Police Progression and Development Coach

Posting Date: 12 May 2020

Location: South West London, London, GB, SW8 2TG

Company: Babcock

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Progression & Development Coach (PDC)
London
ES&T
SF30839
 
About the role

Purpose of role: To manage, support and drive the progression of PEQF students from sign up to completion ensuring progression milestones are completed on target and any additional support is managed.

 

Major tasks and activities:
• To ensure allocated PEQF students meet set progression milestones
• Provide appropriate and effective feedback to students
• To effectively diary manage to ensure all students within allocated caseload are fully supported to meet company and contractual requirements
• Effectively schedule, prepare for and manage progression meetings with PEQF students in line with their individual timetable while balancing operational needs
• Support the student through their functional skills (where necessary) to ensure timely completion
• Support the on-boarding of PEQF students
• Development of individual action plans to address progression concerns
• Ensure progression reviews take a holistic approach across all components of the programme.  Ensure feedback from all relevant stakeholders (Babcock, HEI and MPS) is factored into the reviews
• Provide or engage with the relevant area to ensure the student is fully supported throughout the programme.  Including management of progression issues and concerns

 

Additional key accountabilities:
• Act as one of the Designated Persons (DP) for safeguarding across the contract
• Ensure Prevent and E&D is embedded into the progress reviews
• Build strong relationships with all stakeholders to ensure the best support can be provided to the student in order to maintain progression and resolve issues
• Ensure programme IT systems contain up to date, relevant and accurate data in relation to PEQF student progression
• Ensure all Babcock policies, processes and procedures are maintained and promoted, specifically those related to security, equality, diversity and inclusion; health, safety and environmental, and welfare and safeguarding
• Work within established company policies and procedures, including those related to government funding rules
• Maintain professional and current skills and qualifications through company training and other development opportunities. Ensure all Continuous Professional Development is recorded
• Promote the sharing of ideas across the contract
• Ensure Babcock and MPS Security, Health and Safety, Environmental, Information Assurance, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Welfare & Safeguarding policies and procedures are followed at all times within all areas of responsibility
• Build a positive team culture, based on the company values which promotes equality, diversity and inclusion

 

Key outputs / deliverables:
• Achievement of agreed KPIs
• Students’ progress in line with agreed outputs and set KPIs
• Timely and overall completion targets met
• Minimise out of funded students (i.e. those past their completion date)
• Personalised actions plans to support effective progressions for PEQF students and to ensure timely resolution of issues
• Highly organised, well communicated and on track caseload
• Functional skills completed in line with KPIs
• An outstanding experience to students on the programmes
• Programmes delivered in line with Babcock and HEI quality standards
• Ensure provision delivery meets a minimum of a grade 2 Ofsted grade (measured through internal inspection)
• CPD logs accurately maintained
• Student records are kept up to date
• Ensure safeguarding of all students

 

Describe with whom the role regularly interfaces:


External
• Students
• MPS staff (e.g. Line Managers, Tutor Constables, Coaches)
• HEI partners (e.g. Lecturers, Module Leads)
• Inspection bodies (OfS / QAA / Ofsted)

 

Internal
• Line Manager and PEQF management team
• Other PEQF staff (e.g. Lecturers, Module Leads, IQA)
• Apprenticeship Services
• Planning and administration team

 

Security status:
• Requires enhanced DBS through the Disclosure and Barring Service and military security clearance
NPPV 2 (possibly 1)

 

What do I need to do the role?

 

Key technical skills / competencies:
• Excellent literacy, numeracy and communication skills
• Ability to support, motivate and inspire others; driving performance and professionalism
• Strong KPI and performance focus in delivery
• IT literate and able to use a variety of software (including MS Word, Excel PowerPoint and Outlook)
• Industry experience in relevant sector
• Analytical in approach, driving fact based decisions, reports and support

 

Key behavioural competencies:
• Willing to undertake travel as the role and business needs require
• Demonstrate a high level of organisational skills and self-motivation
• Ability and desire to be flexible around delivery in order to accommodate operational policing demands
• Strong interpersonal skills with excellent written and verbal communication abilities
• Results focused with the ability to work under pressure

 

Company / industry knowledge:
• Comprehensive understanding of policing and the evidence base current context, challenges and issues, gained either through previous operational or academic experience
• An understanding of the Police Educational Qualifications Framework, Authorised Professional Practice and / or Policing Professional Framework
• Experience of supporting and driving the progression of students delivering apprenticeships or other work-based learning (desirable)

 

Qualifications:
• Strong operational experience in policing (ideally within the MPS)
• Level 2 qualification (or higher) in maths and English
• Educated to degree level or equivalent (desirable)

 

What else do I need to know?

• All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK and be subject to satisfactory security clearance which includes 3 years reference checks. Verification of any qualifications/passport/licences must be shown at interview stage.

 

Application Guidance

If you are currently employed by Babcock/Cavendish Nuclear please let your line manager know that you’re applying for this vacancy.  You should also let them know if you are attending an interview or assessment for a role.

Please note that you will not be able to access the vacancy details after the closing date so you may wish to keep a copy of this advert and any supporting documents for your records.

We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strives to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. 

If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages please let us know and we will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs.

 

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