Strategic Intelligence Analyst

Expiring today

Location
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Salary
£27,000.00 per annum plus additional benefits
Posted
05 Sep 2017
Expires
19 Sep 2017

Working in partnership to protect vulnerable and exploited workers

Strategic Intelligence Analyst  

Duration – Permanent

£27,000.00 per annum plus additional benefits

Based in Nottingham City Centre

There are an estimated 10 – 13,000 victims of modern slavery in the UK.  Forced labour is the fastest growing area of business for criminals. Modern slavery is a global problem and international crime, affecting millions of men, women and children worldwide and the Prime Minister has called this the greatest human rights issue of our time.

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Home Office on the frontline of the UK’s increasing efforts to identify and eradicate modern slavery.  We also licence and enforce the provisions of the Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004.  

We now have wider powers to ensure vulnerable workers are more effectively protected from being abused for their labour, such as  police style powers under both the Immigration and Modern Slavery Acts, increased powers to search for and seize evidence, offences under National Minimum Wage, Employment Agencies as well as the existing Gangmasters Licensing legislation.

As an ‘intelligence-led’ organisation, we rely and act upon information from workers, businesses and members of the public about any non-compliant or unlicensed activity, undertaking compliance inspection activity and investigations under the criminal law.

What we do really matters. Are you interested in joining us?

We are currently recruiting for the position of Strategic Intelligence Analyst to join our growing team.

Reporting to the Senior Intelligence Analyst, the post holder will support the Intelligence function of the GLAA in the identification, analysis and reporting on current, new and emerging trends in labour exploitation/modern slavery across the UK labour market. The post holder will prepare strategic reports and analytical products to inform the strategic and tactical decision making of the GLAA and other relevant agencies engaged in the prevention and detection of labour exploitation/modern slavery offences.  For more information on this role and the required experience, skills and to download an application form, please visit:

http://www.gla.gov.uk/Who-We-Are/Vacancies/

We offer a generous total package to our staff including 30 days annual leave plus 2.5 privilege holidays in addition to the 8 public holidays, a choice of pension schemes and family friendly working.  We also operate a performance related annual bonus scheme.

All offers are subject to satisfactory references and security clearance checks.

CVs are not accepted.  No agencies at this stage please.

Closing date: 19th September 2017