Belfast, Bedfordshire, Bridgend, Bristol, Birmingham, South Lancashire, Dover, East Midlands, Exeter, Gartcosh, Gatwick area, Heathrow, Ipswich, Kent, Leicester, London, Manchester Airport, Slough, Fareham, Stevenage, Tamworth, South West London, Tyneside, Wakefield, Warrington
About the job
As a Support Assistant you will be providing administrative support to key business areas within the National Crime Agency.
It will be your responsibility to prioritise work, pay attention to detail and ensure that this work is completed in a timely manner; tight deadlines are often an integral aspect of tasks allocated to Support Assistants. You will be involved in various administration based tasks such as preparation of documents, room bookings and organising events. IT skills plays a vital role in the ability undertake the role of Support Assistant. You will need to be au fait with Microsoft Office and other core systems used by the National Crime Agency.
The duties you will carry out will be varied, with each day bringing a new challenge. Due to the often time critical nature of the activities you need to be able to multi task and prioritise to enable your unit and the wider organisations' ultimate goal in leading the fight against organised crime.
You will be part of a flexible, professional and capable workforce routinely working in a secure environment with a close knit, highly motivated team.
We have some immediate vacancies across the agency within the commands listed below. Please note that upon applying for G6 Support Assistant you may be posted to any of the below commands.
If you are successful and you are not offered an immediate post your application details will be held on a reserve list for a 12 month period. Therefore you may be contacted by the Recruitment Team to offer you suitable posts as vacancies arise in the Agency.
• Corporate Services
• Change and Finance
• Corporate Affairs
• Standards and Security
• Border Policing Command
• Economic Crime Command
• Organised Crime Command
• Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command
• National Cyber Crime Unit
Things you need to know
Successful candidates must pass a disclosure and barring security check.
Selection process details
Feedback will only be provided if you attend an interview or assessment.
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Sift/interview dates and location
Online testing will take place between 28th April - 7th May
Interview dates are to be confirmed