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CT Business Analyst, Metropolitan Police

Location: Central London
Salary: £32,341 plus £3,216 location allowance


Your analytical skills can help us keep the country safe

Tackling terrorism means keeping up with a fast-evolving threat. At our National Counter Terrorism Policing Headquarters (NCTPHQ), we’re constantly adapting our approach to ensure it’s fit for the challenge. As a Business Analyst, you’ll be at the very heart of what we do, shaping the way our Counter Terrorism (CT) network operates. It’s fascinating work – and who knows? – it could save lives in the future.

The NCTPHQ supports the entire UK CT policing network. The Change pillar oversees complex changes within NCTPHQ that determine the way CT works. You’ll be based in this area, within the Strategic Design Authority (SDA) – a newly created unit. Here, you’ll analyse the CT network and create high-level designs that shape its structure and operations. All design documents must have quality assurance and adhere to best practice. You’ll also provide the rest of the network with expert advice on business analysis methods.

This is a chance to have a direct impact on the way we tackle terrorism. You must therefore be an experienced Business Analyst with broad-ranging expertise. We’ll expect you to be comfortable using formal methodologies and developing business operating models. You should also be ready to review business cases and support projects through their lifecycle development. On top of your technical skills, you’ll need a gift for relationship management. Your success depends on managing a number of key stakeholders.

Join us and you can influence the development of the SDA and take your career forward too.

To apply, please visit our website to download a role specific information pack and application form.

Completed applications must be submitted by Friday 29th December 2017.

We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.



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