NWCU Intelligence Analyst – HC69590
Job Title: NWCU Intelligence Analyst – HC69590
Location: Stirling, Scotland with agile/home working available
Salary: SO1, £29,793 – £31,725 per annum
Hours: 37 per week, Monday – Friday with flexible hours
Closing Date: Sunday 4th July 2021 at 23:59 Hours
The National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) is a national police unit, hosted by Hampshire Constabulary but based in Stirling, Scotland. We work on behalf of all forces to assist in the prevention and detection of wildlife crime.
The NWCU has three strategic work-streams of intelligence, analysis and investigative support. Find out more via www.nwcu.police.uk
The successful applicant will play a key role, providing analysis to enable timely intervention and manage current/emerging threats. The NWCU analyst will:
What’s on offer?
You will have access to a wide benefits package as a member of Hampshire Constabulary police staff, including generous holiday allowances (24 days + bank holidays upon appointment with an increase after 5 years’ service), flexible working opportunities, family friendly policies, pension scheme (Local Government Pensions Scheme) and employee wellbeing/support.
Application and interview
Please complete an on-line application by visiting the following website here.
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Develop and evaluate intelligence, making an assessment of the threat, risk, harm, vulnerabilities and opportunities which exist and identifying gaps. Manage the dissemination of the assessment or intelligence product, support reactive and proactive investigations and provide advice on appropriate tactical options to support policing priorities.
Educated to QCF Level 3 / SCQF Level 6 (Higher) OR work experience deemed to have brought the postholder to a comparable level.
Experience of the National Intelligence Model (NIM). Significant experience working in a busy office environment. Experience of researching information from a variety of sources. Requires intermediate IT skills, using Microsoft Office Suite.
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