Oct 282020

Member (Collective Bargaining Experience) - Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body

Body: Armed Forces' Pay Review Body
Appointing Department: Ministry of Defence
Sectors: Business, Finance & Skills, Charity & Public Sector, Defence
Location: Predominantly London. The AFPRB also visit Service units in the UK and overseas.
Skills required: Business / Commercial, Change Management, HR, Major Projects, Regulation, Transformation
Number of Vacancies: 1
Remuneration: £300 per day
Time Requirements: Up to 35 days per year
Closed for Applications: 20/11/2020

Vacancy Description

Member with Board level experience of Collective Bargaining from an employee perspective.

The AFPRB provides independent, evidence-based advice on Armed Forces’ pay to the Prime Minister and SofS for Defence. In making recommendations, it takes into account the need to recruit, retain and motivate suitable people in the context of Service life, Government policies for improving services, funding, the inflation target and the need for Armed Forces’ pay to be broadly comparable with pay levels in civilian life.

Person Specification

We are seeking an individual with experience at a senior level of collective bargaining from an employee perspective. This could come from operating at Board level within a Trade Union, Human Resources or other environment. The successful candidate will need to be able to demonstrate the following essential criteria:

  • Proven knowledge and experience at Board level of collective bargaining from an employee perspective.
  • The ability to methodically evaluate large amounts of detailed written and oral information, and to use it for developing recommendations.
  • The ability to work collaboratively and effectively on a Board, providing evidence-based arguments and listening to the views of other members.
  • Strong influencing and communication skills; in particular, the ability to relate to a diverse range of stakeholders, and gain their confidence, including Ministers, Review Body colleagues,
  • Senior Government officials and those within the remit group.
  • Understanding of the broader context of changes in public sector management and pay, and the ability to assess how these might affect Service personnel.
  • Sharp and clear thinking, with the ability to debate and put forward considered argument.

Additional Information

British or Commonwealth citizens or Republic of Ireland nationals may apply.

How to Apply

Please complete and return the attached expression of interest and diversity monitoring form along with a copy of your most recent CV and send as email attachments, quoting the ref number, to;

[email protected]

If you have any questions or require further information please contact us via the above email address.


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