Role: Open Source Intelligence Analyst


Term: Full-time


Eligibility: Right to work in the UK is required for this role


About the role:


We are looking for an Analyst to work in our Open Source Intelligence team. The role will involve collecting, collating and analysing publicly available information online as well as drafting analytical reports. You will be responsible for conducting online investigations for a variety of our clients including IGOs, the public and private sector.


Requirements:

  • 2+ Years of OSINT and SOCMINT experience
  • Investigative mindset, excellent problem solving and conceptual thinking capabilities
  • Excellent writing skills and the ability to analyse and describe complex findings
  • Knowledge and experience of working within the Deep and Dark Web
  • Experience using well known OSINT and social media analysis tools and ability to describe advantages and disadvantages of each when conducting different types of analysis
  • Ability to find open source information from a wide range of mainstream and niche social media sites
  • Drafting original analysis for clients in the public and private sector

The following skills would be advantageous but are not essential:

  • Basic coding awareness (R, python, SQL etc)
  • Demonstrated knowledge around terrorist/violent extremist use of technology and the Internet
  • French, Russian, Arabic or Chinese language skills (working proficiency)
  • Relevant work experience (academia, government/military, risk consultancy, etc)
  • Experience of planning and conducting social media archiving and data management at scale
  • Experience in working with developers to help them automate basic collection, collation and analysis activities

Benefits:

  • £28k-£32k Salary (Dependent on skills and experience)
  • A training/development budget is available. All staff are encouraged to undertake professional development
  • Flexible working hours (start between 0700 and 1000 hours)
  • Work from home scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Monthly socials (go karting, bowling, wine tasting, etc.)
  • Monthly professional development events (public speaking, OSINT, etc.)

How to apply