A career in Counter Terrorism Policing is like no other with specialist roles spanning the UK and overseas.
Current vacancies are published below.
Closing date: 17 October 2018
We have an exciting opportunity just for you, working within Counter Terrorism Policing Team. We want people who enjoy working as part of team, but also have the self-motivation to work independently.
Is this you?
To be considered for this post can you answer yes to the following questions?
• Do you possess a thorough working knowledge and expertise of common operating systems, applications, basic network technologies and internet technologies?
• Do you have a degree in Computer Science/Forensic Computing Studies or equivalent qualification in digital forensics and/or significant proven relevant experience/training in these fields?
• Do you have an ability to pass the core courses in relation to the recovery and analysis of digital evidence, as specified by ACPO?
• Are you willing and able to travel for business purposes, regionally, nationally & internationally, possibly for extended periods.
• Are you willing and able to work unsociable hours, provide 24 hour cover if necessary and have the ability to change hours at short notice?
If you have answered yes to the above questions then this role could be for you.
Location: Stansted Airport and Harwich seaport
Closing date: 29 October 2018
Applications are invited from Constables (who have had their probation confirmed) and Detective Constables for vacancies at Stansted Airport and Harwich seaport. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the Counter Terrorism Border Policing team within the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) CT Policing command.
This advert is open to officers within the region from Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. External officers are eligible to apply but if successful would be required to transfer to Bedfordshire Police.
At this time this advert is not open to Hertfordshire police officers.
The normal place of duty for this post will be Stansted Airport or Harwich seaport. Candidates are asked to state their preference. Successful applicants will be seconded to Bedfordshire for command and control purposes and thus may be deployed regionally. The shift pattern is available on request – please email HR.ERSOU@Herts.pnn.police.uk from your .pnn email address.
Closing date: 28 October 2018
The unit is currently seeking to recruit an Intelligence Development Officer to join the team. The job holder will be required to receive, assess and manage information and intelligence in accordance with national CT standards and perform the role of Intelligence Development Officer on investigations into offences linked to Terrorism or Domestic Extremism using a wide range of covert intelligence techniques.
The job holder will be required to research and develop all sources of intelligence in order to support national, regional and force counter terrorism and domestic extremism strategies. This will include liaison with partners to prevent people becoming or supporting terrorists.
A Full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle for business use is essential.
Location: Near Gatwick
Closing date: 21 October 2018
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Intelligence Development Officer to join our integrated prisons intelligence team, part of Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTP SE) and the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU). You will identify, collate, research, assess and review information and intelligence on identified individuals and organisations and assist in the preparation and presentation of a variety of intelligence packages.
You will research and assess intelligence on individuals and organisations potentially linked to terrorism, extremism and serious and organised crime. You will prepare and present information to the relevant customer e.g. Intelligence products, reports, charts and maps for investigative and evidential use, summarising clearly, concisely and accurately key research findings.
You will have a good standard of education or equivalent experience. Recent and relevant experience within an intelligence environment and experience of research is also essential to the role. You will have good knowledge of the intelligence process and cycle, including National Intelligence Model (NIM). Excellent communication skills and good team working, organisational and planning skills are a must.
Location: Bedfordshire Police Force
Closing date: 21 October 2018
Compliance and Assurance within Counter Terrorism Policing is expanding. We are looking for an innovative and highly motivated individual with the ability to work independently and manage a small team to help deliver key governance objectives. The role of the ERSOU CTP Business Assurance team is to drive adherence to policies and standards, improve performance and monitor the status of compliance across the region and the Counter Terrorism Policing Network.
Whilst you will specialise in Business Assurance, a broad knowledge of Information Security and risks is desirable to gain a more rounded understanding of the assurance functions and their inter-dependencies.
You will be responsible for providing Business Assurance for counter terrorism and domestic extremism governance bodies, that policies and procedures are adhered to. You will support the ERSOU region and other regions across the Counter Terrorism Policing Network to establish local mechanisms to continually monitor and maintain compliance. This will involve IT related monitoring and audits, and the ability to collate, interpret and evaluate information to produce detailed reports in a clear format. You will produce high level reports for senior management on business assurance activity and findings and provide recommendations for areas which require development.
Location: Near Gatwick
Closing date: 5 November 2018
We are looking for a Trainer to join our Protect and Prepare team, as part of Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTP SE). In this role you will create, design and deliver local, regional and national Counter Terrorism (CT) training to CT colleagues throughout the South East Region and develop organisational learning opportunities.
You will have a sound working knowledge and personal experience of investigative/ intelligence/ operational work within the Counter Terrorism network and be conversant with current best practice within the field.
You will also have experience in the design and delivery of training, together with good communication and interpersonal skills. With the ability to work on your own initiative and meet deadlines you will be able to deliver training on complex and sensitive issues at senior management level within the Police and external partner agencies.