing including knowledge of Treasury Guidelines and common cost definitions. Proven analytical capability across multiple areas, including the costs environment. Experience of using a diverse range of cost tools and analysis methodologies. Capable of building and maintaining good internal and external relationships. Confident, professional presentation style, capable of communicating complex issues clearly and concisely. Evidence of delivering work to stretching timescales. Ability to assist in the development of colleagues in their area of expertise. Desirable Experience of Working in MoD/Industrial Teams. Knowledge of MoD Research procurement organisations and practices. Familiar with influencing and engaging with senior management and stakeholders. Track record of successful delivery of customer requirements.
 
Closing Date  31st July at 12:40pm
   
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£ 407.23 - £ 427.23 per day
29447 - Senior Analyst/Team Leader, South East      
Client - DSTL  
     
Role & Responsibilities  
This requirement comes from the Air and Maritime Environment Group within Dstl's Defence and Security Analysis Division and will include a number of key future research and procurement studies requiring expert knowledge resulting in a demand for an experienced and skilled resource. They will provide analytical support to the models and processes required for the research into the future Air C2 construct, Future Combat Air System requirement, Air Enablers and Enterprise level analysis. Support OA and Decision Support activities to the Air System Projects; this will require working closely with Dstl staff on direct and research directed work packages developed to support Air Comd and, where required, establishing and maintaining effective communications and working relationships with Air Comd's, Capability branches and DE&S Project Teams. The role includes supporting delivery to stakeholders and customers of analysis products. The role will include working as part of a team and/or as an individual on tasks and span from inception to delivery of output material conducting both quantitative and qualitative analysis. Outside of the specific work packages the successful candidate will be expected to identify areas where work and working practices may be exploited across other work packages.
 
Experience of Air Domain analysis as well as total system performance analysis. Experience of working with and delivering to a wide range of customers and stakeholders. Experience of producing OA papers for Business Case submissions. Experience of working within DSD Policy and DSB Scenarios. Experience and expertise in Operational Analysis using a range of models, tools and techniques and capable of delivering technical reports in challenging timescales. Practical experience, knowledge or technical expertise in the Air Domain. Confident in facilitation of Military Judgement Panels, and engaging with stakeholders and customers.
 
Closing Date - 31st July at 09:30 am  
     
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£ 407.23 - £ 427.23 per day
29444 - Senior Analyst/Team Leader, South East  
   
Client  DSTL  
   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  This requirement comes from the Air and Maritime Environment Group within Dstl's Defence and Security Analysis Division and will include a number of key future research and procurement studies requiring expert knowledge resulting in a demand for an experienced and skilled resource. They will provide analytical support to the models and processes required for the research into the future Above Water and Under Water Battle Space Studies. There is a requirement for an analyst with expertise to work with Dstl analysts in order to build internal capability. Support OA and Decision Support activities to the Under Water Battlespace Projects. Support will include establishing and maintaining effective communications and working relationships with Front Line Commands, Service Capability branches and Project Teams. The role includes helping stakeholders and customers to fully understand their problems and developing cost-effective solutions. Work will include the running and conducting output analysis of Military Judgement Panels and workshops to provide evidence for studies aswell as structuring and leading quantitative and qualitative analysis studies.
 
  • Experience of Maritime Domain/Enablers analysis. Experience of working with and delivering to a wide range of customers and stakeholders including Capability branches, D Scrutiny, FLCs and PTs. Experience of contributing to OA papers for Business Case submissions. Knowledge of current DSD Policy and DSB Scenarios and their use. Experience and expertise in Operational Analysis using a range of models, tools and techniques and capable of delivering technical reports in challenging timescales. Experience in facilitation of Military Judgement Panels, presentating and engaging with senior stakeholders. Knowledge of current issues, drivers, threats and technologies in UW domain.
 
Closing Date  31st  July at 09:20am
   
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£ 485.27 - £ 535.27 per day
29427 - Senior Analyst/Team Leader, South East
   
Client   DSTL
   
Role & Responsibilities  
 
  • This requirement comes from the Air and Maritime Environment Group within Dstl's Defence and Security Analysis Division and will include a number of key future research and procurement studies requiring expert knowledge resulting in a demand for an experienced and skilled resource. They will provide analytical support to the models and processes required for the research into the future Under Water Battle Space Studies. There is a requirement for an analyst with expertise to work with Dstl analysts in order to build internal capability. Support OA and Decision Support activities to the Under Water Battlespace Projects. Support will include establishing and maintaining effective communications and working relationships with Front Line Commands, Service Capability branches and Project Teams. The role includes helping stakeholders and customers to fully understand their problems and developing cost-effective solutions. Work will include the setting up, running and conducting output analysis of Military Judgement Panels and workshops to provide evidence for studies aswell as structuring and leading quantitative analysis studies which may include some leadership of personnel.
 
  • Extensive experience of Maritime Domain/Enablers analysis as well as total system performance analysis. Experience of working with and delivering to a wide range of customers and stakeholders including Capability branches, D Scrutiny, FLCs and PTs. Experience of leading and delivering OA papers for Business Case submissions. Detailed knowledge of current DSD Policy and DSB Scenarios and their use. Experience and expertise in Operational Analysis using a range of models, tools and techniques and capable of delivering technical reports in challenging timescales. Confident in facilitation of Military Judgement Panels, presentating and engaging with senior stakeholders. Knowledge of current issues, drivers, threats and technologies in UW domain and how surface & air force elements may contribute as part of an ‘all arms’ approach
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  • Closing Date  31st July at 09:40am  
       
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    £ 485.27 - £ 535.27 per day
    29443 - Senior Analyst/Team Leader, South East  
       
    Client  DSTL  
       
    Role & Responsibilities
    • This requirement comes from the Air and Maritime Environment Group within Dstl's Defence and Security Analysis Division and will include a number of key future research and procurement studies requiring expert knowledge resulting in a demand for an experienced and skilled resource. They will provide analytical support to the models and processes required for the research into the future Ground based Air Defence and future Rotorcraft studies. There is a requirement for an analyst with expertise to work with Dstl analysts in order to build internal capability. Support OA and Decision Support activities to the Air System Projects. Support will include establishing and maintaining effective communications and working relationships with Front Line Commands, Joint Helicopter Command, Service Capability branches, Project Teams and OGDs. The role includes helping stakeholders and customers to fully understand their problems and developing cost-effective solutions. Identify opportunities both within and beyond air enablers, for cross-pollination of ideas and the re-use of existing work and processes. Work will include the setting up, running and conducting output analysis of Military Judgement Panels and workshops to provide evidence for studies aswell as structuring and leading quantitative analysis studies which may include some leadership of personnel. 
     
    • Extensive experience of Air Domain/Enablers analysis as well as total system performance analysis. Experience of working with and delivering to a wide range of customers and stakeholders including Capability branches, D Scrutiny, FLCs, PTs and OGDs. Experience of leading and delivering OA papers for Business Case submissions. Detailed knowledge of current DSD Policy and DSB Scenarios and their use. Experience and expertise in Operational Analysis using a range of models, tools and techniques and capable of delivering technical reports in challenging timescales. Practical experience, knowledge and technical expertise in Rotorcraft operations across the services in particular the Land, Air Manouevre and LiTM environments. Confident in facilitation of Military Judgement Panels, presentating and engaging with senior stakeholders.
     
    Closing Date  31st  July at 09:40
       
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    Must have SC / DV Clearance
    £ 210.00 - £ 210.00 per day
    29346 - Estates Surveyor,  East of England  
         
    Client   EA  
         
    Role & Responsibilities  
     
    Key tasks and deliverables  
     
    As an Estates Surveyor, you will be an integral part of the estates team. You will be involved in a wide range of work, including our national flood risk programme, looking after various operational projects, managing a diverse land portfolio and be involved in the acquisition and compensation programme for major capital works. The Estates service is committed to delivering a professional service that exceeds customer expectations, through an innovative approach which delivers value for money. Working in the Environment Agency will mean that the environment will be at the heart of everything you do.
     
    Experience Required  
     
    Experience of working as a Surveyor in a professional estates service and able to demonstrate detailed knowledge in one or more of the following areas:
    • A good understanding of planning, property and compensation legislation and of compulsory purchase procedures.
    • Providing advice on land and compensation matters to minimize project risk and compensation liabilities. Negotiating access to land, securing appropriate interests and settling compensation claims.
    • The management of a diverse land and property portfolio including property management, valuation and landlord and tenant issues to provide sustainable land use and deliver best practice. You should be able to balance work to ensure that tasks are achieved and have good interpersonal skills in order to build networks and influence both internal and external customers/stakeholders and the effective resolution of issues. You should be able to identify and implement areas of best practice.
     
    Closing Date - 17th July 2018 at 12.15pm  
         
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    £ 350.00 - £ 422.06 per day
    29279 - Project Manager, South East    
         
    Client  
    DSTL  
         
    Role & Responsibilities
    Management and delivery of plans to ensure all necessary preparation and execution tasks and dependencies are included. Ongoing management of those plans to achieve the delivery goals 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 Operate as a full member of the team; supporting the Programme Director and other team members as directed Project Manage all aspects of specific work packages Working with stakeholders to ensure Design; Delivery; Technical Build; testing; MI requirements etc are managed and delivered to date and time Completion of detailed plan for the medium term including MSP; Resources; costs Completion of the detailed design phase to time and quality; working with the Design team to secure stakeholder sign-off at all stages. Development of stakeholder relationship with suppliers; including preparation of joint plans; proposals and any design and build documentation. Completion of the high level plan through to Go Live and BAU handover. Experience in the delivery of projects; with particular emphasis on the management of suppliers and stakeholders Experience of governance and risk control frameworks Good planning and organisational skills Strong leadership; people and communications skills Possess strong analytical skills with a proven ability to persuade and influence senior decision-making.
     
    Closing Date
    26/06/2018 10:00am
       
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    £ 167.83 - £ 167.83 per day
    29410 - Communications Specialist , West Midlands   
       
    Client  DEFRA  
       
    Role & Responsibilities
  • Key responsibilities • Lead on developing, implementing and evaluating communications plans to help support the delivery of area priorities and outcomes. • Work with colleagues in other areas and nationally to deliver national-once communications campaigns and projects, via portfolio group. • Along with planning and delivering proactive communications work, ensure an effective response to reactive work, such as media enquiries and responding to incidents. • Maintain and enhance existing internal communications channels to meet business needs. • As a technical specialist, they will provide advice and guidance to fellow team members and the wider business in all aspects of communications and reputation management.
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    The team Communications teams provide the following services to their local area customers: • Incident preparedness and response, including external liaison with partners Local communications planning and delivery to meet area priorities. • Local proactive and reactive media management (including social media) • Internal communications support • Advice around high public interest sites, flood risk and environmental improvement projects • Communications skills capacity building (plain English, social media skills, etc.) • Advice and support in relation to publishing, maintaining our brand and enhancing our visibility
     
    Experience/skills required We're looking for an experienced communications professional who: • is a good team player with excellent interpersonal skills; • Can evidence good written and verbal skills; • Can evidence a good track record of delivering effective communications activity.
     
    Closing Date  Thursday 12th July 2018 @ 1130 
       
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    £ 131.57 - £ 131.57 per day
    29411 - Communications Officer, West midlands  
       
    Client  DEFRA  
       
    Role & Responsibilities
    • Key responsibilities • Support on developing, implementing and evaluating communications plans to help support the delivery of area priorities and outcomes. • Work with colleagues in other areas and nationally to support the delivery of national-once communications campaigns and projects, via portfolio group. • Along with planning and delivering proactive communications work, ensure an effective response to reactive work, such as media enquiries and responding to incidents. • Maintain and enhance existing internal communications channels to meet business needs – lead on editing and publishing internal staff e-newsletter • As a technical specialist, provide advice and guidance to internal customers/ clients on all aspects of communications and reputation management. The team Communications teams provide the following services to their local area customers: • Incident preparedness and response, including external liaison with partners Local communications planning and delivery to meet area priorities. • Local proactive and reactive media management (including social media) • Internal communications support • Advice around high public interest sites, flood risk and environmental improvement projects • Communications skills capacity building (plain English, social media skills, etc.) • Advice and support in relation to publishing, maintaining our brand and enhancing our visibility
     
    • Experience/skills required We're looking for a communications     professional who: • is a good team player with excellent interpersonal skills; • Can evidence good written and verbal skills; • Can evidence a good track record of delivering effective communications activity.
     
     
    Closing Date  12th July 2018 at 11:25
       
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    £ 250.00 - £ 250.00 per day
    29414 - Management Accountant, HMP whatton bingham  
       
    Client  MOJ
       
    Role & Responsibilities
  •  
    • Essential Skills
      Qualifications,
      Accreditation &
      Registration
      • IFAC qualification (Qualified Accountant) is required for this post
      Consideration may also be given to part-qualified candidates who are currently
      studying and are qualified to level 2 or higher. Experience and knowledge of a
      working as a finance business partner is desirable;
      • Experience of delivering high performance and continuous improvement;
      • Experience of presenting financial interpretation and recommendations at an
      executive level;
      • Strong interpersonal and relationship management skills with the ability to
      communicate and influence effectively with stakeholders at all levels;
      • Strategic awareness;
      • Influencing Skills;
      • Must be able to adopt a proactive problem solving approach in order to be
      able to respond to the changing needs of the business;
      • Experience in central government financial management, financial analysis and
      financial planning
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    Closing Date  12th July 2018 at 16.55
       
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    Must have SC / DV Clearance
    £ 383.98 - £ 403.98 per day
    29405 - Project Manager, South East   
       
    Client  DSTL  
       
    Role & Responsibilities
    •  The contractor is expected to perform the project management role as detailed in the Dstl role profile (attached). The projects that the candidate will be delivering focus on improving the way MOD manages the reliability and maintain ability of capability across the Navy, Army and Air Force and Government. Main duties and responsibilities include: Designing, planning, and implementing a project which delivers the desired outputs, set out in the Project Mandate. Defining the project’s governance framework including monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement, risk and issue management, quality and assurance, information management, resource management, procurement plan.
     
     
    • Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks (Technical, Financial, Commercial, Health and Safety, Environmental, Security). Ensuring the appropriate capabilities (people, relationships, infrastructure, knowledge, licences to practice) are employed in the execution of the project. Tasking and management of external contracts, liaising with the Division Procurement Rep, Commercial, IP and others as appropriate Implementing Dstl's policies and processes and ensuring compliance with the Management System. Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information. Leading change management within permitted project tolerances; adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities. Defining tasks and success criteria and providing individuals with performance feedback.
     
     
    • Enabling development of staff through project activities. Creating a positive working environment that aligns with Dstl Principles, supports diversity and enables staff working on their project to excel. Championing the development of Project Management. They hold specific accountability for: Recommending: o An Integrated Project Plan (IPP) for delivery of the project o At project completion that information and knowledge has been captured and shared appropriately Deciding: o The acceptance of any deliverables provided by external organisations, taking advice from Project Technical Authority (PTA), Lead Technical Reviewer (LTR) and Technical Partner (TP) as appropriate. Designing, planning, and implementing a project which delivers the desired outputs, set out in the Project Mandate.
     
     
    • Defining the project’s governance framework including monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement, risk and issue management, quality and assurance, information management, resource management, procurement plan. Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks (Technical, Financial, Commercial, Health and Safety, Environmental, Security). Ensuring the appropriate capabilities (people, relationships, infrastructure, knowledge, licences to practice) are employed in the execution of the project. Tasking and management of external contracts, liaising with the Division Procurement Rep, Commercial, IP and others as appropriate Implementing Dstl's policies and processes and ensuring compliance with the Management System.
     
     
    • Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information. Leading change management within permitted project tolerances; adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities. Defining tasks and success criteria and providing individuals with performance feedback. Enabling development of staff through project activities. Creating a positive working environment that aligns with Dstl Principles, supports diversity and enables staff working on their project to excel. Championing the development of Project Management. They hold specific accountability for: Recommending: o An IPP for delivery of the project o At project completion that information and knowledge has been captured and shared appropriately Deciding: o The acceptance of any deliverables provided by external organisations, taking
     
    Closing Date 19th July 2018 at 15:55  
       
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