ICT Transformation LeadFavourite
|Closes:||Friday, 22nd December 2017|
|Published:||Wednesday, 29th November 2017|
|Salary:||£70,815 - £79,641 per year|
|Hours:||35.00 hours per week|
|Contract Type:||Fixed Term|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Category:||IT / Telecommunications|
To be responsible for leading a comprehensive review of the current structure and delivery of ICT. To deliver the next steps of the ICT restructure and thereafter design and define the department’s future form and function including the development of innovative strategies and proposals for transformation and implementation that meets the ICT strategic requirements for Police Scotland.
Responsibilities and Duties
In conjunction with the Head of Service Management, lead on the design and development of a revised structure that incorporates innovative strategic thinking and delivers future organisational Technology objectives and strategic requirements.
Lead the design and development of a communication and engagement approach that enables the strategic objectives of the Policing 2026 Strategy to be supported.
Lead the effective transformation of ICT that improves service delivery and meets the expectations of key stakeholders.
Develop and manage a transformation and implementation plan that ensures ICT has the right skills, capacity and capability to support strategic objectives.
To be responsible for the development of a fully costed implementation plan that supports transformation proposals.
As part of the ICT senior management team contribute to the budget setting for 2018/19 and beyond; with personal responsibility to ensure that consideration is taken of future transformation proposals.
To be responsible for the preparation and submission of all business cases to support future transformation bids for both capital and revenue requirements to support the ICT change programme.
Work with the Head of Service Delivery to identify a network of key stakeholders and develop and maintain working relationships.
Lead on engagement with key external and internal stakeholders regarding transformation of service provision and manage customer expectations.
To engage with ICT staff to scope current demand, capacity and capability.
To engage with ICT staff through workshops, group discussions and one-to-ones to encourage creative input in the transformation of Corporate Communication.
Champion the transformation of the ICT function into a highly effective and respected function.
Will be responsible for creating and maintaining a risk register associated with the transformation of ICT.
To consider the equality and human rights impact on all proposals for transformation.
Will be responsible for managing and assessing risk within all areas of managerial/supervisory responsibility.
The above accountabilities and responsibilities are not exhaustive, and the Jobholder may be required to undertake additional duties that are consistent with the level and grading of the role.
Qualifications and Skills
Proven experience in leading an ICT function through a change process.
Ability to influence others at all levels.
External and Internal stakeholder management experience.
Excellent facilitation and presentation skills.
Excellent communication, stakeholder management skills.
Educated to Degree level (or equivalent) with extensive experience in IT
OR In the absence of formal qualifications, relevant working experience is required in order to support familiarisation and on the job training for the role.
Personable, pro-active, professional and able to demonstrate full commitment to exceptional customer care and service in all activities.
Ability to communicate and interact at all levels of the organisation.
Ability to work closely with colleagues in other corporate support functions.
Handles difficult personnel situations directly, using appropriate discretion, HR advice, and respect for the individual.
Exemplary communication skills.
Excellent IT skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and MS project
Excellent written/oral communication skills for reports and presentations
Excellent attention to detail skills
Experienced in project management
Policing 2026 is a collaborative and strategic programme of work being driven by
the Scottish Police Authority and Police Scotland that aims to transform the
police service incrementally over the next 10 years.
Police Scotland continues its public consultation on our Policing 2026
strategy and are now able to start to put the measures in place which will allow
us to begin the process of transformation that will be required once we have an
In order to start this vitally important transformation and change work, we will be
recruiting for some specialist roles to support us on this journey.
The strategy provides the opportunity to achieve long term sustainability and our
vision of 'sustained excellence in service and protection'. It will ensure Police
Scotland is sufficiently flexible to address new and changing demands to improve
outcomes for the people, places and communities of Scotland.
As part of the transformation journey, we will need to reshape and develop skills
in our workforce in a way that allows us to increase capacity and better meet
demand, and address threat and risk; transform our corporate services into a
lean, agile and efficient national support function; return police officers from
corporate support roles to operational policing; and improve frontline productivity
and effectiveness through investment in digital technology and modernisation of
our operating model.
Despite a changing world, our values of Fairness, Integrity and Respect will
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £70,815.00 to £79,641.00 /year
Fixed Term Contract for 18 months