Research and Analysis Officer
MOPAC Grade 6: £40,961
Vacancy Description
Job reference number: MOPAC RAO
Contract: 1 x Permanent and 1 x 12 month Fixed Term
Salary: £40,961 per annum
Grade: 6
Closing date: Sunday 14 July 2019 at 23:59
Interview date: To be confirmed
 
Details

The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) is the organisation through which the Mayor of London exercises his role as the Police and Crime Commissioner for London and is led by the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime. MOPAC undertakes a broad range of statutory duties and works closely with the Mayor of London, Deputy Mayor and Metropolitan Police Service to deliver the priorities that will create safer London communities.

 

This is an exciting time to join MOPAC to continue to drive the delivery of the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan for London. We are a dedicated, professional, highly skilled workforce and are committed to equality and diversity.

 

We are looking to appoint to two Research and Analysis Officer positions within the Evidence & Insight team – one on a permanent and another on a fixed term basis. This is the dedicated MOPAC in-house research and analysis team consisting of experienced analysts and social researchers conducting research into crime, criminal justice and policing for London.

 

The role holder will be expected to have experience within performance analysis and oversight (e.g., data dashboards) and issues around data quality and/or research methods. It would be a significant advantage to have experience of data recording systems and performance management systems in complex organisations.  Furthermore, in-depth knowledge of policing, crime and levers available to drive improvement in a policing and wider public service context, as well as qualitative and quantitative research data, would also be advantageous.

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Political Restriction; under the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 (as amended by the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011) all members of staff of the MOPAC will be politically restricted without the right to apply for an exemption.

 

The successful candidates will be expected to undergo the necessary security vetting which may take up to 8 weeks to be completed. Applicants will also need to have resided in the UK continuously for at least the last three years.

 

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact John Chapman:  John.Chapman@mopac.london.gov.uk

 

For more information about the recruitment process and submitting applications please contact MOPAC HR at HR@mopac.london.gov.uk

 

MOPAC welcomes applications from all sections of the community and a wide range of diverse backgrounds. Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.