Intelligence Development Officers x 4
In this role, through the provision of high quality research and development packages, you will be required to identify, collate, research, develop, assess, review, and present information from a wide range of sources in support of intelligence operations or investigations. You will carry out research and developmental activity, to develop intelligence in line with set priorities and operational objectives as per NSIM (National Standards of Intelligence Management) guidelines.
You will prepare, present and supply information and findings in an appropriate product (report / maps / charts / data visualisation / infographics) to inform decision makers / stakeholders at various levels within the organisation and identify the audiences for the product and the aspects of the product that should be presented and select the most effective dissemination methods.
You will provide support to operations through the provision of intelligence research and development in an intelligence cell, Fusion cell, or CT Police Operations Room environment (completing & maintaining training and ICT access where required). Providing support, through undertaking any other duties within your capability, to spontaneous / critical / major incidents or events as directed.
The successful candidate will have recent and relevant experience within an intelligence environment or otherwise demonstrated the technical and behavioural competence to conduct high quality research. Good knowledge of the intelligence process and cycle, including NIM. You will have proven experience in collating and assessing information and making concise and accurate recommendations based on assessments.
The post holder (for Intelligence Management Function and CT Border Policing roles) may be required to work shifts including weekend working which will be remunerated accordingly. On occasion the post holder may be required to work additional flexible hours or at a different location to suit operational requirements. The successful candidate will be vetted to a Developed Vetting (DV) level.
For the purposes of safeguarding national security, applicants who do not hold or acquire the appropriate security clearances (which may include STRAP) and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post. This post is therefore restricted to UK nationals. As such, in line with Cabinet Office Policy, supported by Section 82(2) to (4) of the Police Reform Act (2002), applicants who do not hold or acquire Security Check (SC) or Developed Vetting (DV) clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post.
Positions are available Near M4 Junction 12, at Gatwick within Borders Policing or Near Gatwick in Intelligence Management, please clearly state your preferred location. Interviews are expected to be held during the week commencing 11th March.
For further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01865 555839 quoting 15445
The closing date is 23:55hrs on Monday 18th February 2019.
CTP SE and SEROCU are committed to becoming the most diverse team in the South East. We encourage interest and applications from candidates of all backgrounds and particularly welcome applications from female and BAME (black, Asian and minority ethic) candidates to enable us to truly reflect the communities we serve.
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All posts require a level of Police Vetting as per the National Vetting Code of Practice. The residency requirement is necessary to enable all applicants to be checked in an equitable manner. Thames Valley Police will allow applicants to apply who do not necessarily reach the criteria as long as they have proven UK residency and supporting evidence where necessary. Applications will be considered on a case by case basis.
Thames Valley Police serves diverse communities; to truly reflect this, we are keen to recruit people from Black, Asian and other minority backgrounds. We value the knowledge and experiences that individuals bring from different cultures and welcome any contributions that can enhance the services we deliver to the public.
We believe in investing in all of our people, and run tailored Positive Action Initiatives to support our colleagues from underrepresented backgrounds in their personal and professional development, ensuring everyone has a level playing field to succeed, progress and feel fulfilled in their careers.
We will consider applications from flexible workers and look for job share opportunities where possible.