Scottish Biometrics Commissioner
Scottish Biometrics Commissioner

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Top job! Operations Manager

  • Full time
  • £51,211 – £60,548
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 14th October 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to help set up and establish a new independent office which has responsibility for biometric data in the criminal justice and policing sector in Scotland. Further information on the functions of the Scottish Biometrics Commissioner can be found in the enabling legislation: legislation.gov.uk/asp/2020/8/contents

The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner is recruiting a small team to help him to run his new office Reporting directly to the Commissioner, the Operations Manager will be working in a cross-functional team and will be responsible for all operational activities in support of the 4 year strategic plan. This will include liaising with Police Scotland, the Scottish Police Authority and the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner and other stakeholders and regulatory bodies on the use of biometric data. The Operations Manager will also assist the Commissioner to conduct independent reviews and ensure compliance on the use of biometric data in Scotland.

To be successful in this role, ideally you will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a supervisory or management position in a policing, human-rights, criminology or criminal justice environment. You will be able to demonstrate strong analysis and decision-making skills, you will have experience of building and maintaining collaborative relationships with stakeholders at all levels with well-developed written and oral communication skills.

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Top job! Corporate Services Manager

  • Full time
  • £51,211 – £60,548
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 14th October 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to help set up and establish a new independent office which has responsibility for biometric data in the criminal justice and policing sector in Scotland. Further information on the functions of the Scottish Biometrics Commissioner can be found in the enabling legislation: legislation.gov.uk/asp/2020/8/contents

The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner is recruiting a small team to help him to run his new office. Reporting directly to the Commissioner, the Corporate Services Manager will be working in a cross-functional team and will be responsible for all corporate activities in support of the 4 year strategic plan. This will include developing and establishing corporate policies, practices, and procedures, ensuring the effective management of the organisation and efficient use of its resources with responsibility for financial management and information governance. The Corporate Services Manager will also line manage a Business Support Officer.

To be successful in this role, ideally you will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a supervisory or management position in a corporate services environment. You will have experience of financial management and be able to demonstrate strong analysis and decision-making skills. You will have experience of building and maintaining collaborative relationships with stakeholders at all levels with well-developed written and oral communication skills.

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Business Support Officer

  • Full time
  • £30,126 – £34,995
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 14th October 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to help set up and establish a new independent office which has responsibility for biometric data in the criminal justice and policing sector in Scotland. Further information on the functions of the Scottish Biometrics Commissioner can be found in the enabling legislation: legislation.gov.uk/asp/2020/8/contents

The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner is recruiting a small team to help him to run his new office Reporting to the Corporate Services Manager, the Business Support Officer will be working in a cross-functional team and will be responsible for all business support activities in support of the 4 year strategic plan. This will include providing general administrative and business support, acting as first point of contact for general enquiries and communications, managing and updating content for the website, information and records management, responding to freedom of information and subject access requests in accordance with statutory requirements.

To be successful in this role, ideally you will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in an administrative support function with experience of information records management and website management. You will be able to demonstrate strong analysis and decision-making skills and you will have experience of building and maintaining collaborative relationships with stakeholders at all levels with well-developed written and oral communication skills.

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