Could you help stop organised crime with the National Crime Agency?
Can you see yourself making a difference by helping to stop organised crime with a job at the National Crime Agency?
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has the vital mission of leading the UK’s fight to cut serious and organised crime.
We use innovative approaches and ground-breaking techniques to arrest and prosecute criminals causing serious harm to the public.
The National Crime Agency is looking for committed individuals to join us as NCA Support Assistants, to provide vital administrative expertise. Naturally you’ll need to have meticulous attention to detail and an ability to work well under pressure in dynamic environments.
Organised crime never sleeps, and our operations can be 24/7, meaning in some roles you may be required to work shifts and occasionally travel but we also have roles where flexible working is available.
A career with the NCA offers a chance to experience a wide range of different work environments and offers extensive opportunities for the right individuals. The NCA encourages a dynamic and diverse workforce that seeks to represent the communities it serves. We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability.
Online applications can be made between 9am on Monday 9th November and 5pm on 16th November 2015.
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Job role information below:
NCA Support Assistants
Salary: £17,689 – £22,407
Locations: Nationwide (London sites attracts London Weighting of £3,194)
This post is sponsored by the National Crime agency