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Apply your flair for solving unexpected problems.

The online threats that the UK faces every day are many and varied. For you it means the chance to tackle interesting and varied projects to help keep our country secure, and to explore your passion for new technologies.

You’ll use and develop your skills to advance the tools, techniques and tradecrafts required to establish a world class cyber and information systems capability; including the ability to defend and counter-attack in cyberspace, exploit our vast military data, develop Artificial Intelligence algorithms and communicate information where and when we want.

Degree disciplines we’re looking for: Physics, Maths, Aeronautical/Astronautics Engineering, Electronic or Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Systems Architecture, Communications Engineering, Information Science, Information Technology, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Psychology and Social Science, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Data Fusion, Signal Processing.

We offer exciting career opportunities, and flexible working options alongside a range of benefits.

Interested in CYBER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS DIVISION?

Case Study

See the world from 500km above

Our graduates have been working on PHAROS, a novel approach to space-borne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR). Measuring 80 x 80 x 100cm, it provides 1cm resolution imagery to ground or air receivers.

This multi-static SAR ensures that ‘no photon is left behind’. Conventional SAR relies on energy reflecting from a target back to the sensor. However, most of the radar energy is scattered by the target away from the source of illumination. This is an effect that ‘stealthy’ targets rely on. With PHAROS, a series of ‘multi-static’ receivers are located away from the source of illumination. These are combined to provide finer image quality, better detection of low-observable targets, and covert observation that is invulnerable to jamming. On top of all that, being radar, it’s all-weather, and operational day or night.