Crime Analyst (17141793)
|Title:||Crime Analyst (17141793)|
|Details:||Mission: Every day at the Montana Department of Justice, our employees are dedicated to ensuring the well-being and rights of the people of our great state. At the Department of Justice we do the right thing for the right reason. If you’re looking for an opportunity to be part of a team that builds a culture of character and excellence, demonstrates collaboration and selfless public service, and upholds the law and pursues public safety, the Department of Justice may just be the career for you. |
The job description can be found on the mt.gov website at https://jobs.mt.gov/jobs/home.seek
|Qualifications:||Knowledge, skills, and abilities:|
Ability to understand and learn laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, precedents and terminologies within the intelligence analysis process; ability to learn the standards and capacities of the law enforcement intelligence network; ability to learn the operations of the Montana CJIN and CJIS systems (including Advanced CJIN Certification with a Criminal History Endorsement that is gained within six months of employment) and knowledge of cyber threats and analysis. Must have working knowledge of computers, computer networks and various automated and manual information retrieval systems. The incumbent must have knowledge of the methods and techniques utilized for research, statistical analysis, computer intrusion techniques, and technology trends and practices.
Requires some skill in the application of the analytical aptitudes that are necessary to effectively gather, verify, compile, construe, analyze and interpret statistical / technical data and an extensive array of complex information depicted in written, mathematical or diagrammatic form. The employee must be able to deal effectively with abstract and concrete variables including variables that rely upon the utilization of mathematical formulas, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The employee must be skilled in calculating decimals and percentages; creating and interpreting graphs; and performing statistical calculations that include, but are not limited to, frequency distributions, reliability and validity of tests, correlation techniques, factor analysis and econometrics. The employee must have the ability to maintain knowledge of current technology trends and techniques.
The incumbent must be skilled in performing detail work with a high degree of accuracy, organizing and coding results, adhering to established policies and procedures. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work under tight deadlines are also required.
Skilled in utilizing computers for interfacing with and accessing a full range of structured and unstructured data in a secure, reliable and scalable manner, including the use of information retrieval systems that use complex, technical hardware and software as platforms for word processing, automated file maintenance, database management and electronic spreadsheets. The position must be skilled in accessing and managing data stored within relational databases and integrating data with internal and external network applications.
Skill is also required in the operation and maintenance of common office machines and training equipment.
• Initiative and Accountability
• Personal Effectiveness
• Thinking and Problem Solving
Typical Education (include degree type and field, if applicable): Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree
Other related and/or acceptable fields of study: A degree in computer science, computer engineering, digital forensics, cyber security, telecommunications, or information assurance.
Two years of professional job-related experience in intelligence analysis with a criminal justice, military, or governmental intelligence agency, criminal intelligence network organization, or business, financial or academic institution that compiles data, analyzes findings and writes reports that indicated relationships between various parties.
Other combinations of education and experience than those listed above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Within 12 months of hire, the incumbent will start the process to obtain a clearance issued by the federal government. If the incumbent is unable to obtain this clearance, employment will be terminated.
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|Employer:||Montana Department of Justice|
|Contact:||Michelle Gomez |
Phone: (406) 444-0256
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