The Governance and Secretariat team are recruiting two officers. These are high profile roles at the heart of the NCA which involves frequent engagement with Directors and other Senior Leaders. You will be responsible for supporting the Director of Strategy in delivering a professional Board Secretariat.

You will have excellent written communication and organisational skills and to be able to deal with a wide variety of people, including very senior leaders and Directors and Director Generals.

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This is a high profile role at the heart of the NCA which involves frequent engagement with Director Generals, Directors and Senior Leaders. You will be responsible for supporting the Director of Strategy and your senior manager in delivering high quality nominations for prestigious awards that include National Honours (MBE, OBE and CBE), Director General Commendations, Diversity and Inclusion and Long Service Good Conduct medals. You will lead the team to deliver the Reward and Recognition programme for the NCA which will include working closely with Cabinet Office and managing NCA awards ceremonies.

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The International Liaison Officer (ILO) is a representative of NCA posted abroad, strategically located, to help tackle the organised crime threat where there is a direct impact on the UK, through collaboration with host nation law enforcement and intelligence organisations.

An ILO is diplomatically accredited and in most circumstances based in a British High Commission or Embassy and will either be part of an NCA team of ILOs or work alone.

ILOs are a part of the British diplomatic missions operating in country. ILOs engage with HMG initiatives and utilise their skills, capabilities and influence to contribute to UK strategic aims.

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The International Liaison Officer (ILO) is a representative of NCA posted abroad, strategically located, to help tackle the organised crime threat where there is a direct impact on the UK, through collaboration with host nation law enforcement and intelligence organisations.

An ILO is diplomatically accredited and in most circumstances based in a British High Commission or Embassy.

ILOs are a part of the British diplomatic missions operating in country. ILOs engage with HMG initiatives and utilise their skills, capabilities and influence to contribute to UK strategic aims.

ILOs are deployed in 50 countries worldwide and provide coverage to over 130 countries.

The ILO mentor is a member of the ILO team focussing on the mentoring, management and supervision of teams that support the ILO and NCA mission overseas.

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Serious and organised crime (SOC) is one of the recognised national security threats, estimated at costing the UK economy over £37 billion every year.

In the Intelligence Directorate we collect, record and enhance intelligence to build a picture of that SOC, sharing this with partners in the UK and abroad. Then, through the exploitation of intelligence, we flex law enforcement’s collective resources against these dynamic threats. We are continuously looking for new opportunities to enhance traditional capabilities to increase the quantity and quality of available intelligence and maximise its potential for exploitation.

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