Deputy Director of Learning Operations and Delivery
Location: The post could be based at any of our hubs (Manchester, Croydon, Bedfont Lakes (Heathrow), or Folkestone. With regular national travel as required)
The Home Office mission is fundamentally important: to keep Britain’s streets safe and its borders secure. Each and every member of Home Office staff plays a part in making that happen.
With a budget of £13.6bn and a staffing profile of over 35,000, the Home Office leads on immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime policy, counter-extremism and counter-terrorism and works to ensure visible, responsive and accountable policing in the UK. These issues are at the heart of the Government’s agenda. The challenges the Department faces are significant and can change rapidly in the global environment in which we operate. This makes it one of the most exciting and stimulating Departments to work in.
We therefore need great people with relevant professional skills and capabilities to achieve our mission of building a safe, fair and prosperous UK. The Home Office learning function is at the heart of the Home Office becoming a listening learning organisation and ensures that the organisation can successfully develop and support capable, confident people through the design of quality learning activity and use of specific targeted Leadership, Learning and Talent strategies.
The Deputy Director of Learning Operations and Delivery is a brand new role being created as part of our HR Learning Transformation and will be accountable and responsible for the core centralised functions that underpin the entire Learning model within the department.
The key priorities will be to:
- Lead on the development and deployment of the departments Learning Technology & Systems Strategy. Ensuring alignment to the HR and departmental strategy and defining and contributing to the service improvement drive around automation of processes and innovation
- Deliver all Operational Learning across the Home Office including the setting of standards for all teams involved in the delivery of learning and wider leadership, learning and talent programmes and interventions working with cross government and external delivery partners
- Ensuring all enabling programme activity is managed effectively, efficiently and with great customer service – this includes programme administration, resource availability and allocation; facilities and estate management; learner enrolment; and attendance and record management.
- Ensuring that the Home Office Learning function is aligned to cross-government strategy and initiatives (particularly wider policy ownership that impacts Home Office business) and developing a Home Office offer that is consistent, inclusive, accessible and best in class across government.
The post holder will need to demonstrate strong leadership and relationship management skills, with an agile approach and an ability to network with managers and stakeholders at all levels. Building strong business relationships during a time of large-scale transformation and high-pressure delivery will be critical to ensuring successful delivery of learning priorities.
To find out more about this exciting role please click Visit Website, or for an informal conversation please contact Peter Guilder at GatenbySanderson (email@example.com or 07545 441127
Closing date: 23.59pm Monday 8th February 2021
The Civil Service embraces diversity and promotes equal opportunities. As such, we run a Disability Confident Scheme (DCS) for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria.