The Intelligence Manager will work closely with the Head of Service and other members of the NAFN Leadership Team to recruit other members of the EIS Team, introduce an enquiry triage system and new business processes to manage intelligence gathering, evaluation, analysis and dissemination. The intention is to formally review the service in two years with a view to establishing a permanent team.
As the NAFN Intelligence Manager, you will be responsible for the line management of a team of Criminal Analysts (x2) and Criminal Analyst Support Officer. You must have strong analytical experience with the ability to develop, guide, and provide critical feedback to improving performance and analytical standards in the organisation.
You will need to negotiate work and timescales, juggling demand from a broad range of members. There will be competing priorities and you will need to ensure the quality of analysis remains high; delivering products that add value. You will identify threat areas and advise on decision-making processes at the highest levels.
NAFN has recently introduced hybrid-working arrangements reflecting current operational business needs. This is an informal, non-contractual form of flexible working that blends working from your base location and from home.
Working arrangements will be discussed and agreed with the successful candidate and subject to regular review.
Please be aware that this role is UK based and cannot be undertaken from overseas.
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