CLOSING DATE: September 1, 2014
Pitt Street, Glasgow
Band G: £32,577 – £37,401
Ref no: R22/14/2
YOU will be responsible for managing the Police Scotland Intranet on a day-to-day basis ensuring publishers are appropriately trained and that content adheres to the relevant standards in line with the communication strategy and accessibility guidelines.
You will work closely with IT and members of the internal communications team to take forward the development of the Intranet in terms of its design, structure and functionality in order to enhance the ability of the organisation to share and communicate information effectively.
This post is permanent and requires standard recruitment vetting.
The following supervisory competencies will be used for the selection process:
* Effective communication
* Management ability
* Job knowledge
* Service delivery
* Problem solving
* Team working
* Partnership working
Please be aware that that the interim SPA pay and grading structure may be subject to future change.
Individuals working, or applying for, a flexible working arrangement who wish to apply for this post will have their flexible working arrangement considered in line with current policy, as well as both personal and organisational needs.
Police Scotland is committed to promoting a diverse workforce and to achieving and promoting an organisational culture where staff and officers are treated with dignity, fairness and respect.
To assist us to monitor the effectiveness of our equality and diversity practices, we would encourage you to complete and submit the Equality and Diversity monitoring form, which will be separated from your application form prior to the selection process. The information you provide will be treated as sensitive data under the Data Protection Act 1998.
Applicants must be a British citizen, a member of the EU or other states in the EEA, a Commonwealth citizen or a foreign national free of restrictions. You should also have been resident in the UK for a minimum of three years immediately prior to application. In certain circumstances, it is possible for the minimum residency period for vetting to be waived. This can only be done where it is possible to make, or confirm, in the relevant jurisdictions with local Law Enforcement and National Security bodies, which are equivalent, and of a similar standard, to enquiries, which would be made in the UK, on both the applicant and all family members and associates. In cases where it is not possible to makes the equivalent checks, the residency criterion will be stringently enforced.
No CVs please – full application forms must be completed.
For an application pack visit www.scotland.police.uk/recruitment, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01355 566350. Please quote reference number R22/14/2.
Closing date: Monday 1 September by 4.30pm.
Interview date: To be advised.
Our Purpose: To improve the safety and well being of people, places and communities in Scotland.
Our Focus: Keeping people safe.