These roles sit within the NECC, a multi-agency, multi-discipline team drawn from all areas of serious and organised economic crime landscape. Depending on experience you could be posted to any of our teams:
The Threat Leadership teams drive the NECC’s strategic response to economic crime and includes Money Laundering, Bribery & Corruption, Fraud & Market Abuse, Asset Denial and International teams.
The Operational Planning Coordination and Delivery (OPCD) team is responsible for triaging and tasking an effective 4P response (Pursue, Protect, Prevent and Prepare) across NECC partners, and driving the effective coordination and delivery of tasked activity.
The Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT) is a public-private partnership between law enforcement, wider government and the financial sector.
The Public Private Partnership (PPP) team will develop a PPP strategy to facilitate information sharing, and build a public-private ‘fusion centre’, bringing together data and intelligence to identify, analyse and disrupt criminal activity
The Performance and Governance team provides briefings and reporting for senior management and wider government, acts as the secretariat for the NECC strategic governance groups, and manages NECC comms and engagement work.
The Capabilities team manages the development of the NECC Strategy and future design. The team also manages corporate governance functions including business planning, workforce planning, recruitment, learning and development, finance, and risk management.
• Managing resources and developing an agile and flexible workforce, ensuring officers are well-led and highly motivated with access to the capabilities required to identify and disrupt economic crime;
• Supporting the development of strategic priorities focused on multi-agency threats that are not tackled elsewhere and where the NECC can add value;
• Supporting senior management in proactively identify areas for improvement in the system and driving forward change;
• Acting as subject matter expert on the threat and response – using the strategic intelligence picture, an understanding of the political situation and information relating to on-going 4P work to influence operational priorities and deliver a more effective response in the UK and overseas;
• Owning and continuously refining the multi-agency 4P Strategic Action Plans to drive the operational response and strategic intelligence requirements of partners to the NECC, and other partners as appropriate;
• Providing tasking and coordination for priority multi-agency activity;
• Supporting senior management in the delivery of an effective and efficient departmental service deputising where appropriate;
• Undertaking enhanced and strategically prioritised stakeholder engagement to build a stronger network to more effectively tackle the threat;
• Embedding performance into NECC led projects and operations to feedback best practice and learning into identifying and tackling priority threats;
• Managing the quality, secure handling and dissemination of data/information
• Develop policy, reports, procedures and manage data systems across business areas.
We are looking for talented individuals who are able to demonstrate the following key behaviours:
Seeing the Big Picture
Changing and Improving
You will also be able to demonstrate the technical criteria set out below:
o A thorough understanding of economic crime and the illicit finance landscape including good understanding of relevant legislation (UK and international) affecting NECC activity.
o Strong written and verbal communication skills, including experience of assessing information, conducting analysis and presenting results.
o Experience in effective decision making with accountability for decisions made.
***All NCA officers must hold SC Enhanced upon entry as a minimum. To meet the National Security Vetting requirements for this role you will need to have resided in the UK for a minimum of 3 out of the past 5 years. For more information please see the Candidate information Pack***
We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
Seeing the Big Picture
Changing and Improving
We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
Thorough understanding of economic crime and the illicit finance landscape including a good understanding of relevant legislation (UK and international) affecting NECC activity.
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including experience of assessing information, conducting analysis and presenting results.
Experience in effective decision making with accountability for decisions made.