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Leicestershire Police UK Job Vacancy 2021 Details

Name of Recruitment Leicestershire Police UK Recruitment 2021
Job Location Job in Leicestershire
Name of Job Opening Business Analyst Jobs  
Job Type Jobs in England
Salary Range £ 34,578 – 41,718 Per Year (Not Confirm)

Leicestershire Police UK Jobs Description 2021


You will be working as part of a team responsible for delivering sustainable business improvements and change, in a complex organisation.
This will be achieved through systematic and robust investigation, analysis and review of systems and services; providing documentation to identify and deliver appropriate solutions to manage current, emerging or future service challenges.


• To make sure outcomes are aligned with organisational priorities, service vision and business strategy by contributing to the link between current and future business models and delivering to the business architecture
• To undertake consultations and/or focus groups to elicit the right information to understand current or future departmental or project issues.
• To challenge constructively and act as a critical friend to achieve solutions that are fit for purpose
• To facilitate collaboration and lead effective communication with all stakeholders to support design, build and delivery to meet the user needs                                                                                                                                                                                    To analyse, document and propose solutions for large and/or complex business areas, prepare requirements specifications and obtain sign-off of these where required.
• To provide the link between the business and any third party regarding software functionality, throughout the development lifecycle and to assist in the preparation of user and system test plans.
• Support the force ambition to be digitally excellent by horizon scanning within Policing and beyond for innovative practises and enabling technologies that can be strategically adopted.
• Prepare reports to the timescales directed showing progress against outstanding milestones, status, resource requirements, issues, risks and dependencies
• Produce process, data and systems models as needed to describe both current and proposed business solutions
• To manage Business benefit identification and ensure that the benefits are realisable
• To facilitate workshops for requirements gathering
• To maintain a knowledge of the Force in terms of its core activities and strategic objectives.
• To investigate the business impact of a proposed solution or initiative
• To consider the different viewpoints and needs surrounding an issue and determine the degree of involvement necessary to ensure success.
• To work collaboratively to ensure that affective communication channels are established and maintained.
• To be innovative in the reduction of bureaucracy and process improvement.


• Educated to degree level (or equivalent) or equivalent work experience
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop effective working relationships and influence and challenge key stakeholders to bring about business change
• Robust working knowledge of a range of methodologies and tools appropriate for the BA role when managing business change (e.g. Use Cases, UML, BPMN)
• Experience of defining solutions to business problems by eliciting, analysing and documenting business requirements
• Ability to analyse and test complex, and at times conflicting, data and information to identify trends, gaps, threats and opportunities applicable to project or business requirements
• Ability to review, test and redesign project outcomes, to ensure benefits and intended outcomes are realised
• Experience of maintaining the alignment of a project to a strategic roadmap, ensuring its contribution to the desired operating model is achieved
• “Cradle to grave” project lifecycle experience, ideally in projects that have given exposure to both waterfall and iterative (e.g. Agile) development methodologies

• Business Analysis qualification (e.g. BCS)
• TOGAF and/or ArchiMate qualification
• Project management qualification or knowledge of methodologies used (e.g. Prince 2)
• Testing qualification or knowledge of methodologies used
• ITIL Foundation level qualification or equivalent
• Working knowledge of large public sector and/or other complex organisations


We have identified nine competencies that help describe what effective behaviour looks like in Derbyshire Constabulary. These competencies illustrate how we put our Force’s guiding principles into practice so that everyone understands what is expected of them in their day-to-day work:
Acting with Integrity: Is trusted and respected by others and is known as someone who does what they say they’ll do. Understands the impact and consequences of doing (and being seen to do) the right thing, is happy to raise concerns and will challenge inappropriate or unethical behaviour.
Working with others: Works to develop a positive team spirit and appreciates the value different backgrounds and experience can contribute to team success. Is approachable and inspires others to do their best. Treats others with dignity and respect, and maintains a positive, friendly outlook.
Appreciates the contributions of others – and lets them know.
Problem solving and innovation: Uses experience, creativity and common sense to solve problems practically and innovatively. Makes sure they fully understand the problem, its cause and implications. Seeks the input and views of others. Weighs up options to make sure the solution they choose is the most effective and makes good decisions in a timely way.
Planning and organising: Is clear about their goals and creates plans and processes that are targeted at the right priorities – those that will truly deliver the most value. Copes well with change and uncertainty, knows that it’s not always possible to get the full picture or remove every risk before taking action.
Communicating and influencing: Presents written and verbal communication in a clear and effective way. Puts across points of view persuasively, but keeps an open mind and is willing to change their position if sound arguments are presented back.
Personal development: Takes opportunities to improve their skills, knowledge and experience.
Gives and seeks constructive feedback to help them and others develop successfully.
Delivering results: Delivers what is needed when promised. Enjoys adding value, knows what needs to be done and stays focused. Identifies issues or obstacles that could prevent or delay getting things done and takes appropriate action.
Customer focus: Knows how they personally support the service we provide to the public. Is absolutely passionate about adding value for the public and internal stakeholders, improving processes and removing unnecessary cost and waste. Understands how their attitude and behaviour impacts on public perception of the service we provide.

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