Job reference number: 96426
Salary: starting from £32,939 with 10% bonus potential
22.5 days annual leave
About the role
You will be responsible for building evidential criminal case files to a standard able to be prosecuted by the Group Legal Criminal Law Team or other prosecution authority (depending on jurisdiction) and provide resource to assist the team and other business groups to gather evidence and information for preparing cases to deliver incident resolutions and non-criminal disposals, including debt recovery and civil litigation. You will be maintaining effective two way communication with the Criminal Law Team, and Intelligence Unit and others, to identify and overcome evidential gaps during case building, and ensure any intelligence or evidential gaps and opportunities are identified and brought to the attention of the Lead Investigation Manager. Due to the nature of the role, you will be working in a professional manner with law enforcement agencies, investigation functions within other relevant businesses, as well as specialist investigation services, to enable the effective and efficient shared use of resources to successfully complete tasked actions.
You will be expected to actively participate in team meetings when required, and ensure you work collaboratively with your own and other teams to complete allocated tasks and any other actions required. You will need to ensure your actions support the safety of our people; enhance our brand and reputation; protect our own and our customers’ assets; deliver our regulatory obligations; safeguard and recover our revenue; improve customer confidence in us and our products, and maintain compliance standards and their integrity and those of our staff. You will need to maintain sufficient flexibility, innovation and agility to be able to promptly tackle novel risks or crimes in order to protect the interests of Royal Mail and its shareholders, and also manage your own professional development to ensure ongoing ability to carry out their role professionally and effectively.
You will need detailed knowledge of relevant legislation including Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984; Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) 2000; Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996; Data Protection Acts; Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998; Human Rights Act 1998; Fraud Act 2006; Bribery Act 2010; Proceeds of Crime Act 2002; Postal Services Acts and Computer Misuse Act 1990. You will also need knowledge of the National Intelligence Model principles and tasking processes, the Criminal Justice Systems across the UK and be able to understand of Royal Mail’s business strategy, commercial priorities, risks and regulatory environment, including the Essential Condition.
You will possess the ability to work effectively alone or as part of a team, have good judgment and decision making skills, good communication skills (written and oral), strong influencing and negotiation skills, the ability to present findings effectively, the ability to deal with conflict and sensitive situations and be competent in MS Office.
You will be an Accredited Investigator at PIP level two (Investigator) or equivalent, and have recognised training in surveillance or other specialist investigative methods. A fraud or Financial investigation qualification would be desirable.
Women and people from the BAME community are under-represented in Security and we particularly welcome applications from them.
We are an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at the heart of our values. We welcome applications from individuals from all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all of our job applicants.
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Closing Date: Sunday, 9th December 2018.
Please note, this advert may close early if the appropriate number of applications has been reached.