Intelligence Analyst
graduate scheme
Expires15 days

Intelligence Analyst

Job description

We’re GCHQ, one of the UK’s intelligence agencies working to keep the nation safe.

We work against unique, complex threats – everything from terror plots and cyber–attacks, to serious organised crime. It means your work will be incredibly interesting, and unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else.

Our Intelligence Analysts have a direct impact on keeping the country safe. Working with bespoke technology, you’ll process a large range of data and make sense of complex information. And after interpreting it, you’ll produce incredibly insightful reports. These reports will go on to shape everything from foreign policy and military operations, to law enforcement and national cyber security.

You’ll spend over three months on a classroom-based development programme, learning about topics such as computer-to-computer and mobile communications. With the close support of a mentor, you’ll then get to grips with all things data, putting your new knowledge and skills to the test against real world problems

So there’s no need to wait. When you come straight out of uni, you’ll get straight into protecting the nation.

What we are looking for

We’re after people with a genuine interest in world affairs, excellent communication skills and the ability to learn quickly. We’ll teach you the rest.

Qualifications

You just need to be a graduate with an interest in technology.

Accepted degree subjects

Any

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 04/03/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment

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Additional job details

LocationCheltenham · Manchester
Salary

£26,743

Working hoursFull-time

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