Our work is important. All of it.
£21,713 + £2,600 local pay
MI6 is the UK's foreign intelligence service. It ensures that
our Government has the right information to promote and protect our
national interests both home and abroad. We work closely with
government partners and intelligence allies to achieve this goal.
Behind this work you will find our support teams. It's thanks to
their high standards and professionalism that we can concentrate on
the security and prosperity of the UK.
Based in our Headquarters in London, our administrative roles
offer the opportunity to gain a range of experience in different
departments. You could be in our HR department, an accounts team,
manning a helpdesk or providing support for one of our regional
desks. Wherever you start, you can rest assured you will have
plenty of opportunity to develop your administrative skills.
If you have excellent administrative support skills and would
like a change of organisation, or are returning to work after a
break, we can offer you the chance to use your skills in a unique
working environment. Applicants are required to have 5 GCSEs Grade
A-E which must include Maths and English Grades A-C.
Before you apply
MI6 offers an excellent working environment, with great benefits
including 25 days holiday and good pension. However, applying to
join us is a complex process that may take up to six months. We
need to carry out in-depth background and security checks before we
recruit anyone - an extremely important task which can take some
time. Before applying, please make sure that you have checked that
you have the skills and experience required. It's also essential
that you feel strongly about helping to protect your country and
are committed to being discreet about your work.
To apply to MI6 you must be a born or naturalised British
citizen, over 21 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 a close family member,
providing that they are British. They should also be made aware of
the importance of discretion.