Performance & Portfolio Reporting Manager
- £31,500 - £38,600
- London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
- Permanent, Full time
- 16 Aug 18 2018-08-16
Ofgem is committed to making a positive difference for energy consumers through effective regulation of the market and close working with suppliers to ensure sustainable energy for consumers and businesses in the UK.
The Ofgem Strategy and Forward Work Programme sets out the organisation’s priorities in detail, and the Performance & Portfolio Reporting Team has a key delivery support role. As a senior manager, you will actively contribute to the corporate leadership of the Finance and Risk Management team and the Delivery Directorate, supporting the production and delivery of Ofgem’s strategy through high quality performance information. It’s a significant opportunity to add value and drive change within your area of expertise. You will work closely with senior managers, be visible and enjoy the environment and support you need to progress your career.
A clear understanding of corporate portfolio management, reporting and corporate planning is essential. You must have a consultative approach to stakeholder engagement and change leadership, with the communication skills to convey complex information clearly and engage others in the subject matter. A strong knowledge of operational performance measures, reporting and delivery is vital, with the capability to implement processes, drive performance and ensure that portfolio information is robust, auditable and accurate.
Ofgem can offer you a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, which includes:
- Up to 30 days’ annual leave
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- The opportunity to join the Civil Service pension arrangements, which include a valuable range of benefits
- Flexible working hours and family friendly policies
- Subsidised gym and restaurant
- Interest free season ticket loan.
Closing date: 20th August 2018.
Ofgem is an equal opportunities employer. Protecting consumers and powering the future of the energy debate.