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THE INKERMAN GROUP – LATEST VACANCIES

IRIS - INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH INTELLIGENCE SCHEME - REMOTE TRAINEESHIP PROGRAMME

The Inkerman Group provides independent, apolitical, intelligence-led analytical services – mitigating threats and creating opportunities by monitoring worldwide events for its clients on a worldwide basis. The IRIS scheme offers applicants the opportunity to work in a stimulating environment with highly experienced analysts and to be involved in delivering these services on an ongoing basis throughout the programme.

Working remotely and throughout the world, applicants to the scheme will

  • Gain experience of working alongside experienced intelligence analysts
  • Be able to demonstrate to future employers their proven ability and experience in the field of international relations
  • Genuinely contribute to the delivery of real-live client services on a global basis
  • Benefit from working with industry experts within The Inkerman Group, a company considered to be market-leading in the provision of these services.

This is an exciting and competitive programme to join. If you are interested in applying and want to find out more information, send an e-mail to hr@inkerman.com and we will send you the full programme information.

OPERATIONS

Additional staff are required to join the existing research and operations team at The Inkerman Group, based in the Company’s Operations Centre to assist with the delivery of a range of 24/7 monitoring and support services to clients and business travellers and operational teams throughout the world. Services include the Company’s intelligence, leading-edge travel safe and tracking services globally, as well as other security services which are supported by comprehensive systems and processes, and which form a major part of the remit of this position. The timely and accurate production of travel risk information, security updates, together with providing an initial response to incidents and crisis situations are also key tasks.

These positions are based in the Operations Centre providing first-line services to clients on a global basis. The roles will require candidates to work on a shift / rota basis of 12-hours, including night shifts, working at weekends and on public holidays in order to maintain the 24/7 service required for clients. Applicants should be IT literate and experienced in dealing with people by telephone contact. Previous research and / or operational experience is an advantage, particularly within an operations centre / environment in a front-line support response role delivering similar tasks, although this is not essential as training will be given.

We are looking for individuals who are flexible, have a strong ‘can do’ attitude, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to remain calm under pressure. The roles are challenging, often with demanding and pressurised delivery timelines – the ability to be able to deliver in these types of conditions is important as is the ability to produce written travel alerts to a good standard. The ability to work as part of a team and to be a proactive ‘self-starter’ is also required.

These positions are based at the Company’s Headquarters in Ashford, Kent UK.

Applicants should apply in writing and send a CV to Karen Englishby by e-mail to hr@inkerman.com or by post to The Inkerman Group, 3-4 Elwick Road, Ashford, Kent TN23 1PF; please include details of your current salary package and / or salary expectations.

The closing date for applications is 31 August 2018.

RESEARCHERS

The Inkerman Group is looking for Researchers to join its busy due diligence, investigations and screening teams – these are challenging and responsible roles which, for the right individuals, will provide a great opportunity to develop and grow the roles within the business. These are varied roles covering due diligence, investigations research, pre-employment screening and some general administration – the successful candidate will be fully involved in all aspects of the due diligence workloads and candidate / company research within the business unit and on an international basis.

Excellent research, organisational and administrative skills are essential, together with good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels. The successful candidates will have great client-facing skills, be able to prioritise and cope well with changing priorities, be IT literate, have exceptional attention to detail and a flexible ‘can-do’ approach to getting things done. Whilst previous experience is an advantage (particularly within an investigations or screening / HR environment), it is not essential as training will be given. Candidates will ideally be educated to a minimum of degree standard or equivalent (degrees in Degrees in Criminology, Sociology, Psychology and Theology / Cultural Diversity, International Relations, Politics, Philosophy, Economics are of particular interest) or already have proven experience in a similar work environment. These positions are based at the Company’s Headquarters in Ashford, Kent.

The Inkerman Group is a specialist international business risk, intelligence management and investigation company, providing services for clients to counter or mitigate threats to their organisations throughout the world.   www.inkerman.com.

Applicants should apply in writing and send a CV to Karen Englishby by e-mail to hr@inkerman.com or by post to The Inkerman Group, 3-4 Elwick Road, Ashford, Kent TN23 1PF; please include details of your current salary package and / or salary expectations.

The closing date for applications is 31 August 2018.

INVESTIGATORS

The Inkerman Group is looking for Investigators to join its busy due diligence and investigations department – these are challenging and responsible positions which, for the right individuals, will provide a great opportunity to develop and grow within the business. The roles cover due diligence, possible undercover work, surveillance and investigations plus research – the successful candidates will be fully involved in all aspects of the work covered within the investigations business unit and on an international basis.

Excellent research, organisational and administrative skills are essential, together with good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels. The successful candidates will have great client-facing skills, be able to prioritise and cope well with changing priorities, be IT literate, have exceptional attention to detail and a flexible ‘can-do’ approach to getting things done and i2 skills with an understanding of AI and social media. Candidates will ideally be educated to a minimum of degree standard or equivalent; degrees in Degrees in Criminology, Sociology, Psychology and Theology / Cultural Diversity, International Relations, Politics, Philosophy, Economics are of particular interest including those with proven investigation skills.  An ability in a second language, particularly German, is desirable but not essential. These positions are based at the Company’s Headquarters in Ashford, Kent.

The Inkerman Group is a specialist international business risk, intelligence management and investigation company, providing services for clients to counter or mitigate threats to their organisations throughout the world.   www.inkerman.com.

Applicants should apply in writing and send a CV to Karen Englishby by e-mail to hr@inkerman.com or by post to The Inkerman Group, 3-4 Elwick Road, Ashford, Kent TN23 1PF; please include details of your current salary package and / or salary expectations.

The closing date for applications is 31 August 2018.