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About the job
Assessing incoming reporting and intelligence and initiating casework for further investigation, research or development;
Working closely with the UK Intelligence Community (UKIC), Defence CI units and other Law Enforcement Agencies across the UK;
Undertake CI investigation interviews, security screening interviews and de-briefs of Naval Base personnel;
Utilise investigative skills and make well-judged decisions based upon complex information using a variety of sources and databases;
Undertake Open Source Intelligence Research (OSINT) activity to understand the threat and conduct OSINT enquiries in support of CI investigations;
Delivering face to face threat assessment briefings at intelligence meetings and through partnership working to increase the secure flow of information;
Maintain current situational awareness of local, regional and national threats through regular monitoring of intelligence feeds;
Support a CI Estimate process to inform the Naval Base Commander of currents threats within the Area of Operations;
Support the delivery of an Insider Threat detection, prevention and mitigation programme;
Informing Naval Base staff and Site Security Force personnel of current threat activity via Security Education Training and Threat Briefs and advising CSyO colleagues on methods to counteract the threat and how this can be achieved;
Support HMNB Clyde’s threat-informed operational response to CI and/or security events, or requests for advice on current security threats.
The post holder will have the exciting opportunity to join the HMNB Clyde CI Section and work closely with a diverse range of stakeholders within the UKIC as well as with Allied partners. You will be working alongside experienced, dedicated, focused and productive CI Officers, actively contributing to detecting, deterring and counteracting the threat at HMNB Clyde. The successful applicant will be expected to work flexibly, develop subject matter expertise, and employ good investigative, analytical, written and presentation skills. The post holder must be able to use initiative to organise and prioritise their casework and must be prepared to be flexible in supporting other CI colleagues.
The post holder will support continuous improvement and professional development within the HMNB Clyde CI Section. They will contribute to development of CI working arrangements and relevant methodologies and support HMNB Clyde CI Section’s leading role within Navy Command in the practical application of CI activity. They will help to build beneficial relationships within MOD and UKIC organisations in order to share information and intelligence, develop liaison relationships, gain insights, and collaborate on joint CI threat assessments.
Navy Command are currently going through a review and there is a possibility that within 6-12 months the role applied for may be subject to change.
This post requires a minimum of Developed Vetting (DV) Clearance, the successful candidate must be prepared to undergo the DV clearance process upon commencement of the role.