National Digital Exploitation Service (NDES) Manager

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£43,298 to £48,494 plus £3,406 location allowance plus 12.5% shift allowance
Posted
03 Jan 2017
Closes
23 Jan 2017
Clearance Level
SC
Job Type
Permanent

National Digital Exploitation Service (NDES) Manager

SALARY: £43,298 to £48,494 plus £3,406 location allowance plus 12.5% shift allowance.

LOCATION: London, SW6

We’re fighting crime and terrorism in cyber space.

We want you to lead the way.

Today’s criminals and terrorists are more technically advanced than ever. To combat the threats they represent, digital innovation is crucial. This pioneering work happens at the National Digital Exploitation Service (NDES). Here, our experts work on everything from analysis of cyber attacks to technology development. As a Manager, you’ll be leading highly skilled professionals within a cutting-edge environment. It’s your chance to inspire a team – and to protect the country.  

In this key role, you’ll manage six technical police staff and officers. You’ll be based within TIDE (the NDES Technical Innovation Development Environment). Your main task is to supervise projects and to create a knowledge network by working with key partners. It means building links across industry to capture best practice and identify new opportunities. You’ll also work with the wider Police and Counter Terrorism network, sharing information within the law enforcement community.

To be a credible manager, you must have sound operational experience of deploying covert methodology. You’ll have gained this in the police, MoD or security services. Whatever your background, you’ll be a great team leader and a skilled technical expert. We’re looking for extensive knowledge of at least one of the following areas, and a good understanding of another: 

·       Ethical / hacking / cyber attacks

·       Malware analysis

·       Software / script development

·       Cryptography

·       Reverse engineering / vulnerability research

·       Anonymising technologies

·       Mobile security

·       Systems administration

·       Network engineering

·       Equipment interference

 

If you think you have the relevant skills, join us and help safeguard the nation.

To apply, please visit our website to download a role-specific information pack and application form.

Completed applications must be returned by 4pm on 23rd January 2017.

 

Please note we are only able to review the first 30 applications received.