Intelligence Support Officer
|Location||Christchurch, New Zealand|
|Date Posted||May 14, 2020|
|Send Resume at||Jamie.Ball@Police.govt.nz|
Intelligence Support Officer New Zealand Police location Canterbury.
The New Zealand Police has a permanent position available for an Intelligence Support Officer based in Canterbury District at Te Omeka, Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct. New Zealand Police is the lead agency responsible for reducing crime and enhancing community safety. We work in partnership with individuals, communities, businesses and other public sector agencies to achieve our vision of Safer Communities Together. By working for New Zealand Police you'll be joining thousands of others who are collectively working towards this shared mission of making New Zealand the safest country.
The team intelligence is a key component of Police Critical Command Information, which underpins the Prevention First National Operating Strategy. It is used to inform and drive the deployment of operational resources, enable understanding of the criminal environment and facilitate evidence-based action.
The position intelligence Support Officers are the glue that binds the team together and are central to all activity that occurs within the District Intelligence Unit. They contribute to the prevention of crime and road trauma by providing specialist support to the intelligence unit, which will include the collection, collation, storage, retrieval and dissemination of information for intelligence purposes.
The Person we are seeking applicants who are enthusiastic, innovative and motivated, who have an eye for detail and will contribute to a team environment. The policing environment can move quickly at times, so the successful applicant will be agile in their thought process and able to balance multiple competing demands in a fast paced operational setting.
Skills required demonstrates strong computer skills with the ability to Collect, analyse and disseminate information appropriately to assist decision-makers. Experience using Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) to develop reports and presentations to a high standard. Demonstrates excellent written and oral communication skills with experience writing clear, succinct and useful documents.
Research, collect and conduct preliminary analysis to identify and highlight any key emerging trends/issues/risks. Develop and maintain a wide range of positive relationships (internal and external). Demonstrates attention to detail with good time management skills, including meeting individual and team deadlines.
Special requirements successful applicant must be a NZ Citizen or have permanent residency. You will be required to obtain a national security clearance classification. You will attend residential training at RNZPC (Wellington) for a period of up to 2 weeks and undertake ongoing Intelligence specific training. May be required to work outside normal business hours.