Intelligence

Intelligence

In the RAF, Intelligence personnel play a key role in the protection and collection of vital information. After receiving unique specialist training, you will learn a range of skills allowing you to become part of an elite team, sitting at the heart of the RAF. 

With the opportunity to learn how to use state-of-the-art surveillance systems, interpret foreign language transmissions or even become conversational in new languages. You will be able to unlock your full potential in one of the most exciting careers in the world. 

Joining the Royal Air Force is so much more than just a job – you’ll have opportunities that no other employer can hope to match, from worldwide travel to lifelong friendships. Receive the very best training and get paid to learn whilst performing an important role in the RAF.

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Opportunities (3)

Intelligence Officer As an Intelligence Officer, you will find yourself leading a team of highly motivated, bright and flexible men and women as part of a Royal Air Force unit or within the Joint Forces Command organisation. Your training will ensure that you are equipped to develop a range of products using the latest reporting from a variety of sources including open-source, imagery, signals, human and cyber intelligence.   Very quickly, you will be responsible for collecting, collating and...

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Why you should join the RAF as an Intelligence Analyst A challenging and varied working environment. The opportunity to have a real-time impact on operations. Obtain a higher apprenticeship in Intelligence Operations Access to supported undergraduate and post-graduate degree schemes.   Intelligence is collected from multiple sources, including aerial and satellite imagery and foreign communications, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Analysts are required to collect, collate and evaluate masses of...

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Why you should join the RAF as an Intelligence Analyst (Linguist) •    Get paid to learn new languages (no language experience necessary!) •    Have a real-time impact on military operations •    Access supported undergraduate and post-graduate degree schemes.  As an Intelligence Analyst (Linguist) (Int An (L)) you will find yourself working within a team of highly trained men and women, who have the important responsibility of providing timely intelligence to military forces...

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