|Published||Tuesday 13 August 2019|
|Deadline for asking questions||Thursday 15 August 2019 at 11:59pm GMT|
|Closing date for applications||Tuesday 20 August 2019 at 11:59pm GMT|
|Specialist role||Delivery manager|
|Summary of the work||The MoD ISS Medical Information Services Delivery Team requires a Programme Delivery Manager. The Program Delivery Manager acting as deputy team leader will provide support to the Delivery Team Leader in the coordination of the Delivery Team.|
|Latest start date||Monday 23 September 2019|
|Expected contract length||2 Years|
|Location||South West England|
|Organisation the work is for||MoD Information Systems and Services, Programme CORTISONE Medical Information Services.|
|Maximum day rate||Maximum Day Rate - £1200 per day.|
About the work
|Early market engagement|
|Who the specialist will work with||The current Delivery Team is a blended team of Civil Servants, Military Personnel and Industry Contractors from multiple companies who are all working collaboratively with a strong 'one-team' culture and a firm focus on delivery of benefits to end users.|
|What the specialist will work on||Coordination of internal and external Delivery Team communications, including the production of highlight reports, programme board reports etc;
Coordination of delivery planning including responsibility for programme schedule;
Cost Controller, responsible for ensuring that financial forecasting (FOO) is aligned to the schedule and spend is aligned to the FOO and cost model;
'Critical friend' and deputy to Delivery Team Leader;
Coordination of scrum masters and agile ceremonies;
Release Train Engineer (RTE) (SAFe) providing SAFE coaching.
Coordinate Program Increment (PI) Planning
Responsible for quality management of programme/project management products and artefacts.
Facilitate retrospectives and learning from experience activities.
|Address where the work will take place||Ministry of Defence
|Working arrangements||The Programme Delivery Manager must be available to attend site at MoD Corsham, Monday to Thursday on a weekly basis to participate in the daily stand-up (Scrum).
Full working arrangements will be determined prior to any Contract Award.
|Security clearance||The Individual must have security clearance level at SC or above in order to work at the Ministry of Defence Corsham site.|
|Additional terms and conditions||DEFCON 76 (12/06) Contractor's Personnel at Government Establishments
DEFCON 522 (11/17) Payment and Recovery of Sums Due
DEFCON 531 (11/14) Disclosure of Information
DEFCON 532B (05/18) Protection of Personal Data
DEFCON 609 (08/18) Contractors Records
DEFCON 658 (10/17) Cyber
DEFCON 659A (02/17) Security Measures
DEFCON 660 (12/15) Official Sensitive Security Requirements
DEFFORM 111 (12/17) Appendix - Addresses And Other Information -
DEFFORM 532 (Edition 05/18) Personal Data Particulars
DEFFORM 702 (Edition 08/07) Employees acknowledgement to Employer of Obligations Relating to Employer Confidentiality
Access at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/knowledge-in-defence-kid
Security Aspects, Collaboration Agreement and Cyber Risk Assessment will apply upon any award of contract.
Skills and experience
|Essential skills and experience||
|Nice-to-have skills and experience|
How suppliers will be evaluated
|How many specialists to evaluate||3|
|Cultural fit criteria||
Questions asked by suppliers
|1. Can the authority please confirm the IR35 status of this requirement.||The intermediaries legislation does not apply to this engagement.|
|2. Is there a current incumbent?||There is no current incumbent.|