Senior Officer Intelligence
This is a fascinating role in our Intelligence team.
Working as part of our Enforcement and Intelligence team means playing a crucial role in keeping us up to date on what’s happening across the industry and holding illicit gambling operators to account. The team is responsible for gathering and managing immense volumes of intelligence from sources ranging from the government to the industry itself, and using it to inform our direction. The team also helps protect the public directly by leading criminal investigations into illegal gambling, preventing money laundering, protecting sports against match fixing and taking appropriate regulatory action. Continually fresh challenges mean that everyone on the team is constantly learning and pushing each other to protect the public more effectively.
You will be responsible for:
- the collection, collation and evaluation of information
- ensure that the intelligence function is an integral part of the Commission and that information and intelligence is disseminated across the organization in a controlled manner, supporting operational activities
- maintain a close working relationship with colleagues. Develop and maintain good working relationships with law enforcement, regulatory and local authority bodies, establishing and exploiting information and intelligence gateways
- work closing with the analytical team to ensure a cohesive process.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Investigative skills (not necessarily gained within law enforcement or gambling context)
- Fully conversant with the National Intelligence Model.
- Knowledge and experience of RIPA, Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts.
- Knowledge of equal opportunities and an understanding of diversity issues.
- Competency in the use of Microsoft office suite.
- Experience of working within a busy Intelligence function.
- Proven written and oral communication skills.
- Confident communicating with and delivering presentations to large groups.
- The ability to gather and analyse complex factual information from a range of sources and to be able to employ a careful and methodical approach to recording that information to preserve evidential integrity.
- The ability to travel around the UK on a regular basis.
- Willingness to work away from home when required.
- Willingness to occasionally work anti-social hours and to alter working patterns when there is an operational need.
It would be useful but not essential to have the following:
- use of telecommunications data for investigation purposes.
Closing date for this role is 31st December 2018.
Interviews for this role will take place w/c 14th January 2019.