The Israeli Mossad, Institute for Intelligence and Special Assignments, has recently launched an official Facebook page for recruiting candidates and publishing recruitment ads for the organization – “the Institute for Intelligence and Special Functions – Careers”.
Until now, access to recruitment awareness was only available on the Mossad’s official website in Hebrew, English, French, Russian, English, Arabic and Persian. “The publication of the posts on Facebook will enable more efficient recruitment, with access to a wider population, in order to recruit the most suitable candidates,” the organization said.
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In recent years, the Mossad has been making great efforts to make its jobs available to the widest possible population.
The Mossad is working hard to find the most creative ways of recruiting, with an effort to reach the target audience and the candidates most suitable for service in the organization.
The Mossad invests and cultivates all its employees with the understanding that nurturing and investing in them will help the institution fulfill its mission of protecting the security of the State of Israel.
Thus, for example, on Independence day the Mossad launch a mysterious riddle, which is part of the recruitment campaign for the technology and cyber division.
The variety of roles for service in the Mossad is diverse and relates to many areas of activity, including special functions, intelligence, technology, cyber, computing, economics, and logistics.
In the recruitment ads of the institution, you can find suitable positions for students, jobs for those interested in serving abroad and jobs for people with disabilities and special needs.