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Director, IGH Consulting - Local Government

Date: Jul 14, 2021

Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

Director, Local Government


Infrastructure,Government and Healthcare Management Consultancy





The Team





We are a global leader ininfrastructure, government and consulting public sector, with a long trackrecord of working across the UK in local government, central government,policing, transport, healthcare and higher education. We are investing ingrowing our team to meet growing demand and make more impact for our clients.


Our goal is to help our clientsand deliver meaningful change. We aim to be the transformation and majorprogramme delivery partner of choice to public bodies in the UK, drawing on ournationally distributed team and wider global networks and expertise.





Our team builds long termrelationships with our clients, focussed on organisational change, digitaltransformation and system redesign. We help our clients rethink public servicesfor the digital age. We go from design all the way to delivery, to help buildcapacity and capability and to create the infrastructure needed to fueleconomic growth.





We want to recruit talented peoplewho have the energy and drive to succeed in a dynamic and challengingenvironment, and who have a passion for public services and deliveringmeaningful outcomes in society. We believe we are market leaders in promotingdiversity and inclusion in the workplace and want to encourage applicationsfrom people of all backgrounds and cultures.



Our Local Government Team is anintegral part of KPMG’s Infrastructure, Government and HealthcarePractice. Joining our industry leading practice will expose you to workon a range of high profile assignments helping local government address theirmost challenging issues and achieve their biggest opportunities. You willbenefit from working with and alongside specialists from a number ofdisciplines and experts from our Global Centres of Excellence.



The Role


As a Director in our rapidlyexpanding IGH practice you will be central to the development of our growthstrategy, identifying opportunities for KPMG to make an even greater impact,originating new work, and managing sustainable growth.


As part of this you will lead thedesign and implementation of large-scale public service reform, performanceimprovement, and transformation programmes, with a particular focus on local government.You will bring together KPMG and client capabilities to solve complex problemsand delivery ambitious outcomes.





As an experienced leader of changein the public and/or private sectors, you may specialise in programme deliveryor another discipline, and will also being enough expertise and experience ofdigital transformation, public policy, procurement, technology, and operationaldelivery to design and oversee overarching change programmes.





You will be working with seniorclients including programme directors, Chief Operating Officers, SROs, CEOs andPermanent Secretaries, as well as leaders in the wider public sector includingpolicing, infrastructure and transport, and health.





You will also lead, manage anddevelop KPMG teams, capabilities and propositions, and will be accountable fordeveloping our ability to deliver high quality work for clients as we continueto grow our share of the market. You will help our people to grow and shapetheir consulting careers across IGH and the wider firm.





Joining our industry leading IGHpractice will expose you to work on a range of high-profile assignments helpingorganisations, politicians, officials, policymakers and public sector leadersaddress their most challenging issues.


Responsibilities:


Successful candidates will worktogether with KPMG colleagues and clients to:


Identify options and solutions to address complex client issues and challenges

Perform a client delivery focused role which typically involves the leadership of complex and large-scale public service reform, advice on policy and regulatory issues, assessment of operational frontline delivery, and communication and engagement with senior clients and stakeholders

Develop and sustain client relationships by demonstrating insight and understanding of the challenges facing clients, at a personal, organisational and system level

Lead and develop insightful proposals and propositions which demonstrate and contribute to KPMG’s market leading position

Win and lead client delivery engagements which are commercially viable

Lead our teams day-today to produce compelling analysis, presentations, reports and other deliverables that are well drafted and concise, whilst also addressing complex, politically-sensitive issues

Design, plan, facilitate and lead events, workshops and interactive sessions to support our clients

Proactively maintain project oversight, including financial and project risk management

Develop networks across KPMG to bring additional expertise and value to our clients





Skills &Qualifications


You will be a talented and ambitious senior consultant with experience of originating and delivering consulting services in local government OR an experienced senior leader in industry or the public sector, with a background in local government

You will have the credibility and experience to lead KPMG and client teams to assess, design, plan and deliver complex programmes of work

You will have a good understanding of the government policy agenda and demonstrate a strong desire to support clients in these areas. Ideally, this would include an in depth understanding of a particular area of government policy and delivery, such as criminal justice

You will have experience of managing and balancing political, reputational and commercial risk

You will be comfortable operating in highly politicised environment that attracts scrutiny from the media and from parliament

You will understand the evolving nature of government service delivery and how KPMG’s services can support that evolution

You will have significant people leadership and performance management experience, including experience of coaching or managing a wide range of staff.

You will be experienced and comfortable presenting findings and analysis to board-level clients, Ministers, and governing bodies

Ideally, you will have a keen interest in areas such as digitally led care system redesign and strategy, system wide approaches to developing new models of care, an understanding of global best practice in healthcare reform, and the role of health and care providers as anchor institutions






Qualifications required for this role are not prescriptive. You willhave considerable relevant experience and will need to demonstrate:

Track record of originating and delivering high value government-orientated consultancy services, OR experience of developing and leading large-scale transformation programmes

Access to a broad, relevant network of government policy and delivery stakeholders who see you as a trusted advisor

Ability to thrive in a fast-paced working environment including taking initiative in ambiguous and fluid situations

Experience of leading programmes and large-scale projects, especially those with a digital and technology component

Hold HMG Security Clearance or be able to obtain clearance when you join us


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