RC355 Researcher (Regional Organised Crime Unit - YH ROCU)
Yorkshire and Humber Regional Organised Crime Unit (YH ROCU)
Three full time permanent posts - 37hrs
The Regional Organised Crime Unit are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to fill the role of a Researcher within the Regional Organised Crime Unit, Wakefield.
Reporting to the Senior Analyst/Office Manager, you will work as part of a team of Analysts and Researchers to build a complete picture of serious and organised crime. As a researcher on this team, you will provide timely and accurate support to operational staff and will assist with serious and organised crime investigations. Specific duties include interrogating Local, Regional and National systems, creating intelligence packages and making enquiries with Law Enforcement Partners.
The ideal candidate will have experience within an intelligence environment and/or experience of research, excellent communication and written presentation skills, a proven ability to operate computerised database, an aptitude for problem solving and the ability to work under pressure to deadlines.
Management Vetting and SC in ROCU, and additional STRAP in SIU will be required.
For a full description of the role and the required skills and experience please view the role profile.
What we offer:
- 25 days annual leave per annum – increasing to 30 days with 5 years’ service, plus bank holidays.
- Flexible working between the hours of 7am and 7pm Mon-Fri.
- Potential for hybrid working – work from the office and from home (After initial training period).
- Competitive pension scheme.
- Relevant training and courses provided for the role.
- Access to health and wellbeing support.
The YH ROCU supported by West Yorkshire Police offer the following schemes and benefits to all police staff
Flexible Working Policy & Flexi-time Scheme
• Staff are supported where the requirements of the role allows to work on a flexible and agile basis. This includes the provision of an agile working kit to enable employees to work from home and alternative locations as appropriate and agreed by Line Managers and Senior Leaders.
• Flexible working is any work pattern adapted to suit both the needs of the employer and the member of staff and is intended to help achieve a better work/life balance.
• Flexi-time allows individuals fluidity to flex their start and finish times each day within the parameters of a ‘bandwidth’ period and take additional hours as Flexi leave subject to agreement
• Option to purchase additional Annual Leave subject to agreement
Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
• Secure benefits – the scheme provides you with a future income, independent of share prices and stock market fluctuations
• At a low cost to you – with tax efficient savings and lower National Insurance contributions for most people under State Pension age
• Your employer pays in too – the scheme is provider by your employer who meets the balance of the cost of providing your benefits in the LGPS
• More information is available at www.lgpsmember.org
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Programme is a confidential service that provides all employees with complimentary access to a complete support network that offers expert advice and compassionate guidance 24/7, both online (educational resources, webinars, health trackers/plans, articles from industry leading experts) and over the telephone (advice, guidance, listening). The service is confidential and allows people to speak with a qualified professional about matters such as; stress and anxiety, family issues, work related issue, debt problems and other legal matters.
WYP Car lease Scheme
• The scheme allows staff to lease a brand-new car for a period of up to 3 years via a salary sacrifice agreement from their pay
• No deposit is needed and all insurance, servicing and maintenance, breakdown cover and tyres care covered by the lease deduction
WYP Cycle 2Work Scheme
• This is a salary sacrifice scheme which enables staff and officers to hire bicycles. Hire cost is free from Income tax and National insurance Contributions. The maximum value of the scheme is £2,500. https://www.cycle2work.info/
Blue Light Card
• A Blue Light Card provides those in the NHS, emergency services, social care sector and armed forces with discounts online and on the high street. A range of official discounts are available from large national retailers to local businesses in a wide range of categories including holidays, cars, days out, fashion, gifts, insurance, phones and much more. The card costs £4.99 for a 2 year membership. www.bluelightcard.co.uk
YHROCU is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce. We are committed to building a service that reflects a wide variety of skills, knowledge, perspectives and backgrounds. We strive for individuals to feel included regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, religion, belief and socio economic status, and we particularly encourage applicants from under-represented groups to support us in achieving this.
The application process will close on 19th August 2022 at 23:55hrs
The post is suitable for job share.
Applicants should be aware that it is not always possible to carry out adequate vetting checks on persons who have not been resident within the UK for the last five years. Therefore, where this applies, applicants may be refused because it was not possible to vet them to the appropriate standard.
For a detailed description of the Competency and Values levels required please refer to the http://www.college.police.uk/What-we-do/Development/competency-and-values-framework/Documents/Competency-and-Values-Framework-for-Policing_4.11.16.pdf (This link may be copied and pasted into your browser). This document will assist you in completing the Evidence of Achievement section of the application form. Please note: the Evidence of Achievement section will not be visible until the employment section has been completed.
This opportunity is closed to applications.