UK spy chiefs are looking to recruit skilled IT professionals in the ongoing battle against terrorism and other threats.
Applicants with IT and networking skills can expect a move to the spy base General Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) to be worth as much as £43,000.
GCHQ said its role in producing intelligence and keeping government communication and information systems safe from exploitation places it "at the leading edge of technology".
In its advertisement for candidates with four years' IT experience to work in its Communications Electronics Security Group, GCHQ claims: "Our facilities include one of Europe's most powerful computing environments.
"We're involved in the development of multi-terabyte databases and have a total network bandwidth to rival any leading multinational."
Seeking to enhance current systems and guard against the threat from hackers, GCHQ is looking for IT staff in areas including software and networking, and specialists in security.
Once chosen, candidates will have to clear vetting procedures, which can take up to four months.
GCHQ's IT systems have been in the spotlight recently, after its move to new 'doughnut' headquarters failed to take the IT infrastructure into account. As a result costs rocketed from £41m to £308m.
Candidates have until 17 September to submit applications.
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