What is ASIS?
ASIS is Australia’s overseas secret intelligence collection agency. Our mission is to protect and promote Australia’s interests through the provision of unique foreign intelligence services as directed by Government.
What does an ASIS Intelligence Officer do?
Intelligence Officers plan, develop and manage intelligence operations overseas, often in exciting and challenging environments. To do this, Intelligence Officers draw on their highly refined judgement, situational awareness and inner strength. ASIS Intelligence Officers enjoy connecting with people from other cultures, have an innate sense of curiosity and demonstrate high levels of motivation.
What do you need to be an ASIS Intelligence Officer?
ASIS require Intelligence Officers to hold Australian citizenship, and a full driver’s licence. A Bachelor’s degree is also preferred.
What can ASIS offer you?
- A competitive salary of $66,941 – $89,780 plus superannuation
- Six months initial intensive training
- Ongoing training and personal development opportunities throughout your career, including any language training required by roles
- Overseas postings, with an allowance package
- Flexible working arrangements, assisting you balance your personal and professional lives
- 22 days annual leave per year, plus additional long service, personal and maternity leave benefits as per Australian Public Service standards
- A unique working environment where the work is stimulating and our people matter.
How to apply?
We accept Intelligence Officer applications all year-round through asis.gov.au