Opportunity to support the work of the Home Office JSaRC

Please click here to find a letter from the Director General of the OSCT, Tom Hurd and Chairman of RISC, Sir Kevin Tebbit highlighting the opportunities that currently exist for industry representatives to be seconded into the Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) which is based within OSCT in the Home Office.

One of the main priorities is to support the crucial work of JSaRC in its role of helping government and UK security suppliers work more closely together on national security challenges. JSaRC is looking for individuals with background and skills in the following; aviation security, counter drones, crowded places refresh, online harms and CSEA.

This is a unique opportunity to support the UK’s national security agenda, if you’d like to know more you can read the letter or contact JSaRC directly jsarc@homeoffice.gov.uk.

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