Business Enablers - MI5

Salary: £30,817 rising to £33,316 after 1 year
Location: London, Nationwide
Start date: ASAP
Sectors: Legal & Law, Management, Public Sector, Secretarial & Business Admin, Military & Defence,

At MI5, Business Enablers play an essential role in keeping the country safe. As the country faces increased threats to national security, it will be your role to support the intelligence business through corporate facing roles.

To apply, you'll need to have - or be expecting by summer 2018 - a 2:2 degree in any discipline, or have 3 or more years of relevant and permanent work experience. It takes people from a variety of backgrounds to help us tackle the threats that we face and MI5 is committed to reflecting the society we protect, for this reason our Business Enablers come from all walks of life. What they share are strong organisational skills, an eye for detail and the ability to work flexibly. Alongside this you'll be able to build effective relationships with a variety of people and will be a strong communicator.

This is a role for those who are looking for a rewarding career in corporate services, and who want to use their skills to help keep the country safe by providing the vital services that MI5 needs to operate. Our Business Enablers develop a breadth of experience by undertaking corporate roles across a range of business areas. Business Enablers can also go on to specialise in areas such as Finance, HR, Legal or Security. On joining, you would be placed in a corporate post which would typically last for 2-3 years. After that point, you would be able to apply for a range other of corporate vacancies across MI5. This provides an opportunity to move between departments or to specialise in a certain area, based on how you would like to progress your career.

We particularly welcome applications from women and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates.

To find out more and apply, please click the apply button.

To apply to MI5 you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 18 years of age 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 a close family member, providing that they are British. They should also be made aware of the importance of discretion.