REED are proud to present a temporary Vetting Researcher position for the NYP based in Northallerton paying £10.12 per hour.
To administer the vetting function
To record and handle vetting information
To maintain accurate files, indices, diaries, logs and registers which
may be necessary for good record management under the Protective
Marking Scheme. Act as first line help desk for all matters relating to the vetting
process. Including the responsibility for maintaining and updating
the Frequently Asked Questions section of the Vetting Subsite.
Essential skills and experience:
To provide specialist advice in relation to (and to maintain a sound knowledge of) the ACPO National Vetting Policy 2004 and relevant
Home Officer Circulars (notably 54/2003)
To create vetting files and maintain ownership for individual
applications for the entirety of the vetting process (from receipt to
informing the relevant personnel of the result)
To search local and national systems for retrieval of information. To
interrogate relevant systems such as PNC, CATS and other record
systems and to liaise with other forces and agencies to check for any conviction history, criminal backgrounds or other factors which could
affect applicants to prescribed posts or roles.
After training, to be able to search the Experian Credit Reference
Check facility and analyse the data obtained.
After official ACPO accredited training to be able to access and
interrogate the IMPACT National Databases. And to then liaise with
the relevant Foreign Force if an adverse trace is identified.
After all systems have been interrogated to identify any adverse
traces, collate the relevant data, précis and refer to the Vetting
Coordinator. If no traces are identified to notify the requesting
officer that the vetting applicant was successful.
To have responsibility of informing the requesting officer of the result
of the vetting application.
After government training to be able to access and utilise the
PARASOL system appropriately and sensitively.
To provide a professional service and maintain a high level of
integrity at all times especially when dealing with sensitive and
To create faxes, letters, reports and electronic messages which
deliver or request information from internal departments, other
forces and organisations.
To respond to vetting requests from Foreign Forces, by obtaining the
data from the relevant NYP system and officially notifying the
requesting force of the result.
To maintain and update relevant databases and to contribute to the
development of procedures and processes within the Vetting Unit.
Proven previous experience in working within a secure and confidential environment.
To have awareness of the British Standard 7858