Senior Analyst, Melbourne, State Of Victoria

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178219910
80 AU$
Senior Analyst, Melbourne, State Of Victoria
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior analyst
Min. Salary: 60.000

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Road Policing Command promotes road safety across Victoria Police and provides state-wide operational support to help reduce road trauma, in line with the Victorian Government's road safety strategy.

Road Policing Command comprises of four separate Divisions:
Road Policing Strategy Division - works closely with government and key road safety partners to develop strategic policy and pursue legislative reform.
Road Policing Operations & Investigation Division – provides enforcement and investigative support to the state and includes State Highway Patrol, Solo Unit, Major Collision Investigation Unit, Heavy Vehicle Unit and Road Policing Drug and Alcohol Section
Road Policing Projects Division - responsible for the delivery of Road Policing Command's projects including the new alcohol and drug testing fleet, mobile automatic number plate recognition, and roadside drug testing.
Road Policing Enforcement Division – maintains road safety camera availability to increase the likelihood of speed and red-light offence detection
Sitting within the Road Policing Strategy Division, the Road Policing Intelligence Unit supports the whole of Road Policing Command. As the successful applicant, you will be working in a small team to support the Command's overall tasking and coordination process by undertaking proactive monitoring of the road policing environment and providing timely and insightful intelligence on a broad range of issues. The Senior Analyst reports directly to the Analyst Manager of the Unit and will work closely with a range of stakeholders, from frontline police members to intelligence practitioners and external organisations.

Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements.

Your duties will include:
Working as part of a team to produce accurate and insightful intelligence products to assist decision makers in responding to road safety issues, including informing the deployment of centralised policing resources
Collecting, collating and analysing information and data from a diverse range of sources, and applying sound analytical skills to identify trends and emerging issues
Contributing to the Unit's proactive scanning program, by actively monitoring the road policing environment to maintain situational awareness
Performing both qualitative and quantitative analysis (statistical and geospatial) using various complex datasets
Liaising and developing good working relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve shared objectives
Providing authoritative advice to senior management on intelligence findings and emerging trends in road safety
As the successful applicant, you will have:
Well-developed conceptual and analytical skills, including the ability to critically review and synthesise information to provide sound advice to management
Well-developed written and oral communication skills and proven ability to plan and organise work and produce high quality results
A team player, who actively contributes to group discussion and openly shares knowledge among colleagues to support professional development
A commitment to continual improvement and innovation, enthusiastic to learn new techniques and keep abreast of emerging trends, sources and analytical techniques
Tertiary qualifications or proven experience working in any of intelligence, law enforcement, statistics, road safety or geospatial science would be highly desirable
Requirements and relevant information:
This position is located at Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands.
The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head. To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening.
In accordance with the Acting Chief Health Officer's Direction – COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions, you are required to be fully vaccinated (this includes a booster vaccination) and your employment with Victoria Police is subject to proof of vaccination.
Your application must include:
Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement.
Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email.

Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE).  

If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email [email protected] or on (03) 8335 8081.

About Us:

Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. 

Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community.

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