Senior Analysis Manager | Norfolk Police
OCC Wymondham or PHQ Martlesham
Full time (37 hours) – Permanent
£ 45,996 to £ 50,250
Closing date: Friday October 22, 2021 at 5 p.m.
Please indicate the reference: C1037 on the application form
We offer an exciting new opportunity for an enthusiastic, resourceful and driven leader to join us as the Senior Analytics Manager in the Data and Analytics function of Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies.
Analysis and research have never been more valuable in policing and have a direct impact on the frontline fight against threats, harm and risk. As such, we are looking for someone with a passion for data and analytics and a commitment to great leadership to join our Analytics Management team. We are at the heart of identifying and responding to immediate threats in our communities, helping the organization plan as effectively as possible for the future. Along with our extended family of police officers, you will play a vital role in driving activities to keep our communities safe.
Reporting to the Head of Analysis and Insight, you will lead three analysis teams (operational, performance and strategic analysis) offering a range of high quality critical products. Additionally, as a member of the broader leadership team, you will play an important role in the development and implementation of our strategy on the evolution of data and analytics.
We are looking for candidates with strong analytical and leadership skills who can effectively implement our strategy. Someone who can provide professional advice, identify and solve problems, implement changes in order to improve and grow, and most importantly has exceptional communication skills.
Wherever you have worked before, we recognize the value that different experiences can bring to policing and therefore welcome applications from all walks of life. You’ll have access to sports and social clubs, blue light discounts, an attractive pension plan, eligibility for flexible work arrangements, and award-winning welfare support services. You will also be able to apply to become a hybrid home worker.
If you are the person for this role, we want to hear from you. If you think you might not have all the skills you need but are inspired by what you have read and think you can make a difference with your experience, don’t let this stop you – contact us .
It is essential that applicants meet the following criteria:
Significant experience at the middle management level, ideally in an analytical area, demonstrating effective use of initiative, leadership and people management skills with experience of building teams to achieve results.
Proven ability to analyze and interpret complex problems, use creative thinking and problem solving skills to identify solutions, manage their implementation and assess their effectiveness.
Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present, consult, advise and debate complex issues to audiences of all levels.
Demonstrate the ability to identify opportunities for improvement in processes and products and to make changes across multiple teams.
Demonstrate and promote an applied understanding of performance reporting, strategy and intelligence requirements.
Demonstrate the ability to take initiative and work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines.
Experience in articulating a vision and evolving culture to implement a strategy, ideally in an analytical environment.
Ability to travel as required through Norfolk and Suffolk and to other locations as required.
It is desirable that applicants meet the following criteria:
1. Qualifications in a related field, eg Masters in Criminology or Criminal Justice, or Diploma / Postgraduate level qualification in Management.
2. A working knowledge of the principles of evidence-based policing.
3. A working knowledge of data analysis and processing / visualization software such as i2 or Power BI.
4. Applied knowledge of relevant legislation and / or guidance, for example; Freedom of Information Act, General Data Protection Regulation, Information Sharing, Disclosure.
The working hours are 37 hours per week from Monday to Friday. This position is offered on a permanent basis.
It will be considered whether the position can be provided on a part-time or part-time basis, in accordance with the organizational requirements of this role.
The recruitment criteria for all positions are subject to reasonable adjustments in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
Applications from at-risk personnel will be prioritized and favored in any selection process.
These forms as well as guidance notes for applicationare also available on the right side of the page in the Downloads section.
Please return completed applications by email to [email protected].