The Force covers an area of 2,500 square kilometres with a population of almost one million. We currently employ more than 2000 police officers, almost 2000 police staff and over 500 volunteers.
A career with Leicestershire Police can be rewarding and will be built on your particular strengths.
In addition to our highly competitive pay scales, further benefits such as pension scheme based on employee and employer contributions, working from home, generous annual leave entitlement, high quality technical
and personal development training, call-out allowances, childcare voucher scheme and use of gym at competitive rates.
You’ll also enjoy working in an attractive, accessible, culturally vibrant and forward-looking county.
Based: Force Headquarters Jn21 or Vicinity of Jn 27 of M1
Working as a member of the Information System Section you will be able
to demonstrate a range of skills and significant experience including:
- Experience of conceptualising and identifying solutions and to further manage and take responsibility for all aspects of the design, implementation and technical management of enterprise grade systems and infrastructure to include physical systems, virtual systems and cloud platforms as necessary.
- Demonstrable experience investigating, identifying and taking the responsibility for the resolution of complex technical issues, and to engage with third party suppliers and specialist resources as appropriate.
- Experience of prioritising, planning, scheduling and monitoring of own work and experience of managing and planning budgetary control over the lifecycle of a piece of software, infrastructure or system. To also maintain documentation of systems, processes and problems using the appropriate tools and techniques (e.g. UML, DFD, network diagram, etc)
- Demonstrable experience of taking ownership of a project throughout the full implementation lifecycle and system utilising appropriate methodologies and techniques. Furthermore, to have experience and awareness of identifying and implementing appropriate system backup, recovery and business continuity processes.
- Demonstrate experience and a good working knowledge of implementing systems and services that conform to the requirements of internal and external security standards (e.g. relevant British and ISO standards, Cyber Essentials, NCSC and NIST).
- Proven skills in using a systematic, disciplined and analytical approach to problem solving including experience of investigating and resolving bugs. Experience of solving problems using ‘blue sky thinking’ to conceptualise and develop new technical solutions to resolve complex business problems while maintaining security compliance.
- Ability to work either independently or collaboratively with colleagues to achieve the best outcome for the organisation and a passion for maintaining existing skills and acquiring new capabilities via a mix of self-learning and formal training.
- Demonstrate specific skills in one or more key technologies (Oracle, SQL Server, network, Unix, Windows Server, Office 365, cloud and desktop operating systems).
To apply and for further details about the vacancy,
Please visit: https://www.leics.police.uk/ and follow the link to Careers, Search For Vacancies.
For an informal discussion or if you have any questions please contact:
Jas Minhas, phone 0116 2222222 ext 3307557 or e-mail email@example.com
David Lee, phone 0116 2222222 ext 3308318 or e-mail David.Lee@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk
Closing date for applications is 11:55pm on Sunday 29th September 2019