Relationship/Service Manager at Restoration & Renewal Programme (UK Parliament), London, 12 Months, to £850 per day

£650 - £850 per day
  • Contract Spy
  • London, UK
  • Nov 08, 2019
6 Months or more

Contract Description


Important dates

Published Thursday 7 November 2019
Deadline for asking questions Monday 11 November 2019 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications Thursday 14 November 2019 at 11:59pm GMT

Overview

Specialist role Service manager
Summary of the work Relationship Manager for Restoration & Renewal Programme Digital Service.

One CV submission only per provider.
Latest start date Monday 2 December 2019
Expected contract length 12 months
Location London
Organisation the work is for Restoration & Renewal Programme (UK Parliament)
Maximum day rate £850pd

About the work

Early market engagement  
Who the specialist will work with The Relationship Manager will be working within the Service Management Office, a service management team, also comprising an SMO Lead, a Project Manager, a Business Analyst, a Service Management Officer, a Finance & Asset Officer, an Accreditation Lead, a Service Transition Manager and a Service Insight Analyst. The role will also regularly interact with service providers and other members of the Data & Digital team.
What the specialist will work on The role is to manage the service portfolio to ensure customer satisfaction to the highest level, to maintain customer relationships, engage in supplier management and help develop and oversee a service integrator framework. This includes all aspects of the relationship management between all parties and developing the processes, activities and monitoring requirements to ensure customer success. The role is expected to continually review, challenge and modify these aspects to make the discipline mature and well-run. The Relationship Manager will be part of a service management team and will be expected to contribute and cover for other roles within it.

Work setup

Address where the work will take place 7 Millbank & the Parliamentary Estate
Working arrangements Typically, onsite 5 days a week; some remote working is possible when appropriate.
Security clearance The specialist will have to undergo Parliamentary security clearance; other clearances do not expedite this. The only exception is if the specialist already has a Parliamentary pass.

Additional information

Additional terms and conditions Parliament's Mandatory Terms for External Contract Agreements (available upon request)

Skills and experience

Essential skills and experience
  • 5+ years experience of ITIL practices
  • 5+ years experience of service portfolio management
  • 5+ years experience of consulting in service implementation and continual service improvement
  • Deep understanding of ITIL practices
  • Previous in-depth experience of customer and stakeholder relationship management
  • Previous in-depth experience of supplier management
  • Previous in-depth experience of service integration and management
  • Previous in-depth experience of performing CSI on own practices
  • Experience of deputising in other service management roles
Nice-to-have skills and experience
  • ITIL qualified (version and level required)
  • Experience of other ITIL practices
  • SIAM qualified

How suppliers will be evaluated

How many specialists to evaluate 3
Cultural fit criteria
  • No-blame culture and encourage people to learn from mistakes.
  • Supportive of and mentor to colleagues with less experience.
  • Challenge the process and champion their discipline.
  • Working as a team within a programme structure and with suppliers.
  • Active Stakeholder Management.
  • Can explain technical aspects to non-technical people.
Additional assessment methods Interview
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

35%

Cultural fit

15%

Price

50%

Questions asked by suppliers

1. Is this role expected to be inside ir35? As a DOS4 supplier, you have already stated that you work outside of IR35 under the framework agreement. We currently believe that this role would fall outside of IR35 but an ESI assessment has yet to be performed. Should the outcome of such an assessment not be in line with supplier expectations then there is no obligation on the part of the supplier to accept the role if it is offered to them.
2. Can the Authority confirm if they are working with an incumbent supplier ? There is no incumbent supplier for this role.
3. Is it SC clearance required or is it a special clearance for the Parliament? Parliament performs its own security clearance.