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Intelligence Support Officer, Bury - (Grade C) - 1889109, - Ref:1889109

Employer
Greater Manchester Police
Location
Bury
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
25 Jan 2023

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Clearance Level
SC, CTC, None / Undisclosed
Sector
Policing, Counter Terrorism
Job Type
Permanent
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Number of Posts
1

Advertised
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL APPLICANTS

Branch/Division
Bury District

Location
Bury District

Sub-location
Bury DHQ

Grade
Grade C

Rank
Not applicable

Leadership Level
Peer Leader

Contract Type
Permanent

Hours
36.25

Hours
Full time

Advertised Salary
£21,432 - £22,677 per annum

Advert
The Intelligence Support Officer plays a critical role in ensuring that GMP's intelligence service is functioning optimally and is responsible for many of the intelligence processing activities that are essential to the work of an Intelligence Unit. In this role you will be responsible for inputting data and maintaining record management systems, as well as verifying and cross-referencing information to identify links. You will be required to record, rate, evaluate and disseminate intelligence/information in line with national standards and manage the handling of intelligence in a secure manner. Assessing and prioritising incoming telephone calls and e-mails is also an important part of the role, particularly when managing high-risk and actionable intelligence reports. There will also be a need to undertake system checks and research in support of colleagues in other intelligence and analytical functions.

The successful candidate will have carried out duties involving the inputting, recording and retrieving of data and information. Experience of assessing or prioritising a range of issues/threats/risks, as well as having good communication skills and being able to support the preparation of reports is also an important part of this role.

An awareness of the National Intelligence Model would be useful as well as being competent in using computer systems including Microsoft packages and the internet.

Applicants should be willing to undertake training and learn to use a variety of computer based packages.

Company

There’s never been a more exciting time to join The Greater Manchester Police. Currently investing in a new target operating model for its Information Services Branch that will enhance the way the force is able to provide policing.  The Information Services Branch are deploying new IT infrastructure and services that will keep police up-to-speed with real time information both at the police station and whilst they’re on the street. As a result, they are recruiting for a number of roles; all boasting a solid combination of strategic development opportunity and daily challenges that will stretch the mind of any proactive IT professional.

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