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Senior Analyst - Crime Prevention

  • Job reference: MC/473
  • Location: Waltham Forest, London
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: Police
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Job description: Service Care Solutions are looking for a Senior Analyst for a vacancy which has become available in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.

A local public sector body is seeking an experienced Community Safety Intelligence Analyst to provide short-term cover for a vacant position. The role is likely to be needed for around 3 months, but this could be extended.

The successful candidate will produce intelligence assessments and briefings to inform the development, delivery and evaluation of key community safety programmes, particularly to tackle violence, criminal exploitation, reoffending and anti-social behaviour.
They will also support operational policing, community safety and safeguarding interventions, through timely intelligence to help prevent and disrupt criminal activities and violence.
Advanced analytical skills and a strong understanding of community safety issues will be essential for this role.
It will be particular advantage to have experience in: - Extracting and analysing data and information from police and and local authority systems - Data analysis tools including Power BI, Alteryx, IBM i2 Analyst, Business Objects, MapInfo Professional (or other GIS) and Excel - Producing concise and compelling intelligence briefings and presentations, including through infographics Candidates who have existing or previous vetting clearance with the Metropolitan Police are particularly welcomed.

Please be advised, that necessary security checks will be carried out prior to employment.

Little to no in-house training will be provided, so it is advised that applicants have already worked in a similar capacity.

University qualifications will not be taken into account for this vacancy.

If you are interested in this vacancy, please ring 01772 208962 and ask to speak to Martin Cookson.