|Job Ref:||204664485||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Wiltshire||City:||Swindon||Address:||Post Code:||DY3||Salary:||£340/day||Post Date:||11/10/2016 08:55|
Job Title: Workforce Planning Analyst|
The Maximum Daily Pay Rate: £ 340 LTD
Location: South East, Shrivenham
Contract Length: 10/10/2016 to 08/04/2017
Minimum Security Clearance Level Required: SC
The focus of this role is to lead on the development of Digital and Technology skills as part of the broader programme of work to build and mature Information Skills across Defence. This role provides an exciting opportunity to shape Digital and broader Information skills as a key enabler to pan-Defence business, and to become involved in a range of activities aimed at taking forward the Information Professionals 'whole force' approach.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
* Translate business information strategy in to plans for developing Information skills pan-Defence
* Support the development of professional standards and functional competences for future business needs
* Define and implement Digital role profiles with required, skills, competences and training identified
* Support the development and implementation of the Digital competence framework and career pathways
* Identify Learning and Development interventions and support development of the Information training Compendium
* Analysis of work force MI to support the creation of Information capability plans
* Drive behavioural change through the sharing of best practice via the Information Professions governance framework, online communities of practice and relevant X-Government focus groups..
* Engage and work with accrediting bodies to maximise membership across the Information Professionals community
* SFIA Org Design & Dev. Enthusiastic tech-savvy individual with knowledge and experience of key developments in a constantly changing Digital industry and interest in developing digital skills.
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