We are looking for committed individuals to lead our Vetting team, to make effective risk assessments and effective, balanced decisions around personnel security issues. You will be driven, self-motivated and have an ability to work under pressure in a dynamic environment.
Candidates will be able to demonstrate experience of risk management in a dynamic environment, experience of making effective decisions in a dynamic operational public sector, law enforcement or military environment; and experience of analysing information and intelligence from a range of sources.
We are looking for committed individuals to join our Vetting team, to make effective risk assessments and balanced decisions around personnel security issues. You will be driven, self-motivated and have an ability to work under pressure in a dynamic environment.
This is a role at the heart of our Capabilities function, which provides an opportunity to support the ambitious growth plans of the organisation. You will be required to perform a range of duties related to the effective management of personnel security.
The NCA has invested in a large project within our People function, looking at designing and implementing a New Model for Learning (NMFL). Working hand-in-hand with internal stakeholders, the NCA’s Learning & Development Team (L&D) are creating a model that works for us now and into the future.
We are currently focussed on how to bring a more agile approach to some of our key learning requirements. This includes systems training, cyber training and our Initial Officer Training Programme (IOTP). We will look at how we can modularise into distinct training packages, digitise where appropriate, and use more support for on–the-job training which will give officers the support they need when they need it. In addition we aim to ensure that training is more accessible to all, not just those doing specific roles.
Our aim is also to have a much improved user experience in accessing the digital learning that we provide, and we are fully committed to supporting this.
In order to support The National Crime Agency’s dedicated workforce, we currently have a number of exciting opportunities for experienced Health Care Professional Council (HCPC) registered clinical or counselling psychologists to join our Psychological team within the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Setting.
As an Identification Officer the role is process biometric data using national collections in accordance with Agency procedure, ISO 17025 standards and FSR Codes. Produce accurate reports to support NCA core business and process fingerprint, DNA and demographic data as required in support of other internal business streams such as Prum biometric data exchange and Interpol. Maintenance of fingerprint records and related entities assuring rules on data retention and legal provisions are followed.