One Member of the Prison Service Pay Review Body PAT150034-PSPRB-MEMBERSAnnounced
|Body:||Prison Service Pay Review Body|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Sector:||Prison & Policing|
|Location:||Meetings of the PSPRB are usually held in London. Members will also be expected to undertake around three or four visits a year to prisons across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||The role is remunerated at a daily rate of £300. Remuneration will be subject to PAYE tax and National Insurance Contributions. Reasonable standard travel expenses will be payable. The post is not pensionable.|
|Time Requirements:||The role will require a commitment of, around, 20 days per year.|
Closed for Applications
16/11/2017 at 12:00
Final Interview Date
Director of Office of Manpower Economics (OME) • Departmental Official
Deputy Director, Head of ALB Governance and Claims Management Regulation Division; • Departmental Official
Chair of the PSPRB • Representative of Organisation
Chair of the Parole Board • Independent Member
As a member of the Review Body you will have responsibility for working collaboratively to:
o Assess the evidence of the parties (government and trade unions); and
o Contribute effectively to the review body’s consideration of its annual recommendations to government under the guidance of the Chair of the review body.
Members have a responsibility for working corporately, with the guidance of the Chair of the review body, to:
o Consider the parties’ written evidence, views and proposals;
o Take oral evidence from the parties;
o Assimilate information and data on pay, policy, economic, workforce and financial matters;
o Weigh evidence and undertake independent analysis;
o Meet groups of staff and managers/leaders; and
o Formulate conclusions and make recommendations to government.
We are looking for someone with:
o a high degree of analytical intelligence including the ability to understand and interpret complex, qualitative information including, economic and statistical data, and to develop evidence-based, workable recommendations;
o strong communication, interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills. Ability to gain respect and keep the confidence of others through effective communication and influencing skills, and confidence to challenge opinions where necessary; and
o able to demonstrate high standards of corporate and personal conduct – including a strong commitment to equal opportunities, to act impartially and to uphold the independence of the Body.
o A record of significant achievement operating at a strategic level within a complex organisation.
o You must demonstrate at least one of the following:
– A sound understanding of unionised environments, pay bargaining and employee relations;
– A sound understanding of pay, pensions, performance management and reward issues;
– A sound understanding of the policy, financial and operational factors affecting pay decisions in the public sector;
– Experience of financial management at a high level in a private, public or third sector organisation with a multi-million pound annual budget;
– Experience of board or equivalent level management responsibility in a public, private or third sector organisation; and
– An understanding of national issues relevant to the work of the Pay Review Body.
• It will be important that a member’s other commitments do not cast any doubt on their ability to act independently and impartially in discharging the role; any potential conflict of interest must be declared.
• All members are required to adhere to the PSPRB’s Code of Practice – available at https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/prison-services-pay-review-body
How to Apply
How to Apply*: Send the following documents:
o A copy of your CV, in no more than two sides of A4
o A supporting statement that evidences how you meet all the criteria, in no more than two sides of A4
o Declaration of interests form;
o Previous or current public appointments;
o Names and contacts details of two referees (who will be contacted if you are shortlisted for interview);
o Political activity declaration form;
o Equal opportunities monitoring form, and the
o Guaranteed interview scheme declaration, if relevant.
Complete applications should be sent to: PublicAppointmentsTeam@justice.gsi.gov.uk ,receipt of applications will be acknowledged.
Reference Number: PAT150034-PSPRB-MEMBERS
|Supporting documents (2017-june 17)|