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Remote
£68,407 - £87,781 per year
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

London: £70,995 to £87,781 | National: £68,407 to £76,800 

The College of Policing is the professional body for the police service in England and Wales who work to share knowledge and good practice, set standards, and support professional development for police officers and staff. Although we're a small organisation, our work has a big reach. We are uniquely placed to work both with national policing organisations and local forces to support frontline officers, staff and volunteers in their day-to-day roles.  We offer a supportive and inclusive environment for people to thrive.

This post can be based remotely with occasion travel to the headquarters in Ryton-on-Dunsmore (CV8 3EN) or regional offices including London, for individuals based close to an COP office then the team are in a couple of days a week. They offer extensive flexible-working policy, employee wellbeing support, family friendly policies, employers’ network for equality and inclusion membership (ENEI silver award winners), and status as a disability confident leader means everyone can bring their whole self to work.

The Head of Finance and Procurement will report to and work closely with the Director of Enabling Services leading the Finance Team. This team is highly competent, reliable, and experienced in what they do. A Senior Leadership role supporting the Chief Executive and Directors to lead, plan and implement the College’s agreed strategic priorities, ensuring products are fit for purpose and have the greatest overall benefit for end-users in policing.

The key responsibilities of the Head of Finance and Procurement will be:

  • Engage, build and influence relationships with internal and external stakeholders providing strategic vision, leadership and accountability. Evaluate the impact of College policy, products and services to understand stakeholder impact and contribution to the College’s agreed strategic priorities Champion the efficient use of College resources and budgets
  • Develop transformational strategy, policy and proposals to deliver the organisation’s agreed strategic priorities, utilising research and best evidence to apply rigour and challenge.
  • Lead financial and procurement strategies and planning for the organisation, making appropriate and timely recommendations to the Executive and College Board
  • Lead the overall management of day-to-day internal financial controls and assets including the detection and monitoring of fraud, and financial risk management
  • Identify, analyse and manage strategic risks proactively, reporting, escalating and putting in place mitigation as appropriate and ensuring all risk assessment is timely, proportionate and balanced with the operational realities and requirements of policing
  • Develop, lead and performance manage individuals through line management and/or matrix management arrangements as required, ensuring adequate resourcing is planned to meet objectives and that project and programme management disciplines support the delivery of key initiatives

The successful Head of Finance and Procurement will have:

  • You must be ACCA, CIMA or ACA fully qualified finance professional
  • Strong ability to build effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels and work collaboratively to achieve objectives
  • You will have led a team or teams during your career
  • Strong ability to effectively challenge and influence others, including more senior colleagues and stakeholders, to ensure the right outcome is achieved
  • You will have experience of managing budgets and forecasts, dealing with external stakeholders (such as internal and external audit), and have been involved in risk management and performance management
  • Able to communicate with, engage and inspire others at all levels

Robertson Bell is exclusively partnering with the College of Policing to recruit a new Head of Finance & Procurement with the role based remotely or from one of the offices. The benefits package is generous including up to 31 days of personal annual leave and around 28% Employer contribution to pension. 

Application resources
Posted by
Robertson Bell View profile Company size Size: 21 - 50
Posted on: 28 March 2024
Closing date: 27 April 2024 at 23:59
Job ref: RB34857
Tags: Finance,Senior Management,Management