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Intelligence Supervisor

Employer
National Crime Agency.
Location
Bristol, London, Warrington
Salary
£40,209 - £43,705 Roles based in London will receive an additional London Weighting of £3,424.
Closing date
4 Oct 2021
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Job Details

As an Intelligence Supervisor, your role will be to drive, manage and lead on the development of intelligence in support of the NCA’s mission. You will manage projects, operations and intelligence development plans to contribute to the National Strategic Assessment, Annual Plan, National Intelligence Requirements and National Control Strategy, to drive business and aid the fight to cut serious and organised crime.

Job description

There are a number of roles available :

• National Data Exploitation Capability - The National Data Exploitation Capability (NDEC) is a multidisciplinary team made up of data and technology professionals, intelligence officers and analysts, data management officers and business enablement specialists transforming how the NCA and wider UK Law Enforcement community operate.
By partnering with other organisations, and using advanced data analytics and data science techniques, NDEC creates insights that disrupt and detect serious and organised crime (SOC). NDEC is also responsible for managing the acquisition of data to exploit and enhance the understanding of these SOC threats. NDEC Operational teams are supported by NDEC HQ, a business enablement capability driving NDEC to be more efficient and effective in their work.

• NECC - The National Economic Crime Centre is a collaborative multi-agency centre housed in the NCA established to deliver a step change in the response to tackling economic crime. As an NCA Tasking Senior Officer embedded in the NECC, you will work with the NCA Tasking manager, partner agency embeds and the NECC Threat Leads to identify economic crime opportunities for Tasking into the Agency or where the Agency can support a partner. You will provide advice to NECC colleagues on the Tasking process and work collaboratively with Tasking and other NCA teams to task economic crime intelligence developments and investigations into the Agency, prioritised on the highest harm networks and the NCA ambitions. You will also form part of the NCA’s Regional Organised Crime Network responsible for providing NCA support to partners investigating economic crime.

Please indicate your department and location preference within your application. Your department preference will be discussed at interview. Whilst we cannot guarantee that you will be placed into your chosen department, candidate preference will be considered at the point of posting. For Merit order only location will be considered.
 

Responsibilities

What will I be doing?

You will lead on the cross-source data exploitation, analysis, delivery and dissemination of Intelligence products to drive activity to combat serious and organised crime, in support of both tactical and strategic objectives. You will interact with other NCA departments and teams, and external partners including government, Law Enforcement, UK Intelligence Community, public, private and third sector partners.

Your role will be to support analytic teams and/or other stakeholders with the tasking of intelligence assets and collection of information, utilising the full range of covert and overt resources at the NCA’s disposal.

NDEC is at the centre of the Agency’s plans to exploit all-source intelligence and bulk data to identify those individuals posing the highest threat, risk and harm to the UK and its partners. Working closely alongside data science specialists you will be in a unique position to identify new datasets and apply innovative analytical techniques to inform the decision making of the Agency and wider government. You will be responsible for identifying and developing the highest harm networks and working closely with other teams to develop them into operational packages for investigating officers.

NECC: The National Economic Crime Centre is a collaborative multi-agency centre housed in the NCA established to deliver a step change in the response to tackling economic crime. As an NCA Tasking Senior Officer embedded in the NECC, you will work with the NCA Tasking manager, partner agency embeds and the NECC Threat Leads to identify economic crime opportunities for Tasking into the Agency or where the Agency can support a partner. You will provide advice to NECC colleagues on the Tasking process and work collaboratively with Tasking and other NCA teams to task economic crime intelligence developments and investigations into the Agency, prioritised on the highest harm networks and the NCA ambitions. You will also form part of the NCA’s Regional Organised Crime Network responsible for providing NCA support to partners investigating economic crime.

NCCU: National Cyber Crime Unit - leads the UK’s fight against cybercrime and uses specialist capabilities and expertise to support law enforcement partners across the UK and coordinate the entire UK response to cybercrime.
Officers across the NCCU Intelligence teams will be expected to de conflict intelligence products and contribute to the acquisition and development of tactical and strategic intelligence, focused on serious and organised crime affecting the UK.
A background in Cyber is not required to join NCCU Intelligence. Each officer is provided with a bespoke training package to get you job ready and continuous Professional Development is supported whilst in post. DV security clearance will be required / need to be attained for some roles.

To be considered you will need to successfully complete an SC enhanced clearance before commencing the role and you may need to obtain DV and STRAP clearance at a later date

***All NCA officers must hold SC Enhanced upon entry as a minimum. To meet the National Security Vetting requirements for this role you will need to have resided in the UK for a minimum of 3 out of the past 5 years. For more information please see the Candidate information Pack***

Qualifications

The following qualifications are essential to the role and proof will be required at interview:

• IPP Intelligence Officer accreditation or equivalent experience as listed in the technical and experience criteria as an Intelligence Supervisor.

Please ensure the dates of any accreditations you are relying on, are entered on to the CV.

Should you progress to the assessment stage of the process, you will be required to provide a copy of the original certificate.

Behaviours

We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:

  • Leadership
  • Developing Self and Others

Technical skills

We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:

  • Experience of researching, gathering, evaluating and structuring intelligence in law enforcement, defence or national security.
  • The ability to utilise a range of techniques, tools and resources to achieve this.
  • Substantial knowledge of relevant legislation and policy within law enforcement, defence or national security.
  • Good knowledge of data management within law enforcement, defence or national security.
  • A sound understanding of the Cyber Crime landscape, emerging techniques and the threat to the UK.

Successful candidates must meet the security requirements before they can be appointed. The level of security needed is SECURITY CHECK (SC)

Medical

Successful candidates will be expected to have a medical.

Company

Organised crime is one of the gravest threats to national security - blighting communities, ruining lives and costing the UK well over £34 billion every year. Organised crime can feel distant from most peoples’ day to day lives, but it affects us all. From the sexual exploitation of children to the smuggling of illegal firearms, cyber crime, human trafficking and modern slavery - serious and organised crime is everywhere.

The National Crime Agency's role is to protect the public from the most serious threats by disrupting and bringing to justice those serious and organised criminals who present the highest risk to the UK.

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07710 516403
Location
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