Does the sound of working in a dynamic and interesting environment while making a real contribution to the security of New Zealand appeal to you?
This role contributes to setting and implementing intelligence security policies and procedures, including the active and accurate management of briefing records, the certification of that information to partner agencies to facilitate visits, and the provision of advice to ensure that GCSB’s classified information is protected. The work is fast-paced, and we’re looking for someone who’s energetic, flexible, pays attention to detail and enjoys working in a team environment.
The ideal candidate will have:
As well as interesting work we offer a range of benefits including professional development, free health insurance, on-site gym and fitness facilities and a great work life balance with you never having to take work home.
We support diversity in the workplace and believe it is our first line of defence. We encourage all parts of the community to consider a career with us.
A position description can be found on our website
How to apply
For further information about the GCSB and details of how to apply visit www.gcsb.govt.nz. Please note that all applications must include an application form.
To be eligible for employment within the NZIC you must have been a NZ citizen for at least 10 years. Alternatively you must hold NZ Permanent Residence or hold a current NZ Residency Class Visa and have been a citizen of UK, USA, Canada or Australia for at least 10 years.
You must be able to obtain and maintain a high level security clearance. Ordinarily to obtain this level of clearance candidates must have a 15 year checkable background in countries where meaningful and reliable checks can be undertaken. Where requisite checks are unable to be made, the candidate application may not be able to be progressed.
Applications close 13 November 2018
The NZIC treats all applications for employment in the strictest confidence and we ask that you maintain a similar level of confidentiality. You are expected to exercise discretion during the recruitment process and throughout your career.