NCSC Events and Engagement Support Officer Ref.1659

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Operational
London
£26743 plus £5500 London Pay Addition

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is the UK’s authority for cyber security advice and incident management. It is a fundamental part of how we aim to make the UK the safest place to live and work online. Part of GCHQ, the NCSC manages national cyber incidents, provides an authoritative voice and centre of expertise on cyber security, and delivers tailored support and advice to departments, regulators and industry. We are offering you an exciting opportunity to join our Economy and Society Team as an Events and Engagement Support Officer.

THE ROLE

The Economy and Society Engagement Team is responsible for helping organisations and citizens across the UK to protect themselves from cyber attack. The sectors we work with include charities, education, academia, SMEs, Legal and professional services, retail, pharmaceuticals and many more.

We are recruiting for an Events and Engagement Support Officer to be based in London.

While the role is challenging, our flexible working policy ensures a healthy work-life balance. Wherever possible, we accommodate reduced hours or job share options, balanced against business needs.

REQUIREMENTS

The role will require the successful candidate to:

• Develop a robust and efficient event planning and delivery process for the Economy and Society Team
• Work with engagement leads to plan, administrate and deliver the logistics for events at Nova South and other external locations
• Liaise with external stakeholders and partners to ensure that our events and engagements deliver on their high expectations of The NCSC.  
• Support the engagement leads in wider projects and engagements as required.
• Contribute to the effective running of the Economy and Society Engagement Team

The Economy and Society Team is keen to help the successful candidate to develop their skills in engagement, representation and relationship management and support them in furthering their career in these field if they wish.  

Competencies - Level - Desirability

Working with and Leading Others - Intermediate - Desirable
Contribution to Delivery - Intermediate - Essential
Managing the Customer Relationship - Intermediate - Essential
Corporate Vision and Efficiency - Intermediate - Essential
Change and Innovation - Fundamental - Essential
Analysis and Decision Making - Fundamental - Essential
Communications and Knowledge Sharing - Intermediate - Desirable

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

At GCHQ we’re proud of our inclusive and supportive working environment that’s designed to encourage open minds and attitudes. As an organisation that values and nurtures talent, we’re committed to helping you fulfil your potential. With comprehensive training and development opportunities, tailored to your needs and the requirements of your work, we’ll enable you to flourish in your role and perform to the very best of your abilities.

ABOUT US

As one of Britain’s intelligence agencies, we unlock the complex world of communications to keep our nation safe. We work closely with MI5 and MI6, our partners in the intelligence community, to safeguard Britain’s people, interests and businesses from various threats. Think cyber-attacks, espionage, terrorism, and organised crime. It’s challenging, varied and meaningful work that you simply won’t find anywhere else.

SALARY

Salary of £26743 plus £5500 London Pay Addition (on a pro rata basis)

LOCATION

London

SELECTION PROCESS

To apply for this position, you must meet our nationality, residency and security requirements.  You’ll find more details here: Recruitment Process

As users of the disability confident scheme, we also guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for our roles.

Once we’ve established that you meet our eligibility criteria, the next steps of this selection process are:

- Application Form
- Personal interview*
- Drug test

*Interviews will be held in London in February 2019.
    
If you successfully complete these stages, you’ll receive a job offer, conditional upon you completing our developed vetting (DV) process which enables you to obtain the level of security clearance required to perform this vital role.

The closing date for applications is 14th January 2019. You are encouraged to speak with the recruiter on 07468 814167 if you’d like to know more about the role.

This Program / Vacancy is closed to applications.