Head of Threat Response, National Economic Crime Centre
The National Economic Crime Centre is part of the Prosperity Directorate and is a new and exciting, truly collaborative, multi-agency centre which has been established to deliver a step change in the UK’s response and approach to tackling Serious and Organised Economic Crime (SOEC).
We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual with experience of economic crime to lead our threat team. The key responsibilities of the role are:
• Provide strategic leadership to the National Economic Crime Centre and partners across law enforcement and private industry by understanding the threat and the capabilities required to respond to it.
• Establishing strong strategic relationships with partners across the economic crime landscape, by building understanding of their capabilities and knowledge and finding opportunities for collaboration.
• Lead the performance of the National Economic Crime Centre, reporting and overseeing law enforcements response to SOEC.
The ideal candidate will have a broad understanding of economic crime and excellent knowledge of the UK financial landscape and legislation. You would ideally understand how this applies in the law enforcement arena. You will be a natural planner, able to build relationships with partners across law enforcement, government and private industry and have a strong background in managing and reporting risk.
In order to help potential applicants, learn more about the National Crime Agency, and what we do, we will be hosting a number of open evenings at our sites in London and Warrington. You will have the opportunity to hear from some of our Senior Leadership Team as well as meeting some of our officers already working at Grade 1 level from across our business.
The events will be held in the evening of:
• 4th December in London
• 6th December in Warrington
You can reserve a space at these events by emailing email@example.com
Places at each event are limited, so please confirm your place by Wednesday 28th November 2018.