Prison Service Pay Review Body - Member with experience as a Labour Market EconomistClosed
|Body:||Ministry Of Justice|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Sectors:||Business, Finance & Skills, Judicial, Prison & Policing, Prison & Policing|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||£300 per day Remuneration is taxable and subject to Class 1 National Insurance contributions. The role is not pensionable and in some circumstances your remuneration may be abated if you receive a public service pension – you will need to seek advice from your pension provider on this. Reasonable standard travel expenses will be payable.|
|Time Requirements:||The appointment will run for five years. Time commitment is up to 20 days per year.|
Closed for Applications
14/02/2022 at 09:00
Final Interview Date
David Fry Added 25/01/2022
Director of the Office of Manpower Economics
Alison Wedge Added 25/01/2022
Deputy Director, Head of Ministry of Justice ALB Centre of Expertise • Departmental Official
Tim Flesher Added 25/01/2022
Chair of the PSPRB • Representative of Organisation
Tom Hemingway Added 25/01/2022
Deputy Director for Labour Markets and Distributional Analysis HM Treasury • Independent Member
As a member of the PSPRB you will:
Work collaboratively to:
- Assess the evidence of the parties (government and trade unions); and
- Contribute effectively to the PSPRB’s consideration of its annual recommendations to government under the guidance of the Chair.
Work corporately, with the guidance of the Chair, to:
- Consider the parties’ written evidence, views and proposals;
- Take oral evidence from the parties;
- Assimilate information and data on pay, policy, economic, workforce and financial matters;
- Weigh evidence and undertake independent analysis;
- Meet groups of staff and managers/leaders; and
- Formulate conclusions and make recommendations to government.
- Proven senior level experience of economics in the academic and/or business world and associated record of achievement – with the ability to apply this expertise to labour market issues.
- An ability to scrutinise, interpret and analyse complex, qualitative information including, economic and statistical data, and offer well developed, evidence-based, and workable recommendations;
- Ability to work at a strategic level within a complex organisation;
- Highly developed inter-personal communication and influencing skills, with an ability and confidence to develop and maintain effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders;
- Evidence of high standards of corporate and personal conduct – to act impartially and uphold the independence of the PSPRB; and
- You must evidence at least one of the following:
- A sound understanding of the policy, financial and operational factors affecting pay decisions and pay bargaining in the public sector or a unionised environment; or
- Experience of financial management at a senior level in a private, public or third sector organisation.
The Commissioner for Public Appointments ensures that appointments are made in accordance with the Governance Code and the principles of public appointments. All appointments follow a recruitment process set out in the Governance Code for Public Appointments.
|PSPRB x 1 Members - Candidate Information Pack - January 2022|