Performance & Risk Officer

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 31883 - £ 36422 / Year
  • Category
    Public Sector - Public Sector
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference
    JN-102019-98602

Our client, a leading College are currently recruiting for a Performance & Risk Officer to start ASAP.



  • Location: Based in SE1 (London)

  • Pay: £31,883 - £36,422 per annum

  • Hours: Monday to Friday - 35 hours p/week

  • Type: Permanent

  • Start Date: ASAP


Performance Reporting



  • Producing regular performance reports covering KPIs and objectives across the directorate

  • Providing guidance and support to teams across the directorate in terms of reporting and performance reviews, promoting alignment of objectives and KPIs across, to support the effective flow of performance data and management information across all levels of the organisation.

  • Prepare information/reports on performance data, using spreadsheets and graphs as needed.

  • Quality assure the reporting information supplied by the departments, ensuring it is accurate and complete, and that anomalies are flagged up.


Risk Management Support



  • Producing templates, presentations and other useful documentation to support the risk management framework and processes.

  • Ensuring risk management documentation is complete and filed appropriately in accordance with good governance standards.

  • Providing papers on risk management for key management meetings and boards.

  • Updating the directorate's risk register as required, ensuring amendments are accurate and complete.

  • Support Developing documentation for evaluating risk management processes, collate and analyse responses as required, with a view to ensuring best practice and continuous improvement.


Business Planning



  • Collate and analyse responses for the annual business planning process, with a view to ensuring best practice and continuous improvement.

  • Quality assure the business planning and reporting information supplied by other directorates, ensuring it is accurate and complete, and that anomalies are flagged up. Keep staff updated on relevant changes.

  • Assist in the preparation of other monthly monitoring reports of progress against the Business Plan for the within Estates and Facilities so that action can be taken when activities fall behind the Plan.

  • Coordinate contributions to the directorate business plan, collaborating with colleagues across the directorate and ensuring information is accurate and complete.


This job description is not exhaustive of all the duties and responsibilities which could be contained within this position. The post-holder may be asked to undertake other duties and responsibilities which are commensurate with this area of work and grade.


Requirements:



  • Good level of education including Maths and English, GCSE's A-C or equivalent

  • Fully competent across the Microsoft Office suite, including PowerBI or similar software for data reporting and analysis

  • Ability to communicate effectively, internally across the organisation, and externally, including ability to carry out presentations to varying audiences

  • Ability to effectively engage with internal and external stakeholders

  • Ability to prioritise and work well under pressure in a busy environment

  • Ability to comprehend complex and accurately issues quickly

  • Three years' experience in performance management or related areas such as risk or project management

  • Experience of performing analytical tasks including managing multiple data sets, ensuring their accuracy and usefulness

  • Experience of database management or system administration

  • Demonstrable successful experience of risk management, performance reporting or business planning

  • Accurate in reporting and realistic in forecasting


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


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Please apply with your CV to: Libby Cella