Project Manager (IT Applications)
You live for technology.
You create and innovate.
You safeguard our nation.
Here at MI5, we protect the UK from any threats to national security. We're experts at working against everything from terrorism and espionage to cyber threats and weapons of mass destruction. In our world, innovation is boundless and technology is limitless. It means that every day we do extraordinary things, tirelessly working to safeguard our nation.
We work on many unusual technical projects at MI5 - all of which are overseen by Project Managers. As you upgrade our bespoke software solutions, you'll have a huge impact on our investigate business and help us to find and manage intelligence.
You'll have the opportunity to manage a wide variety of projects, leading on next generation digital intelligence platforms. Producing detailed project documentation, you'll outline tasks and objectives - always making sure that you're solving challenges for your customers. You'll motivate those who are in your project teams, and lead everyone to safeguard our nation.
We'll expect you to have a formal qualification in Project Management (such as PRINCE2, or APM), and ideally you'll have professional qualifications and affiliation with a professional body. With a proven track record of successfully leading diverse teams, you'll have experience of using a recognised project management methodology. As a result, you'll be able to deliver our large and challenging projects against tight deadlines.
Forward thinking and resilient, you'll use your own initiative to overcome challenges. And thanks to your excellent interpersonal skills, you foster great working relationships and motivate those you work with.
Find out more and apply via our website.
To apply to MI5 you must be a born or naturalised British citizen, over 18 years old and normally have lived in the UK for nine of the last ten years. You should not discuss your application, other than with your partner or a close family member, providing they are British. They should also be made aware of the importance of discretion.