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Workforce Deployment & Analytics Leads, London

Job Ref: DJPF1089a
CLIENT: Metropolitan Police
Job Title: Workforce Deployment and Analytics Lead
Location: London
Salary: To £67,750 + Benefits



London is one of the most exciting and diverse cities in the world – and policing it is no easy task. It takes a huge number of people from all sorts of different backgrounds with a wide range of skills and experience. Do you have what it takes to help the Met Police in their mission to make life safer for over 8 million Londoners?

Working for the Largest Police force in the UK as the Workforce Deployment and Analytics Lead, you will be responsible for the resource planning, workforce deployment, insight and analytics development for over 43,000 officers and Staff.

Reporting to the Head of Workforce Planning and Deployment, this role carries responsibility for leadership across two functions; people insight, analytics and deployment. You will work collaboratively with colleagues across Workforce Planning and Deployment to support the development and delivery of the corporate resource plan.

Working with, leading and developing a large team, you will be responsible for the effective deployment of field and office resource to meet the resourcing plan, whilst identifying mitigation for any associated risks. In addition, you be responsible for the development and provision of analysis, insight and commentary in relation to workforce data and scenario modelling, for both internal and external customers.

If you are interested in applying, the successful candidate will have:
• Experience of leading teams undergoing change within a large and complex organisation; able to employ a range of ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ skills.
• A ‘seasoned professional’ in data analysis; has ‘an eye’ for analysis and able to use data to ‘tell a story’.
• Advanced Excel practitioner (VLOOKUP, VBA, pivot)
• Significant experience of utilising data visualisation, blending, modelling and analytics tools; recent experience in Tableau, Altryx and Oracle OBIEE is desirable
• Able to apply a strong understanding of data management, systems architecture and analytical technology to solve complex business problems; experience of using Oracle is desirable
• Proven experience within workforce forecasting, resource planning, scenario modelling and predictive analytics.

Douglas Jackson are working as a retained recruitment agency in partnership with the Met Police, any application submitted directly to the Met Police will be forwarded on to ourselves for consideration.

To apply for this position please forward a copy of your CV to: or visit us at: We will acknowledge receipt of your CV and if we are able to progress your application then a consultant will be back in touch with you to discuss your application and interest in more detail.

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Douglas Jackson are a specialist recruitment consultancy and executive search company, working specifically within the Executive and Skilled Customer focussed recruitment market place: We place individuals who effectively improve your Customer Service, who design, your Customer Strategy, who plan your Resource Planning and Workforce Management, transform your Customer Experience, who deliver Customer Insight, or lead and manage your Customer Contact.

Douglas Jackson are working as an Employment Agency in respect of this vacancy.
All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK and or territory/location specified. We will not be able to enter into any discussions or offer any assistance regarding sponsorship.

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