Administrator – Intelligence Department

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We are now recruiting for a talented Administrator to work in the Intelligence Department and provide support across our five varied teams in order to facilitate the delivery of key intelligence services to the wider business.

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The key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Working with a second administrator, providing secretarial and administrative support to the 5 Intelligence Department Managers and their teams; Diary management, including liaising with internal and external contacts; Planning and arranging domestic and international travel and accommodation; Raising and managing purchase order requests; Responsibility for maintaining a high standard of records management for the Department including archiving of documents; Covering for other administrators and the HoD’s PA as required; Ad-hoc projects (i.e.

archiving documents and auditing of certain processes) Minimum Professional experience of using the Microsoft office suite
– including MS Outlook, SharePoint, Teams and other programs Strong written communication skills Demonstrable diary management across busy management diaries and competing demands Holds or able to obtain government Security Clearance at a minimum of SC level.

Essential Strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise; Ability to communicate with people at all levels, both internally and externally; Integrity: proven ability to deal with confidential information; Flexibility and a willingness to get things done or assist in the wider work of the department; The ability to work under pressure with a high degree of accuracy and meet tight deadlines; A collegiate and team player with a professional approach to the role; The willingness to exercise your own judgement and initiative.

Desirable An understanding of the FCA’s role and work.

Experience of managing invoices and payments in relation to services procured ensuring prompt payment.

What you’ll get from the role: The opportunity to develop an understanding of a complex and fast paced area of the FCA, gaining insight into the Intelligence function and the teams’ activities, whilst supporting the delivery of a key business area of the organisation.

Access to stretch and developmental opportunities across the department, including covering for other administrators and the HoD PA when necessary, and possible involvement in wider work conducted by the department The opportunity to work with a supportive, collegiate and knowledgeable team, whilst developing your internal and external stakeholder management skills, and exposure to interesting work on financial crime and consumer harm Divisional Information The role sits within the Intelligence Department , which is part of the Enforcement & Market Oversight (EMO) Division.

EMO is responsible for the FCA’s responsibilities for market monitoring, delivery of the functions of the UK Listing Authority (UKLA) and the investigation and prosecution of misconduct, pursuing and remedying misconduct using the whole spectrum of criminal, civil and administrative sanctions and remedies against firms and individuals.

The Division aims to: Be a world leading function, with professional and motivated staff, taking the right cases that have a positive impact on the way financial services work.

Promote the conduct that supports trusted, orderly and efficient primary and secondary markets.


  • Intelligence Department Intelligence activity is an important and a central function to many areas of the FCA and is embedded in many of our processes; with accuracy, timeliness and relevance at the heart of what we deliver

We provide intelligence for both regulatory and criminal work, and cooperate with many partners, both domestic and international.

It is important we provide the highest quality intelligence products; they are shared appropriately (in accordance with GDPR and our FSMA gateways) and with consideration of the wider value within the content.

We are not solely focused on EMO work and operate more broadly across the financial and economic crime landscape internally and externally, including our Authorisation and Supervision colleagues and their responsibilities to regulated firms and individuals across the UK regulated financial services sector.

In supporting the Managers and teams you will be contributing to the efforts of the department in delivering its support to the business.

Other information This role is graded Professional Business Support (PBS B)
– Administrator Applications close on Wednesday 16 June at 23.59
– Please note we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and may close applications earlier than stated.

Applications must be made via the online system, applications made via email will NOT be accepted.

Late applications will also not be accepted.

There is no need to attach a cover letter or answer any questions as part of the application process.

Please, ensure that the CV you submit clearly describes your experience and/or ability to meet the criteria set out above.

For more information contact Julia Coe

  • quoting reference number JR0000192
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