DII Assessment Toolset Agile Project Manager required in London - £55k pa
Our client is looking to recruit an Assessment Toolset Agile Project Manager to manage the agile development and delivery of a web-based toolset to enable police forces across England and Wales to assess their level of DII maturity and inform the continuous improvement of the National DII Target Operating Model for local policing. This will be based on an established framework called Crystallise that has been developed by Gloucestershire, Essex and Durham Constabularies.
Working with existing Digital Policing Portfolio resource, this role will provide management and oversight of procurement activities for supplier services to design and develop the toolset in addition to commissioning the College of Policing to provide user training services for the toolset.
The post holder will be required to provide agile project management of the delivery of the toolset into service in addition to the design and delivery of user training to police force representatives. This will include the co-coordination of supplier teams, policing partners and the user community to ensure the resulting DII Assessment Toolset meets the requirements of the police forces and the DII programme and Digital Policing Portfolio.
The essential requirements are:
The post-holder must be able to demonstrate;
Salary: £55k per annum plus benefits
Full Time: Mon – Friday (Office Hours)
Contract: This post is on fixed term contract for a period of 12 months (length of contract will be reviewed after 12 months) and is based in London although some UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible.
Applications should be submitted as a letter of interest to include details of how you meet the required standard of knowledge, skills and experience for the role (detailed above), to a maximum of 500 words.
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