Prison Service Pay Review Body ChairClosed
|Body:||Prison Service Pay Review Body|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Sector:||Prison & Policing|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||The role will be remunerated at a daily rate of £350 per day. Reasonable standard travel expenses will be payable.|
|Time Requirements:||The role will require a commitment of, around, 35 days per year.|
Closed for Applications
28/01/2019 at 12:00
Final Interview Date
Martin Williams Added 17/12/2018
Director of the Office of Manpower Economics • Representative of Organisation
Alison Wedge Added 17/12/2018
Deputy Director and Head of the ALB Centre of Expertise, Ministry of Justice • Departmental Official
Ellie Tack Added 17/12/2018
Head of Public Sector Pay, Workforce, Pay and Pensions, Public Spending Group HM Treasury • Departmental Official
Cindy Butts Added 17/12/2018
As Chair of the Prison Service Pay Review Body you will have responsibility for working corporately with members to advise the Government annually on the pay of Governors, Operational Managers, Prison Officers and support grades in England and Wales and equivalent posts in Northern Ireland.
The appointed individual should be available for Review Body duties from the end of May 2019. Candidates for the PSPRB post who are the Chair or members of other Review Bodies may apply, but would need to resign their current position if they were appointed.
This role represents an influential, worthwhile and intellectually stimulating challenge. We are looking for a new Chair with senior management level experience, and a strategic/senior level understanding of unionised environments and employee relations. To help you decide if you have the qualities and skills required for this post, we have listed below the criteria that we will apply when assessing candidates.
Candidates will be able to demonstrate the following:
- Have a recent, proven, substantial record of senior leadership and achievement in at least one complex organisation.
- Be able to chair a diverse group in discussions on complex and sensitive issues, to reach consensus around evidence-based and workable recommendations via active debate and logical argument.
- Be able to command the confidence of key stakeholders including Ministers, Review Body colleagues, Senior Government officials, unions and those within the remit group, through effective communication, interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills, with the ability to challenge opinions where necessary.
- Be able to analyse and evaluate large amounts of detailed written and oral evidence which can include complex qualitative information and economic and statistical data.
- Have a good strategic understanding of pay, pensions, performance management and reward issues in unionised environments, and an appreciation of the policy and financial constraints on pay decisions affecting the public sector.
- Have high standards of corporate and personal conduct – able to demonstrate a sound understanding and commitment to public service values, including a strong commitment to equal opportunities.
|Candidate Infomation Pack PSPRB Chair PSPRB December 2018|