This role is aligned to the Civil Service Project Delivery Capability Framework (PCDF) career pathway Programme Manager 3 you can find more information about the PCDF here or search project delivery capability framework on the gov.uk homepage
In this role you will be responsible for establishing and leading programmes which contribute to the Agency’s transformation. You will have primary responsibility for building and motivating an effective multi-disciplinary team, successful delivery of the required outcomes, establishing the most effective delivery approach and appropriate governance and assurance.
This role requires professional expertise in the effective use of programme/project methodologies and techniques. You will need to have effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to deliver a defined set of interdependent projects and ensure business readiness for change.
This role will support the oversight, co-ordination, design and development of the NCA’s key capabilities and business architecture.
The Enterprise Design Authority provides architectural and design expertise and direction for the NCA based on our mission, strategy and Agency Operation Model. It maintains the NCA’s business architecture on behalf of the Board and ensures that investment and change decisions are strategically aligned.
EDA-B is the Head of Profession for enterprise design and business analysis, delivering high-quality artefacts to support key business transformation initiatives, and has a key role in their governance and scrutiny.
Learn about the role:
To learn more about this role, and the Business Design/Architect team, please register your interest for the following event: At 18:00 on Monday 26th February 2024 we will be hosting a MS Teams event where you can hear from NCA Officers working in Business Design/Architect team and be given the opportunity to ask questions about the role and what it’s like to work in the team.
The Senior Strategic Communications Officer role provides an exciting opportunity to join the NCA’s high performing Communication team.
Using your skills as a professional communicator you will support the delivery of the NCA’s wider communication strategy and work on strategic communications and marketing campaigns to build the public’s confidence in the NCA’s work and disrupt criminals engaged in serious organized crime.
Reporting to a Strategic Communications Manager, you will be working with communication and policy colleagues from across and outside the organisation, to ensure we are engaging people with consistent and clear messages across our earned, paid and owned channels.
The Estates team maintains our buildings ensuring our accommodation remains legally compliant, supports operational activity and provides a safe, secure and motivating place to work. We are currently seeking to recruit talented and experienced Estates Facilities Managers to deliver facilities management and support delivery of estates projects and the NCA Estates Strategy.
The Transnational Child Sex Offenders (TCSO) Team works collaboratively with law enforcement and child protection partners, government and non-government bodies, and charities to implement the UK’s Tackling Child Sexual Abuse strategy, recommendations from the Independent Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse, and the NCA’s TCSO Strategic/Tactical Action Plan.
The TCSO Team is responsible for leading international deployments with multi-disciplinary teams, to work with new and established partners to deliver capacity and capability building to support developing the law enforcement response to CSAE offences.
Officers from the TCSO Team are specialists in CSAE investigations with policing, law enforcement and social care backgrounds. The TCSO Team seeks to identify the main risk areas and co-ordinate activities in response to the CSAE and TCSO threat, ensuring that children are safeguarded, and that those who offend against them are brought to justice.
The Operations Manager will manage and lead a small dedicated team responsible for the implementation of national and local CSAE strategies. The Operations Manager will develop and deliver sustainable capability and capacity building to law enforcement and safeguarding partners in priority countries to enable them to counter TCSO and other CSAE offending.
A key element will be to do so in collaboration with other key partners based in the UK and overseas, for example internal NCA stakeholders, other UK Government departments, NGOs, and other international partners. The Operations Manager will play a key role in implementing change as per the International Operating Model.