Temp to start ASAP to August 2018
We are looking for an experienced Intelligence Analyst to work within a busy team in Central London.
You must have previous experience of working as an analyst within a law enforcement or associated public/private sector organisation.
A proven analytical background, together with knowledge of criminal investigations, practices and processes and experience of giving evidence in court.
BASIC DBS IS REQUIRED FOR THIS ROLE
Purpose of the role:
To work within a team of specialists to develop crime and intelligence reports in support of national objectives to tackle serious and organised crime.
As Intelligence Analyst you will be responsible for the production of crime and intelligence products in line with the National Intelligence Model (NIM).
You will be expected to identify and develop enforcement, disruption and prevention opportunities through analysis.
Findings will be utilised by law enforcement and counter fraud community to disrupt and prevent criminals from committing fraud and cyber-crime.
Main duties and responsibilities:
- Collate, evaluate and analyse information from a variety of internal and external sources, producing high quality analytical products, contributing to the development of strategies and identification of enforcement, disruption and prevention opportunities.
- Applying analytical techniques, to develop crime and intelligence packages, compliant with the NIM for dissemination to law enforcement and the wider counter fraud community.
- Identification and development of complex crime networks utilising specifically designed software packages.
- Working in partnership with law enforcement and key stakeholders as appropriate, to maximise intelligence sharing opportunities to develop the unit’s capability, as well as informing stakeholder initiatives/strategies.
- Assist in the effective management and maintenance of both manual and computerised recording systems.
- Conduct evidential analysis and attend court to give evidence.
- Undertake any other duties commensurate with the role and grade as reasonably requested by line management.
- Assess the value of intelligence in line with the control strategy and intelligence requirements.
- Carry out further research and analysis when required to maximise intelligence value and determine the appropriate dissemination route.
- Support/implement the Company’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy in relation to the duties of the post, and at all times give due regard to the health and safety of both themselves and others when carrying out their duties.
- Actively seek to implement the Company’s Equal Opportunity Policy and the objective to promote equality of opportunity in relation to the duties of the post.
The successful candidate must have:
- Previous experience of working as an analyst within a law enforcement or associated public/private sector organisation.
- A proven analytical background, together with knowledge of criminal investigations, practices and processes.
- Experience of giving evidence in court.
- Excellent research and analytical skills to identify the required information to facilitate accurate assessments of fraud and cyber-crime.
- Experience in database management and recording of investigative crime and intelligence.
- Ability to manage and evaluate data to ascertain value and disseminate as appropriate in accordance with the correct handing guidance.
- Excellent report writing skills to provide key information in relation to the assessment decision that is both clear and auditable.
- Good decision making skills and the ability to communicate decisions to stakeholder groups and effectively manage their expectations.
- Ability to present information in a clear and concise fashion.
- Ability to identify and adapt to changing priorities.
- Proven and current skills in the use of i2 analyst notebook.
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office in particular Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- The ability to use a wide variety of open and closed source databases, PND/PNC is desirable.
- Knowledge of policy and procedure in crime recording, investigation case management and intelligence.
- Knowledge and understanding of the National Intelligence Model (NIM) and associated processes. Knowledge and appreciation of the role of technology as an enabler in fraud, cyber-crime and intellectual property crime.
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