Head of Case Management – Discrimination Complaints
Salary: £58,516 to £71,537 plus £3,216 location allowance. You will receive £58,516 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £71,537 will be via incremental progression
Build greater trust.
We need the trust of our workforce and the community to police and protect London. The way we manage discrimination complaints is therefore very important. We’re currently making major changes in this area: improving our policies and processes, recruiting dedicated teams and giving managers better training. We’ve also created a brand new role to take the lead on discrimination complaints. Take on this key, high-profile position, and you can make a positive difference to a world-renowned police service.
As our Head of Case Management, you’ll work to establish a culture where discrimination concerns are dealt with effectively. You’ll ensure that senior leaders understand the benefits of reducing discrimination complaints and transmit this to their teams. You’ll act as the subject matter expert bringing together resources in HR, Professional Standards and Legal to respond in a prompt, co-ordinated way. You’ll also build a network of stakeholders across the Met, which will regularly assess new and ongoing complaints to ensure they’re handled correctly. In many ways, you’ll be our resident expert, providing advice, guidance and recommendations. You’ll work directly with members of the Executive on some of our most high-risk people issues.
This is your chance to play a vital role in improving confidence in the Met. To join us, you must be a senior HR professional with a strong track record of managing complex employment issues – ideally in a regulatory environment. You’ll have dealt with high levels of risk, influenced senior staff and championed cultural change. You’ll also have built up impressive knowledge of Employee Relations and legislation. Your expertise comes with confidence, sound judgement and expert communication skills. Diplomatic and a great negotiator, you’ll be a resilient, articulate leader.
To apply, please visit our website to download a role specific information pack and click on the link to complete and submit the online application form. You will also be required to submit an up to date and detailed CV.
Completed applications must be submitted by 23.55pm on Thursday 22nd February.
Failure to send your CV will result in your application being terminated.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.