Internal Auditor - Technology
It’s yours to audit.
At MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, we all work towards the same goal – keeping the country safe. It means we do some incredibly important work, safeguarding the UK against cyber-attacks, terrorism and organised crime. So don’t just think of financial controls. When joining Internal Audit and Consultancy, you’ll assess everything from covert surveillance and agent running, to emerging technologies and cyber threats.
As a Technology Auditor, you’ll deliver a huge variety of internal audit assurance to MI5, MI6 and GCHQ. You’ll support a range of business areas - everything from operations and technology, to corporate and shared services. It means you’ll deal with some incredibly interesting topics that are unique to the UK intelligence community. To get to grips with these areas and quickly evaluate them, you’ll liaise with staff across all three agencies. Plus, you’ll confidently work to deadlines and set budgets, and sometimes as part of a wider team.
To join, you’ll need to have a background of internal audit and risk management. Tech will become your area of specialism, so you’ll ideally have experience of technology auditing, along with knowledge of platforms, product sets and audit testing methodologies. You’ll also be comfortable performing internal audits while dealing with ambiguity. And with a proactive and positive mindset, you’ll deliver difficult messages sensitively, improve internal methods and influence change. Plus, as a keen learner with a passion to protect the UK, you’ll have a hugely positive impact across all three agencies.
So join us, and the UK’s entire intelligence community is yours to audit.
The UK Intelligence Agencies are Equal Opportunities employers, committed to reflecting the society we protect. Our recruitment process is fair, transparent and based on merit. We particularly welcome applications from diverse and under-represented groups.
To apply for this exciting career move, visit our website.
To be eligible to apply, you must meet our residency criteria. You must be a born or a naturalised British Citizen and one of your parents must be a British Citizen or have substantial ties to the UK. Candidates must normally have been resident in the UK for nine out of the last ten years. This is particularly important if you were born outside of the UK. You will nonetheless be considered if you have, for example, served overseas with HM Forces or in some other official capacity as a representative of Her Majesty’s Government, studied abroad, or lived overseas with your parents. You can apply at the age of 17 years and 6 months. If successful, you will not be offered a start date prior to your 18th birthday. Discretion is vital. You should not discuss your application, other than with your partner or a close family member. Please note, you should only launch your application from within the UK. If you are based overseas, you should wait until you visit the UK to launch an application. Applying from outside the UK will impact on our ability to progress your application. Further information on our eligibility criteria can be found on the How to Apply section.