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									                                                                                 Vacancy Ref: 15-2010-LM




                              Crime Intelligence Analyst
                                 Police Headquarters, Stirling
                                 Temporary 12 month contract
                                     Starting Salary: £18,495,
                                     Career Grade AP2 to AP4
                         (Progression depending on experience/qualifications)

     Through the analysis of crime and criminal intelligence, you will be responsible for supporting the
  implementation of the National Intelligence Model and reporting on issues and trends affecting Force
 priorities. You will utilise various systems to gather and analyse relevant data in order to highlight crime
patterns and criminal activity; therefore you will have knowledge of Microsoft Office and have the ability to
                adapt to new technology and experience of interrogating various databases.

     As this role involves producing appropriate written and graphical reports to inform decision making
   throughout the Force, it is essential that you can evidence excellent written communication skills. The
    successful candidate will join a small team, dedicated to providing a high quality of service, you must
 therefore be able to demonstrate a high level of self-motivation and experience of working in a successful
team environment. Due to the nature of this role, you will maintain a confidential approach to your work at
      all times and be able to work to strict deadlines in order to meet both individual and departmental
                                                    objectives.

   Proven analytical and problem solving skills are essential for this post. Furthermore, possessing, or
     working towards, the Professional Development Award in Crime Intelligence Analysis would be
    advantageous, as would an HND or alternative professional qualification in a research/analytical
                        environment. A full, clean driving licence is also required.

This position follows a career grade system, with a starting salary of £18,495 per annum. On completion
of the relevant training courses and through evidencing the necessary skills within the role, the successful
     candidate will progress through the salary scales up to AP 4 (currently £23,469 - £26,049) level.

This is a full time post, working an average of 35 hours per week generally Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm.
     This post is currently being offered on a temporary basis for 12 months. You are also eligible to
                     participate in the Local Government Final Salary Pension Scheme.

                 If you feel that you have the skills to succeed in this role, please visit
 www.centralscotland.police.uk/careers for full details of the post and to apply using the application form
 provided. Alternatively, you can contact the HR Department on 01786 456358 for an application pack.
  Please note that Central Scotland Police do not accept CVs; a completed application pack is
                            required for your application to be processed.
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                       Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 28 July 2010

  Central Scotland Police values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the Community.


Central Scotland Police is currently undertaking a job evaluation exercise for all Police Staff posts, which will
 result in revisions to our present grading and pay structures. The outcome of this exercise may result in a
                                  change to the salary/pay rate for this post.
                                 CENTRAL SCOTLAND POLICE

                            SALARY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE


Post: Crime Intelligence Analyst

Reporting to: Senior Analyst

Location: Police Management Unit, Stirling

Salary Scale: Career grade AP2 – AP4. Starting salary £18,495

Type of Contract: Temporary 12 months

Allowances: Not applicable

Increment: 1 April annually, (six months after date of start if November to March thereafter 1
April annually)

Frequency of pay: 27th of the month

Hours of work: 35 hours per week, generally Monday to Friday 8am until 4pm. Note this is the
current shift pattern for this post and may be subject to change in line with the requirements of
the service.

Annual Leave Entitlement: The basic annual leave entitlement for Police Staff is 20 days (140
hours), rising to 25 days (175 hours) after 5 years service. Additional leave is payable in the
leave year following achievement of service.

Public Holiday entitlement: 14 days (98 hours)

Additional Selection Criteria: Candidates progressed following interview will be required to
undertake pre-employment vetting and medical screening. In addition, Central Scotland Police is
committed to providing a safe, healthy and productive working environment. Substance misuse
by staff has the potential to adversely affect the health and safety of individuals, colleagues and
the wider public. Therefore, all applicants for appointments to a post in Central Scotland Police
will be required to undertake a pre-employment drug test and appointment will be conditional
upon the result.

The successful applicant will be required to be vetted to SC level clearance.

Pension: The Final Salary Pension Scheme is administered on behalf of the Force by Falkirk
Council. From 1st April 2009 the contribution rate will vary depending on your level of
pay. (The minimum contribution rate is currently 5.5%).

You can only be a member of the scheme if you are under age 75 and have a contract of
employment of more than 3 months. If you are eligible, you will automatically become a
member of the Scheme unless you write confirming that you do not wish to join.

A short guide outlining the main points of the Scheme is available from the Human Resources
Department.
Miscellaneous
    Attendance at relevant training courses is required, some of which may be residential
    Must be flexible in approach to work and willing to adapt to new technologies and
       procedures
    All employees will be expected to maintain a high level of confidentiality in line with the
       Data Protection Act. Full training will be given.
    During your employment with Central Scotland Police, terms and conditions of your
       employment will be determined by collective agreements negotiated by the Police Staff
       Council (Scotland) and/or amended/supplemented by collective agreements negotiated
       between Central Scotland Police and the recognised trade union(s)
    Central Scotland Police is currently undertaking a job evaluation exercise for all police
       staff posts, which will result in revisions to our present grading and pay structures. The
       outcome of this exercise may result in a change to the salary/pay rate for this post

								
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