Mi5 surveillance officer phone interview

 

Emily joined MI5 as a middle manager, having previously worked in the Civil Service. She works across all of MI5's recruitment campaigns, from intelligence officers to mobile surveillance officers, and foreign language analysts to digital intelligence specialists, working with the relevant departments to help them to advertise their roles and assess applicants

Candidates are required to obtain the highest form of security clearance required for government positions: Owing to the sensitive nature of our work we must be satisfied as to the honesty and integrity of our staff. We must also be satisfied that there are no significant vulnerabilities to the people who work here or to the organisation itself. Our members of staff are likely to have access to sensitive information relevant to national security. Candidates are therefore required to obtain the highest form of security clearance required for government positions, developed vetting (DV).

The aim of vetting is to ensure that the character and personal circumstances of an individual are such that he or she can be trusted with sensitive government information or assets. We look at candidates very carefully before making a decision about their suitability to hold DV status. You may be required to discuss participation in university clubs and societies in your vetting interview. Information provided and obtained during the vetting process will be treated in strict confidence and is held separately from recruitment information. For more information, see https://www.mi5.gov.uk/careers/how-to-apply-vetting-process.aspx

Mi5 surveillance officer phone interview

The spy, who goes by the pseudonym Tom Marcus, claims to have narrowly avoided being lured into a trap set by radical Islamists who wanted to kill the intelligence operative.

He describes the incident in a new book, Soldier Spy, in which he gives an account of his life as an agent for Britain’s domestic intelligence agency, MI5.

Marcus worked as a mobile surveillance officer with MI5 from 2005 to 2013 after a career in special operations with the army.

Emily joined MI5 as a middle manager, having previously worked in the Civil Service. She works across all of MI5's recruitment campaigns, from intelligence officers to mobile surveillance officers, and foreign language analysts to digital intelligence specialists, working with the relevant departments to help them to advertise their roles and assess applicants

Candidates are required to obtain the highest form of security clearance required for government positions: Owing to the sensitive nature of our work we must be satisfied as to the honesty and integrity of our staff. We must also be satisfied that there are no significant vulnerabilities to the people who work here or to the organisation itself. Our members of staff are likely to have access to sensitive information relevant to national security. Candidates are therefore required to obtain the highest form of security clearance required for government positions, developed vetting (DV).

The aim of vetting is to ensure that the character and personal circumstances of an individual are such that he or she can be trusted with sensitive government information or assets. We look at candidates very carefully before making a decision about their suitability to hold DV status. You may be required to discuss participation in university clubs and societies in your vetting interview. Information provided and obtained during the vetting process will be treated in strict confidence and is held separately from recruitment information. For more information, see https://www.mi5.gov.uk/careers/how-to-apply-vetting-process.aspx

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