About the JIO:
The Joint Intelligence Organisation (JIO) primarily supports the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) and the National Security Council, the Prime Minister and other key decision-makers by providing authoritative, robust all-source intelligence assessment on a vast range of national security and foreign policy priorities.
Our work covers, and goes beyond, ‘traditional’ national security topics such as geopolitical issues and threats to British interests. We apply a national security lens to issues such as emerging technology, economic and health security, climate change and horizon scanning (for example, identifying and monitoring countries at risk of instability).
The JIO is a great place to work, with team ethos and mutual support being at the core of how we work and deliver.
You can read more about working for the JIO in the information pack attached at the bottom of this advert.
The ideal candidate should:
Have previous experience of working in, or substantial knowledge of, intelligence analysis/assessment.
Be organised, able to work across several different work strands at any given time.
Have excellent interpersonal skills and be a team player, able to develop and manage close working relationships with colleagues across organisational boundaries.
Have strong written and oral communication skills. This includes the ability to explain complex issues in a clear and concise manner to a range of audiences.
Applications from candidates with the following would be desirable:
Experience designing, delivering and leading analytical learning.
Experience designing and delivering virtual learning.
We invest in up skilling our team members to enable them to thrive once they start working with us. As such, if you don’t quite match these desirable skills, don’t let it put you off applying as we will equip the successful candidate with them once you are in post.