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Make changes that matter.
At MI5 we protect the UK from threats to national security. We work against everything from terrorism and espionage, to cyber threats and sabotage. As a Lean Analyst, you’ll put changes in place to improve our effectiveness, enabling staff across the whole of MI5 more time to focus on what matters most - keeping the country safe.
You’ll make an impact across the whole organisation, empowering and encouraging everyone to adopt smarter ways of working. Excellent communication skills are key. With your Lean experience, you’ll quickly understand the problems being faced and create highly effective solutions. By instilling trust and support from those around you, and translating your ideas for different audiences, you’ll ensure people of all levels understand, and champion, the benefits of Lean thinking.
Our culture is built on sharing knowledge, and a big part of this role is being a mentor and coach to the business and your peers. You’ll constantly engage with others, empowering them to make positive changes by leading Lean projects. You’ll also understand the importance of continuous improvement within the team and staying up-to-date on the latest Lean techniques. You’ll need to balance competing priorities, meet tight deadlines, and always see the bigger picture.
We’re looking for logical thinkers who bring a can-do attitude, great attention to detail, and adaptability. You’ve got to be flexible and responsive in our ever-evolving world. It’s also crucial to have office-based Lean and business change experience, and strong analytical skills. In return you’ll receive professional development and training for qualifications as part of a structured career path. You’ll be surrounded by like-minded, supportive people every day.
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To apply to MI5 you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 18 years old and normally have lived in the UK for nine of the last ten years. You should not discuss your application, other than with your partner or close family member.