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Data Analyst - Police

London, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom, £ £ 14.25-15.35 Hourly Hourly, Contract


Service Care Solutions are looking for a Data Analyst to work on a full-time contract with a local Police Force in Manchester.

Please be advised, due to the sensitive nature of the role, the working address cannot be disclosed until all security checks have been completed.

Key Responsibilities:

- To design, collate, analyse and interpret data and information from various sources using a range of techniques to identify patterns and trends to provide support to divisions and branches, highlighting performance issues and concerns for Force strategic forums.

- To produce and publish performance data in a variety of formats, including briefing papers, written reports and presentations detailing the findings of performance analysis and research, including making recommendations, where appropriate, for a range of audiences, both internal and external to to the force.

- To produce appropriate analytical products utilising qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques and methodologies and in accordance with the National Intelligence Model, where appropriate.

- To produce analytical products that go beyond the facts and provide added value. Products should include expert analytical opinion, inductive logic and strong, specific and valuable inferences and recommendations.

- To develop and maintain a strong working relationship with both analytical managers and clients, and to be actively involved in the analytical commissioning process, including the establishment and development of terms of reference, where applicable.

- To liaise clearly and confidently at all levels throughout the organisation and with external law enforcement and partner agencies.

- To represent the divisional and/or the branch management when applicable or when directed by the Border Policing SLT.

- To coach and mentor developing analysts and managers, and to demonstrate the ability to act as a key knowledge worker, promoting analytical best practice and providing specialist opinion and interpretation when required.

- When appropriate, to assess and implement developments in performance analysis and IT solutions under the direction of the Border Policing SLT.

- To promote and comply with GMP\'s policies on health and safety both in the delivery of services and the treatment of others.

- Comply with and promote equality legislation and GMP\'s policies on diversity and equality. Take steps to eliminate unlawful discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations

- To fully participate in GMP\'s development review process.

Essential Criteria:

- Carried out duties / work involving research, analytical tasks including analysis of information, monitoring patterns and trends and associated clerical / administrative functions.

- Involved in the preparation/presentation of reports, produced statistical data, charts, diagrams etc.Carried out duties/tasks relevant to the post including checking/ recording/ inputting retrieving information and associated filing.Research experience including any undertaken as part of academic study e.g. thesis or dissertation; or previous work experience.

- To have worked in a similar analytical environment in a large scale organisation.

- Experience of appraising, clarifying,analysing and understanding complex information.

- Experience of administering and managing projects or investigations.

Please be advised, all roles will be subject to national security vetting checks.
Therefore it is essential that all applicants have resided in the UK for at least the last 10 years.

If you are interested, please ring Martin Cookson on (phone number removed)

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London, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
£ £ 14.25-15.35 Hourly Hourly