Detective Staff Investigator
Office based in Chesterfield
Up to £13.48 per hour
An interesting and unique opportunity has arisen with a large public sector organisation. This organisation is extremely supportive, flexible and encourages personal and professional development. Brook Street is a proactive mental health supporter with a dedicated team of first aiders to support you if ever you require support during your employment.
Purpose of the role:
Detective Staff Investigators must be able to conduct serious and complex investigations, interview victims and witnesses in relation to serious and complex investigations, interview suspects in relation to serious and complex investigations.
To hold a role relevant degree such as Criminology, Law, Social Work, Psychology or related subjects, or a
recognised investigative qualification achieved through practical application. This could include PIP2 but
o Proven experience in producing accurate professional reports or documents (in a work setting) with
attention to detail that could be used to aid more senior decision makers and/or effect change.
o Ability to scrutinise and analyse often complex and conflicting data to present accurate information.
o Proven experience of communicating with a wide range of people, including members of the public,
professionals and external agencies. This could include interviewing, conflict management and dealing
with complex, confidential and sensitive issues.
o Must have capability to travel to different locations within the region / county to undertake assignments.
Due to the requirement to work flexibly and unsocial hours: public transport may not be suitable or
available. For this reason, a full UK driving licence is considered essential.
o Experience of managing and resolving complex problems with having minimal initial information.
o Due to the nature of the role, applicants must be willing to work flexibly in terms of department and
location. Once accredited, DSI's can be moved between departments, which may or may not result in
working a shift pattern.
If you have relevant and experience and are interested in this rare opportunity, please apply. The successful applicant will be required to go through the police vetting process which takes around 4-6 weeks.