Finance Business Partner - Police and Public Protection Technology

Home Office
London (Greater)
National £39,000 - £42,900 London: £43,000 - £47,300
30 Nov 2022
23 Dec 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

Home Office
Police and Public Protection Technology
Finance Business Partner
Locations: London, Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester
National £39,000 - £42,900
London:  £43,000 - £47,300 
Deadline: Apply before 11:55 pm Friday 23rd December 2022

Use your financial expertise to support more effective and efficient law enforcement systems

The challenge
The Home Office is here to make our country safer. Whether it’s fighting crime, protecting our borders or combating slavery, the Home Office is at the cutting edge of public policy and our work is some of the most rewarding in government. 

Our Police and Public Protection Technology (PPPT) portfolio (annual budget circa £150m) is responsible for the design, build and deployment of national law enforcement systems. We work towards highly effective, efficient systems which leverage modern digital technologies and provide world-class law enforcement capabilities.

The role

A trusted business partner, you will provide financial expertise to the PPPT management team, project staff and other enabling business partners. You will play a key role in financial business planning, scenario modelling, option appraisal, financial risk management and in-year financial monitoring of budgets for business units across PPPT. You’ll not only to provide financial support, you’ll offer constructive challenge to optimise value for money. Accountable to the Senior Finance Business Partner for the quality of accounting information and reporting services, you will have a strong focus on continual improvement of performance and governance.

About you

Most likely CCAB or CIMA qualified, you will ideally have some experience of government financial management and control, including support for large projects, programmes and portfolios. This will include the ability to manage stakeholders and budgets across multiple funding streams.  Developing and maintaining effective relationships and partnerships will be key to your success, so strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. Highly organised, with well-developed resource and staff management skills, you’ll be equipped to promote an organisational culture that is positive about change.


We offer extensive training and development and structured career progression. Other benefits include access to a valuable civil service pension and flexible working arrangements.