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Intelligence Analyst – Police Staff – Counter Terrorism Policing SE

Contract type – Permanent

Grade – TVP Broad Band 4I

Information About The Role

The National Maritime Assessment Centre (NMAC) is a part of CT Border Policing Services and is responsible for protecting national security from the threats posed by terrorism at UK maritime borders and ports, and UK maritime interests overseas, by detecting, disrupting and deterring Terrorists and Hostile State Actors through the delivery of threat-led, intelligence-driven, data-enabled targeting, intelligence collection and operational coordination.

As an Analyst within NMAC you will be responsible for a wide-ranging portfolio, delivering tactical and operational research and assessment to direct and support the targeting of priority threats, utilising collaborative intelligence development and analysis to drive this activity.  You will work as part of wider professional networks, including professional alignment to CTP Borders Analysis & Research.

Responsibilities

You will work closely with Researchers and Intelligence Development Officers ensuring that research is informed and proportionate with focus on driving targeting and analysis through corroborated intelligence and the best available data sets and tools.

You will be responsible for the application of appropriate analytical tools and techniques to evaluate the significance, importance, relevance and credibility of diverse data and intelligence product to deliver strategic and tactical analysis, identifying current and potential strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities for the area within the post-holder’s portfolio.

You will develop and maintain standard analytical and research products, utilising corporate data management practices, in order to present the results of analysis or research in the most appropriate and useable format for the audience.

You will use analysis as part of problem solving activity in conjunction with operational colleagues and external partners.  Identify intelligence gaps, links, patterns and associations between data including people, vessels, commodities and their movement.

Collaboration with partners is a vital part of the role and you will build and maintain a broad network of internal and external contacts for the purpose of developing data and intelligence exploitation, research and analysis, products and best practice opportunities.

As part of the CT Policing network, you may be required to provide support to spontaneous, critical and major incidents or events.  This can also include providing support to other CTBPS teams or the wider CT network and may include working outside your standard contracted hours and/or away from your usual base of work at short notice.  Working to an evidential standard where required may also be required.

How to apply

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