Navy Finance Corporate Governance Policy Support Job at UK Government – Ministry of Defence in Portsmouth
Roles can offer great job satisfaction and there are many opportunities to develop and progress both within the Department and across the wider Civil Service.
Activities associated with supporting the Finance Specialist Services Team’s work, such as Skype meeting bookings, diary management, visitor escorting. Provide a flexible resource for administrative support to the Finance Specialist Services team and the wider finance team as required.
Activities associated with the administrating the Royal Navy Audit Committee (RNAC) and the Non-Executive Directors (NEDs), such as conference room booking, diary management, arranging site access, processing NEDs’ expenses.
We’ll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
Communicating and Influencing
We only ask for evidence of these behaviours on your application form:
Communicating and Influencing
As a civil servant in Navy Command, you will be part of a forward-looking organisation with inclusive workplace policies, excellent career prospects, and a job that makes a difference.
Navy Command prides itself on being a supportive employer and where possible encourages flexible working, helping you to maintain a great work/life balance.
Other benefits for Navy Command civil servants include:
- 25 days paid annual leave rising (1 day per year) to 30 days upon completion of 5 years’ service
- A very competitive pension scheme
- Personal & professional development
- Alternative working patterns for many roles
- Access to a confidential, professional support service
- Discount schemes
- Bicycle / season ticket loans
- Enhanced maternity, paternity, and adoption leave
- Special paid leave to volunteer up to 6 days a year
Our headquarters in Portsmouth also offers an impressive range of on-site facilities including a gymnasium, tennis courts, and other sporting facilities, a children’s nursery, a bistro restaurant, a shop and plenty of car parking spaces.
In Navy Command we believe that everyone has the potential to make a difference and you will be supported to help you learn and advance in your career. This includes working towards membership of a professional body and/or undertaking an apprenticeship as part of your role.
An apprenticeship is a combined package of work and training. Through an apprenticeship you will gain professional knowledge, practical experience, and the broader skills required to upskill you in your current role and pave the way for your future career. Most of the training will be ‘on-the-job’, with the remaining ‘off-the-job’ training often delivered by a training provider. This means minimal disruption and maximum impact.
Professional qualifications can be achieved through an apprenticeship and range from Level 2 (equivalent to 5 GCSEs), Level 3 (equivalent to 2 A Levels), and Levels 4 -7, which can give you a foundation degree, a full Bachelor’s degree, or a Master’s degree.
Apprenticeships normally last between 12 months – 3 years, depending on the level of the apprenticeship.
Anyone can undertake an Apprenticeship and everyone, regardless of age, can benefit from developing their skills in an accredited way.
Successful candidates can discuss their development options with their manager when in post.
This post does not offer any assistance with relocation allowances.
Any move to MOD from another employer will mean you can no longer access childcare vouchers. This includes moves between government departments. You may however be eligible for other government schemes, including Tax-Free Childcare. Determine your eligibility at https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/.”
About the Company
Company: UK Government – Ministry of Defence
Company Location: Portsmouth