The Intelligence Officer reports to the LOCOG Security Risk and Intelligence Manager and sits within the LOCOG security programmes core functional planning strand. The post holder will be responsible for the following core roles:
Liaising with external security intelligence partners
Collating and disseminating information/ intelligence both internally and to partners
Delivering the Games-time intelligence function to encompass bottom up and top down information flows and tasking
Developing intelligence policies and procedures
Support to the risk planning process
Support to the security operations team
More broadly the post holder will be required provide accurate and timely information to LOCOG security team members and security partners on all in venue and theatre-wide security intelligence matters. S/he will ensure that intelligence is managed appropriately, and that suitable actions are being taken in a controlled manner in adherence to the organisations risk management and intelligence philosophy.
The post holder will also work closely with our external intelligence partners in the private and government sectors as well as other functional teams within the LOCOG organisational structure to ensure an integrated approach.
The post holder will be responsible for:
Management and handling of intelligence both generated internally and shared by our partners
Dealing with and actioning Requests For Information (RFIs)
Developing and delivering our Games-time intelligence structure and plan
Developing and delivering intelligence policies and procedures
Providing the interface between LOCOG and the wider intelligence community.
To provide intelligence support to the LOCOG security operations team
To ensure that the various emergency services and government agencies are integrated into the LOCOGs security intelligence management processes.
To establish levels of compliance with legal and regulatory security requirements, group policies and standards, especially with respect to intelligence document handling.
To support and advise the Security Risk and Intelligence Manager on intelligence matters.
To act as the single point of contact for intelligence issues with law enforcement agencies and other partners.
To engage other Functional Areas within LOCOG and ensure there is a process to inform or share critical information.
To support the Head of Security, Security Coordinator and the Security Executive in the preparation of the teams annual business plan and other programme management activities.
Key knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications required:
Demonstrable security intelligence experience and expertise, at both strategic and operational levels.
A professionally recognised qualification within the field of intelligence.
Experience of working in a multi-agency security delivery environment.
Willingness to undergo security vetting to SC level
Key competencies and behaviours:
Thorough knowledge and understanding of the unique issues involved with the creation of a new organisation and their application at an operational and strategic level.
Excellent oral, written and presentation skills, with an ability to develop, communicate and gain ownership for a clear vision and direction.
First class communication, networking and ambassadorial skills.
Excellent influencing and listening skills.
An ability to be heard through personal credibility and the exercise of sound judgement.
A demonstrable ability to manage effectively in an evolving organisation and to contribute to the building of the London 2012 Organising Committee.
Canary Wharf - London
Term of appointment:
The appointment will be made under the London 2012 Organising Committee's standard terms and conditions.
Prior to appointment the successful candidate is subject to a number of enquiries which will include a criminal record check and pre-employment screening. In the event of the successful candidate having a criminal record this would be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Diversity and Inclusion:
The London 2012 Organising Committee is committed to creating 'everyone's 2012'. This means creating a diverse working environment, free from discrimination, where everyone is included and treated fairly, based on merit alone. View the LOCOG Diversity and Inclusion Strategy .
To help us measure progress, please complete the Diversity and Inclusion Applicant form during the application process. The information is anonymous and separated from your application. It is strictly confidential and only used to provide an overall profile analysis of LOCOG.
LOCOG guaranteed interview scheme:
LOCOG is actively committed to the employment and career development of disabled people. To demonstrate this we use the 'two tick' Symbol awarded by Jobcentreplus.
LOCOG guarantees to interview anyone with a disability, as defined by the Equality Act 2010, provided that their application meets the LOCOG Person specification. The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. View the LOCOG outreach programme for recruiting disabled people.
Applicants who are successful to interview stage will be contacted within 21 days from the closing date.
Eligibility to work in the UK:
Legislation dictates that all employees must have the right to work in the UK. Please note therefore that all non-EU nationals must have an appropriate UK immigration permission before they can take up employment.
We are legally obliged to ask you to provide appropriate documents, such as your passport, visa or birth certificate in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
At LOCOG we never make the criminal record part of the application process criteria. Prior to appointment the successful candidate is subject to a number of enquiries which will include their criminal record. In the event of the successful candidate having a criminal record this would be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Thank you for taking the time and effort to apply for this role.
London 2012 is a Games for everyone, so we want you to apply regardless of your age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability. LOCOG - 13 months ago