Data Management Indexer

South Wales Police
Police Staff
National Data Management Centre
K National Data Management Centre
£27,789.00 to £32,772.00
Full Time

19/03/2024, 15:00

Data Management Officer/Indexer

Force:                        South Wales Police

Role Type:                 Police Staff

Business Area:          National Data Management Unit

Location:                    Bridgend

Grade:                        SC5/6

Salary:                       £27,789.00 to £32,772.00 plus 20% shift allowance

Part/Full Time:           Full Time (suitable for Job Share)

Hours of Work:          37 (suitable for Job Share)

Type of Contract:       Permanent

Level of Welsh language ability required:      Level 2

South Wales Police are seeking to recruit a number of Data Management Indexer/Officers to work within our innovative and dynamic National Data Management Unit. 

You will form part of the Data Management Indexing team, providing efficient, proficient and effective service regarding all aspects of Data Management Administration and Investigation.  You will work across multiple databases, research and cross reference intelligence through secured databases and would be expected to identify key lines of enquiry, raising this information when required.  

This is a challenging job where we require unique individuals that can work under pressure, prioritise workloads and use their initiative. In return, you will have an immensely satisfying job where you are making a significant contribution to safeguarding the communities of South Wales and throughout the United Kingdom. 

Post holders will be working on a Monday to Friday shift rota. In accordance with this shift pattern you will receive 20% shift allowance. 

This post is suitable for job share.

It is essential that candidates are prepared to successfully complete the enhanced security clearance and developed vetting process. The post holders will also require the successful completion of an additional security induction process, part of which requires pre-screening checks of nationality and foreign connections. 

You will also be required to have lived within the UK for a minimum of 10 years in order to be suitable for this level of vetting required.

The successful Candidate must be willing to undergo vetting to MV/SC/DV Vetting.

Please note, if you are subject to an ongoing PSD investigation, you appointment or placement in the role may be delayed pending an outcome. Whether the role is held open will be considered on a case-by-case basis

It must be stressed that in addition to developed vetting and force management vetting, candidates must achieve both clearances to take up this post and also attend and pass the required National Training Courses.

If you need any assistance with regards to the application and recruitment process, we are holding a workshop on the below day which might be of interest to you:

Workshop Evening on Monday 4th March 2024 at 6:00 pm at:


Police Learning Centre

South Wales Police Headquarters

Cowbridge Road


CF31 3SU


Please register you interest by emailing 

To apply please complete the online application form.


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This opportunity is closed to applications.