How many mathematical roles involve you with counter-terrorist activities, or in trying to out-think the most devious of hackers? And how many will see you working with some of Europe’s most powerful computing technology – or the most powerful thinkers in your discipline?
Working with GCHQ is far from ordinary – but then, ‘ordinary’ isn’t what you’re looking for.
One of the UK’s three intelligence agencies – along with MI5 and MI6 – GCHQ is in the front line of the fight against international terrorism and crime. Our strong community of mathematicians is critical to this work, supporting our intelligence community in several ways:
- Solving (and creating) some of the world’s most challenging cryptographic problems
- Undertaking advanced mathematical research
- Analysing signals, encryption systems and communications networks
- Designing, analysing and implementing algorithms
Our support and development programmes are exceptional and include the opportunity for IMA accreditation.
To join us, you must be a British citizen with a good first degree (minimum) in mathematics, statistics, computing or physics.
For more details and to apply, visit our website by clicking on Apply Now.