The Defence Intelligence and Security Group (I&S Group) is always on the lookout for world-class staff in order to meet the challenges faced by a diverse and constantly changing environment in ensuring Australia's national security. The job we do is important, extremely rewarding, and often involves things you cannot do in any other work environment. A career in I&S Group will create a range of opportunities for you to work in unique and rewarding roles which contribute to Defence's mission of defending Australia and its national interests.
For current vacancies, see Defence Intelligence and Security Group Vacancies.
DIGO is the lead geospatial and imagery intelligence and geospatial information and services organisation in Defence. Its purpose is to provide intelligence from imagery and other sources in support of the Australia Defence Force and Australia's national interests, and to manage Defence’s needs for geospatial information and services.
DIO is the all-source intelligence assessment agency that provides services and advice at the national level. Its mandate is to support Defence and government decision-making and assist with the planning and conduct of Australian Defence Force operations.
The Defence Security Authority supports Defence to protect its business from unacceptable security risks. We provide protective security leadership, develop Defence security policy and assist business units in its application, monitor Defence security performance, investigate major security incidents and conduct all security vetting for Defence.
DSD is the national agency responsible for the collection, analysis and distribution of foreign signals intelligence and is the national authority on communications and computer security. Cyber operations is a critical and expanding element of DSD’s dual mission.
The I&S Group Executive directly supports the Deputy Secretary Intelligence and Security and the rest of I&S Group across a range of administrative functions such as procurement and contract management, human resource management, finance and accounting, and strategic policy and guidance.
The Woomera Prohibited Area (WPA) Coordination Office is a joint Australian Government—South Australian Government office established to administer non-Defence use of the WPA.