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Resourcing Advisor - 12month FTC

Location: London

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: OEH

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


Resourcing Advisor (“RA”)
Location – UK flexible
Duration - 12 months FTC


Job Summary
Resourcing is a critical business function at KPMG. It ensures that our Client engagements have the right people, with the right skills, in the right locations, available at the right time.
Resourcing ensures the effective utilisation and development of on and offshore resource. Its responsibilities range from workforce planning and headcount management to demand and supply management for client engagements.

Effective Resourcing contributes significantly to KPMG delivering its business performance but also plays a key role in helping individuals at KPMG fulfil their career ambitions.

Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities
Delivery

• Allocation of client facing staff to projects; drawing on robust negotiation skills and commercial awareness to resolve conflicts and escalating issues when necessary
• Drive effective resourcing across the business by building excellent relationships and making the most of knowledge sharing across the wider One Firm Resourcing team to maximise utilisation by team
• Influencing key stakeholders on resource selection to achieve maximum utilisation and effective skills/grade mix on projects
• Work with engagement managers to ensure profitability is kept at the forefront of resourcing decisions
• Attending weekly sales pipeline meetings and flagging any potential resourcing conflicts, challenges and successes to Resource Manager
• Understand Headcount planning and the need for any additional staff. Proactively communicate with the Resourcing Manager on any issues and concerns arising from the level of headcount we have and the level of on-going commitments.
• Provide ad-hoc support to the Resource Manager. This will include assisting on headcount forecasting across Regions and any ad hoc projects to implement ongoing improvements across our resource management processes

MI & Reporting
• Reporting on available resources, or those working on non chargeable activities, escalating issues where appropriate
• Ensuring that Retain is accurate by working closely with their off-shore Resource Administrators
• Reporting weekly to key stakeholders on MI such as forecast, actual utilisation and lending and borrowing rates, monitoring and investigating discrepancies between the data on a weekly / monthly basis and providing insight to the management team, highlighting any potential concerns of shortfall / over utilisation and any budget challenges
• Analyse resource data and highlight and concerns in periods of peak holiday, training or non chargeable activities that will impact business performance
• Responsible for chasing down variances between SAP and Retain and that any repeated non-compliance is escalated to Resource Manager and People Leaders
• Provide commentaries as required for dashboard reports for leadership team reporting as required

Stakeholder Management
• Build and maintain strong relationships with HoPos, Performance Leaders and Engagement Managers to support resourcing processes and feed back when required on performance management issues
• Developing strong relationships across the wider resourcing community (UK and International); sharing resources across practices where appropriate
• Support the Performance Management of individuals by working closely with Performance Managers to identify the right opportunities for individuals to allow them to grow and develop
• Responsible for the regular promotion of KGS and Graduates within their Capability area to maximise commercial benefits
• Liaise with Engagement Leaders to seek feedback on performance and utilise this to enhance development opportunities moving forwards
• Visit client sites as appropriate, to allow relationship building with the client facing team / engagement managers, aid forward planning and ensure forecasts are reflected accurately in Retain
• Meet and greet all new joiners to introduce Resource Management processes and understand their skills and career aspirations and skills matrices are completed
• Meet with all staff before they complete engagements to ensure mini bios and skills matrices are completed and updated on completion of engagements or at least every 6 months

Key Deliverables
• Achieve / exceed utilisation targets across the Service Line group in line with business goals / objectives
• Cascade accurate MI reports that support the business in making key strategic decisions in relation to resources / engagements
• Provide weekly commentaries on current utilisation rates, MI and resource challenges / successes so the business are kept up to date on current resource situation

The Individual
• Strong resource management experience
• Commercial awareness
• Strong team player
• Flexibility
• Excellent communication and relationship management skills
• Ability to work under pressure
• Ability to use initiative and influence key stakeholders / decision makers
• Confident, assertive and resilient and is able to prioritise their workload during busy periods and comfortable to 'push back' and challenge when necessary
• Ability to understand and balance the business goals along with individual's goals
• Ability to build relationships with client facing staff and represent their needs in resourcing decisions

Resourcing Advisor - Connected Technology - 12month FTC

Location: London

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: Resourcing

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


***Flexible on location*** Manchester, Leeds, London

Resourcing is a critical business function at KPMG. It ensures that our Client engagements have the right people, with the right skills, in the right locations, available at the right time.
Resourcing ensures the effective utilisation and development of on and offshore resource. Its responsibilities range from workforce planning and headcount management to demand and supply management for client engagements.

Effective Resourcing contributes significantly to KPMG delivering its business performance but also plays a key role in helping individuals at KPMG fulfil their career ambitions.


Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities
Delivery

- Allocation of client facing staff to projects; drawing on robust negotiation skills and commercial awareness to resolve conflicts and escalating issues when necessary
- Drive effective resourcing across the business by building excellent relationships and making the most of knowledge sharing across the wider One Firm Resourcing team to maximise utilisation by team
- Influencing key stakeholders on resource selection to achieve maximum utilisation and effective skills/grade mix on projects
- Work with engagement managers to ensure profitability is kept at the forefront of resourcing decisions
- Attending weekly sales pipeline meetings and flagging any potential resourcing conflicts, challenges and successes to Resource Manager
- Understand Headcount planning and the need for any additional staff. Proactively communicate with the Resourcing Manager on any issues and concerns arising from the level of headcount we have and the level of on-going commitments.
- Provide ad-hoc support to the Resource Manager. This will include assisting on headcount forecasting across Regions and any ad hoc projects to implement ongoing improvements across our resource management processes
MI & Reporting
- Reporting on available resources, or those working on non chargeable activities, escalating issues where appropriate
- Ensuring that Retain is accurate by working closely with their off-shore Resource Administrators
- Reporting weekly to key stakeholders on MI such as forecast, actual utilisation and lending and borrowing rates, monitoring and investigating discrepancies between the data on a weekly / monthly basis and providing insight to the management team, highlighting any potential concerns of shortfall / over utilisation and any budget challenges
- Analyse resource data and highlight and concerns in periods of peak holiday, training or non chargeable activities that will impact business performance
- Responsible for chasing down variances between SAP and Retain and that any repeated non-compliance is escalated to Resource Manager and People Leaders
- Provide commentaries as required for dashboard reports for leadership team reporting as required

Stakeholder Management
- Build and maintain strong relationships with HoPos, Performance Leaders and Engagement Managers to support resourcing processes and feed back when required on performance management issues
- Developing strong relationships across the wider resourcing community (UK and International); sharing resources across practices where appropriate
- Support the Performance Management of individuals by working closely with Performance Managers to identify the right opportunities for individuals to allow them to grow and develop
- Responsible for the regular promotion of KGS and Graduates within their Capability area to maximise commercial benefits
- Liaise with Engagement Leaders to seek feedback on performance and utilise this to enhance development opportunities moving forwards
- Visit client sites as appropriate, to allow relationship building with the client facing team / engagement managers, aid forward planning and ensure forecasts are reflected accurately in Retain
- Meet and greet all new joiners to introduce Resource Management processes and understand their skills and career aspirations and skills matrices are completed
- Meet with all staff before they complete engagements to ensure mini bios and skills matrices are completed and updated on completion of engagements or at least every 6 months
Key Deliverables
- Achieve / exceed utilisation targets across the Service Line group in line with business goals / objectives
- Cascade accurate MI reports that support the business in making key strategic decisions in relation to resources / engagements
- Provide weekly commentaries on current utilisation rates, MI and resource challenges / successes so the business are kept up to date on current resource situation
The Individual
- Strong resource management experience
- Commercial awareness
- Strong team player
- Flexibility
- Excellent communication and relationship management skills
- Ability to work under pressure
- Ability to use initiative and influence key stakeholders / decision makers
- Confident, assertive and resilient and is able to prioritise their workload during busy periods and comfortable to 'push back' and challenge when necessary
- Ability to understand and balance the business goals along with individual's goals
- Ability to build relationships with client facing staff and represent their needs in resourcing decisions

Resource Advisor – IT Audit - FTC

Location: London

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: Resourcing

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


Resource Advisor – IT Audit

The role

The RA will work closely with the team within ITA to understand the resourcing needs of the business. This will involve combining the management of the annual resource planning cycle of our recurring work with the proactive management of ad hoc resourcing requests. In order to do this, they need to develop a good understanding of the client base of their departments, the pipeline of opportunities and the skills set of the client facing staff in order to make the right resourcing decisions.

Responsibilities:
• Take responsibility for driving the year round planning process. This includes working closely with managers and senior managers within their respective departments to understand the resourcing requirements for their individual jobs.
• Overseeing the staffing of engagements at all levels
• Lead on Engagement Leader/Managers meetings as a group and also on a one to one basis to ensure needs on each job are covered.
• Challenge engagements resource mix where needed ie mix of grades, offshore hours etc.
• Produce weekly MI for leadership and include value add commentary. Understand the drivers behind utilisation and utilisation management. This includes appropriate charging of time worked on the job; booking of training commitments; sickness/absenteeism etc. Flag issues and follow up on either under-utilisation of resources or where individuals are working consistently over the expected hours.
• Attend and contribute to the weekly people meeting with the PL and lead Partner – covering high and low utilisation, team shortfalls and plans to fill them, resourcing issues, under and over performers, promotion candidates, secondment/transfers/ Leavers/ Joiners, recruitment needs etc
• Attend and contribute to the monthly leadership meeting – Busy season process planning and updates, Resource issues, utilisation peaks and troughs, down season planning etc
• Proactively manage the HCT. Understand Headcount planning and the need for any additional staff through the WFP process.
• Understand job booking requirements in terms of complexity and the nature of the jobs, timing, skills requirement and link those with the client service staff skills set and preferences. Understand where there is flexibility in individual bookings.
• Manage the process around shortfalls – understand where the clashes are and how they can be resolved; challenge the requirements – staffing, timing etc. Proactively look for solutions by moving bookings around but still achieving appropriate level of support.
• Take responsibility for managing the Retain bookings to ensure that it accurately reflects our current resourcing positions and that is it is up to date.
• Drive usage of KGS team as part of the planning, liaising with the KGS operations team to ensure optimal utilisation of KGS staff on IRM engagements.
• Monitor sickness/absence level highlighting issues as appropriate with the performance leader.
• Monitor time sheet submission, challenging where appropriate on time charged to job or other codes.
• Drive retain usage with the team as a whole and ensure they are taking responsibility for providing real time updates to the offshore retain team where needed
• Knowing where the team priorities are and ensuring they are factored in to all planning and allocations of staff.
• Proactively plan for the following busy season by rolling forward allocations and highlighting where gaps will be early in the process.
• Work with the leadership to have a full understanding of Audit tenders and the potential impact on the teams future planning and headcount needs.
• Work with the leadership to have a full understanding of audit clients rotating out and what capacity that leaves to be allocated.

The Individual:
• Experience in a resource management environment is essential.
• Excellent personal effectiveness to deal with conflicts, express own ideas persuasively and creatively, obtain buy-in and influence decisions outcomes while managing the expectations of the business
• Good commercial awareness of the business issues that drive resourcing
• Understand our market to balance business goals against each individual’s goals
• Confidence to challenge when necessary at all levels.
• Strong influencing skills to obtain resources for projects both at very short notice and in advance
• An excellent negotiator who is able to build relationships in a wider network
• •Strong multi-tasking skills with excellent judgment to work within potentially competing demands.

Audit Resource Advisor

Location: London

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: Resourcing

Experience level: Associate/Assistant Manager

Employment type: Full Time


Resourcing is a critical business function at KPMG. It ensures that organisations have the right people, with the right skills, in the right locations, available at the right time.
Resourcing ensures the effective utilisation and development of on and offshore resource. Its responsibilities range from workforce planning and headcount management to demand and supply management for client engagements.
Effective Resourcing contributes significantly to KPMG delivering its business performance but also plays a key role in helping individuals at KPMG fulfil their career ambitions.

The role
The RA will work closely with the Resourcing Manager and Performance Leader within their allocated department to understand the resourcing needs of the business. This will involve combining the management of the annual resource planning cycle of our recurring work with the proactive management of ad hoc resourcing requests for non-audit projects. In order to do this, they need to develop a good understanding of the client base of their respective departments, the pipeline of opportunities and the skills set of the client facing staff in order to make the right resourcing decisions in conjunction with the Resourcing Manager.

Responsibilities
- Take responsibility for driving the year round planning process. This includes working closely with managers and senior managers within their respective departments to understand the resourcing requirements for their individual clients.
- Proactively monitor resourcing levels against client level budgets, challenging where resource requests exceed budgeted allocation.
- Chair manager meetings as a group and also on a one to one basis to ensure client needs on each client are covered.
- Understand client booking requirements in terms of complexity and the nature of the jobs, timing, skills requirement and link those with the client service staff skills set and preferences. Understand where there is flexibility in individual bookings.
- Manage the process around shortfalls – understand where the clashes are and how they can be resolved; challenge the requirements – staffing, timing etc. Proactively look for solutions by moving bookings around but still achieving appropriate level of support for our audit clients. Work as a team with other Resource Management Advisors and the Resourcing Manager to manage the shortfall position across National Markets Audit as a whole.
- Take responsibility for managing the Retain bookings to ensure that it accurately reflects our current resourcing positions and that is it is up to date for minimum of 6 months in advance.
- Understand the drivers behind utilisation and utilisation management. This includes appropriate charging of time worked on the client; booking of training commitments; sickness/absenteeism etc. Flag issues of either under-utilisation of resources or where individuals are working consistently over the expected hours.
- Actively participate in regular Resourcing meetings with the People Leaders and with the local Resourcing teams.
- Understand Headcount planning and the need for any additional staff. Proactively communicate with the Resourcing Manager on any issues and concerns arising from the level of headcount we have and the level of ongoing commitments. This will include gaining an understanding of blue sky work expected and the level of staff required to deliver this work.
- Manage holiday requests in conjunction with the agreed policy, approving holiday where appropriate.
- Monitor sickness/absence level highlighting issues as appropriate.
- Monitor time sheet submission, challenging where appropriate on time charged to client or other codes
- Manage on-boarding of all new joiners.
- Training - advising on training bookings, dealing with cancellations and issues as they arise; develop and promote an understanding of the training path requirements for all grades. Chase attendance on mandatory training courses.
The Individual
- Experience in a resource management environment is desirable
- Excellent personal effectiveness to deal with conflicts, express own ideas persuasively and creatively, obtain buy-in and influence decisions outcomes while managing the expectations of the business
- Good commercial awareness of the business issues that drive resourcing
- Understand our market to balance business goals against each individual’s goals
- Confidence to challenge when necessary at all levels.
- Strong influencing skills to obtain resources for projects both at very short notice and in advance
- An excellent negotiator who is able to build relationships in a wider network
- Strong multi-tasking skills with excellent judgment to work within potentially competing demands.

Supply Business Partner- Consulting

Location: London

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: Resourcing

Experience level: Senior Manager

Employment type: Full Time


Capability: KBS
Team: Direct Supply Chain – BP
Grade: B/C
Reporting Line: Direct Supply Chain Lead (Consulting or Deal Advisory)
Location: UK

Job Summary

As a Supply Business Partner, you will be responsible for demand prioritisation across onshore, contingent workforce and offshore resources. You will partner with Capability leadership teams to build capability and ensure the business achieves the most commercially appropriate workforce mix.

You will be a key escalation point for the business and will help shape the workforce to meet client demands.

This role provides a unique perspective on key operations of the business with the ability to directly impact profitability through proactive management of demand and supply.

Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities

Strategic Partnering


- Advise on optimised source of workforce to meet the commercial and quality metrics for the business/engagement
- Operationalise the strategic workforce plan to deliver the target workforce mix and leverage across all resource channels (permanent, contractor, offshore, outsourced)
- Provide data driven insight to the business unit to support forward demand and supply decision. I.e., Utilisation, chargeability, pipeline value and velocity, future resource requirements
- Identify future skills gaps and work with stakeholders to identify the most appropriate source of workforce for the engagement.
- Work with colleagues in recruitment and HR to identify opportunities for upskilling and development.
- Driving the use of offshore/nearshore to meet budget and improve profitability and efficiency, as appropriate
- Lead on the staffing of large / complex engagements requiring resources from within or across capabilities

Demand management

- Leading on Resourcing demand for a specific client-facing capability (i.e., Consulting, and Deal Advisory) and its performance group(s)
- Ensuring best fit solution for resourcing needs: mix of KPMG, associates (contractors), offshore, and 3rd Party

Alliance resources

- Managing pipeline prioritisation, e.g.:
o Liaising with key business stakeholders (HOPOs, Lead Partners, etc) prioritising Resource requirements to support
key engagements
o Reviewing of size, scale, engagement profitability, strategic importance of job and knowledge of business area to prioritise
o Challenging of requirements/skillsets and win probabilities to ensure appropriate prioritisation
o Managing a clear prioritisation route of non-chargeable work
- Contributing to pipeline meetings and Deal Boards to gain insight into business strategy, pipeline, priorities, key propositions, and blue-sky work
- Working closely with the OEH resourcing team and the respective HOPO to drive utilisation across Capability
- Validating of requirements/skillsets to ensure the business have provided sufficient information to be able to act on demand requests
- Responsible for ensuring demand requirements are clear for the Operational Excellence Hub team to be able to then supply the resources
- Continuously maintaining a view of availability and utilisation levels within performance group(s) and across capability, for both onshore and offshore
- Continuously maintaining a view on overall availability of performance group’s supply, across resource types onshore/offshore/contractor, working closely with the Operational Excellence Hub’s Resourcing Advisors and the Contingent Workers team.

Escalations management

- Acting as the main escalation point for Performance Group/Service Line and wider stakeholders
- Working closely with the Resourcing Operational Excellence Hub’s onshore and offshore teams to drive collaborative and efficient ways of working
- Responsible for ensuring the business understands appropriate escalation routes, and that these are managed closely as they arise
- Applies judgement throughout the Resourcing process and interactions with the business, including resolution of escalations

Stakeholder management

- Supporting the Capability Direct Supply Chain Led to understand and present current Supply landscape, its pipeline, and any challenges.
- Responsible for regular and ad-hoc reporting to team stakeholders (e.g., Performance Group Leaders, Performance Leaders, etc) and the business generally, on capability-specific Supply landscape and pipeline
- Responsible for working and collaborating with other Supply Business Partners across the business to ensure consistency is applied on Supply approach where appropriate, and that capability-specific learnings and decisions are shared for continuous knowledge transfers.
- Responsible for providing robust challenge to the business. For example:
o Challenging instances where resources are being ring-fenced or deployed to less profitable engagements
o Driving cross firm lending and borrowing
- Reviewing resourcing requests against budget and challenging as appropriate

Key Skills

• Strong stakeholder management and ability to interact effectively with a wide range of stakeholders
• Strong business partnering skills; ability to act as a strategic advisor to the business
• Strong ability to influence change and get buy-in to drive changes in behaviour and culture
• Strong commercial awareness and business acumen
• Strong communication and presentation skills; demonstrating impact both in person as well as in written documentation
• Resilient and capable of working in a challenging, often ambiguous, and continuously changing and agile environment
• Solutions- and outcome-focused approach with a growth-mindset
• Ability to work both operationally and strategically to drive Resourcing decisions
• Ability to prioritise and manage changing priorities effectively
• Analytical skills and ability to interpret numerical data
• Ability to work collaboratively, and be resourceful
• Ability to coach other team member(s)

Senior Operations Manager - Contingent Hire

Location: Watford

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Service line: Resourcing

Experience level: Senior Manager

Employment type: Full Time


This role will be ideally based out of our Watford office, but we will consider any other regional KPMG offices.


KPMG is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit. Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services. Through the talent of over 16,000 colleague we bring creativity and insight to our clients’ most critical challenges.


With offices across the UK we work with everyone from start ups and individuals to major global and national organisations across a wide range of industries. Our work is often complex, yet our vision is simple: to be the clear choice for our clients, for our people and for the communities we work in.


This role will be based in Watford with travel to Canary Wharf office or other KPMG offices as required,


At KPMG, our values define who we are and the way we do business. As a leading professional services firm, we know that our strength and capability come from our people – their different perspectives, experiences and backgrounds. From our inclusive leadership strategy to our diversity and inclusion targets – we’re making bold changes to who we are and what we do. Be part of it.




Role Overview
The Senior Manager will lead a team of associate recruiters to identify and supply KPMG’s contingent workforce, ensuring talent pools are able to meet the demand of our multidisciplinary firm.


This is a high-profile role that will require extensive stakeholder management, working with the Direct Supply Chain, Capability and Coverage leadership teams to understand future demand and coordinate recruitment team sourcing strategies accordingly.


The incumbent will also be responsible for ensuring governance, systems and controls are implemented that manage risk, and ensure compliance with regulatory and legal requirements.

The Senior Manager – Contingent Hire will provide an efficient, high quality, client focused service for applicants and the business alike. This role has recently seen the transition from a fully outsourced RPO model to an inhouse recruitment team so further embedding the service delivery is a critical component of this role.



Responsibilities:
- Accountable for all contingent hire activity, including line management of a team of associate recruiters
- Build and manage KPMG contingent talent pools across each capability group, to include associates, alumni and trusted contractors
- Liaise with leadership groups across the firm to understand business drivers and future demand, and identify resources ahead of time
- Relationship management of external resourcing agencies to augment internal capabilities.
- Establish new policies and process to support the delivery of resource to engagements, while managing risk profile
- Implementation and maintenance of market leading digital platforms to support the identification and management of talent pools
- Support/Own key strategic projects aligned to talent acquisition within KPMG

The Person
- Experienced leader with demonstrable track record in contingent hiring/ talent acquisition
- A highly effective leader with strong interpersonal skills
- Sound business acumen with a working understanding professional services commercial model
- Strong technical understanding of relevant regulatory and legal requirements linked to talent acquisition
- Excellent relationship building and management skills
- Successfully managing a diverse group of stakeholders often with conflicting requirements
- Seen as an effective and persuasive communicator who seeks insight into the business and acts as an expert advisor
- Understands and champions the importance of data integrity, timely and accurate reporting and uses this information to run efficient processes
- Demonstrates innovation in approach to problem solving and delivering service
- Collaborative team player driving inclusion, leads by example, seeks continuous improvement from self
- Strong networker with excellent market knowledge
- Adapts well to an ever-changing landscape, demonstrates resilience, flexibility and energy
- Commercially minded with a focus on the business aims, proven negotiation skills in dealing with suppliers
- Experience of recruiting volume campaigns as well as unique roles and the variances in between
- Knowledge of recruitment systems, knowledge of Excel
- Experience of working within agreed HR policies and processes

KPMG’s commitment to inclusion:
We are proud of the value we place on individuality; we want you to bring your full self to work and tryu maximise your potential. We believe that you individuality helps us to delivery the best results for our clients. Diversity of background, diversity of experience, diversity of perspective – that’s the KPMG difference.



Intelligent Working:
Whilst some of our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites we are supportive of helping you to achieve a balance between your home and work demands. We are happy to discuss individual requirements and our range of flexible working arrangements that could be of interest. Furthermore, as part of the recruitment process, we can put you in touch with people who work flexibly so you can understand from them what our culture is like.


Returning to work after a break
At KPMG, we appreciated that returning to work after an extended career break can be daunting. We understand that those with experience who have taken a career break have a wealth of experience and knowledge to offer our organisation, which helps us to achieve our business goals. We will support you to refresh your skills, develop your confidence and provide a supportive network across the firm to help you best integrate into the working environment. This role welcomes applications for individuals who have been out of work for more than 18 months or more and who have previous relevant experience.


Applying with a Disability
KPMG are proud to be an inclusive, equal opportunity employer and we seek to attract and retain the best people from the widest possible talent pool. As a member of the Business Disability Forum we’re committed to ensuring that you are treated fairly throughout our Recruitment Process. Should you be successful after the initial application stage, please discuss any reasonable adjustments that you may require, with your recruitment contact.





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