MI5 are looking for new people to join the organisation and the roles are within driving distance of Liverpool.
The intelligence agency is recruiting for vetting officers at their base in Manchester and you don't have to have any experience to apply.
MI5, MI6 and GCHQ help to protect the UK from threats to our national security at home and abroad, from terrorism and espionage, to cyber threats and sabotage.
Vetting Officers work across all three agencies, to deliver high quality vetting decisions and recommendations on members of staff or potential recruits.
The role based in Manchester offers an impressive salary of £36,729.
The job advert said: "In this role you’ll hear the good, the bad and everything in between. It’s about having insightful, confidential conversations, to build a fuller picture of who the person is.
"Essentially, you’ll be helping to keep the country safe by thoroughly vetting our people, and identifying anything about them that could pose a risk to national security.
"Although you’ll join MI5 you will be based at the headquarters of which ever agency you state as your preferred location, but you may need to travel to other parts of the UK."
The job advert continues: "We’re looking for people who are self-motivated and resilient and able to manage their own workload and ensure tight deadlines are met.
"You’ll engage with confidence with staff at every level of seniority, and candidates and their referees from all backgrounds.
"Empathetic yet assertive, you’ll build rapport and have an innate sense for the truth.
"You’ll know when it’s right to dig a little deeper, with the ability to spot inaccuracies or inconsistencies.
"Your on the on-the-spot judgement and decision-making skills will be crucial. But, no matter what you hear, you’ll remain professional and unbiased.
"Your objective analysis will be built on the evidence and a careful consideration of the risks that are presented.
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"Ultimately, once all the information has been collated you’ll summarise your analysis and recommend whether someone is suitable to hold vetting clearance.
"You’ll be a great listener and a natural people person, with the ability to handle delicate matters sensitively – always acting with the utmost levels of honesty and integrity.
"Organised and logical, yet intuitive and curious, able to naturally absorb and record a lot of detail whilst asking questions.
"Plus you’ll enjoy writing as you’ll be bringing together information in case reports that are detailed, clear and concise."
You can apply for the role here.
If you are successful you will be put through a two year training programme which will help you develop the skills, knowledge and experience required to work independently.
The programme will consist of intelligence agency familiarisation, formal training, on the job learning, project related work and working with an experienced Vetting Officer who will mentor and support you throughout the programme.