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Senior Intelligence Analyst Opportunities

Advertiser: New Zealand Customs ServiceMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
11 Jul 2019
Location
Auckland, Auckland Central
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Government & Defence, Government

Senior Intelligence Analyst Opportunities

Be part of our intelligence hub, identifying risks to our border - and help stop threats from reaching our shores.

New Zealand Customs Service | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa protects and promotes Aotearoa New Zealand through world class border management. Customs has a large programme of work underway to target transnational organised crime for overseas sources to our front line and keep illicit drugs, and the harm they cause in our communities, out of New Zealand. These roles support that work.

We're looking for people to join Customs and move into specialised offshore disruption analyst roles supporting our work disrupting transnational organised crime.

You'll be part of our Intelligence, Investigations and Enforcement (II&E) group, where you'll help increase our capability to engage with both the domestic and international intelligence communities, to disrupt the supply chain of illicit goods offshore. You'll work collaboratively with other national and international agencies in the intelligence community.

You'll have strong analytical skills with an enquiring mind. You'll be adept in applying the Intelligence Cycle, and build intelligence and insights to help us identify and act on risks before they cross the border. You'll have excellent attention to detail and sound judgement, analysing and interpreting data and then creating concise reports enabling us to target threats early.

These jobs are based in Auckland and will generally be within regular hours Monday to Friday. You will be working with a supportive and diverse team.

As this is an Intelligence Analyst role, you won't be on the frontline or directly involved with enforcement. You will need to have good computer skills, and be a strong communicator comfortable briefing others at all levels. You will write clear and concise reports, and have a full understanding of information security principles (classifications, caveats, handling and dissemination of information).

We're looking for people who care about their team and work well with others - you're approachable, supportive and willing to help. This is a Senior Customs Officer role, which provides a pathway to diverse Customs career opportunities as you build your experience and skills.

We support flexible working arrangements, so we invite you to talk with us about how we can work with you in achieving your flexible working goals, within our operational requirements.

The starting salary range for this role is approximately $68,000-$79,000.

Working at Customs

Customs offers a dynamic and collaborative workplace with opportunities to develop and advance. Our people get on-the-job training, formal courses and leadership programmes, and the chance to move across diverse roles. We foster an inclusive and supportive team environment with vibrant social and cultural groups. Our people enjoy discounted health insurance and free on-site gyms (in some locations).

The recruitment process

Please submit a cover letter which clearly outlines your suitability and motivation for this role, along with your current CV. Your CV should state your qualifications, work history and key work achievements, and any intelligence courses you have successfully completed. The online application process takes a bit of time and requires you to provide examples of previous work. It's best to set aside some time when you won't be interrupted.

As you move through the recruitment process, you'll be provided with information about what comes next, so you know what to expect.

Requirements to apply

You will need to obtain Top Secret level national security clearance. To achieve Top Secret clearance, you must be a New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident who has resided in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom or the United States continuously for the last 10 years. Already having Top Secret clearance is a benefit, but not a requirement. We'll guide you through the process.

Apply now

To apply, please follow the link to our online application process.

If you have any queries, please contact vacancies.servicedevelopment@customs.govt.nz.

Deadline for applications is 10pm on Sunday 28 July, 2019.

There will be a variety of other important opportunities to come - especially related to intelligence, investigations and analysis - as we grow our team to deliver the programme.

New Zealand Customs Service | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa is a member of Diversity Works New Zealand and is committed to developing a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace. We provide equal employment opportunities and welcome applications from everyone who can meet the requirements of the role.

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Be part of our intelligence hub, identifying risks to our border - and help stop threats from reaching our shores.

New Zealand Customs Service | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa protects and promotes Aotearoa New Zealand through world class border management. Customs has a large programme of work underway to target transnational organised crime for overseas sources to our front line and keep illicit drugs, and the harm they cause in our communities, out of New Zealand. These roles support that work.

We're looking for people to join Customs and move into specialised offshore disruption analyst roles supporting our work disrupting transnational organised crime.

You'll be part of our Intelligence, Investigations and Enforcement (II&E) group, where you'll help increase our capability to engage with both the domestic and international intelligence communities, to disrupt the supply chain of illicit goods offshore. You'll work collaboratively with other national and international agencies in the intelligence community.

You'll have strong analytical skills with an enquiring mind. You'll be adept in applying the Intelligence Cycle, and build intelligence and insights to help us identify and act on risks before they cross the border. You'll have excellent attention to detail and sound judgement, analysing and interpreting data and then creating concise reports enabling us to target threats early.

These jobs are based in Auckland and will generally be within regular hours Monday to Friday. You will be working with a supportive and diverse team.

As this is an Intelligence Analyst role, you won't be on the frontline or directly involved with enforcement. You will need to have good computer skills, and be a strong communicator comfortable briefing others at all levels. You will write clear and concise reports, and have a full understanding of information security principles (classifications, caveats, handling and dissemination of information).

We're looking for people who care about their team and work well with others - you're approachable, supportive and willing to help. This is a Senior Customs Officer role, which provides a pathway to diverse Customs career opportunities as you build your experience and skills.

We support flexible working arrangements, so we invite you to talk with us about how we can work with you in achieving your flexible working goals, within our operational requirements.

The starting salary range for this role is approximately $68,000-$79,000.

Working at Customs

Customs offers a dynamic and collaborative workplace with opportunities to develop and advance. Our people get on-the-job training, formal courses and leadership programmes, and the chance to move across diverse roles. We foster an inclusive and supportive team environment with vibrant social and cultural groups. Our people enjoy discounted health insurance and free on-site gyms (in some locations).

The recruitment process

Please submit a cover letter which clearly outlines your suitability and motivation for this role, along with your current CV. Your CV should state your qualifications, work history and key work achievements, and any intelligence courses you have successfully completed. The online application process takes a bit of time and requires you to provide examples of previous work. It's best to set aside some time when you won't be interrupted.

As you move through the recruitment process, you'll be provided with information about what comes next, so you know what to expect.

Requirements to apply

You will need to obtain Top Secret level national security clearance. To achieve Top Secret clearance, you must be a New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident who has resided in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom or the United States continuously for the last 10 years. Already having Top Secret clearance is a benefit, but not a requirement. We'll guide you through the process.

Apply now

To apply, please follow the link to our online application process.

If you have any queries, please contact vacancies.servicedevelopment@customs.govt.nz.

Deadline for applications is 10pm on Sunday 28 July, 2019.

There will be a variety of other important opportunities to come - especially related to intelligence, investigations and analysis - as we grow our team to deliver the programme.

New Zealand Customs Service | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa is a member of Diversity Works New Zealand and is committed to developing a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace. We provide equal employment opportunities and welcome applications from everyone who can meet the requirements of the role.

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