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The Home Office added that the successful candidate will also be expected to work across the department’s DDaT function – and that of the wider civil service.
“In addition to your remit, you’ll be a visible and active member of DDaT’s senior leadership team, contributing to the evolution of the DDaT directorate and ensuring that we are recognised for being a future focused, enabling function,”
it said. “You’ll also help us to build an industry leading profession, attracting, developing and motivating exceptional people who are invested in our work, championing civil service leadership values and taking on specific responsibilities relating to equality and diversity along with other corporate objectives.”
Applications for the role are open until 31 May. Exercises to draw a longlist and undertake preliminary interviews will commence on 10 June, with a shortlist to be drawn up by 26 June. Assessments and “fireside chats” will follow in the three weeks thereafter, with final panel interviews scheduled for 22 July.
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