London or Cheltenham
Salary: £40,842– £68,631 depending on role and location
Full time up to 37 hours depending on location
The UK’s intelligence community.
It’s yours to audit.
At MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, we work together to keep the UK safe. We work closely as partners in the intelligence community to safeguard Britain’s people, interests and businesses from various threats including cyber-attacks, espionage, terrorism, and organised crime. When you join, you’ll help support our missions by delivering value and insight across all three agencies and enjoy some incredibly impactful audit work.
We’re now looking for an Internal Auditor, Senior Internal Auditor and a Deputy Head of Internal Audit. All the roles work across the intelligence community. Whether you’re leading the team or developing your skills, you’ll deliver internal audit assurance and advisory work across a wide range of topics. And because of the nature of what we do, you’ll assess things you’ve never imagined. From reviewing capabilities essential to our mission, through to looking at the legal frameworks underpinning our work, you’ll cover exciting operational and corporate areas. Taking pride in delivering high quality and impactful services, you’ll continuously look for ways to innovate and improve our way of working.
Depending on the role, we’ll look for a different level of experience. But there are some skills that are valuable across the department. You’ll need to hold (or be working towards) a relevant qualification, be comfortable working at pace and enjoy working collaboratively. Plus, you’ll be able to intMI5ct with a range of people, including stakeholders, customers, and your team.
In return, you’ll join a welcoming and supportive workplace where we’ll help you fulfil your potential. We offer comprehensive training and development opportunities, as well as a flexible working policy to ensure a healthy work-life balance. Where possible, we also accommodate reduced hours or job share options.
We are proud to have achieved Leader status within the DWP’s Disability Confident scheme. This is aimed at encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people. Being Disability Confident, we aim to ensure that a fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants that meet the minimum criteria for this position will be offered an interview where practicable; this is known as ‘Offer of an Interview’. To secure an interview for this vacancy, the minimum criteria (in order of application process) are:
At MI5, MI6 and GCHQ diversity and inclusion are critical to our mission. To protect the UK, we need a truly diverse workforce that reflects the society we serve. This includes diversity in every sense of the word: those with different backgrounds, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, ways of thinking and those with disabilities or neurodiverse conditions. We therefore welcome and encourage applications from everyone, including those from groups that are under-represented in our workforce.
To apply for this exciting career move, visit our website.
To be eligible to apply, you must be a British Citizen. One of your parents must be a British Citizen or must have one of the nationalities or citizenships from one of the following: British Overseas?Territory, British?Subject, British National (Overseas), British Overseas Citizen, British?Protected?Person, citizenship of a country in the Commonwealth, citizenship of a country in the European Economic Area (EEA), or citizenship of the United States of America (USA). If deceased,?they should?have had such citizenship or nationality before death. If you hold dual nationality, of which one component is British, you will nonetheless be considered. If successful, you will not normally be required to give up your non-British citizenship but, as a condition of your employment or secondment, MI5, MI6 and GCHQ may impose restrictions on your postings, work travel and/or general use of that nationality. Candidates must normally have been resident in the UK for seven out of the last ten years. This is particularly important if you were born outside the UK. Each case will be carefully considered on its own facts. 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 of the UK will impact on our ability to progress your application. Further information on our eligibility criteria can be found on the Applying section.?