Technical Intelligence Operative

Intelligence Corps

Analyse, interpret and translate to make a difference.

“My job involves listening to intercepted enemy communications and providing analysts with relevant information."

You'll specialise in intercepting and analysing communications, working with complex, state-of-the-art computers and equipment. You'll probably learn to speak a foreign language to a high level, with the option to specialise in an area like communications or cyber warfare. You don't need a technical background and you don't have to speak any foreign languages already to apply - you'll be paid to learn on the job. You'll normally be employed in the UK, in a range of locations and environments, with some overseas deployments.

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