Working as an Intelligence Officer is a unique job that is challenging and exciting - it's a role not just anyone can do. As an Intelligence Officer, you'll gather intelligence overseas with the potential to help protect and promote Australia's national interests and security.
You'll have an innate sense of curiosity, enjoy connecting with people from different cultures, and know what it takes to strive for results. You'll be put in situations that draw on your judgement, intellect and inner strengths like no other type of job.
Make sure you include basic biographical information like personal, contact and citizenship details. You may be required to upload a recent photo of yourself and your resume.
Include information relating to a current partner and any previous significant relationships in your life.
Make sure you include all information related to your secondary or tertiary education. Details of your employment history are required.
Make sure you include information about extra- curricular activities, for example. volunteer work, sporting achievements, awards at university. Foreign experience includes all overseas travel, for example, holidays, study, working holidays, live/work for extended periods, deployments. You should also include details of a fluency in a foreign language.
You need to address the selection criteria associated with the advertised position. You need to provide responses against specific questions while considering the competencies for the position.
Review all sections of your application form and make sure you have accurately completed each section before submitting the application.
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