The location will be in Calcot, Reading
Parking will be available
Experience in this field WILL be essential
As the data quality officer you will monitor, interpret, investigate and audit information held on the System in compliance with Management of Police Information (MoPI)/Quality Assurance Framework, ensuring information is correct and deadlines for ‘follow ups’ with members of the public are met.
Maintain and monitor the System data to review, link and analyse information held on the system to ensure compliance requirements are maintained whilst merging, amending or removing inaccurate information and providing clear audit trails.
Research and analyse information on the system to make informed decisions on the accuracy of data held, ensuring that Thames Valley Victims First Hub is meeting agreed targets regarding follow up dates for victims of crime.
Quality assure information to create/amend data in line with MoPI and Quality Assurance Framework.
Review/verify inaccurate data identified by reports/users and monitor/evaluate standards of information in order to ensure compliance.
Investigate data to identify areas of concern/patterns of incorrect information, escalating to PCC Policy Development Manager to ensure the identified issues are resolved.
Support the audit program as required by PCC Policy Development Manager to identify problems/possible solutions and produce management information for PCC Policy Development Manager, thus facilitating informed decision making to ensure quality of service is monitored and maintained.
Liaise with Users at all levels, be point of contact when providing expert advice and support promoting best practice in the use of the system establishing the effective working standards across the organisation and challenge poor standards of use.
To apply for this role please apply online or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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