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We are currently recruiting for an Intelligence Officer to join a Regulatory Intelligence Unit within the Healthcare industry.
As the Intelligence Officer, you will be is the first recipient of risk information in to the Regulatory Intelligence Unit and is responsible for identifying regulatory risk within this information.
This is a permanent position offering up to £33,500 per annum based in London but can be flexible on location as some remote working is available.
Intelligence Officer Responsibilities:
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of regulatory intelligence risk management, and the strategic and operational impacts on the organisation.
- Contribute to the development and delivery of a Regulatory Intelligence Unit that enriches the optimisation of the wider insight and intelligence capability of the organisation.
- Develop mechanisms for analysing, modelling and reporting relevant employer and healthcare settings risk data to provide intelligence to the organisation.
- Influence change by promoting the understanding and the development of regulatory intelligence needs within the organisation.
- Oversee the management of stakeholders and partners (internal and external) and develop effective partnerships to ensure outcomes and benefits for the organisation are realised. This includes developing intelligence packages to feed into the strategic decision making of other teams within the organisation.
- Respond to and manage information and intelligence from a variety of sources externally, such as system and professional regulators, and internally including fitness to practise, education, registration, revalidation, safeguarding and whistleblowing data.
- Undertake research and analysis at strategic and operational levels, linking information and intelligence to identify patterns and trends and to identify risks and concerns for directorates and teams.
- Identify trends, series, links and intelligence gaps through timely research of all necessary internal systems and external sources using open source intelligence.
- Develop intelligence research reports and briefings for operational use, summarising clearly and accurately key findings, in an evidential format, if necessary.
- Develop and produce analytical products that target resources effectively and efficiently for the wider organisation linking into its strategic direction.
- Become an expert in a healthcare geographical area. This includes developing comprehensive knowledge of the region including understanding performance data in order to share intelligence enabling other teams to prioritise work e.g. ELS.
- Be responsible for identifying and making decisions about referrals to other agencies in line with operational and regulatory guidance.
- Undertake horizon scanning which includes identifying and appropriately selecting relevant media articles and preparing intelligence summary reports.
- Identify and develop internal datasets for data collection.
- Act as a link between RIU and other teams within the NMC , Fitness to Practise, Registration, Education and Standards.
- Undertake an initial assessment of CQC reports and gather other pertinent information to inform whether attendance is required at an external event and rationale for deploying resources accordingly.
- Offer advice, where appropriate to internal and external stakeholders about fitness to practise processes and the role and remit.
- Qualified to degree level or with relevant experience
- Experience of working as an Intelligence Officer ideally within the regulatory or enforcement environment
- Proven experience of working with the principles of intelligence and risk models such as the National Intelligence Model
- Experience of producing intelligence products for both tactical and strategic elements
- Proven experience of using open source intelligence
- Proven experience of the development and production of effective and efficient intelligence and risk research products
- Substantial experience of complex problem solving and resolution
- Experience of using strategic research techniques to identify emerging concern
- Excellent time management and organisational skills with the ability to achieve results
- Ability to understand and interpret complex documents that include legal documentation and statistical information
- Highly developed ability to pay close attention to detail so that work produced is reliable and accurate
- Excellent IT skills with advanced knowledge of Microsoft products in particular advanced Excel skills
- Able to work autonomously and make decisions relevant to the role
- Able to work within a tight regulatory and procedural framework
If you would like to apply for this Intelligence Officer role and have the relevant experience, then please apply now by sending your CV to email@example.com
Alternatively, if this role is not for you but you do know somebody who would be interested please refer him or her. We have a referral bonus scheme and will reward you with retail vouchers for referrals who are not already known to us.
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