Delivery Manager at Data Service and Analytics (DSA), Home Office, London, to £765 per day

£600 - £765 per day
  • Contract Spy
  • London, UK
  • Jul 31, 2020
Duration not stated

Contract Description

 
Overview
Specialist role Delivery manager
Summary of the work Experienced Business Change Delivery Manager. Expert at working in National programmes within central government with experience of merging departments through the full business change cycle at strategic and operational level. Ideally qualified in coaching and mentoring to assist Programme resources achieve desired outcomes.
Latest start date Thursday 20 August 2020
Expected contract length  
Location London
Organisation the work is for Data Service and Analytics (DSA), Home Office
Maximum day rate £765.00 per day (excluding VAT)
 
About the work
Early market engagement  
Who the specialist will work with Head of Business Delivery Enablement, DSA Programme Manager, DSA Deputy Director, Transformation workstream leads and end users
What the specialist will work on In collaboration with the Head of Business Delivery Enablement, to design and develop the transition strand of the DSA transformation programme. Ensuring that 3 areas are merged to include people processes and systems, so DSA is mature enough in working as one unit to move into full transformation.
 
Work setup
Address where the work will take place Work will be carried out from a Home Office location primarily in Croydon and as required and in Suppliers' offices.
Remote by arrangement & as needed to accommodate current COVID-19 restrictions.
There may be working with other departments.
Working arrangements Working with the Senior Management Team to offer expertise on merger type change programmes. Ideally qualified in coaching and mentoring to assist Programme resources achieve desired outcomes. Working 2 days a week or the equivalent in hours over working week.
The role will work from the base location as required for engagement with stakeholders, Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:00.
Travel to stakeholder buildings within the M25 area on a regular basis. Additional travel outside of London may be required.
Expenses outside the M25 will be payable in accordance with the Home Office Travel (no Subsistence) policy.
Security clearance All staff must have Home Office SC level security clearance prior to starting work. Staff not in current possession of SC security clearance must be willing to undergo SC security clearance.
 
Additional information
Additional terms and conditions Statements of work will be agreed periodically with the supplier on a fixed price, capped T&M, or T&M basis with agreed deliverables.
Standard DOS framework and call-off terms and conditions.
Expenses outside the M25 will be payable in accordance with the Home Office Travel (no Subsistence) policy.
Adherence to DSA and HO security governance and standards is mandatory.
 
Skills and experience
Essential skills and experience
  • Expertise in working in central government on large business change programmes.
  • Expertise in designing and implementing business change methodology across government departments
  • Expert facilitation and stakeholder engagement skills (verbal & written) across all levels and various audiences.
  • Self-starter, confident, organised and capable of working both independently and collaboratively to tight deadlines in a pressured environment.
  • Expert in coaching and mentoring. Qualified and recognised Coaching and Mentoring qualification.
  • Experience of TUPE process or HR processes to develop org design.
Nice-to-have skills and experience
  • Have Office of Government Commerce Managing Successful Programmes qualification.
  • Have experience in analysis and use of programme and project management information to support effective decision making.
 
How suppliers will be evaluated
How many specialists to evaluate 3
Cultural fit criteria
  • Be able to provide knowledge-transfer and share best practice
  • Be able to maintain a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
  • Be able to evidence strong leadership
  • Have proven ability to make decisions where needed
Additional assessment methods
  • Reference
  • Interview
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

60%

Cultural fit

5%

Price

35%
 
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