This is a designated post that is open to UK Nationals only.
IPP Accreditation or equivalent experience in a relevant role is desirable but not essential.
All successful candidates must be able to attain DV clearance within 12 months.
Targeted Intercept officers are integral to leading the fight against Serious and Organised Crime. You will work to exploit all relevant information from the interception of communications in order to produce actionable and timely intelligence so that the NCA can continue to disrupt organised criminals who pose the highest risk to the UK.
Whether it is identifying and disseminating intelligence around firearms, cash or drugs handover, an organised immigration crime attempt, or an opportunity to identify a person of interest, the input of Targeted Intercept officers ensures that when the operational teams deploy they achieve the greatest impact and value to investigations.
You can expect a varied and fulfilling career within this business area, with two days never being quite the same. Your work will be often be crucial in obtaining impressive results that make the headlines and your role will be integral in the disruption of organised crime in the UK.
***Candidates will be required to achieve SC level vetting prior to entry and must have the ability to attain DV clearance within the first year.. To meet the National Security Vetting requirements for this role you will need to have resided in the UK for a minimum of 3 out of the past 5 years. For more information please see the Candidate information Pack***
You will work collaboratively with the NCA operations teams and partners to deliver a unified crime fighting response to serious and organised crime.
You will provide a 24/7 service which delivers dynamic support to NCA and partner operations.
You will provide fast paced operational support to the Agency by gathering, analysing and disseminating intercept intelligence in accordance with legislation and policy.
You will identify, prioritise and manage risk in accordance with legislation and policy.
You will ensure the quality, secure handling and dissemination of intelligence, maintaining confidentiality, sensitivity and a duty of care in line with Agency policy.
You will build good working relationships with both internal and external partners including police forces and other government agencies.
You will draft and submit Warrantry and Communications Data applications, as required, for the purpose of intelligence gathering.
You will conduct intelligence development, research and analysis in support of the National Crime Agency’s Annual Plan, National Control Strategy and other identified priorities in the fight to cut serious and organised crime.
You will contribute to the acquisition and development of tactical and strategic intelligence relating to serious and organised crime affecting the UK within a dynamic environment.
We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
Making Effective Decisions
Communicating and Influencing
We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
Problem solving skills
An understanding of the use of intelligence and evidence by law enforcement agencies
Experience of assessing information, conducting analysis and presenting results
Proven experience of working to tight deadlines within a dynamic environment
If you are an active police pension member immediately prior to joining the NCA, you can continue your membership throughout your employment with us as if you were a serving police officer. If you do remain an active member and subsequently return to a police force, you should be able to continue your membership there too.
All officers in the NCA are members of the UK . You will be eligible for:
26 days annual leave rising to 31 on completion of 5 years continuous service
Training and development opportunities
We take the welfare of NCA officers very seriously. All staff have access to Occupational Health services and there are a number of staff representative groups. We also have a range of sporting and other activities on offer.
We can provide flexible working arrangements if the role in question is suitable. These include flexi-time, job sharing and compressed hours (working contracted hours over a shorter period).
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