Operator Military Intelligence - Intelligence Corps

Job Description

*The British Army are always recruiting, so you can begin right now!*

As an Intelligence Operative you'll gather and analyse information that helps senior commanders make important decisions. You'll work in variety of roles and settings, from headquarters units to government departments, becoming a subject-matter expert in a country or an enemy threat. You could write reports that inform commanders and politicians, patrol with the Infantry to learn about the local situation, or brief a commanding officer in the UK about a cyber attack. It's a varied and fascinating role with masses of opportunity for development. The Intelligence Corps is responsible for information gathering and intelligence analysis. Modern military operations are dependent on the provision of highly accurate and timely intelligence. To provide this, our analysts are embedded in all parts of the Military to ensure that the Army's operations are successful. Although we are one of the smallest parts of the Army, our analysts have a monumental impact on decision making, straight out of training. Many opportunities exist within Military Intelligence, for example deploying with the infantry providing intelligence support as part of a crisis response team in the Caribbean.

Key Responsibilities

  • Become an expert in an area of military intelligence
  • Get the opportunity to specialise throughout your career
  • Use your analysis and assessment to influence high-level decision-making
  • Work in a high-security environment
  • Gain valuable qualifications, including university degrees
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