National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP) Relationship Manager
0 Incomplete applications
18 Completed applications
17 SME, 1 large
- Thursday 20 October 2016
- Deadline for asking questions
- Monday 24 October 2016 at 11:59pm GMT
- Closing date for applications
- Thursday 27 October 2016 at 11:59pm GMT
- Specialist role
- Communications manager
- Summary of the work
- You play an integral role in securing access to data sources necessary to fulfil the wider data sharing ambitions of the programme and will own relationships/engage with data owners ensuring data sharing requirements/implications are understood whilst ensuring plans are put in place to address these in line with Ministerial direction.
- Latest start date
- 30/11/2016 subject to clearance
- Expected contract length
- 6 months initially with the option to extend for up to 2 years.
- Organisation the work is for
- Home Office
- Maximum day rate
About the work
- Early market engagement
- Who the specialist will work with
National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP) Leadership Team
National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP) Compliance Manager / Lead
Key National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP) data owners
- What the specialist will work on
Work collaboratively across National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP) to deliver the programme vision, developing and maintaining a stakeholder engagement strategy and plan to ensure consistent and coherent engagement across NPDP’s diverse stakeholder landscape.
Putting in place feedback actions monitoring the effectiveness of engagement activity, reviewing and developing existing engagement channels and emerging engagement needs.
Working with the NLEDP leadership team and business change manager/lead to identify/address engagement needs within the NPDP stakeholder base, mapping key stakeholders for NLEDP; and developing integrated engagement plans.
Supporting NLEDP colleagues delivering change across law enforcement by developing change communications and engagement activities.
- Address where the work will take place
- Home Office sites within M25. Initially based in 2 Marsham Street and relocating to Croydon at some point. Travel may be required to other sites, with travel expenses claimable, subject to Home Office T&S policy, for travel outside M25.
- Working arrangements
Onsite at least 3 days a week for face to face meeting.
- Security clearance
- Cleared or willing to undergo clearance to SC level.
- Additional terms and conditions
Skills and experience
Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.
- Essential skills and experience
- Proven experience of facilitating meetings and workshops with people from all levels of seniority
- Good experience of cultural, strategic and tactical business issues, and aligning digital and technology strategies with business goals when engaging with staff, stakeholders and customers
- Strong stakeholder engagement skills and the ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical people
- Experience of developing and delivering staff engagement plans in a technology environment
- Experience of managing a variety of stakeholder engagement tools, including the use of online channels
- Nice-to-have skills and experience
- An understanding of the government's digital and technology transformation agenda, and why the government is changing the way it does digital and technology projects
- An understanding of the law enforcement landscape.
How suppliers will be evaluated
- How many specialists to evaluate
- Cultural fit criteria
- Strong ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, leading the collaborative planning process, prioritising work that needs to be done against the capacity and capability of the team.
- A willingness to do work that is not part of your core role
- Assessment methods
- Work history
- Evaluation weighting
Questions asked by suppliers
- 1. Can you advise roughly when you think you will be moving to Croydon, are we looking in 6 to 12 months, or will it be this year. Also would there be an option to work from home at all?
- The current plan for the programme to move to Croydon is April 2017 although this could possibly be delayed slightly. With regards to flexible working, we encourage working from home but you will be required to work this around the needs of the business, bearing in mind that this role will involve attending various meetings.