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ROCU Cyber Protect Coordinator - 12 Months Fixed Term

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Key Responsibilities:


Post holder is required to explain technical information in a way that can be presented to both technical and non-technical audiences. They will be required to maintain existing partnerships in order to maximise the provision of victim care to our regional communities.  They must also be able to identify and develop new partnerships to enhance the level and quality of victim care delivered into our communities.

Individual will be required to:

•         To develop and maintain communication channels to ensure messaging reaches the right audiences at the right time

•         Review and monitor external website to ensure the crime prevention advice is up to date and current.

The successful candidate will have and demonstrate the following attributes:

•         Strong communication skills, with the ability to present to a variety of audiences, including senior management level and external business / community groups

•         Ability to lead others and to engage them in alternative ways of thinking

•         Ability to build strong relationships with external and internal partners in order to develop and execute the protect strategy

Problem Solving and Innovation

While most national policy and strategy will be set by the national Cyber Protect Network, the post holder, similar to the rest of the Regional Cyber Team, will be required to be creative and innovative in the way we deliver on that strategy by creating products and putting forth ideas for services we can offer as a team and region.

Individual will be required to:

To develop and deliver innovative Cyber Protect products to various diverse audiences across multiple platforms – both digital and physical.

To work closely with the Cyber Threat Desk Analysts to understand and identify new threat trends and adapt delivery to offer suitable mitigation advice. The analysts review the CoLP data relating to regional victims so post holder will work with them to identify emerging trends, offending hotspots and victims likely to be target in order to help inform the targeting of protect delivery.

Accountability and Decision Making

We are looking for an individual that can evidence interacting at an internal supervisory level and with partners to influence decision making, as this will a key element to the role.

Supervision and Management

Post holder will not hold any supervisory or managerial responsibilities. This role requires the post holder to coordinate nationally and regionally authorized protect strategy and our approach to delivering it as a region. 

Individual will be required to:

To coordinate the Cyber Protect strand of business with our regional force’s cyber protect officers – this might be done through taking lead roles on a regional force Cybercrime Protect Panel

Attend Cyber Regional Operational Meeting (CROM) to identify further requests for crime prevention in our communities, identify opportunities to improve this delivery and agree coordinated and effective response.

Post Holder to manage their own day to day responsibilities around victim care.

Regular liaison with the CoLP regarding the national Protect initiatives and coordinate national direction of Protect strand.

Special Conditions

•         The post requires SC Vetting Status to be obtained ultimately, and MV Status before commencement of role. The post holder may undergo drug testing and must have no criminal convictions. Must maintain confidentiality and trust at all times regarding information gained in the post in line with force policy and Data Protection Act.

•         Ability to work remotely and across force areas, under minimal supervision.

•         Flexibility to be able to respond to changing situations, which may require working from other locations or parts of the force/region, and potentially weekend hours.

•         You must be a British Citizen or have the right to live and work in the UK free from restrictions.

•         At any point during the application phase any offer can be rescinded without explanation until the point of formal contract is provided.

Appointment to this role will be dependent upon successfully passing vetting and medical checks, which may include a drugs test and if required a fitness test.

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 ‘Disability Confident Interview Scheme’ - all candidates who declare a disability and meet the essential criteria for the role will be offered an interview. 

It is important to note that there may be occasions where it is not practicable or appropriate to interview all disabled people who meet the essential criteria for the job. For example: in certain recruitment situations such as high-volume, seasonal and high-peak times, the employer may wish to limit the overall numbers of interviews offered to both disabled people and non-disabled people. In these circumstances, the employer could select the candidates who best meet the essential criteria for the job, as they would do for non-disabled applicants

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