Pay rate - DOE
Duration - 6 months +
Hours - Full time or 4 days a week
Our client is seeking to add a newly created post of Policy Manager to their in house Governance offering. This is a locum post for an initial 6 months, with the possibility of extension and potential long term permanent opportunities.
Policies and procedures provide a framework for how the organisation operates and are a reflection of their values, a dynamic body of shared standards used to strengthen and support success. It will be your responsibility to ensure the necessary policies and procedures in place, as well as a system to manage them as part of the internal Compliance Framework.
The Policy Manager will develop the policy framework within the Compliance Framework which will enhance compliance and ensure high levels of professional operation. The role requires a smart and motivated individual to be a key member of the Information and Compliance Unit. Responsibilities include central coordination and oversight of all organisational policies, a consistent approach for the management of corporate policies and regulations and advice, support and assistance to Directors in identifying and drafting policies and procedures.
Other duties will include:
- To manage the internal policies or procedures throughout all of the stages of the policy cycle including drafting, editing, approval, updating, distributing, gaining employee compliance and maintaining an auditable database of records.
- To support the effective development of the policy framework within the Compliance Framework with the creation of a Central Policy System.
- Build an end to end process to manage the organisation's policies or procedures throughout all of the stages of the policy cycle.
- Build strong working relationships with subject matter experts (SMEs), technical leads and other key stakeholders.
- Work with stakeholders and SMEs to write, edit, proof-read and maintain policy documents.
- Maintain change and version control of documents, taking ownership to ensure that quality and accuracy are maintained.
This is a very exciting opportunity to join a developing team and really make a difference to this organisation and how it's policies are implemented and controlled. The successful candidate will have previous experience of the above tasks and be able to start work at short notice.
This role shall be worked remotely for the foreseeable future and all IT equipment shall be provided by the end client.
For more information or to apply please contact Kate Jasper in our Manchester office.
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