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Assistant Manager - Infrastructure Government & Healtcare

Date: Dec 5, 2018

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

AutoReq ID140160BR
Job TitleAssistant Manager - Infrastructure Government & Healtcare
CountryUnited Kingdom
LocationLondon
FunctionRisk Consulting
Service LineForensic
Service Line InformationUsing a wide variety of technical and sector-specific skills, KPMG's Risk Consulting group proactively helps clients increase profits whilst reducing reputational, operational, financial and other risks. We are experienced in managing diverse issues including fraud, regulatory compliance, risk frameworks and modelling, capital efficiency, corporate governance, dispute resolution, deriving value from contracts and much more.

Forensic - Using specialist accounting, investigation and business skills in assisting clients involved in commercial or regulatory disputes or in the investigation of fraud and impropriety. Working in the team will mean getting involved in a broad range of projects, i.e. Fraud investigations, and tracing assets.

KPMG OverviewKPMG is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services. Through the talent of over 16,000 colleagues, we bring our creativity and insight to our clients’ most critical challenges.

With offices across the UK, we work with everyone from small start-ups and individuals to major multinationals, in virtually every industry imaginable. Our work is often complex, yet our vision is simple: to be the clear choice for our clients, for our people and for the communities we work in.

Job DescriptionThe team

Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare (IGH) Consulting combines specialists in Risk Consulting and Management Consulting with a passion for supporting the UK’s public sector. The IGH team in Risk Consulting has established a market-leading position supporting regulators and other public bodies with regulatory and policy change in all its variety.

We work closely with colleagues across tax, audit, deal advisory, data and analytics, financial management, economics, investigations and people and change (to name but several). Example projects in recent years include:
- Supporting a regulator with the development of the regulatory framework and programme management of the implementation for the regulation of a new profession
- Creating and managing award-winning programmes in leadership development
- Advising upon the design and implementation of the merger of multiple regulatory bodies into a new organisation
- Working with a regulator to help them design, engage and finalise their professional standards for education and training and the approach to quality assurance of these.
- Guiding a regulator through a programme of operational improvement following identification of major issues
- Working with universities and regulators on preparations for medical school expansion
- Working with a number of public sector actors to design public sector reform to key services, considering such things as workforce changes and impact

The role

- Perform a client delivery focussed role by contributing to the work of multidisciplinary teams in areas such as:
o Policy development and design
o Workforce re-design and transformation
o Reviews of governance or operational effectiveness
o Stakeholder engagement
o Policy implementation and evaluation
o Organisation design and development
- Undertake analysis of healthcare and public policy and regulatory issues, contribute to the development of appropriate solutions and communication with stakeholders and senior members of the team
- Develop networks across KPMG’s IGH practice.
- Contribute to the development of insightful proposals and propositions for the health and care regulation sector and wider public sector, which demonstrate KPMG’s market leading position.
- Develop technical knowledge technical knowledge of the health and care sector (both NHS and independent) and the regulatory system and workforce challenges to meet the needs of our clients.
- Prepare reports for review that are well drafted and concise, addressing complex issues.
- Provide coaching and guidance to junior staff.
This role can be based in London, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol or Birmingham.

The person

- Passionate about the potential for public services to support and transform lives within the UK and have recent experience within the regulatory/public policy arena.
- Good awareness of the issues of health and care and/or education policy and regulation and the public sector workforce reform agenda.
- Experience and able to demonstrate:
o Some experience of analytical capabilities - qualitative and quantitative analysis, such as data analysis, gathering evidence by conducting interviews, surveys, evaluation and other analysis on behalf of clients and as part of our project delivery
o An ability to deliver elements or sections of projects / client deliverables
o An ability to contribute to complex projects with diverse inputs where rigour and accuracy are essential
o Excellent written English and oral communication skills
o Ability to develop excellent working relationships.
- Reflective on your development areas and willing to push yourself to develop as a consultant.

Our DealIf the chance to work with interesting clients and innovative technology wasn’t rewarding enough, we’ll motivate you in other ways too. At KPMG you can expect real responsibilities and opportunities to grow professionally.


‘Our Deal’ sets out all the different ways you’ll be rewarded at KPMG. Among other things you can benefit from honest conversations about your career as well as a range of other rewards. In all these ways and more, we have created an environment that can bring out the best in you.

Flexible WorkingWhile some of our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, we are supportive where possible of helping you to achieve a balance between your home and work demands.

We are happy to discuss individual requirements and our range of flexible working arrangements could be of interest. Furthermore, as part of the recruitment process, we can put you in touch with people who work flexibly so you can understand from them what our culture is like.

Applying with a DisabilityKPMG are proud to be an inclusive, equal opportunity employer and we seek to attract and retain the best people from the widest possible talent pool. As a member of the Business Disability Forum we're committed to ensuring that you are treated fairly throughout our Recruitment Process. Should you be successful after the initial application stage, please discuss any reasonable adjustments that you may require, with your recruitment contact.

KPMG's commitment to diversity

We are proud of the value we place on individuality; we want you to bring your full self to work and truly maximise your potential. We believe that your individuality helps us to deliver the best results for our clients. Diversity of background, diversity of experience, diversity of perspective - that's the KPMG difference. But, don't take our word for it, find out more about diversity at KPMG.



Returning to work after a break
At KPMG, we appreciate that returning to work after an extended career break can be daunting. We understand that those with experience who have taken a career break have a wealth of experience and knowledge to offer our organisation, which helps us to achieve our business goals. We will support you to refresh your skills, develop your confidence and provide a supportive network across the firm to help you best integrate into the working environment. This role welcomes applications for individuals who have been out of work for 18 months or more and who have previous relevant experience.

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