Intelligence Officer Newton Heath Jobs Vacancy at Greater Manchester Police Manchester
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Intelligence Officer Newton Heath Jobs Vacancy at Greater Manchester Police Manchester Jobs Details:
Greater Manchester Police is one of the UK's largest police forces and is responsible for keeping people safe across more than 1,200 sq km. The Force covers the Manchester, Salford, Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan areas.
GMPs officers and staff work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to keep almost three million people safe. The Force has 10 geographical policing areas known as Divisions that ensure it provides the best possible service to people who live, work and visit Greater Manchester.
In this role you will brief and debrief teams in accordance with the Divisional intelligence requirement. You will support the HUB Commander by identifying risk or harm (actual or emerging) threats to the Division and Force, along with providing real time intelligence support to operational staff to help identify suitable resources. You will review, research and develop intelligence to assist in the prevention, detection and reduction of level 1 and 2 crime, along with identifying level 1 and 2 targets, series, patterns or new trends in crime. You will ensure the effective, prompt and appropriate management of intelligence across the Division.
You will support the hub commander with identifying risk and harm threats, provide intelligence support and help identify suitable resources.
The successful candidate will have carried out duties involving research and analytical tasks, including inputting, recording/retrieving of information and associated filing. They should have experience of preparing and presenting packages and reports and of working in a clerical/administration environment.
They should have an awareness of the National Intelligence Model.
They should also have an ability to communicate effectively with others and be able to pitch information at the appropriate level to meet the needs of the audience. They should be able to identify trends or recurring themes which emerge within the daily role.
They should also be competent in using computer systems including Microsoft packages and the internet. They should be willing to undertake training and learn to use a variety of computer based packages.
26 Sep 2017
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The post attracts 14% shift allowance and 11.03% Weekend enhancement.
Please refer to the attached Job Description for further details regarding the skills required to do this role. The Job Description has been signposted to indicate at which stage of the process each criteria will be tested.
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