Fixed term until 31/05/2022 Salary £37,964 per annum plus civil service pension and excellent benefitsAbout the role
We are seeking to recruit an Intelligence Team Manager
until 31 May 2022. This particular post will lead on the development of our strategic intelligence products, including our strategic assessment.
The Intelligence Department is responsible for scanning, collecting, analysing, assessing, evaluating and disseminating intelligence obtained from sources inside and outside the ICO to support the delivery of the ICO's Regulatory Action Policy and Information Rights Strategic Plan. The Department ensures that intelligence plays a central and strategic role throughout the ICO and is used effectively to guide tactical and strategic decisions.
The Intelligence Team Manager role has responsibility for initiating and leading on complex intelligence gathering and research, developing new and existing intelligence stakeholder relationships, supporting priority inquiries and investigations, leading on specific projects and producing key intelligence products in order to identify emerging issues and guide the work of the wider office.
The Team Manager role is responsible for the management and development of staff in their area, ensuring that relevant performance targets are agreed and met.About you
and key responsibilities
please refer to the job description.
The successful applicant will lead our strategic intelligence team. They will therefore need to have experience of applying relevant intelligence processes and techniques as well as being able to analyse complex information and legislation, looking for patterns and trends. A good understanding of the wider parliamentary, democratic, political and organisational framework in the UK and oversees will be important too
They will need to manage, motivate and develop their team effectively to support them in delivering impactful strategic intelligence products that will guide wider organisational prioritisation. This will include ensuring team members can make full use of a new intelligence database system
The role will give the successful applicant the opportunity to interact with staff at all levels within the organisation when developing and delivering strategic intelligence products, therefore strong interpersonal skills will be key, as well as an ability to take high profile decisions when required.Apply
Please submit your completed online application form by 23:59 on Sunday 16 May 2021
Why work for us?
We are proud to provide our people with a premium benefits package. We are continually improving the rewards we offer. Here are a few of the valuable rewards that you will enjoy:
- Flexible working hours, including flexi leave.
- Civil Service Pension arrangements.
- 25 days' paid holiday a year with options to buy, sell, and bank days.
- Extra "privilege" days in addition to normal public holidays.
- Compressed working hours options.
- Excellent learning and development opportunities.
- Health cash plan.
- Colleague assistance scheme.
- Access to many discounted products and services.
- Welfare and family-friendly policies.
- Staff medical scheme and eyesight testing.
Please note if you are appointed to work with the ICO you will be required to complete security clearance processes. These include identity and qualification checks and a Basic Disclosure level check of unspent criminal convictions.
Our employees are currently working remotely in line with government guidelines.Equality, diversity and inclusion
The ICO is committed to promoting and enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion. We are focused on developing a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve and together we are building an inclusive workplace where all of our colleagues have the opportunity to make a real difference.
We are championing this through our Equality Diversity and Inclusion Board together with a number of staff networks. To find out more visit ico.jobs.
We welcome and encourage applicants from all members of the community regardless of gender, age, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, belief, marital status, pregnancy or any other personal circumstances.
We are dedicated to ensuring our recruitment and selection processes are fair and inclusive and enable everyone to showcase their individual talents. Our HR team are happy to discuss any additional support you may need at any stage and will make reasonable adjustments according to your needs. Applicants with a disability are guaranteed an interview, if they meet the minimum criteria for the role.
At the ICO we support a number of flexible working arrangements and we are happy to discuss your personal needs or preferences during the recruitment process.
This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92548700