Intelligence Analyst


Posted on 14th May 2022
Civil Nuclear (formerly UKAEA)
Civil Nuclear (formerly UKAEA) Non-Geographic

Intelligence Analyst

Intelligence Analyst

Up to £34,352 per annum plus a generous benefits package

Permanent, 37.5 hours per week

Based near Sellafield, Cumbria (hybrid working)

Keen eye for detail? You can play your part in maintaining national security.  

The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) is an armed police service that’s dedicated to the nuclear industry. Our vision is to be recognised as a provider of a world-class service for the protection of nuclear material and facilities. Given the critical nature of our work it’s vital that we recruit skilled and committed professionals to join our high-performing team. As Intelligence Analyst you’ll help to support our mission by assisting in effective operational delivery and threat mitigation.  

Working within a wider Intelligence team, you’ll use your analytical, research, and data skills to support our Officers by creating intelligence assessments and briefings internally and externally, including threat assessments and relevant national reporting. You will analyse and develop intelligence to support CNC operations and major incidents when required, working with a wide range of data sources.  

You’ll assist with administrative responsibilities for our IT systems and oversee the access given to these systems to ensure compliance. You’ll continually review briefing and communication methods to seek and develop improvements to ensure we’re operating at our best. While you’re with us, you’ll develop your knowledge and understanding of intelligence reports, requirements, and collection plans.  

To be successful in the role of Intelligence Analyst you’ll have a strong ability to research, collect data, and analyse data and prepare detailed, accurate, and concise written and verbal reports., alongside being a confident written and verbal communicator. This challenging role will see you dealing with highly sensitive information. We expect honesty, integrity, and a high level of discretion. You’ll be a proficient user of MS Office applications. You also need to stay focused, even when the pressure is on. With so much at stake, you must pay attention to detail and check the accuracy of your work. Ideally, you’ll have worked with confidential data before.    

Please note that this role requires national security vetting clearance.  

As police staff the public expect us to display the highest standards, values and professional qualities at all times. The CNC values and Code of Ethics applies to all police staff and sets out the principles and standards of behaviour we expect to see, and you are responsible for displaying and delivering these to the highest standards.

This role has been assessed as suitable for hybrid working, which will be discussed and agreed with the successful individual.

Benefits of working for the CNC       

  • 27.5 days annual leave, plus bank holidays       
  • Additional 30 minutes time worked during the week to accrue additional leave, which can be used for period between Christmas and New Year       
  • Generous pension scheme (20.7% employer contribution)       
  • Flexi-time working scheme     
  • Bonus scheme – dependent on organisational performance, up to a maximum of 7% of salary       
  • Officers and staff also have the opportunity to join the national Blue Light Card scheme which offers discounts on a variety of products and services to those working in the emergency services, NHS and Armed Forces       
  • Free parking on site     
  • Enhanced family friendly and wellbeing policies       
  • Cycle to Work scheme

When applying for the role please evidence your skills and experience against the role requirements. A fully copy of the job description can be found here - Job Description - Intel Analyst.docx

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