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At Arup, we design and deliver ground breaking icons through our work in infrastructure, building design and specialist technical services. Independent in ownership and spirit, we're a global firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical experts who use our skills to make a positive difference in the world.
Arup's Protective Intelligence specialists have advised on malicious risks to some of the world's leading buildings and infrastructure projects. Our Resilience, Security and Risk practice has consistently been at the forefront of the field since it was formed in the mid-1990s. The practice brings together threat and risk specialists, physical and electronic security engineers, strategic operational security specialists, business continuity practitioners and blast engineers in a unique multi-disciplinary environment, helping our clients manage malicious risk, natural hazards and operational reliability in each aspect of their businesses and operations. Our Protective Intelligence team assess terrorism, civil unrest, crime and other malicious risks in the built environment worldwide. Actionable intelligence on threats has a vital role to play in informing the design of buildings, transport infrastructure, bridges and stadia. We work close with our teams in Blast Resilience and Security Engineering in North America, Australasia, Europe and the Middle East. Our intelligence enables businesses that construct and operate cities to become more resilient in an evolving threat environment.
About the role
Right now we're looking for a Graduate Protective Intelligence Consultant to join our team of bright professionals in our London office. From your first day, you'll join an unrivalled community of experts, where everyone is supported in their career path and encouraged to work towards a professional qualification. You'll help us to deliver effective and professional services for a range of varied and high-profile clients. While you'll have a great deal of responsibility from day one, we'll give you the chance to take on more as you progress and broaden your skills.
Your role will be to collect and analyse open source intelligence on malicious risks. You will structure and analyse relevant intelligence data using Excel or other data manipulation tools. You will deliver written and verbal analysis to our clients and work with them in order to define their security requirements in accordance with their own risk appetite and other business objectives. You will support business development and marketing activities and work closely with our Blast Resilience and Security Engineering teams. You will be expected to contribute to research and report writing, update existing and develop new marketing material in collaboration with others. You will provide support to internal clients where relevant. You will also be involved in pre-conference planning and preparation and may represent Arup at relevant conferences and other external events. You will manage competing priorities and a varied workload. You will be comfortable working under pressure and to tight deadlines. You will demonstrate a high level of intellectual curiosity and interest in crime, terrorism, civil unrest, politics or international relations. You will enjoy solving complex problems. You will be comfortable making judgments about malicious risks based on imperfect information. You will enjoy working with people from a range of professional disciplines. You will be collaborative in your approach but able to work independently.
What are we looking for?
We're looking for graduates with personal drive and technical knowhow. If you can combine these skills with an understanding of (or willingness to learn about) open source intelligence assessments and a desire to deliver excellent services for clients, we'd like to hear from you.
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What we offer:
There are infinite possibilities when you join Arup. You'll receive all the opportunities that come with a challenging, fulfilling career, including:
The deadline for application is 2nd January 2019. Our Graduate Welcome and Skills Week will take place in September 2019. Although we can be flexible on start dates we would hope that the successful candidate will join their peers for this event.
Please note that we are unable to offer Tier 2 visa sponsorship for this role. Therefore you must ensure that you are eligible to work in the UK without our sponsorship in order for your application to be considered.
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