Title: Group Head of Intelligence
Function/Team: STOP THE TRAFFIK (STT)
Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week, inclusive of breaks. (The breakdown of those hours to be by mutual arrangement and to meet the needs of STOP THE TRAFFIK).
Reports to: Group Director of Intelligence
Line management: Project managers, project officers and investigators.
Grade: D £30594 –£36727
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a groundbreaking charity established in 2006, working with communities across the world to assist in preventing modern slavery and human trafficking.
STOP THE TRAFFIK Group (STOP THE TRAFFIK & Traffik Analysis Hub) is looking to recruit a Group Head of Intelligence. This role is critical to our organization’s data and intelligence-led approach to fighting modern slavery and human trafficking.
The successful candidate will oversee the integration of an intelligence-led approach across all STT projects and promote this approach to relevant actors across sectors.
- People management of intelligence analysts, project officers and project managers
- To be able to maintain and progress the intelligence-led process around STT Group projects
- To lead the organisation in its safeguarding process as lead safeguarding officer (supported by a team of 4 across leadership)
- Promote the intelligence generated from gathered data to drive effective action and manage the dissemination process to external actors, including law enforcement
- Provide insight into preventative anti-trafficking work and skill up intelligence capacities across the team
- Engage with the TA Hub development stream to prioritise functionality build
- Capture and articulate use cases for TA Hub marketing purposes
- Build the audience for strategic intelligence assessments and tactical safeguarding opportunities and monitor impact.
- Work in collaboration with a variety of partners (companies, NGOs, local authorities, police, and others) to source intelligence, set up secure insight sharing, and present summarised insights back to different groups
- To create, manage and sustain key external NGO and commercial partners with a key focus on intelligence gathering and use
- Capture, articulate and disseminate intelligence insights that build collaboration and prevent human trafficking
Required skills and experience:
- Demonstrable experience in a role that relates to the justice process (such as in intelligence services, law enforcement, court proceedings, or a role addressing financial crime)
- Proven line management experience of other staff with an ability to show positive results of teamwork or experience in mentoring and supporting others in a team
- Proven specialist technical expertise in data science
- Demonstrable experience building effective and trusted partnerships
- Ability to craft content targeted at specific audiences with a strong ability to interpret feedback and data
- Ability to measure project outcomes and take those learnings forward into next project or task
- An ability to execute tasks alongside leading others
- A positive leader with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to train others with a passion to create a positive learning environment
- Highly resourceful, organised self-starter, open to innovation with strong attention to detail
- Open to the concept of agile working with an ability to oversee large projects
- Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines with ease and efficiency
- Strong sense of empathy with the ability to tell stories from data
- A friendly, supportive team
- Opportunity to work on an essential, high-profile global issue
- Opportunity to work directly with global brands and experts around the world
- Hybrid-style working and flexible working policies
- Conveniently based Central London office
- Competitive pension scheme
- Life insurance
- An annual leave allowance of 25 days (plus bank holidays), rising to 30 days after 2 years’ service
- Employment policies which reflect the needs of our staff
- Encouragement and autonomy to present new ideas and lead on solutions
- In-house and external training opportunities
Further details about STOP THE TRAFFIK can be found on website www.stopthetraffik.org.
If you are highly resourceful, adaptable and are able to work in a busy and fast-paced environment, please apply by sending a CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Applications and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. We recommend applying as soon as possible.
We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, minority and underrepresented groups. If you require any assistance to overcome potential barriers, please let us know.
Applicants must be able to prove their right to work in the UK. We cannot sponsor employees or assist with work visas.
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