Intelligence Officer (Accident Studies)

Worcester, Worcestershire
£26,700 - £28,468 per annum
05 Aug 2022
04 Sep 2022
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Job Title: Intelligence Officer (Accident Studies) 
Salary: Up to £28,468 
Contracted Hours: 35 hours
Location: Hybrid working and Worcester

Worcestershire County Council is looking a for passionate, enthusiastic Intelligence Officer in our Economy and Infrastructure Directorate to help reduce accidents on our road and make a difference to public safety

The work we do at Worcestershire County Council matters! We are there for the most vulnerable people in society who need us the most, we are helping to build a successful and growing local economy, we protect our environment, we improve outcomes for our children, young people and families, and we help ensure our residents are healthier, live longer and have a better quality of life. In short, what we do makes a difference to people's lives!

While you are working hard and doing your best for the people of Worcestershire, we will do our best to provide an environment that supports and inspires you.  We encourage a great work life balance, we offer a generous annual leave scheme with the opportunities to purchase additional leave, we provide an excellent Pension Scheme and champion opportunities for training, learning, development and career progression. 

We have one of the fastest growing economies in the country and it’s something we are incredibly proud of. Our investment into infrastructure is greater now than at any stage in the last 30 years as we strive to ensure Worcestershire is a fantastic place to live, work, travel through and do business in.

The Economy and Infrastructure (E&I) Directorate lives and breathes the County Council’s key priority of Worcestershire being ‘Open for Business’. We promote economic growth by reducing journey times, improving connectivity and increasing employment opportunities throughout the county. We wouldn’t be able to do any of that without our dedicated staff. Our teams are made up of talented individuals including engineers, planners, surveyors, project managers and civil engineering professionals with a wide variety of skills and qualifications to support the delivery of our corporate priorities.

Are you a bit of an Excel whizz and looking for a role where your friends thinks, ‘That’s an interesting job!’? So, what makes it so interesting? You’ll be in a team who work alongside the Police to find out why accidents happen and how they can be prevented.  Your holistic approach will help you to work on major incidents, using data analysis and data modelling to explain what happened and why and what you think could be done differently. To help you do this, you’ll be working with accident safety advisers, road engineers,  developers and planners.

You’ll have excellent mathematical knowledge and sound statistical analysis skills, gained through work or study

In return you’ll get access to lots of training and development and the following benefits:

25 days’ leave plus bank holidays (potential to match up to 30 days)
Green Car Scheme
Bike Scheme
Career average pension scheme
Relocation package up to £10,000 (subject to T&Cs)
Access to a range of leisure, fashion, travel and lifestyle discounts

Flexible Working

We are proud to offer flexible working as standard, so that you can split your time between the office and home.


Worcestershire County Council is committed to promoting equality and diversity and ensuring that all appointments are made based on the suitability of a candidate to the role only.

We are inclusive – this is important to us and we are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer.   Disability Confident is helping us recruit and retain great people to meet our workforce needs. If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please let us know.

In line with the "Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, we do not automatically reject applicants with a criminal record. Every application will be considered individually, considering the nature and circumstances of the conviction and the type of work applied for. You will not be asked to disclose 'spent' convictions unless the work requires access to children and vulnerable adults.

Application Closing Date:  4th September 2022

Interview Dates: Week commencing 19th September 2022

For Further Information or to Apply

For an informal chat, please contact Andy Ashfield, email: or call 01905 766786

Please send your CV and cover letter explaining how you meet the essential criteria to

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