Counter Terrorism Unit - Analyst

1900003V Requisition #
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Role Responsibilities:

  • To communicate findings, inference and hypothesis.
  • Delivery of effective presentations and briefings.
  • Be able to switch between tactical and strategic roles to fulfil the analytical needs of the region in respect of Borders and the wider WMCTU.
  • To represent the WMCTU and present at regional and national forums (Borders post only)
  • Direct and guide research completed by others.
  • Utilise IT systems and techniques that are unique to the role of Counter Terrorism.
  • Work to a high level of integrity, routinely handling Secret information, and as such following GPMS and other guidance with regard to handling and storing this data.
  • Effective liaison with a variety of National Agencies, including Army, Police Forces / CT Capabilities, Local Authorities and other specialist.
  • Provide comprehensive analytical products that interpret intelligence and provide clear understanding and guidance to drive the proactive acquisition of further intelligence and evidence.
  • Identify risk, threat, vulnerabilities and opportunities in support of national security operations.
  • Offer specialist guidance, influencing decision making of Police Senior Investigating Officers, Intelligence Managers and Intelligence Officers regarding live operations.
  • Provide complex evidential analysis and expert testimony to the highest of standard to secure the successful prosecution of terrorists.
  • Provide detailed strategic analysis to assist the organisational understanding of the multiple facets of terrorism and violent extremism.
  • Provide effective forecast, taking international issues and providing local impact and context.
  • Conduct strategic research.
  • Provide effective horizon and environment scanning products.
  • To provide analytical support to other areas within the WMCTU.
Essential Skills and Competencies:

  • To be able to collate, evaluate, structure and process data to identify patterns, series, similarities and discrepancies within a variety on information types.
  • Experience of processing data using statistical and graphic tools.
  • Experience of interpreting analytical data.
  • Experience in the use of computer software applications in relation to the charting and analytical preparation of data.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of the National Intelligence Model (NIM).
  • Experience of critical and strategic thinking.
  • Experience of preparing and conducting presentations.
  • Experience of working within a team and on own initiative.
  • You must be of graduate level in relevant subject or equivalent qualification or experience within a similar environment.
  • Excellent computer skills including the use of Windows based software.
  • Excellent communication skills in presenting analytical findings in verbal, graphical and written forms, ensuring these meet user needs.
  • Ability to manage own workload and that of others.
Desirable Skills and Competencies:

  • Knowledge of current global affairs with a focus on Terrorism and Security.
  • To be able to design and construct databases.
  • Experience of preparing and conducting briefings and seminars.
  • Delivery of training.
  • Experience of managing intelligence within an operational context.

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