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Live Q&A: be a part of the Met's Transformation programme

Blog post   •   Jun 21, 2017 14:33 BST

Robin Wilkinson, Director of People & Change, Human Resources for The Met

Described as the 'greatest police force in the world', the Metropolitan Police Service employs over 44,000 people in a diverse range of roles from forensics to counter terrorism, accounting to nursing.

The Met is ever evolving: equipping officers with modern technology; transforming the way we deliver our services; reviewing our estate and building long term capability to ensure that we continue to make London the safest global city.

To ensure that our transformation is a success, and against a backdrop of ever changing crime patterns and a challenging budget, we are looking to recruit the most talented change professionals in the country.

We are recruiting into around 100 vacancies in 32 different roles and we are eager to hear from change professionals working within any sector.

Robin Wilkinson, Director of People & Change, Human Resources will be hosting a live Web Q&A on Thursday, 22 June at 10am.

Please ask Robin any questions you may have on working for the Met in our new Transformation roles. 

For details of the roles available in the Transformation Directorate please go here.

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