Prison Service Pay Review Body Member with Northern Ireland ExpertiseClosed
|Body:||Prison Service Pay Review Body (PSPRB)|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Location:||The role is based in London at the Office of Manpower Economics, Fleetbank House (7th Floor), 2-6 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8JX.|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||£300 per day|
|Time Requirements:||20 days per year. Members will be expected to undertake around three or four visits a year to prisons across England, Wales and Northern Ireland|
Closed for Applications
Noon 12pm 31st July 2019.
Final Interview Date
Head of Arms’ Length Bodies Governance Division, MoJ • Departmental Official
Chair of the Office of Manpower Economics • Representative of Organisation
Tim Flesher CB
Chair of the Prison Service Pay Review Body • Representative of Organisation
Independent panel member • Independent Member
The role of the member
As a member of the review body you will have responsibility for working collaboratively to:
- Assess the evidence of the parties (government and trade unions); and
- 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:
- 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.
- There must be no employment restrictions, or time limit on your permitted stay in the UK. You should normally have been a resident in the United Kingdom for at least three years prior to your application.
- You should not be employed in the UK civil service.
- Candidates for the PSPRB post who are members of other Review Bodies may apply, but would need to resign their current position if they were appointed
- The appointed members should be available for Review Body duties from October 2019.
- 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;
- 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;
- 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;
- A record of significant achievement operating at a strategic level within a complex organisation;
- A good understanding of the broader political context and community concerns in Northern Ireland;and
- You must demonstrate 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 an unionised environment.
- 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.
If you have any questions about any aspects of this post, you are welcome to contact Martin Williams – email@example.com.
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