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Career Development Strategy Lead

Employer
Morgan Law
Location
Kilburn, London (Greater)
Salary
£67,261 - £77,982
Closing date
17 Feb 2022
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Job Details

The Metropolitan Police Service (The Met) is the biggest police service in the UK ensuring the safety and security of a thriving economic, cultural and technological capital. London’s growing and ever-changing population of over 9 million is a wonderfully diverse and multicultural mix with 200 different languages spoken. And as one of the most visited cities in the world, London swells even further by an influx of daily commuters, tourists and visitors throughout the year. Ensuring the safety of London’s population and meeting the needs of each of these communities is a hugely complex and challenging task. It is the role of Met’s 45,000 Warranted Officers, Community Support Officers, Special Constables and Support Staff to ensure that communities across one of the world’s premier cities are safe as they go about their business, whether at home, at work or visiting. 

How the Met operates has changed significantly in recent years, achieving a step change in effectiveness, efficiency and confidence. But the scale of ambition for the future is even greater and is reliant on how the Met supports and grows the capability of its people. This is why the Met is now seeking an outstanding individual to join them in the role of Career Development Strategy Lead.

As Career Development Strategy Lead, you’ll lead a team of professionals within the Leadership, Inclusion and Talent Centre of HR Expertise and play a key role as part of the LIT senior leadership team in defining the Met’s strategic approach and plan for retaining and managing the careers and performance of its 45,000 people. You’ll work towards the Met’s aspiration to be the employer of choice in London through developing new thinking and approaches to promotion, performance and talent schemes. You will also link into the wider work to build a workforce that reflects the diversity of London through the Met’s diversity and inclusion strategy STRIDE.  

As an accomplished People professional and highly credible leader, mentor and coach, ideally with a background in Organisational Psychology, you will be a conceptual thinker with a strong track record of designing and developing high impact approaches for career development, career management, performance and learning. Adept at overseeing a multi-project portfolio of career development, performance and promotion projects within a large organisation, you’ll draw upon your expert analysis, diagnostic, influencing and facilitation skills to identify opportunities for change that give people across the Met the tools, knowledge and skills they need to do their role to the best of their ability.  You will also bring a research and evidence-based approach and an appetite and enthusiasm for change and new ways of working to quickly establish yourself as an assured and valued subject matter expert with a wide range of senior stakeholders.

Working in HR in the Met is a hugely rewarding experience, but also a challenging one. The Met’s HR teams are in high demand and you’ll need to demonstrate that you can adapt to, and navigate this complex and high demand environment, with confidence and flexibility.

By joining the Metropolitan Police Service, you will be helping to protect the lives of London’s communities. There’s nothing more rewarding than knowing that your efforts are having an impact on such a large and diverse community. If you feel you have what it takes to be the Met’s new Career Development Strategy Lead and would like to find out more, including how to apply, please contact our recruitment partners at Morgan Law at response@morgan-law.com.

The closing date for applications, which should include a detailed CV and personal statement is 11:59pm on 20th February 2022. 

The Met view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, the Met need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential. As a Disability Confident Committed Employer the Met have committed to ensuring that disabled people and those with long-term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.

Please note, all direct and third party applications will be forwarded to Morgan Law.

Company

Morgan Law has a 17-year track record helping leading organisations in the public and not-for-profit sectors recruit the highest calibre professionals for important roles across business support, middle and senior management levels.

Morgan Law’s market-leading Human Resources recruitment team places talented HR and organisational development professionals in permanent, temporary, interim and contract roles. Most of our consultants have been with Morgan Law for over 10 years, and many are CIPD qualified with practical experience of working in HR. Their highly-detailed knowledge and deep understanding of the market means they understand the skills, competencies and experience required to flourish in any given HR role.

If you’re looking for a permanent, interim or temporary job in human resources in the public and not-for-profit sector, Morgan Law has the expertise to help you find the next role from a wide variety of organisations including charities, NHS trusts and universities and colleges.

Roles we typically recruit include:

  • HR Director
  • HR Business Partner /HR Generalist
  • HR Transformation & Change
  • Organisational Development
  • Learning & Development
  • Recruitment & Resourcing
  • HRIS & Management Information
  • Pay & Reward/Compensation & Benefits

Our knowledge, expertise and consultative approach help us consistently deliver great recruitment experiences. Whether we’re helping you develop your career or find your next project, we’re committed to getting you the best results.

Apply for one of our jobs today, visit www.morgan-law.com or call us on 020 7747 4949.

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