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Locations UK-Edinburgh | UK-Glasgow
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(27/01/2023 20:12)
SENIOR CIVIL SERVICE PAYBAND 1: £94,000*   The Scottish Prison Service is inviting applications for the post of, Director of Finance - a relatively new, but already critical, role for the SPS which forms part of the senior leadership team. This is a Senior Civil Service post and is both permanent and pensionable.     The Director of Finance is a critical and influential strategic leadership role within the SPS.  The post-holder will take a lead position in providing coherent fiscal policy advice; identifying overall choices to ensure affordability and balanced budgets.   The post holder will be required to advise Scottish Ministers and Parliamentary Committees regarding financial matters concerning the SPS, and to provide draft responses to parliamentary questions and other correspondence.   The Director of Finance will lead a range of work-streams that are of systemic importance across the SPS. In particular, they will lead on the annual Budget and Spending Reviews.  They will operate at the most senior levels of the SPS, working closely with the Principal Accountable Officer, members of the SPS’ Executive Team, and members of the Risk Monitoring and Audit Committee.   The role requires extensive engagement and collaboration with colleagues across Scottish Government, and coordination of the Budget and Spending Reviews across Tax, SPS expenditure and investment.   The post also has management responsibility for the Estates and Procurement functions which includes, maintenance of current SPS prisons and the construction of new prisons, including HMP Glasgow and HMP Highland.    The successful candidate will be required to take up the post as soon as possible. Relocation expenses may be available.   Working pattern   This is a full-time role, but applicants on any working patterns are welcome to apply.  If you are interested in applying on a job-share basis, please make clear in your application if you wish to be considered as a pre-existing job-share partnership, or if you are interested in moving into a job-share arrangement.    We will assess proposed working patterns against the business requirements for the post and discuss all options with candidates.
ID
2023-5462
Closing Date
26/02/2023
Working pattern
Full-Time - Alternative Patterns Considered
Hire Type
External
Locations UK-Edinburgh | UK-Glasgow
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(27/01/2023 18:23)
SENIOR CIVIL SERVICE PAYBAND 1: £81,893 - £85,201   The Scottish Government is inviting applications for the post of, Chief Statistician, which sits within its Digital Directorate. This is an outstanding and rare opportunity: the chance to lead the statistics profession across the Scottish public sector and join the senior Digital leadership team of the Scottish Government.     This is a Senior Civil Service post and is both permanent and pensionable.     As Chief Statistician you will be legally responsible for ensuring that all official statistics published about Scotland are trustworthy, high quality and have an impact in improving decision making.     The successful candidate will be required to take up the post as soon as possible. Relocation expenses may be available.   Benefits of working for Scottish Government:   As a Civil Service employee, you’ll be entitled to a large range of benefits which include:   - 30 days annual leave on entry plus 11.5 days Public & Privilege holiday. - A competitive contributory pension scheme with an employer contribution of around 30% starting as soon as you join.  - Contributions come out of your salary before any tax is taken; and where your pension will continue to provide valuable benefits for you and your family if you are too ill to continue to work or die before you retire - Generous paid maternity and paternity leave which is notably more than the statutory minimum offered by many other employers - Interest-free loans allowing you to spread the cost of an annual travel season ticket or a new bicycle as well as access to the government’s Cycle to Work scheme. - The opportunity to use onsite facilities including fitness centre, staff restaurants, crèche and free parking - Occupational sick pay, employee assistance services and health and wellbeing initiatives.   Working pattern:   This is a full-time role, but applicants on any working patterns are welcome to apply.  If you are interested in applying on a job-share basis, please make clear in your application.   We will assess proposed working patterns against the business requirements for the post and discuss all options with candidates.  
ID
2023-5457
Closing Date
14/02/2023
Working pattern
Full-Time - Alternative Patterns Considered
Hire Type
External
Locations UK-EDINBURGH
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(26/01/2023 12:35)
National Records of Scotland (NRS) is a Non-Ministerial Department of the Scottish Administration and operates within the National Performance Framework set by Scottish Ministers. NRS supports several of the Scottish Government’s key National Outcomes and measures its Population Purpose Target.   We are now seeking to appoint the new Chief Executive of NRS who also fulfils the roles of two non-ministerial officeholders, the Registrar General for Scotland and the Keeper of the Records of Scotland.  
ID
2022-5298
Working pattern
Full-Time - Alternative Patterns Considered
Hire Type
External