Job Title: Remuneration Strategist / Pay & Policy Futures Lead
Salary: £48,997 to £60,115 plus a Location allowance of £1,639. You will receive £48,997 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £60,115 will be via incremental progression.
HR is seeking a suitably qualified person to provide strategic insight and advice in matters of Pay, Policy, Reward and Pensions to help shape Management Board papers and drive change in the above areas.
The role holder will be responsible for drafting briefings and papers for Management Board and Senior Leadership Teams on matters pertaining to Pay, Policy and Reward.
The role holder will need to concisely articulate the aims, risks, benefits of any proposed change and be able to explain complex practices succinctly. They will require a comprehensive understanding of their subject matter in order to effectively synopsise their key points. The purpose of this work is to enable the Directors of Pay & Reward and HR to deliver genuine change, backed by thorough research, investigation, design, development and testing.
The role holder will construct the MPS’s annual submission to the Police Remuneration Review Body. They will also complete research and analyse the political and national landscape/position, liaise with key stakeholders (e.g. public sector employers, Home Office, MOPAC, NPCC, Federation) and use their findings to develop a vision that can be articulated as the MPS proposal.
The role holder will lead on projects for HR Pay, Policy & Reward. This will involve engagement with a wide range of senior stakeholders, understanding complex processes and determining the appropriate approach. Typically this work will involve:Managing resourcesArticulating the aims of the projectManaging stakeholdersSetting governanceSetting KPIsOwning/tracking/reporting on risksOverseeing workshopsDeveloping project plans, process maps, workflowsIdentifying opportunities for improvement/streamliningIdentifying (inter)dependencies and resolving inherent issuesCo-ordinating delivery of benefitsReviewing success
The role holder will be responsible for tasking, setting timelines and KPIs as part of any project work undertaken. They will be required to navigate through a complex legislative environment, particularly when considering Police Regulations.
Budgetary constraints will manifest as a significant part of the role, particularly as they work on projects that would affect pay, allowances, reward, pensions.
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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).
Completed applications must be submitted by 08/06/2022.
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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Developing complex strategies.
Cultivating change and creating appetite for progress.
Tailoring communication in recognition of different audiences.
How HR works in large organisations. Significant experience and business acumen.
How to lead projects and harness engagement from senior members of staff.
PRINCE 2 / Six Sigma / Formal Project Management training and expertise.
Understanding of futurology, specifically how this relates to HR matters.
Good understanding of employment legislation.
Various research techniques.
Horizon scanning and analysis.
Identifying trends nationally/internationally.
Communication: Role holder needs to be Persuasive, adept at formulating arguments for change, selling ideas and influencing. The role requires excellent presentation skills and written English.
Writing and presenting strategic papers
Working in a large organisation, dealing with c-suite.