As an NCA officer you can make a difference! We are at the forefront of law enforcement in the UK and we look for a wide variety of skills and experience to protect the public. Whatever your role you will have a vital part to play. We are currently looking to recruit a 1 x G3 Information Manager to join Technology Command.
The successful candidate will go on to provide specialist information advice, identifying and managing areas of risk and improvement. You will also develop and deliver business engagement activities, manage projects and campaigns to support data protection and data compliance. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of information management and legislation affecting NCA, as well as experience of managing change.
The Technology Command is responsible for NCA’s technology and information estate to enable the agency to lead the UK’s fight against serious and organised crime. In summary we are:
Crime-fighting Information and Technology
We are enabled through creating a cutting edge technology and information environment that connects, empowers and enhances our officers’ crime fighting capabilities.
The Chief Data Office (CDO) is based within the Technology Command. CDO develops and implements the vision and methods by which the NCA acquires, governs and manages the quality of its data.
The CDO is responsible for information governance and compliance, digital data management, managing information disclosures, delivering information assurance, access to STRAP material compliance, and developing data strategy and capability.
Our role is to protect the public from the most serious criminal threats. As an NCA officer you can make a difference! We are the forefront of law enforcement in the UK and we look for a wide variety of skills and experience to protect the public. Whatever your role you will have a vital part to play.
We are currently looking to recruit an Information Manager in our Warrington, London or West Yorkshire (near Leeds) sites on a Fixed Term Contract basis of 18 months.
As part of a team of information professionals, you will be using your skills and expertise to: