The Home Of Flexible Working, Find Your Flex Logo

G4 - FCO NCSP Senior Officer NCCU

Please see the candidate information pack for more detail.

NCCU Prepare has been set up lead the development and delivery of a national multi-agency capability development programme. This programme will enable UK law enforcement to better respond to the dynamic demands of cybercrime in the twenty-first century. The team will predominately focus on building capability at the national and regional level, but will also support policing partners’ capability development plans.

We are looking for 1 G4 Senior Officer at our London Office.

Key Responsibilities:

The NCCU Prepare team is looking for a proactive individual that understands the international operational and policy landscape to help design and implement a critical incident protocol for cyber incidents that have an impact at a global scale.

There is a need to ensure that this domestic activity is effectively joined up with ongoing international initiatives to develop an international critical incident protocol with key multilateral partners such as Europol and Interpol. This post will work full-time to provide the necessary resource to deliver UK input into the development of this international protocol, and will ensure that international law enforcement is effectively equipped to respond to the next large scale cyber incident.

The post holder will initially develop the critical incident protocol in collaboration with both domestic and international partners, as well as scoping work to establish the aims, objectives, focus and partners for running two international exercises to test the international critical incident protocol.

Once protocols are in place, the officer will support the running of these international exercises in conjunction with the NCCU and key international partners such as Europol and Interpol. This role requires National and International travel.

Essential Criteria:

• Experience working with partner organisations to develop integrated plans and joint deliverables, all contributing to the overall mission.
• Proven ability to represent the NCA at national and International meetings and the partnership skills to build strategic relationships and consensus across the serious and organised crime landscape.
 

Behaviours

We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:

  • Seeing the Big Picture
  • Communicating and Influencing

Technical skills

We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:

  • National Insurance Number - Required for monitoring purposes only
  • Good understanding of cyber crime threats and the cyber security landscape
  • Proven experience of delivering high quality briefings and reports
  • Experienced in effective decision making

We only ask for evidence of these technical skills on your application form:

  • National Insurance Number - Required for monitoring purposes only