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Workforce Planning, Insight & Design Lead

Crown Prosecution Service
East Midlands, Eastern, London, North East, North West, South East, South West, Wales, West Midlands
£38,180 - £43,390 (National) £39,750 - £45,530 + £3,150 RRA (London)
Closing date
6 Jun 2021

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Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time, Part Time / Job share
HR Jobs Level
Manager, Executive / Officer
Specialist Area
General HR Function, Workforce
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

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The Crown Prosecution Service sits at the heart of the criminal justice system in England and Wales, working to protect the public and create a safe society, ensuring the right person is prosecuted for the right offence and offenders brought to justice wherever possible.

We are a diverse organisation spread across England and Wales, supported by excellent technology and a highly committed,

professional workforce. We have been through much change over recent years, including changing how we work to

continue to deliver a service through the Coronavirus pandemic, responding to the changing nature of crime as well as addressing our resource challenges, and have emerged with increased levels of staff engagement.

As a result of promotion, we have a vacancy for a Workforce Planning, Insight & Design Lead to join our new CPS People Analytics & Workforce Planning team. This new team will work closely with the Chief People Officer and HR colleagues as we transition into our new HR operating model, supporting the strategic direction and delivery of the people element of our CPS 2025 business priorities.

 As a member of the CPS People Analytics & Workforce Planning team, you will have a key role in supporting the delivery of our five year strategic workforce plan, analysing the changing environment and business needs to maintain alignment with  business priorities, ensuring that the CPS to has the right people resources with the right skills, in the right place at the right time to deliver justice. The role will be using data expertise to support stakeholders across HR in analysing and understanding HR information to make better people decisions, enabling our people to perform at their best.

The ideal individual is likely to be a successful Human Resources professional or Project Manager who has worked closely with the people profession,  who is out-put focussed, adaptable and flexible, who has had some exposure to working at a strategic level, and a proven track record of managing stakeholder relationships in a challenging, complex operating environment.  Crucially they will also have experience of working with people data and producing / interpreting management information to support evidence-driven strategic level decision making relating to workforce planning.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a new team with an ambitious organisation, with a committed workforce and progressive people practices and the chance to work within an environment that directly impacts every citizen in the country.

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