Great Britainís gambling industry is in a constant state of change, fuelled by shifting consumer behaviour and the rapid growth of technology. Itís high profile politically too, and the legislation controlling gambling is constantly under scrutiny. Within this uniquely challenging and evolving environment, The Gambling Commissionís role is to ensure that gambling is crime free, fair and open - and that children and vulnerable people are protected. Now they need you to play a key role in their future, driving the change needed to ensure that the Gambling Commission can meet the growing complexity of the market and their developing regulatory remit.
The Gambling Commission are currently looking for an Intelligence Officer to join their dedicated team.
If you have a track record of analysing intelligence within an enforcement or regulatory environment, this is a superb opportunity to progress your career with a leading regulatory body.
As an Intelligence Officer, you will perform a range of duties to support the Gambling Commissionís Enforcement, Intelligence, SBIU and AML Department.
Reporting to the Intelligence Unit Manager, you will carry out research and analyse a broad range of information to support the Commissionís investigations.
You will ensure that all intelligence and data is used in accordance with nationally recognised guidelines, as well as Commission policy.
Additionally, youíll forge strong working relationships, both internally and externally, with enforcement, regulatory and local authority bodies.
To be considered, you will need:
- Experience of analysing intelligence within an enforcement or regulatory environment, using information gathering, scenario planning and analytical and investigative skills
- Experience of developing intelligence using online research and other open sources
- Knowledge of identifying, assessing, prioritising and disseminating intelligence, ensuring that it is managed, stored and controlled appropriately in-line with guidelines
- Proficiency in MS Office, the internet and intelligence analytics software
- The ability to build strong relationships with law enforcement, regulatory and local authority bodies, establishing and exploiting information and intelligence gateways
Organised and adaptable, as an Intelligence Officer, youíll be able to meet challenging and diverse deadlines and targets whilst achieving quality standards. Youíll also have excellent communication skills and a logical approach to problem-solving.
Please note, the closing date for applications is the 17th May 2018.
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