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For people who do the intelligence officer graduate scheme with MI5, the initial salary is £30k, but does anyone know how high your salary could get in theory and after how many years? Thanks!
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For people who do the intelligence officer graduate scheme with MI5, the initial salary is £30k, but does anyone know how high your salary could get in theory and after how many years? Thanks!
Can't really say its secret!!!!!!
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I believe you can expect 50-60k once you get towards a more senior analyst role. As for how long? That probably depends on how good you are.
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For people who do the intelligence officer graduate scheme with MI5, the initial salary is £30k, but does anyone know how high your salary could get in theory and after how many years? Thanks!
Not sure if you're still after an answer, but I emailed the government recruitment office asking about this. The email address was on MI5's website. Fair to say they weren't giving much away other than reiterating that starting salary is £31k rising to £34k after first year for MI5's Graduate Programme. Not sure how they expect to recuit people without telling them about possible career progression beyond the programme!!
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Not sure if you're still after an answer, but I emailed the government recruitment office asking about this. The email address was on MI5's website. Fair to say they weren't giving much away other than reiterating that starting salary is £31k rising to £34k after first year for MI5's Graduate Programme. Not sure how they expect to recuit people without telling them about possible career progression beyond the programme!!
A 10% increase after the first year bodes well for overall progression. Armed Forces officers have an almost identical initial salary and increase, so maybe having a look at their overall payscale give some perspective - both being public sector and in vaguely the same type of work would give a reasonable indication as to what earnings could be like.
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A 10% increase after the first year bodes well for overall progression. Armed Forces officers have an almost identical initial salary and increase, so maybe having a look at their overall payscale give some perspective - both being public sector and in vaguely the same type of work would give a reasonable indication as to what earnings could be like.
Yes you're right, generally public sector jobs follow similar pay scales. I would imagine MI5 is similar to the Civil Service Fast Stream to graduates (initial salary is around £27-33k, rising to around £45-50k in 3 or 4 years). Would make sense considering MI5 has exact same pension scheme as Civil Service too. Only trouble is, once you're in MI5 I can't imagine it'd be very easy to leave considering you'd know substancial amounts of classified info and you're all trained up - so MI5 could pay whatever they liked if people are stuck with them.
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Not sure how they expect to recuit people without telling them about possible career progression beyond the programme!!
If you're good enough, you'd know ..
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