Performance Analyst Job Opportunity At NABIS
21st April 2020
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS) at the HQ office in Birmingham city centre as a Performance Analyst on a permanent full time hours contract. You will be part of a diverse and committed Operational Support Team, reporting directly to the Performance Lead.
NABIS provides fast-time intelligence linked to the criminal use of firearms, linking firearms incidents across the UK to help develop a national understanding of the use, supply, importation and manufacture of illegal firearms.
NABIS is a diverse and supportive organisation, where you can develop your skills, knowledge and experience in an engaging and flexible environment. We are committed to providing support throughout your employment with us for you to gain the skills you need to be successful and further your career.
- Responsible for a creative and innovative approach to understanding and communicating performance issues both internally and externally.
- Development of data collection strategies with internal departments, external Police Forces and agencies in order to create products to support senior decision makers.
- Provide analytical support to the three areas of NABIS (Operational Support, Intelligence Cell and Forensics)
- Carry out projects, reviews, assessments and evaluations as required.
- Develop frameworks using structured analytical techniques.
- Interpretation of performance against identified measures using performance tools, including Statistical Process Control (SPC) methodology.
- Reporting to senior management and decision making forums through written and verbal reports using information from a variety of sources.
- Respond to requests for data and statistics in a timely and accurate manner.
- To undertake survey research, including questionnaire design and the analysis and interpretation of responses.
- To actively participate in briefings, meetings, seminars and workshops, to gather present and exchange performance related information.
- To provide advice and guidance in relation to the use and interpretation of published performance data.
- To be an active team member and support the Heads of Departments in all aspects of performance management. Analysts are expected to work without direct supervision using their own initiative and experience.
- To liaise and work closely with staff and officers across the organisation, Police Forces and other agencies.