Behaviour Change Specialist – £49,269 depending on experience and qualifications
Full or part-time, flexible, job shares or compressed hours are considered
A behavioural science career at SIS offers a fantastic opportunity to apply specialist knowledge and skills in a unique area with a growing evidence base. With the team well-integrated across the organisation, and engaged in a variety of tasks, you’ll be guaranteed a highly stimulating role that makes a real difference to our country’s security.
In this role, you’ll use multiple channels of communication to synthesise state-of-the-art knowledge on the applied psychology of group behaviour change and social influence (including online and digital modalities). Much of your time will be spent refining our methodology, developing evidence-based training and producing detailed protocols for your colleagues. You’ll apply group behaviour change techniques in support of our security and mission objectives, as well as take part in research projects, develop services and collaborate with internal and external partners.
A behavioural scientist with a strong background, your skills could have been drawn from a variety of contexts. For instance, you might have specialised in applying psychologically-informed behaviour change techniques to issues of personal security, or the way that an individual or a team functions. Equally, you might have a track record in applying population-level behavioural change based on scientific theory. What’s more, your skills could have been developed in a variety of contexts, from healthcare, domestic or foreign policy, to counter-extremism or military information operations.
Whatever your background, you’ll be making an impact where it really counts. And, in addition to an attractive package, you’ll be working in a structured environment that offers extensive support and encourages professional development and peer review.
To find out more, please contact www.sis.gov.uk
To apply to MI6, you must be a born or naturalized British citizen, over 21 years old and normally have been based in the UK for six of the last ten years. You should not discuss your application with anyone other than your partner or a close family member providing that they are British. They should also be made aware of the importance of discretion.
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