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The Criminal Analyst is responsible for daily, integrated criminal analytic support to the IJM Philippines ILED teams in order to directly enhance investigations and law enforcement development programming. In this role, the Criminal Analyst collects, processes, analyzes, and disseminates actionable information to facilitate specific law enforcement and fieldwork outcomes; identifying links between suspects and their involvement in crimes and criminal activity; identifying key investigative or information gaps; and providing or preparing profiles of known or suspected victims and criminals. The Criminal Analyst is also responsible for providing training and mentoring to host-nation law enforcement partners, along with training and upskilling on open-source intelligence (OSINT) capabilities to the IJM ILED team in the program. Lastly, at the direction of the Director of NILED, the Criminal Analyst will assist with host-nation law enforcement partner management and by maintaining up-to-date intelligence about the crime-type more broadly to assist the NILED team in strategic and tactical decision making.
This position is physically located in Philippines National Office (hybrid-remote work within the Philippines will be considered).
Strategy and Knowledge Development and Implementation
- Delivers training and mentoring of criminal analysis and OSINT tools, techniques, and datasets to host-nation law enforcement partners.
- Delivery of OSINT upskilling to IJM Philippines ILED teams (and other teams as deemed appropriate).
Networking and Partnership
- Develops and maintains strong working relationships with the IJM Philippines National Office, Manila Field Office, and Cebu Field Office.
- Develops and maintains strong working relationships with the IJM Global Fusion Center.
- Develops and maintains partnerships with host-nation law enforcement partners.
- Develops and maintains strong partnerships and relationships with key Philippine Internet Crimes Against Children Center (PICACC) partners: Key PICACC partners and other non-official observing host-nation government agencies and other international law enforcement partners.
- Maintain and develop strong relationships with other host-government and NGO partners.
- Prepares and disseminates professional written reports of operational-level criminal analysis findings to internal and external parties.
- Provides high-quality briefings of operational-level criminal analysis findings to internal and external parties.
Training and Development
- Participates in, and successfully completes, the IJM Criminal Analyst Training Program (CATP) as outlined by the Global Fusion Center.
- Delivers criminal analysis and OSINT training to host-nation law enforcement partners.
- Delivers training and upskilling to IJM Philippines ILED teams.
- Collects, processes, analyzes, and disseminates actionable information that facilitates specific law enforcement and fieldwork outcomes.
- Conducts operational-level criminal analysis and leverages OSINT tools, techniques and datasets in support of IJM and partnered casework.
Documentation, Reporting & Data Management
- Leverages criminal analysis and OSINT tools to collect, process, and analyze actionable information that facilitates specific law enforcement and fieldwork outcomes.
- Professionally and efficiently documents operational-level criminal analysis work via IJM’s Justice Data Solution (JDS) and IJM’s criminal intelligence platform (Kaseware).
- Provide support to investigations as required.
- Serve as a subject matter expert in liaison meetings with host-nation law enforcement partners.
- Provide critical information and support as a subject matter expert to the NILED team.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in criminal investigations, legal research, data analysis, or closely related field within a governmental agency, non-governmental organization (NGO), private sector corporation, or academic institution.
- Minimum of a four-year university degree in criminal justice, legal studies, computer science, information technology, or closely related field.
- Exceptions to these requirements may be considered upon concurrence from the Director, Global Fusion Center and the Director, NILED of IJM Philippines.
- Proficiency in reading, writing and speaking one or more of the languages/dialects spoken in the Philippines.
- Proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.
- Proficiency in conducting open-source investigative research.
- Proficiency in using geospatial mapping applications such as Google Earth or ArcGIS.
- Proficiency in analyzing complex datasets.
- Proficiency in preparing written reports of key findings for a professional audience.
- Proficiency in providing briefings/presentations of key findings for a professional audience.
- High proficiency in computer and technical skills.
- Mature orthodox Christian faith as defined by the Apostles’ Creed;
- Self-starter with strong initiative;
- Disciplined with priorities;
- Strong interpersonal skills and self-awareness;
- Exceptional verbal and written communication;
- Flexible, collaborative and eager to support others;
- Effective team player who fosters collaborative environment; and
- Adept at creative problem solving.
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*What is a statement of faith?
A statement of faith should describe your Christian faith and how you see it as relevant to your involvement with IJM. The statement can either be incorporated into the cover letter or submitted as a separate document and should include, at a minimum, a description of your spiritual disciplines (prayer, study, etc.) and your current fellowship or place of worship.