The National Health Service Counter Fraud Authority have an exciting opportunity for a full time Information and Intelligence Assistant to support the fight against fraud within the NHS. NHSCFA is committed to applying a strategic, co-ordinated and intelligence-led approach to its efforts to tackle fraud and corruption risks to the NHS. The Intelligence Unit will help NHSCFA deliver this aim by building and sustaining an intelligence network that enables both timely intervention and the informed development of proactive local and national strategies for the management of current and emerging threats
The ideal candidate will have a good standard of computer literacy including experience of Microsoft Word, Excel and Access. Ideally, they will have experience of interrogating databases to report information and basic statistics. An understanding of database design and how to query information held within them is desirable.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than the closing date if we receive sufficient applications from which to make a shortlist.
Vetting for NPPV 3 is a requirement for the post holder
Informal discussion before submission of applications is invited , please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Counter Fraud Authority has offices in London, Coventry and Newcastle and there is the opportunity for office based, hybrid or home working based. Working in the London area will attract High Cost Area Supplement where appropriate
Main duties of the job
Supporting and administrating research, the collation of information and the development of intelligence. Contributing to a range of research, intelligence and loss analysis projects aimed at informing the development of coherent crime strategies. Supporting the development of a robust and effective information and intelligence capability, to ensure that NHSCFA is intelligence-led.
For questions about the job, contact:
Senior Intelligence Database Officer:
Email address: email@example.com