Ref: 23/140 Location: Nettleham HQ Grade/Salary: SG3 (£38,856 - £43,254) Contract: Permanent Full time: 37 Hours per week Vetting Requirement/Residency: Management Vetting, 5 year residency Interview date: TBC
We are currently seeking to recruit for the role of Senior Data Engineer.
This is a new and exciting role, pivotal to shaping our future ambitions and delivering our priorities. Whereby the successful candidate will support the Data Architect in the design and implementation of a new data platform and data flows to connect operational systems and data for analytics to deliver business intelligence and insight.
Reporting to the Data Architect, this is a fantastic opportunity for a highly motivated and talented individual to co-ordinate with teams across the Force setting best practice and standards, identifying opportunities to reuse existing data flows, optimise the code to ensure processes perform optimally, be responsible for the build of data-streaming systems and champion data engineering across the Force to ensure that the Data platform delivers on the Forces strategic and operational aims and objectives.
As a trusted, values-led member of the team you will constantly seek to engage with people to cultivate strong and collaborative working relationships with colleagues, including external partners. You will be a passionate advocate for the user experience and will work collaboratively with our digital technology users in the co-design and development of our services to ensure their experience is always positive.
Because we work in a climate of constant change and uncertainty, we are looking for an experienced, independently minded, and creative individual with a ‘can do’ style, whose focus is innovation and adaptability.
You can be assured that this role will prove to be highly rewarding and give the opportunity to demonstrate the force values at all times. All staff involved in carrying out functions in this role will do so in accordance with the principles of the Code of Ethics. The aim of the Code of Ethics is to support each member of the policing profession to deliver the highest professional standards in their service to the public.
The standard shift pattern for the role is shown, however flexible working patterns will be considered on a full and part-time basis. Applications will be considered on an individual basis and all requests must meet the organisational need as well as individual need, which can be determined with the successful applicant.
What Lincolnshire Police can offer you:
The health, happiness and wellbeing of our colleagues is vitally important at Lincolnshire Police, and we offer the following benefits:
Generous annual leave entitlements
Local Government Pension Scheme
Flexible working schemes
A dedicated Health and Care Team with an in-house Occupational Health Service
Mental Health Support with free Counselling Services and Chaplaincy Support
Family Support and Menopause Support Networks
Financial Wellbeing Support
Eligibility to join the Blue Light Scheme and obtain a range of online and High Street Discounts
Free Eye Tests with Spec Savers
Cycle to Work scheme
Free gym access at a number of Lincolnshire Policing Sites
Staff Recognition including Making a Difference Awards, Long Service Awards, and commendations
Please make clear on your application form which shift pattern you wish to be considered for.
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