Interim - Until March 2020
Our Public Sector client has an immediate requirement for 2 Intelligence Analysts to join their team on a full time basis until March 2020. The role is to provide analytical support to the client with their planning and preparation for Brexit. This is a key role, reporting to the Intelligence Manager, you will support the activities by embedding principles of the NIM (National Intelligence Model) and developing processes and procedures to work effectively. The successful candidates will support the strategic direction of the client, identifying and prioritising key threats and risks.
- Develops, or contributes to the development of, the four analytical products and performs the nine analytical techniques, as outlined in the NIM towards the delivery of bespoke customer analysis, products and solutions.
- Collects, collates, evaluates and analyses information from a variety of sources to facilitate in the production of driven analytical products. Including the provision of analysis and assessment in support of early intervention and prevention strategies, to maintain a pro-active approach.
- Conducts analysis to identify emerging or underlying trends, perceived threats and public perceptions for inclusion in analytical products, meetings, co-ordination and briefings to colleagues and partners both internally and externally.
- Provides expert support and guidance on all analytical matters for internal and external stakeholders.
- Delivers coherent, authoritative reports, bulletins, briefings etc., in a professional manner. Delivering to a varied audience including local authority, law enforcement, government and private sector partners where required.
- Support the production of high quality intelligence packages that are comprehensive, timely and capable of being actioned by the investigative function.
- Build and maintains effective working relationships and acts as point of contact in relation to intelligence with relevant counterparts.
- Provide clear and focussed oral briefings to senior officers and to the Senior Management Team where required.
- Respond to enquiries from internal and external sources, liaising with external agencies as directed by supervisors.
- Produce analytical products for court, prepares and submits personal statements and gives evidence as required
- Maintains an awareness of developments within the analytical field and attends training and development as required.
- Attend key internal and external meetings, co-ordinating and collaborating where necessary with key stakeholders to ensure a consistent approach
- Ensure that information and intelligence is stored, managed, accessed and disseminated in accordance with the appropriate data protection legislation and guidance and other relevant operation procedures
- Comply with policy and guidance concerning issues of diversity and discrimination
- Previous experience as an Intelligence Analyst within a law enforcement or intelligence agency environment
- Excellent understanding of NIM (National Intelligence Model)
- Experience delivering intelligence products
- Ability to use information from a variety of sources to report to a wide range of stakeholders
- Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing
- Experience managing large workloads, working with minimal supervision
- Ability to prioritise and meet tight deadlines
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