As an analyst within the Road Policing Intelligence Unit, you will form an integral part of a diversely skilled team that provide operational intelligence and analytical support to assist Road Policing Command in understanding and responding to road policing issues.
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Department: Victoria Police
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Analyst
Classification: VPSG3
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/20004166R
Closing Date: 22-Jul-2018
Salary Range: $66,699 - $80,987
Job Duration: Ongoing
Attachments: PD C2763.docx (Word, 431KB)
Job Specification

VPS Application Form.docx (Word, 639KB)
Self Assessment

Contact: Lisa BRODIE
9247 3709 or

Position Details

About the role:

Being at the forefront of road policing within Victoria Police, you will have the opportunity to identify emerging issues and contribute to the deployment of state wide resources to assist in improving road user behaviour and reduce road trauma on Victorian roads. Your technical abilities in statistics and data mining utilising Structured Query Language (SQL) and SAS-EG would be highly regarded and will enhance the Unit's capabilities to ensure sound and robust intelligence is provided to decision makers. Formal intelligence training and ongoing professional development will be available to strengthen your analytical capability and expertise in the intelligence discipline.

Your duties will include:

  • Reporting  to the Analyst Manager, Road Policing Intelligence Unit, you will follow the intelligence process to collect and analyse information, and report high quality intelligence on a broad range of road safety issues
  • Providing authoritative advice to senior managers on intelligence findings and emerging trends in road trauma to enable timely responses
  • Liaising with and developing a good working relationship with potential sources of information from inside and outside Victoria Police to obtain assistance in the provision of timely and accurate information
  • Undertaking proactive scanning of road policing priorities to identify trends and emerging issues
  • Performing quantitative analysis, data mining (statistical and geospatial) and querying using various complex datasets

As the successful applicant, you will have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field is highly desirable, and may include criminology, criminal justice, criminal intelligence, law, statistics, public health or geospatial science
  • Experience working in an intelligence, analytical or research-related field is highly desirable
  • Well-developed written and oral communication skills and proven ability to plan and organise work and produce high quality results
  • Well-developed  conceptual  and  analytical  skills  including  the  ability  to  review  a  variety  of information and identify trends, patterns and issues and provide advice
  • Technical ability to write data queries utilising SQL and SAS is desirable

Requirements and relevant information:

  • The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, achieve and maintain a security classification as determined by the Department Head.  To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen.

Your application must include:

  • Resume
  • Completed application form - attached to the job advertisement

Applications close Sunday 22 July 2018 - No applications will be accepted via email.

If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact Lisa BRODIE on (03) 9247 3709 or via email

If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email

About Us:

Victoria Police is a large organisation employing police, public servants and protective services officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. 

At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a diverse workforce which includes people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. 

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