ROCU - Communication Data Investigator

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Operational
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200000KU Requisition #
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Essential:

• A good working knowledge of how people communicate utilising both telephony and the internet including social media platforms and over the top applications.
• Proven computer literacy and keyboard skills to include a basic working knowledge of Excel.
• Effective communication skills.
• Evidence of using initiative and being innovate.
• The ability to work in a high-pressured environment and successfully prioritise workloads.
• The ability to solve problems in a logical and systematic manner.
• Experience of risk assessment and decision making in a dynamic environment and a good working knowledge demonstrating the use of the National Decision Making Model and THRIVE+
• An awareness of the law and procedures relevant to the role to include IPA, CPIA, PACE, RIPA, Human Rights Act, Data Protection Act, Terrorism Act.
• A willingness to learn about interpretation and analysis of complex data sets.

Desirable:

• Existing College of Policing Communications Data Investigator – Single Point of Contact accreditation held.
• Specific working knowledge of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 specifically Chapter 3, Part 3.
• Effective training and presentation skills
• Experience in the intelligence arena and/or investigative skills.

Skills 

This section should detail the competency requirement which could be developed through non formal training. e.g. effective time management, influencing and negotiating, effective communication including written and verbal.

Essential:

• A good working knowledge of how people communicate utilising both telephony and the internet including social media platforms and over the top applications.
• Proven computer literacy and keyboard skills to include a basic working knowledge of Excel.
• Effective communication skills.
• Evidence of using initiative and being innovate.
• The ability to work in a high-pressured environment and successfully prioritise workloads.
• The ability to solve problems in a logical and systematic manner.
• Experience of risk assessment and decision making in a dynamic environment and a good working knowledge demonstrating the use of the National Decision Making Model and THRIVE+
• An awareness of the law and procedures relevant to the role to include IPA, CPIA, PACE, RIPA, Human Rights Act, Data Protection Act, Terrorism Act.
• A willingness to learn about interpretation and analysis of complex data sets.

Desirable:

• Existing College of Policing Communications Data Investigator – Single Point of Contact accreditation held.
• Specific working knowledge of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 specifically Chapter 3, Part 3.
• Effective training and presentation skills
• Experience in the intelligence arena and/or investigative skills.

Hours of Work and Flexibility: 24/7

Agile Work Style: (if applicable) Dedicated mobile telephones and laptops will be issued to allow supervision to authorise some agile working where deemed appropriate.

Restriction level: The post holder will be subject to MV and SC vetting / clearance.

If successful at papersift you will be invited to an Assessment Centre prior to interview.  If you would like to discuss this role or the assessment process, please contact Lyndsey Bailey-Smith.

 

West Midlands Police are currently undertaking a long term review of staff pay and conditions.  The grade, pay and other terms of employment are therefore subject to review and may change in the future. 


West Midlands Police is a Disability Confident Leader - the highest level an organisation can achieve under the scheme run by the Department of Work and Pensions.  As part of our commitment we operate a Guaranteed Interview Scheme - all candidates who declare a disability and meet the essential criteria for the role will be guaranteed an interview.


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