National Estates Lead - Band B | Counter Terrorism Policing

National Estates Lead – Band B

Contract type – Full Time

Location – London

Grade/scale – Band B

Salary – £50,897 to £62,015 plus a location allowance of £1,721

Information about the role

The national estates lead is a coordination role and will operate across the Counter Terrorism Network and build on the estates vision, strategic objectives and design principles and will:

  • lead, shape and manage the delivery of the National Estates Strategy
  • define future operational CTP scenarios
  • understand partner estate strategies
  • identify and agree a number of business, operational, workforce, estate and technology assumptions
  • lead different estate options at a national and regional level
  • work closely with senior leaders nationally and at HQ level ensuing the national estate is efficient, effective and fit for purpose
  • lead the coordination and acquisition of owned, leased and three party premises renewals including break clauses and exit strategies
  • develop an asset plan and prepare capital funding bids to address key building priorities
  • lead on the coordination of major projects with senior stakeholders, suppliers and contractors
  • engage with regional business managers to map each regions business and strategic investment requirements and options
  • lead on smarter working and increase utilisation making best use of available estate capacity whilst demonstrating value for money
  • vice chair of the National Accommodation Board

Responsibilities

  • optimise the use of core assets with some new provision in the southeast and south west working with national business managers and home force property service departments to fully utilise current building capacity
  • build a picture of all national estates assets by maintaining a high-level data base of all buildings and locations used by CTP which will include owned, leased and rented assets and their end, renewal and termination dates to be able to fully understand the impact of reductions and associated costs and savings
  • phase refurbishment of the Counter Terrorism Units (CTUs) and Counter Intel Terrorism Units (CTIUs) to ensure their fitness for the future
  • respond to lessons learned during COVID-19 and align with the workplace vision established by the CORVINA Programme (as appropriate)
  • implement the ten year National Estates Strategy to realise a new CTP workplace vision to support a smarter, more agile way of working
  • accommodate additional national requirements in the southeast with associated operational, partner and co-location benefits as outlined in the CTP Blueprint
  • rationalise and optimise other parts of the CT estates that are underutilised building capacity before creating new facilities enabling value for money
  • explore opportunities for co-location with other partners to enable stronger closer working relationship

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