|Listed on:||30th May|
|Salary Notes:||£33,350 rising to £36,053 after 1 year|
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See yourself in data
At MI5, we protect the UK from all sorts of threats - from terrorism through to cyber attacks. To do that successfully, we rely on data to shape our operations. If you think you know what sort of person works in data, think again. On our Intelligence and Data Analyst Development Programme (I&DADP), you'll see you don't need to be a data expert to help protect the UK - just yourself.
There's no ‘type' of person who works in data. As long as you're naturally curious, determined, and have a genuine passion for it, you'll learn everything you need on the programme. You'll have the ability to spot things others don't and communicate your ideas with the team. Inquisitive and keen to learn, you'll work with our experts and make valuable contributions that impact real investigations.
The programme begins with a 3-month training period, where you'll discover more about the organisation and our processes. Then, over the course of 5 years, you'll be posted into 3 different data analyst roles right at the heart of MI5. You'll develop your technical skills and work with tools that can't be found anywhere else. And, you'll share your own unique insights and perspectives - they're what'll help us make those vital connections.
Throughout the programme, you'll be part of a supportive team who'll value what you can bring. Ours is an inclusive culture where we can cater to a range of reasonable adjustments and where you'll be encouraged to simply be yourself. Whether you're working alongside Intelligence Officers or joining one of a growing range of affinity and social groups, you'll be made to feel welcome at MI5. You'll get all the advice and support you need to build a fantastic career - and discover your own potential in the process.
To join, you don't need to be a coding or programming expert, but you'll have some experience analysing data and be keen to develop your abilities further with our support and training. You'll have (or be expecting) a 2:2 degree in any subject, or relevant work experience, is also required.
To find out more and apply, please visit our website by clicking APPLY NOW.