PNC Support Services Administrator – JRN 20212
 

The role:
Hours - 2x Full Time (37 hrs), 1x Part Time (18.5 hrs)

An opportunity has arisen to join the Police National Computer Bureau (PNCB) based at Bedlington.  The PNCB is responsible for updating the PNC with relevant and timely information relating to people and vehicles, working with partner agencies to achieve national performance standards, providing information and giving specialist advice as requested.

In return for your dedication and experience, we offer 23 days’ leave, excluding bank holidays, increasing to 28 days for 5 years+ service.  We support our people inside and out of work – offering a very competitive pension scheme, childcare vouchers, and discounts on shopping and eating out thanks to the Blue Light Card. And to take care of your physical and mental well-being, we’ve invested in extensive paid sick leave, trained mental health first aiders on-site, an employee advice service and access to gyms in some stations.  

What will I be doing?
As a member of the PNCB team you will be completing a range of functions which are predominantly computer based. You will have access to local and national systems to enable you to update and interrogate information, respond to enquiries and provide information to colleagues and partner agencies in compliance with force policy and legislation. 

There are four specific areas of work:
  • Creating, amending and interrogating PNC data, ensuring it is accurate and relevant. 
  • Where offenders are wanted on Warrant, completing enquiries in an attempt to locate them so they can be brought to justice
  • Working in liaison with partner agencies, HMCtS, CPS and DVLA 
  • Administration of the force Streets and Premises system

The successful individual will work as part of the PNCB team and will receive training over time to enable them to deliver services across all of the Bureau functions

What do I need?
Experience in PNC updating would be beneficial.

For further information please see the role profile: Role Definition

Vetting level: Recruitment Vetting (RV) 
Applicants must be a resident of the UK for a minimum period of 3 years to ensure vetting checks can be successfully performed.  A job offer will be dependent upon vetting clearance, medical information and references. 

If you have any queries with regard to the application process please contact the Talent Acquisition Team by email at careers@northumbria.pnn.police.uk
 
All staff including those appointed on fixed term contracts must successfully complete their probationary period before they are eligible to apply for a Northumbria Police vacancy.

Vacancy Contact:  To discuss the position in more detail please contact Kathryn Darby 9557, PNC Bureau Team Leader on 07927 677132

Northumbria Police fully supports a policy of equal opportunities and we welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. Appointments are based on merit alone

Vacancy Type
Police Staff
Rank/Grade
Grade B
Area Command/Department
Business Support
Location
Northumberland
Hours
Full Time
Salary Range
£17,942.36 to £18,543
 
The role:
Hours - 2x Full Time (37 hrs), 1x Part Time (18.5 hrs)

An opportunity has arisen to join the Police National Computer Bureau (PNCB) based at Bedlington.  The PNCB is responsible for updating the PNC with relevant and timely information relating to people and vehicles, working with partner agencies to achieve national performance standards, providing information and giving specialist advice as requested.

In return for your dedication and experience, we offer 23 days’ leave, excluding bank holidays, increasing to 28 days for 5 years+ service.  We support our people inside and out of work – offering a very competitive pension scheme, childcare vouchers, and discounts on shopping and eating out thanks to the Blue Light Card. And to take care of your physical and mental well-being, we’ve invested in extensive paid sick leave, trained mental health first aiders on-site, an employee advice service and access to gyms in some stations.  

What will I be doing?
As a member of the PNCB team you will be completing a range of functions which are predominantly computer based. You will have access to local and national systems to enable you to update and interrogate information, respond to enquiries and provide information to colleagues and partner agencies in compliance with force policy and legislation. 

There are four specific areas of work:
  • Creating, amending and interrogating PNC data, ensuring it is accurate and relevant. 
  • Where offenders are wanted on Warrant, completing enquiries in an attempt to locate them so they can be brought to justice
  • Working in liaison with partner agencies, HMCtS, CPS and DVLA 
  • Administration of the force Streets and Premises system

The successful individual will work as part of the PNCB team and will receive training over time to enable them to deliver services across all of the Bureau functions

What do I need?
Experience in PNC updating would be beneficial.

For further information please see the role profile: Role Definition

Vetting level: Recruitment Vetting (RV) 
Applicants must be a resident of the UK for a minimum period of 3 years to ensure vetting checks can be successfully performed.  A job offer will be dependent upon vetting clearance, medical information and references. 

If you have any queries with regard to the application process please contact the Talent Acquisition Team by email at careers@northumbria.pnn.police.uk
 
All staff including those appointed on fixed term contracts must successfully complete their probationary period before they are eligible to apply for a Northumbria Police vacancy.

Vacancy Contact:  To discuss the position in more detail please contact Kathryn Darby 9557, PNC Bureau Team Leader on 07927 677132

Northumbria Police fully supports a policy of equal opportunities and we welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. Appointments are based on merit alone