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Human Resources
£37,569 - £45,189 plus £1,639 location allowance
Weekly attendance at the London NW6 office with hybrid flexible working arrangements
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Central Government
Adrian Lewis

The Metropolitan Police Service is the largest police service in the UK. It is the role of the Met’s 45,000 Warranted Officers, Community Support Officers, Special Constables and Support Staff to ensure the safety and security of London’s wonderfully diverse and multicultural population of over 9 million residents, as well as thousands of daily commuters, tourists and visitors. The Met is already the biggest and the most diverse it’s ever been and this will be the biggest year yet for Police Officer Growth. Attracting, engaging and identifying the best talent for both Police Officer and Police Staff roles across the Met is a large-scale, complex and challenging task, which is why the Met is now seeking a talented Resourcing Partner to join their Resourcing team.

As Resourcing Expert you will work closely and collaboratively with hiring managers, HR Business Partners, and outsourced providers in the delivery of a range of volume, non-volume and senior staff recruitment activity. You’ll act as an internal consultant and strategic expert on selection and recruitment activity and provide a key contribution to developing recruitment and assessment solutions and driving delivery to meet the Met’s annual workforce plan and the Met People Strategy.

To be considered you will ideally demonstrate:

  • Previous experience within an in-house recruitment function/team that ideally includes experience of delivering recruitment through an outsourced provider
  • Experience of providing advice, support and recommendations to hiring managers on recruitment and assessment/selection activities including advertising and media placements, recruitment timetables and planning, drafting interview questions and/or assessment exercises, advice on options and recommendations for filling vacancies / identifying resource requirements, pre-employment checks and processes
  • A demonstrable understanding of the importance of candidate engagement and communication throughout the recruitment process
  • Excellent relationship building skills with a range of stakeholders, including senior levels
  • Project support/management experience to work across teams and with others to deliver priorities and projects

    For further information, including the recruitment pack, or to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please contact our recruitment partners at Morgan Law or visit
    To apply please provide a detailed CV and an additional Personal Statement. Your Personal Statement should ideally be no more than 1 page and outline why you are interested in the role and how your skills and experience demonstrate your suitability for the role.

    Please note, all direct and third party applications will be forwarded to Morgan Law