Community Safety Analyst
PO1 £32,430 - £34,794
Full-time; 35 hours per week
Location: The Woolwich Centre, Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ
Making Royal Greenwich safe for everyone who lives, works or studies here is the key objective of the Safer Greenwich Partnership. You will be at the heart of our partnership, producing and sharing information to support a range of work to prevent and tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.
Working as part of the Safer Communities Team, you’ll liaise closely with other Council departments, the Police and other partner agencies, collecting, analysing and sharing key data about community safety issues and projects in the borough. You will be responsible for setting up systems for recording and analysing information, from which you will identify trends, monitor performance and highlight emerging issues and also evaluate projects. You will then present your findings for discussion at multi-agency meetings.
You will need advanced IT skills with experience in using geographical information systems and the ability to research, interrogate databases and analyse complex data sets. You should also be able to communicate complex information in a user-friendly way, both verbally and in writing, to a wide range of people. With these talents, plus good teamwork and organisation skills, you can play a key role in our lively, friendly team.
Please note the successful candidate will need to pass the national Non-Police Personnel Vetting process; to be eligible for this check you must have been continuously resident in the UK for the three years immediately prior to applying for clearance.
Royal Borough of Greenwich values the diversity of its community and aims to have a workforce that reflects this. We therefore encourage applications from all sections of the community.
Royal Borough of Greenwich reserves the right to close any vacancy earlier than the advertised closing date should there be a high volume of applications received.
This role requires an Enhanced DBS.
All vacancies close at midnight unless otherwise stated
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