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Intelligence Analyst

Job Introduction

The successful candidate will provide analysis of fraud intelligence for internal and external clients. 

Role Responsibility

  • Research and development of intelligence from various sources to assist in the proactive identification of fraud.
  • Production of intelligence and analysis products using standard analytical techniques under the National Occupational Standards to support specific cases or operations across all teams within the business, demonstrating understanding and application of marketable value to clients and stakeholders.
  • Communication with dedicated client teams (fraud and wider business) to ensure the intelligence products meet with their requirements and develop on-going working relationships.
  • Dissemination of clear and concise intelligence reports, based on complex intelligence analysis, to improve the firm's strong position in the market place.
  • Utilising Open and Closed Source Intelligence to support complex investigations.
  • Representing the intelligence team in promoting good practice.
  • Conducting telephone liaison and proactive engagement with external agencies to validate or enquire about sensitive data. 
  • Technical analysis to include telephone analysis, CCTV analysis, telematics and ANPR data analysis, etc. to deliver evidential analysis in support of civil and criminal cases.
  • Liaison with law enforcement to ensure that evidential work is supportive on any criminal cases where necessary.
  • Works with the client's commercial interests in mind
 

The Ideal Candidate

Essential Technical Skills/Experience

  • Previous Intelligence analyst experience in a law enforcement or intelligence agency environment is essential for the role.
  • Recognised ANACAPA and/or analytical training, preferably as part of an intelligence analysis foundation course.
  • Ability to use previous professional relationships to assist with the capability of intelligence team.
  • Presentation skills and experience of managing customer relationships are essential.
  • Highly developed technical skills and experience; use of i2 Notebook, iBase or other DBMS, GIS/mapping software and Microsoft Office, including MS Excel to intermediate level.
  • The ability to work to deadlines and manage multiple work streams.
  • Proven ability to draw testable inferences from ambiguous data or incomplete intelligence
  • Proven problem solving skills, and experience of delivering projects or pieces of work that improve processes and techniques.
  • A positive and enthusiastic approach to work and willing to develop others to meet the intelligence team's high standards.

 

Desirable Technical Skills/Experience

  • A detailed knowledge of NIM, Data Protection Act & Human Rights Act is advantageous.
  • Previous insurance claims handling or fraud investigative experience is desirable.
  • Demonstrable experience in strategic, tactical and operational analysis.
 

About the Company

We are a leading international legal business with over 2,400 colleagues and a diverse range of capabilities. We have 12 offices in the UK as well as offices in Dublin, Madrid, Paris, Singapore, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Miami. We also have associations/alliances with firms in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brazil, Peru, Central America, Argentina, the USA, Australia and Germany.

We are known for our market-leading presence in sectors such as Insurance, Health and Real Estate. This is complemented by a fast-growing Business Advisory capability. We represent a wide range of clients, ranging from household names to government departments and NHS bodies. We act for the majority of the top 30 insurance and financial services companies operating in the UK. We are the asset management lawyers for the UK’s largest shopping centres and act for 9 of the UK’s top 10 housebuilders.

We have an impressive legal pedigree, with 155 Chambers UK 2019 practice area and individual lawyer rankings, including 30 rankings at 'Band 1' level. In Legal 500 UK, 2018, the firm received top tier ranking for 32 of its practice areas and 59 practice areas in the top two tiers. In March 2018, we were named as one of Legal Week's Best Legal Advisors for the third year running, achieving category-leading satisfaction scores for our commercial approach, service delivery, quality of legal advice, communication & responsiveness and overall relationships.

Our vision is to be leading business advisers, recognised for our insight and our outstanding commitment to clients, and for being the place where talented people want to work. For further details on our work and our culture, please visit www.dacbeachcroft.com.

DAC Beachcroft is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from every sector of the community. We also welcome direct applications. If this opportunity sounds of interest to you, please make an application and submit your CV. Your application will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.

 Note for Recruitment Agencies – the DAC Beachcroft recruitment team is responsible for managing all current vacancies through direct hiring and referrals wherever possible.  We do work with recruitment agencies and where we require external support we will formally release those vacancies to the agencies on our Preferred Supplier List deemed best placed to assist us.  Speculative CVs sent by any agency to any DAC Beachcroft employee without a specific request by the recruitment team will not be accepted and with no introduction fee applicable.  Our recruitment team can be contacted at recruitment@dacbeachcroft.com 

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