The postholder will undertake intelligence analysis and research to contribute to the Commission’s aim to operate as a risk-led, data driven, proactive regulator. The role will include scanning and analysing Commission data sets and information from the wider external environment to identify risks, trends and issues in the charity sector. The postholder will need to effectively use evidence to explain why these issues are arising and conduct horizon scanning to contextualise the analysis and ensure it is actionable. There will also be a requirement to work collaboratively with external stakeholders to develop recommendations to support influencing strategies and maximise opportunities for action in relation to risks to the charity sector. The role will also involve supporting reactive casework teams by responding to intelligence requests through targeted proactive and reactive intelligence and evidence gathering tactics.
• Provide data, analysis and insight to support the Commission’s work, using appropriate tools, techniques and systems.
• Produce, present and disseminate appropriate and relevant analytical outputs to inform the Commission’s tasking and co-ordinating process (including tactical, operational or strategic decision-making) or for evidential or intelligence purposes.
• Manage work on ongoing in-depth issues in the charity sector and contribute this information to strategic risk assessments to inform business planning and prioritisation.
• Apply problem solving methodologies to support the management of risks to the charity sector and the delivery of an operational response that leads to short, medium and long-term mitigation.
• Represent the Commission externally and work in partnership with other government departments, regulators and law enforcement agencies to support and promote effective information sharing
• Good analytical and judgement skills to evaluate complex information and to support decision making.
• Ability to apply problem solving methodologies, including finding solutions to identify prevention and enforcement opportunities.
• Ability to share and disseminate information to external partners and explore options for joint working.
• Experience of turning data and information into actionable intelligence, applying this to inform a response and monitoring action taken.
• Experience of developing intelligence products, using different communication methods to engage confidently with a range of stakeholders.
• Practical knowledge of the National Intelligence Model and intelligence procedures.